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Windows 7: gpu? nvidia drivers? please help!!!!

17 Apr 2010   #21
riclx

 
 

already done that yaksipper....
bios, chipset... its al updated...


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17 Apr 2010   #22
riclx

 
 

its all updated...
bios... chipset... diferent suggestions?
thx
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18 Apr 2010   #23
Jonathan_King

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

YakSipper is no longer on these forums.

Try a repair install.
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21 Apr 2010   #24
riclx

 
 

hi all
i desinstalled everything i had related of nvidia...
and installed the driver nvidia 186.34 and the crashes seem to have stoped.
but now in device manager, i have a conflit with coprocesor, i thjink its related with the mobo graphics board, and its solved by installing the chipset driver from my mobo.
but if i instaled the driver, the crashes happens again...
how do i solve this?
does it make any diference that i have this conflit?
thanks
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21 Apr 2010   #25
DarkDavil

7 x64/ Back-Track 4
 
 
This will help!

Okay , im not so sure as to all of the motherboard/all your own custom settings that you have.
But when uninstalling your Nvidia Display Driver:
Boot into Safe Mode
1. Start orb(Windows Key)
2. In Search, type msconfig
3. If prompted, hit Yes on the UAC
4. Go to the 'Boot' tab
5. Check off the 'Safe Mode' with networking tab.
6. Then apply, and okay, and everything like such.

In Safe mode -->
1. Right click on the Computer icon on the desktop or on the start menu.
2. Select properties.
3. In the next window select Device Manager.
4. On the Device Manager Window click on the (+) sign next to Display Adapters.
5. Double click on the Graphics Card Option.
6. On the Graphics Properties Page, select driver and click on Uninstall to uninstall the Graphics Drivers.

After uninstalling the older drivers, please visit the link given below to download and run the driver cleaner utility on your Computer.

Click Me! (Remove only NVIDIA display driver using this utility, and the PhysX)

Download and install the most up-to-date drivers.(In Safe Mode)
Also restart when prompted.

-DD
P.S. Si necesita mas ayuda, puesto de nuevo y todos le ayudara con su prolema.
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21 Apr 2010   #26
squall leonhart

Windows 7
 
 

Quote:
6. On the Graphics Properties Page, select driver and click on Uninstall to uninstall the Graphics Drivers.
Stop right there.

Do not uninstall nvidia drivers in this way, else you will not be able to install new drivers. Make use of the nvidia uninstall utility in programs and features. There is registry data left over which renders the nvidia installer and manual install useless as the inf does not register the entire uninstall information.

Secondly.
Quote:
Download and install the most up-to-date drivers.(In Safe Mode)
Also restart when prompted.
No, do not do this either. Components of nvidia's driver will fail to install under Safe mode in XP, and the control panel may be missing in Vista if installed this way.

There is positively no reason to use safe mode (let alone driver cleaner) on vista and windows 7 as the folders that matter are untouchable by the app anyway (cannot remove files from c:\windows\system32\driverstore\filerepository). Making use of the proper uninstallation tool should be good enough, though it may be required to make use of the Take ownership reg patch and search and remove the nv_disp folders from c:\windows\system32\driverstore\filerepository, so the system does not automatically install an older driver.
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22 Apr 2010   #27
riclx

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkDavil View Post
Okay , im not so sure as to all of the motherboard/all your own custom settings that you have.
But when uninstalling your Nvidia Display Driver:
Boot into Safe Mode
1. Start orb(Windows Key)
2. In Search, type msconfig
3. If prompted, hit Yes on the UAC
4. Go to the 'Boot' tab
5. Check off the 'Safe Mode' with networking tab.
6. Then apply, and okay, and everything like such.

In Safe mode -->
1. Right click on the Computer icon on the desktop or on the start menu.
2. Select properties.
3. In the next window select Device Manager.
4. On the Device Manager Window click on the (+) sign next to Display Adapters.
5. Double click on the Graphics Card Option.
6. On the Graphics Properties Page, select driver and click on Uninstall to uninstall the Graphics Drivers.

After uninstalling the older drivers, please visit the link given below to download and run the driver cleaner utility on your Computer.

Click Me! (Remove only NVIDIA display driver using this utility, and the PhysX)

Download and install the most up-to-date drivers.(In Safe Mode)
Also restart when prompted.

-DD
P.S. Si necesita mas ayuda, puesto de nuevo y todos le ayudara con su prolema.

already done this before... doesnt solve the problem...
any more suggestions?
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22 Apr 2010   #28
riclx

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by squall leonhart View Post
Quote:
6. On the Graphics Properties Page, select driver and click on Uninstall to uninstall the Graphics Drivers.
Stop right there.

Do not uninstall nvidia drivers in this way, else you will not be able to install new drivers. Make use of the nvidia uninstall utility in programs and features. There is registry data left over which renders the nvidia installer and manual install useless as the inf does not register the entire uninstall information.

Secondly.
Quote:
Download and install the most up-to-date drivers.(In Safe Mode)
Also restart when prompted.
No, do not do this either. Components of nvidia's driver will fail to install under Safe mode in XP, and the control panel may be missing in Vista if installed this way.

There is positively no reason to use safe mode (let alone driver cleaner) on vista and windows 7 as the folders that matter are untouchable by the app anyway (cannot remove files from c:\windows\system32\driverstore\filerepository). Making use of the proper uninstallation tool should be good enough, though it may be required to make use of the Take ownership reg patch and search and remove the nv_disp folders from c:\windows\system32\driverstore\filerepository, so the system does not automatically install an older driver.
thanks, usefull insight on unistalling...
any suggestion for this ?
"i desinstalled everything i had related of nvidia...
and installed the driver nvidia 186.34 and the crashes seem to have stoped.
but now in device manager, i have a conflit with coprocesor, i thjink its related with the mobo graphics board, and its solved by installing the chipset driver from my mobo.
but if i instaled the driver, the crashes happens again...
how do i solve this?
does it make any diference that i have this conflit?
thanks "
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22 Apr 2010   #29
squall leonhart

Windows 7
 
 

What brand mainboard do you have.

If you like i could take a look using TeamViewer, it'd probably be faster to get the device info that way.
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22 Apr 2010   #30
riclx

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by squall leonhart View Post
What brand mainboard do you have.

If you like i could take a look using TeamViewer, it'd probably be faster to get the device info that way.
hi leonhart
its a asus m3n78-vm
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
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