BSOD last update of windows(fall creators)
Maybe you're not going to see this, but if you see after the last big update from Windows my geforce 6150se nforce 430 started to give BSOD driver version is 309.xx and i've try to downgrade but didn't work BSOD:PAGE_FAULT_IN_NON_PAGED_AREA nvlddmkm.sys
Maybe you're not going to see this, but if you see after the last big update from Windows my geforce 6150se nforce 430 started to give BSOD
driver version is 309.xx and i've try to downgrade but didn't work
BSOD:PAGE_FAULT_IN_NON_PAGED_AREA
nvlddmkm.sys

#1
Posted 12/07/2017 07:02 PM   
that gpu and that chipset are not windows 10 compatible in any way shape or form. go back to 8.1, or even better 7.
that gpu and that chipset are not windows 10 compatible in any way shape or form. go back to 8.1, or even better 7.



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#2
Posted 12/08/2017 12:49 AM   
[quote="Sora"]that gpu and that chipset are not windows 10 compatible in any way shape or form. go back to 8.1, or even better 7.[/quote] 100% This
Sora said:that gpu and that chipset are not windows 10 compatible in any way shape or form. go back to 8.1, or even better 7.

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#3
Posted 12/08/2017 06:57 AM   
but in 1703(creators update) work fine, after this update crashed :( but ok thanks for helping or try.
but in 1703(creators update) work fine, after this update crashed :( but ok thanks for helping or try.

#4
Posted 12/08/2017 10:58 PM   
I'm in the same boat. I setup old (Windows 7) pcs for Seniors for web browsing and email. Have a few NVIDIA 6150se nforce 430 that were perfectly stable on 1703. Came in to do maintenance and upgrade to 1709 and all of them now BSOD at random times. Lots of people reporting it's the NVIDIA 6150se nforce 430. Backed out the upgrade and unfortunately these are all Windows 10 Home versions with no built in way to keep 1709 from re-installing. Had to use the Windows 10 Hide Update tool.. not sure how long that will last. All PCs are running 1703 with no BSOD now. I guess we should write Microsoft and tell them not to auto-upate 1709 on to PCs with 6150se nforce 430. I know they don't auto update on know hardware that isn't compatible.
I'm in the same boat. I setup old (Windows 7) pcs for Seniors for web browsing and email.

Have a few NVIDIA 6150se nforce 430 that were perfectly stable on 1703.

Came in to do maintenance and upgrade to 1709 and all of them now BSOD at random times. Lots of people reporting it's the NVIDIA 6150se nforce 430.

Backed out the upgrade and unfortunately these are all Windows 10 Home versions with no built in way to keep 1709 from re-installing.

Had to use the Windows 10 Hide Update tool.. not sure how long that will last.

All PCs are running 1703 with no BSOD now.

I guess we should write Microsoft and tell them not to auto-upate 1709 on to PCs with 6150se nforce 430. I know they don't auto update on know hardware that isn't compatible.

#5
Posted 12/27/2017 03:54 PM   
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