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pls help..nvlddmkm display driver stopped 8600M GS


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hi all!

i have a problem with my Benq S41 with 8600M GS running vista x86 sp1 and 174.53 driver.

when i tried to run NFSPS, the screen goes blank for 5 second and back to normal again then vista reported that 'display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding'

sometimes BSOD with malfunction hardware message..

anyone know for the solution?

thanx

sorry for my bad english.

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hi all!

i have a problem with my Benq S41 with 8600M GS running vista x86 sp1 and 174.53 driver.

when i tried to run NFSPS, the screen goes blank for 5 second and back to normal again then vista reported that 'display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding'

sometimes BSOD with malfunction hardware message..

anyone know for the solution?

thanx

sorry for my bad english.

Try the following in order, 1: install Driver Cleaner Pro this is available at Guru 3D, 2: remove your old driver, 3: restart your computer in safe mode and run the Driver cleaner. 4: install the new drivers ( 174.53 is a driver that was for 9 series G-Force cards try the Benq recomended driver ) if you want to try a newer driver 174.74 may work. Moble drivers are different than desk top drivers so the manufaftures say.

Good Luck

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i have tried all your step above,but same problem occur again..

is my vga overheated?

my vga run at default clock 500/700

any other suggestion?

plS

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i have tried all your step above,but same problem occur again..

is my vga overheated?

my vga run at default clock 500/700

any other suggestion?

plS

Check to see if your fan is running and the heatsink is free of dirt

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Hi abay. I had the same problem as you.

Please, follow these links-

http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=518749

^ this thread helped me solve the issue. Talk to JenBell about your problem. Read this post

http://rapidshare.com/files/67066628/Knigh...Summon.pdf.html

^ this PDF file are instructions, with pictures for solving this problem.

Old nvlddmkm.sys files on your system may be fighting with new nvlddmkm.sys

Please post results if fix works.

What programs are you trying to use?

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Hi abay. I had the same problem as you.

Please, follow these links-

http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=518749

^ this thread helped me solve the issue. Talk to JenBell about your problem. Read this post

http://rapidshare.com/files/67066628/Knigh...Summon.pdf.html

^ this PDF file are instructions, with pictures for solving this problem.

Old nvlddmkm.sys files on your system may be fighting with new nvlddmkm.sys

Please post results if fix works.

What programs are you trying to use?

@AEngland

ok, i'll try your solution above..

working in progress................

i'll post the result...

thanx

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@AEngland

none of your solution can resolved my problem..

but when i buy this laptop and playing game with vista,my laptop has no problem with that error message..

is this error cause of overheating gpu?

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anyone know ,what causes my lappie become get an error message 'display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding' when i play game?

or because GPU overheated or my system become instability?

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