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Try this steps: Handling "nvlddmkm.sys" Crash |
  • Part One
    • Go to in the NVIDIA folder>> C:NVIDIA
    • Find a file named "nvlddmkm.sy_" >> "C:NVIDIA DisplayDriver" Number of the driver version (eg 186.81) 'InternationalDisplaynvlddmkm.sy_
      • It may well be on the path differs depending on each computer.
    • copy the file to the root of C>> C:nvlddmkm.sy_
  • Part Two
    • Go to the system folder where the drivers are stored>> C: WindowsSystem32 Drivers
    • Once in this folder, locate the file defective "nvlddmkm.sys" and rename it "nvlddmkm.sys.old"
  • Part Three
    • Open the MS-DOS command prompt>> windows key + R> type "cmd"
    • Once the command prompt open, type the following commands:
      • 1) "cd" and type enter (you are the root of the drive => C:)
      • 2) "expand.exe nvlddmkm.sy_ nvlddmkm.sys" and then press Enter
    • "This command allows you to unzip the file" nvlddmkm.sy_ "that you placed at the root of C: and create the new" nvlddmkm.sys ".
    • Go get it>> C:nvlddmkm.sys
    • And put it in the folder>> C:WindowsSystem32drivers
    • Simply restart your PC.
Please note you need to run command prompt by right clicking it and selecting Run as administrator.
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