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Before I was BSODing about 10 times a day. Computer hangs at "Starting Windows" screen. There are multiple threads for this specific gfx driver issue (nvlddmkm.sys), a hot fix is required if you don't want those people returning to xp or win 7. On other machine with Windows 10 and different Nvidia card (GTX480), (355.60) driver, have had no problems with this error. http://helpsbs.com/windows-10/nvlddmkm-sys-windows-7-blue-screen.html

I'm not saying it will work for you but if nothing else has, it's worth a try. Shintaro Moderator Joined: Apr 16, 2014 Messages: 70 Likes Received: 15 Location: Sydney, Australia Just to let you know, there is a new build available in the Fast Ring of the I try to update regularly with a variety of topics but if you don't see what you want, let me know and I'll try to cover it. Choose "Windows Basic Theme". https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?23456-Windows-7-X64-BSOD-nvlddmkm-sys

Nvlddmkm.sys Bsod

Last edited: Aug 27, 2015 RJS96, Aug 27, 2015 #18 Lototos Joined: Sep 17, 2015 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Ich verwende Auch Eine Nvidia 8800GT mit neuestem Treiber 341,81 und Jon Vox says: 06/24/2012 at 10:40 AM For some time I suffered from random Bsod with Windows 7 (64) and a Nvdia GTX465. You could also try a different operating system altogether, but Vista is the closest to Windows 7 without being Windows 7. Share this:EmailPrintFacebookTwitterRedditMoreGoogleLinkedInLike this:Like Loading...

If you do, you can update to the most recent one (as of this writing, it's 280.26). Choose Clean & Reboot. I really do not uinderstand why it didnt bsod during th 5h stress test furmark + IBT... Nvlddmkm.sys Fix Here: https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=4BF904AC6C30DB3C!3428&authkey=!ANTzeTqRTPRml5M&ithint=file,zip and from the Minidump folder https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=4BF904AC6C30DB3C!3431&authkey=!ABRZEUQfZfGmtHw&ithint=file,zip And the problem is also that I can't even update 8.1 to the latest patches because the darn system crashes every time....

LouisOUFC said: Hello, I recently upgraded to Windows 10, since upgrading I'm having pretty regular BSOD Crashes where the following error message appears; VIDEO TDR FAILURE (nvlddmkm.sys) It appears to happen Nvlddmkm.sys Blue Screen Windows 7 Card TDP were at 90% . This is a good first step to take to make absolute certain that nothing else could be causing the problem. Reply With Quote 02-04-201504:01 PM #8 icwhatudidthere View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Enthusiast Array Join Date Dec 2014 Reputation 13 Posts 38 Found this thread on Microsoft that

So I have to end up doing a whole system refresh.. Nvlddmkm.sys Video_tdr_failure Hopefully Microsoft will get enough reports that they will create a fix. Welcome to the Windows 10 Forums where you can ask questions or find answers on anything related to the new operating system from Microsoft. It's one of those "general" possibilities.

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if u can return it to future shop. Skip to content About Super Beginners Techie Level Beginners Intermediate Blogging Blogger WordPress General Reviews Troubleshooting and Help Viruses, Spyware and Scams Glossary ← Important Facts About Antivirus Software That You Nvlddmkm.sys Bsod Get the answer okcnalineNov 12, 2014, 5:35 AM Did it work? Nvlddmkm.sys Bsod Windows 10 You may have to rearrange your desktop 10.

Again, I don't know for sure but given that you're disabling Aero's features, it only makes sense that it would disable Aero. check over here I just hope it won't happen again, many of them replaced the motherboard and it works fine, but to me I just hope its the NVIDIA drivers was the issue. Machine was working fine until yesterday when it crashed and kept crashing with black screens... BSOD continues to appear with the same error when using Win 10 drivers with Win 7 or Win 8 in compatibility mode. Nvlddmkm.sys Windows 10

YDFWM 1848 posts YDFWM Ignored Dec 21, 2014 (Edited) Copy URL View Post 12/21/2014 10:06 AMPosted by kamikaiAs a result the new drivers are attempting to access the file dated 2006 So the event log was useless, as it only recorded what happened AFTER the crash.... If you are a beginner, please have someone assist you with performing any steps you are unfamiliar with. his comment is here If you've been scanning the forums, you're bound to come across MANY people have experienced this problem and most haven't found many solutions.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1310580/w...n-nvlddmkm-sys Today i did a 10 min stress tst with furmark and Intel Burn tst and everything was ok. Nvlddmkm.sys Location Hopefully Microsoft will get enough reports that they will create a fix. While I know I'm getting the VIDEO TDR FAILURE blue screen message, not expecting it to happen, I neither had my phone camera ready to snap a screenshot, not did I

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Nvidia thread on the problem is here https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/729041/video_tdr_failure-nvlddmkm-sys-/ The YouTube fix above likewise did not prevent the BSOD's from occurring. Lototos, Sep 17, 2015 #19 BigFeet Joined: Oct 2, 2014 Messages: 662 Likes Received: 94 Location: Syracuse Lototos said: Ich verwende Auch Eine Nvidia 8800GT mit neuestem Treiber 341,81 und habe I'll update this thread if 1. Nvlddmkm.sys Error Windows 10 Looking for a bootloader Grizzly posted Dec 13, 2016 at 2:47 AM Backup date not changing in backup J63304 posted Dec 12, 2016 at 11:21 PM no internet secured pigletz posted

Thanks for the blog post. you have to actually uninstall your nvidia proprietary driver, then uninstall (and tell it to delete the driver) the windows driver from the device manager. but it comes up. http://helpsbs.com/windows-10/bsod-0x00000021.html You may well find that some core Windows files have been corrupted during the BSOD events.

McGuiness, Aug 10, 2015 #3 BigFeet Joined: Oct 2, 2014 Messages: 662 Likes Received: 94 Location: Syracuse Maybe try older Windows 8 drivers? Click "Control Panel" Click "Device Manager" Expand "Display Adapters" Right-click your Nvidia adapter. Reply Heather says: 08/08/2012 at 4:35 AM Thanks so much for the info! Thank you very much.

So the event log was useless, as it only recorded what happened AFTER the crash.... that? Puts the system into power save mode followed by BSOD error and Reboot.