Display driver stopped working: GTX560 Ti
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I am having this problem for few Weeks now. Using this card for over six months now, never had a problem. I still don't think its hardware related. Initially thought it was a driver related problem, thus updated driver, but problem remains.
Now I'll say what the problem is :D. Well sometimes my Monitor turns off for few second and then comes back on with this error message in Task bar.
As advised elsewhere I cleared the registry and sweeped drivers with driver sweeper and reinstalled them, but that didn't help either.
I am attaching a picture of the problem.

[URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/37/nvidiabug.jpg/][IMG]http://img37.imageshack.us/img37/6018/nvidiabug.jpg[/IMG][/URL]

Thanks in advance.

My PC specs in short:
i7 950, Sabertooth X58, Asus GTX560 Ti, TX650, Dell 22", the latest official driver 285.62.
I am having this problem for few Weeks now. Using this card for over six months now, never had a problem. I still don't think its hardware related. Initially thought it was a driver related problem, thus updated driver, but problem remains.

Now I'll say what the problem is :D. Well sometimes my Monitor turns off for few second and then comes back on with this error message in Task bar.

As advised elsewhere I cleared the registry and sweeped drivers with driver sweeper and reinstalled them, but that didn't help either.

I am attaching a picture of the problem.



Image



Thanks in advance.



My PC specs in short:

i7 950, Sabertooth X58, Asus GTX560 Ti, TX650, Dell 22", the latest official driver 285.62.

PC- i7 950 â—˜ Sabertooth X58 â—˜ Asus GTX560 Ti â—˜ TX650 â—˜ CM 690II Plus â—˜ G9+G15

Mob- GT-I9100 + SE GV435

#1
Posted 11/22/2011 08:50 PM   
[quote name='ithehappy' date='22 November 2011 - 01:50 PM' timestamp='1321995021' post='1331150']
I am having this problem for few Weeks now. Using this card for over six months now, never had a problem. I still don't think its hardware related. Initially thought it was a driver related problem, thus updated driver, but problem remains.
Now I'll say what the problem is :D. Well sometimes my Monitor turns off for few second and then comes back on with this error message in Task bar.
As advised elsewhere I cleared the registry and sweeped drivers with driver sweeper and reinstalled them, but that didn't help either.
I am attaching a picture of the problem.

[URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/37/nvidiabug.jpg/][IMG]http://img37.imageshack.us/img37/6018/nvidiabug.jpg[/IMG][/URL]

Thanks in advance.

My PC specs in short:
i7 950, Sabertooth X58, Asus GTX560 Ti, TX650, Dell 22", the latest official driver 285.62.
[/quote]
[quote name='ithehappy' date='22 November 2011 - 01:50 PM' timestamp='1321995021' post='1331150']

I am having this problem for few Weeks now. Using this card for over six months now, never had a problem. I still don't think its hardware related. Initially thought it was a driver related problem, thus updated driver, but problem remains.

Now I'll say what the problem is :D. Well sometimes my Monitor turns off for few second and then comes back on with this error message in Task bar.

As advised elsewhere I cleared the registry and sweeped drivers with driver sweeper and reinstalled them, but that didn't help either.

I am attaching a picture of the problem.



Image



Thanks in advance.



My PC specs in short:

i7 950, Sabertooth X58, Asus GTX560 Ti, TX650, Dell 22", the latest official driver 285.62.

#2
Posted 11/22/2011 09:22 PM   
I'm having the same problem with mine too. Just started about last weekend or so. I've even reset the card to factory specs. and still happens. Has to be either with the motherboard BIOS settings or Windows Settings, or a recent Windows update.

So does anyone have an answer?

Thanks,

Ron K.
I'm having the same problem with mine too. Just started about last weekend or so. I've even reset the card to factory specs. and still happens. Has to be either with the motherboard BIOS settings or Windows Settings, or a recent Windows update.



So does anyone have an answer?



Thanks,



Ron K.

#3
Posted 11/22/2011 09:24 PM   
Wait a sec...I see that yours occurred while you were downloading. Mine has happened during those times too, but it seems to occur when doing more than one thing at a time. Got to be Windows setting. I have Windows 9 Ultimate 64bit.

Ron K.
Wait a sec...I see that yours occurred while you were downloading. Mine has happened during those times too, but it seems to occur when doing more than one thing at a time. Got to be Windows setting. I have Windows 9 Ultimate 64bit.



Ron K.

#4
Posted 11/22/2011 09:26 PM   
My guess is that it is hardware related when a system works fine for a long period of time and suddenly starts to display errors that remain after extensive troubleshooting. If you have a factory overclocked graphics card, you may want to consider dropping the clock speeds to the NVIDIA reference clock speeds.
My guess is that it is hardware related when a system works fine for a long period of time and suddenly starts to display errors that remain after extensive troubleshooting. If you have a factory overclocked graphics card, you may want to consider dropping the clock speeds to the NVIDIA reference clock speeds.

Please send me a PM if I fail to keep up on replying in any specific thread or leave a driver feedback: Driver Feedback

#5
Posted 11/22/2011 10:52 PM   
[quote name='Ronbo1013' date='23 November 2011 - 02:56 AM' timestamp='1321997209' post='1331174']
Wait a sec...I see that yours occurred while you were downloading. Mine has happened during those times too, but it seems to occur when doing more than one thing at a time. Got to be Windows setting. I have Windows 9 Ultimate 64bit.

Ron K.
[/quote]
Nope, it's not work specific, mine happened without any downloads as well. It happens when it wants to :)
I've done that trick said in the other post and hope it will solve mine, you could try it too.
[quote name='ManuelG' date='23 November 2011 - 04:22 AM' timestamp='1322002356' post='1331207']
My guess is that it is hardware related when a system works fine for a long period of time and suddenly starts to display errors that remain after extensive troubleshooting. If you have a factory overclocked graphics card, you may want to consider dropping the clock speeds to the NVIDIA reference clock speeds.
[/quote]
Nah. I don't think it is hardware problem, it is not related with hardware I believe.

PS- I mean this one,
[QUOTE]Right-click on Computer, go to Properties
Device Manager
Expand "Display Adapters", double-click your vidcard
Go over to the Details tab
The menu that can switch between which details to show, change it to "Hardware IDs"
TAKE NOTE OF THE "VEN_####" AND "SUBSYS_########", do NOT close the window
Expand "System devices"
There should be at least one "High Definition Audio Controller"
Find the one with the same "VEN_####" and "SUBSYS_######" as your video card
DISABLE (Not uninstall!) it
Reboot
[/QUOTE]
[quote name='Ronbo1013' date='23 November 2011 - 02:56 AM' timestamp='1321997209' post='1331174']

Wait a sec...I see that yours occurred while you were downloading. Mine has happened during those times too, but it seems to occur when doing more than one thing at a time. Got to be Windows setting. I have Windows 9 Ultimate 64bit.



Ron K.



Nope, it's not work specific, mine happened without any downloads as well. It happens when it wants to :)

I've done that trick said in the other post and hope it will solve mine, you could try it too.

[quote name='ManuelG' date='23 November 2011 - 04:22 AM' timestamp='1322002356' post='1331207']

My guess is that it is hardware related when a system works fine for a long period of time and suddenly starts to display errors that remain after extensive troubleshooting. If you have a factory overclocked graphics card, you may want to consider dropping the clock speeds to the NVIDIA reference clock speeds.



Nah. I don't think it is hardware problem, it is not related with hardware I believe.



PS- I mean this one,

[QUOTE]Right-click on Computer, go to Properties

Device Manager

Expand "Display Adapters", double-click your vidcard

Go over to the Details tab

The menu that can switch between which details to show, change it to "Hardware IDs"

TAKE NOTE OF THE "VEN_####" AND "SUBSYS_########", do NOT close the window

Expand "System devices"

There should be at least one "High Definition Audio Controller"

Find the one with the same "VEN_####" and "SUBSYS_######" as your video card

DISABLE (Not uninstall!) it

Reboot

[/QUOTE]

PC- i7 950 â—˜ Sabertooth X58 â—˜ Asus GTX560 Ti â—˜ TX650 â—˜ CM 690II Plus â—˜ G9+G15

Mob- GT-I9100 + SE GV435

#6
Posted 11/23/2011 07:04 PM   
I'm actually having the same problem as well, same card, an EVGA FPB one if that matters. I'm currently using v285.62 on Win7-64b with an i5/Z68/DDR3-1333 rig. This happens just randomly, either light browsing on Firefox or playing a game, approximately 2-3 times a week I'd say. The screen gooes black for a couple seconds, then turns back on, and I get the same notification as the OP. Anyone have a solution? Thanks.
I'm actually having the same problem as well, same card, an EVGA FPB one if that matters. I'm currently using v285.62 on Win7-64b with an i5/Z68/DDR3-1333 rig. This happens just randomly, either light browsing on Firefox or playing a game, approximately 2-3 times a week I'd say. The screen gooes black for a couple seconds, then turns back on, and I get the same notification as the OP. Anyone have a solution? Thanks.

#7
Posted 11/23/2011 11:08 PM   
[quote name='timoseewho' date='24 November 2011 - 04:38 AM' timestamp='1322089708' post='1331884']
I'm actually having the same problem as well, same card, an EVGA FPB one if that matters. I'm currently using v285.62 on Win7-64b with an i5/Z68/DDR3-1333 rig. This happens just randomly, either light browsing on Firefox or playing a game, approximately 2-3 times a week I'd say. The screen gooes black for a couple seconds, then turns back on, and I get the same notification as the OP. Anyone have a solution? Thanks.
[/quote]
Read the post above yours?
[quote name='timoseewho' date='24 November 2011 - 04:38 AM' timestamp='1322089708' post='1331884']

I'm actually having the same problem as well, same card, an EVGA FPB one if that matters. I'm currently using v285.62 on Win7-64b with an i5/Z68/DDR3-1333 rig. This happens just randomly, either light browsing on Firefox or playing a game, approximately 2-3 times a week I'd say. The screen gooes black for a couple seconds, then turns back on, and I get the same notification as the OP. Anyone have a solution? Thanks.



Read the post above yours?

PC- i7 950 â—˜ Sabertooth X58 â—˜ Asus GTX560 Ti â—˜ TX650 â—˜ CM 690II Plus â—˜ G9+G15

Mob- GT-I9100 + SE GV435

#8
Posted 11/24/2011 08:16 AM   
[quote name='ithehappy' date='24 November 2011 - 03:16 AM' timestamp='1322122588' post='1332050']
Read the post above yours?
[/quote]
Derp, I'll give it a shot, just to be 100% clear, the whole part about disabling the [i]High Definition Audio Controller[/i] with the same VEN/SUBSYS as my card in the [i]Hardware Ids[/i], are those the steps to underclock my factory overclocked cards? I just wanted to make sure you were referring to the same things in your post. Thanks.
[quote name='ithehappy' date='24 November 2011 - 03:16 AM' timestamp='1322122588' post='1332050']

Read the post above yours?



Derp, I'll give it a shot, just to be 100% clear, the whole part about disabling the High Definition Audio Controller with the same VEN/SUBSYS as my card in the Hardware Ids, are those the steps to underclock my factory overclocked cards? I just wanted to make sure you were referring to the same things in your post. Thanks.

#9
Posted 11/24/2011 02:22 PM   
[quote name='timoseewho' date='24 November 2011 - 07:52 PM' timestamp='1322144539' post='1332146']
Derp, I'll give it a shot, just to be 100% clear, the whole part about disabling the [i]High Definition Audio Controller[/i] with the same VEN/SUBSYS as my card in the [i]Hardware Ids[/i], are those the steps to underclock my factory overclocked cards? I just wanted to make sure you were referring to the same things in your post. Thanks.
[/quote]
I don't think it has anything to with Underclocking the card. I checked with GPU-Z and there was not underclocking whatsoever.
Anyway, almost playing and doing stuffs for more than six hours after applying that method, no problem so far, I hope it won't come again. Please do the same and post your feedback here.

Regards.
[quote name='timoseewho' date='24 November 2011 - 07:52 PM' timestamp='1322144539' post='1332146']

Derp, I'll give it a shot, just to be 100% clear, the whole part about disabling the High Definition Audio Controller with the same VEN/SUBSYS as my card in the Hardware Ids, are those the steps to underclock my factory overclocked cards? I just wanted to make sure you were referring to the same things in your post. Thanks.



I don't think it has anything to with Underclocking the card. I checked with GPU-Z and there was not underclocking whatsoever.

Anyway, almost playing and doing stuffs for more than six hours after applying that method, no problem so far, I hope it won't come again. Please do the same and post your feedback here.



Regards.

PC- i7 950 â—˜ Sabertooth X58 â—˜ Asus GTX560 Ti â—˜ TX650 â—˜ CM 690II Plus â—˜ G9+G15

Mob- GT-I9100 + SE GV435

#10
Posted 11/24/2011 08:08 PM   
Same problem here... I got this error a few times, only occurs when i'm surfing the net...
Same problem here... I got this error a few times, only occurs when i'm surfing the net...

AMD Phenom II X2 555BE (unlocked X4 B55)

Scythe Ninja 3 + 2x 12cm Scythe PWM fans

ASRock 880GMH/USB3 R2.0

2x4Gb Kingston HyperX XMP 1600Mhz DDR3

Inno3D GTX 560 Ti HerculeZ iChill - 280.26

500 Gb Seagate + 1Tb Samsung F3

Creative X-Fi + Logitech Z2300 2.1 200W

AeroCool VS-9W + 5x 12cm CoolerMaster fans

Corsair CMPSU-TX750M 750W SemiModular 62A

LED BenQ GL2750HM 27" FullHD HDMI

#11
Posted 11/25/2011 12:34 AM   
[quote name='stefanels' date='25 November 2011 - 06:04 AM' timestamp='1322181254' post='1332406']
Same problem here... I got this error a few times, only occurs when i'm surfing the net...
[/quote]
Read Post#6 and do that, post your feedback here later.
[quote name='stefanels' date='25 November 2011 - 06:04 AM' timestamp='1322181254' post='1332406']

Same problem here... I got this error a few times, only occurs when i'm surfing the net...



Read Post#6 and do that, post your feedback here later.

PC- i7 950 â—˜ Sabertooth X58 â—˜ Asus GTX560 Ti â—˜ TX650 â—˜ CM 690II Plus â—˜ G9+G15

Mob- GT-I9100 + SE GV435

#12
Posted 11/25/2011 08:14 AM   
[quote name='ithehappy' date='25 November 2011 - 10:14 AM' timestamp='1322208858' post='1332519']
Read Post#6 and do that, post your feedback here later.
[/quote]

I did that and nothing BAD happened so far... Feedback later... THANKS
[quote name='ithehappy' date='25 November 2011 - 10:14 AM' timestamp='1322208858' post='1332519']

Read Post#6 and do that, post your feedback here later.





I did that and nothing BAD happened so far... Feedback later... THANKS

AMD Phenom II X2 555BE (unlocked X4 B55)

Scythe Ninja 3 + 2x 12cm Scythe PWM fans

ASRock 880GMH/USB3 R2.0

2x4Gb Kingston HyperX XMP 1600Mhz DDR3

Inno3D GTX 560 Ti HerculeZ iChill - 280.26

500 Gb Seagate + 1Tb Samsung F3

Creative X-Fi + Logitech Z2300 2.1 200W

AeroCool VS-9W + 5x 12cm CoolerMaster fans

Corsair CMPSU-TX750M 750W SemiModular 62A

LED BenQ GL2750HM 27" FullHD HDMI

#13
Posted 11/25/2011 08:23 AM   
[quote name='stefanels' date='25 November 2011 - 01:53 PM' timestamp='1322209415' post='1332524']
I did that and nothing BAD happened so far... Feedback later... THANKS
[/quote]
Thanks for the response. Yes, same here, the problem is not there so far......
[quote name='stefanels' date='25 November 2011 - 01:53 PM' timestamp='1322209415' post='1332524']

I did that and nothing BAD happened so far... Feedback later... THANKS



Thanks for the response. Yes, same here, the problem is not there so far......

PC- i7 950 â—˜ Sabertooth X58 â—˜ Asus GTX560 Ti â—˜ TX650 â—˜ CM 690II Plus â—˜ G9+G15

Mob- GT-I9100 + SE GV435

#14
Posted 11/25/2011 08:46 AM   
I also have this problem, with any game I'm loading. I have GTX 560 Ti (Bought the new PC a month and half ago).
I tried to use v275.33 with only drivers and physx installed.
Then I tried 285.32 Beta.
Then I tried with 285.62 with disabling "High Definition Audio Driver".

I also tried to put all Graphics settings to low, and changing the resolution to 800x600. (I'm playing "NFS: The Run" at Ultra + resolution at 1680x1050)

All those and no result. Just different points where it crashes. Playing NFS: The Run, the maximum time I played it with no crash was for 3 minutes...
Sometimes it's just crashes with no error, just stop at one point and make a sound of "Drdrdrdrdrdrdrrdrdrdr"...
I believe it's a driver error, because my friend gave me Battlefield 3, with version 275.33 it worked better than with 285.62, but still crashed (just it took it much longer), at 285.62 it crashed after a minute or so.

I hope nVidia could fix it with a new version. I'm really mad right now, I bought a new PC, but it works very bad. (NFS: Hot Pursuit (year: 2010) works fine, it has no crashes)

EDIT:
I also tried version 285.79 beta, no difference.
So... I can't play new games?
I also have this problem, with any game I'm loading. I have GTX 560 Ti (Bought the new PC a month and half ago).

I tried to use v275.33 with only drivers and physx installed.

Then I tried 285.32 Beta.

Then I tried with 285.62 with disabling "High Definition Audio Driver".



I also tried to put all Graphics settings to low, and changing the resolution to 800x600. (I'm playing "NFS: The Run" at Ultra + resolution at 1680x1050)



All those and no result. Just different points where it crashes. Playing NFS: The Run, the maximum time I played it with no crash was for 3 minutes...

Sometimes it's just crashes with no error, just stop at one point and make a sound of "Drdrdrdrdrdrdrrdrdrdr"...

I believe it's a driver error, because my friend gave me Battlefield 3, with version 275.33 it worked better than with 285.62, but still crashed (just it took it much longer), at 285.62 it crashed after a minute or so.



I hope nVidia could fix it with a new version. I'm really mad right now, I bought a new PC, but it works very bad. (NFS: Hot Pursuit (year: 2010) works fine, it has no crashes)



EDIT:

I also tried version 285.79 beta, no difference.

So... I can't play new games?

My PC:

Intel i7 2600K

Z68X-UD3H-B3

GTX 560 Ti

PSU Corsair 850W

8GB Memory

Windows 7 64-bit

#15
Posted 11/25/2011 11:32 AM   
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