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Old 05-01-2013, 10:34 PM   #1
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I bought a pc a month ago, and yesterday the "Display driver Nvidia Windows Kernel Mode driver has stopped responding and has successfully recovered" popped up twice,
The screen goes black for 3 seconds and then i get the message.
I have a CPU 3.2 GHZ I3-3210, VGA Palit GF210 1GB. How can i solve this issue? Should i get it back to the shop i bought it? Thanks

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Product Name Geforce 210
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Old 05-02-2013, 12:35 AM   #2
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I wanna add that it happened to me again 5 min ago, so i uninstalled Nvidea graphic driver and i restarted the computer, and it got auto-installed again.

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Try updating to the latest driver first if it's not already.
If it still does it use the warrranty that's what it's for.
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He was updated b4 this happened, there's a time that i unistalled PhysX and installed an older one for a game, then i re-installed the new one again.
I opened the case of my pc and found a fan that is not plugged into anyhting, is it an extra fan or should it be plugged?
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The fan may not be needed, from the plug it looks like it plugs directly to the power supply and would run full speed all the time, usually that make them very noisy.
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After Uninstalling and re-installing Nvidea graphic driver, the problem didn't happen again till this day. Thanks for helping.
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Are you doing the same thing each time it happens or does it happen randomly using different programs?
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It happened randomly, while surfing the net. I didn't update it this time.
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Time to use the warranty, it may be a problem with the video card.
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Shouldn't i wait till it happens again?
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I would at least make them aware there is an issue.
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Old 05-18-2013, 12:12 PM   #12
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I am currently having the same problem as OP.

I have tried (nearly) everything but swapping back to my old graphics card. I've rolled back to the driver included on disk, I've rolled back to earlier drivers available on NVidia's website, and I've run driver cleaner pro a few dozen times in between every step of installation.

The card I have is a GTX 650 ti Boost. The drivers work fine when I'm in games, but like the OP said, they stop responding and freeze up while surfing the web.

Is there a driver related fix, or is this a hardware problem and I should get my card replaced (Its still within warranty).

Thanks for any future advice :)
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If you have had any BSOD'd follow the instructions here> Follow the instructions here> http://www.techsupportforum.com/foru...ta-452654.html
Lets see if the BSOD dump file(s) can tell us whats going on.

And please start a new thread of your own listing your complete specs, it keeps anyone helping you as well as all op's from becoming confused and supplying incorrect info.

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