Display driver crash
I don't seem to get this all the time but when i do it happens multiple times. I'll keep getting the message that my display driver has stopped working properly and recovered. most times it will just happen once or twice if I have had the computer on for awhile but other times it will just keep crashing and recovering. I have updated drivers i've even done a fresh install of os and wiped hd and reinstall all the drivers and it still happens.

I have the Geforce 560 TI twin frozr MSI series card. I also have 8gigs of ram, Amd Athlon II x4 Processor 3.00 GHz. I'm running out of options on what may be causing the problems as everything is new. prolly less then 3months.
I don't seem to get this all the time but when i do it happens multiple times. I'll keep getting the message that my display driver has stopped working properly and recovered. most times it will just happen once or twice if I have had the computer on for awhile but other times it will just keep crashing and recovering. I have updated drivers i've even done a fresh install of os and wiped hd and reinstall all the drivers and it still happens.



I have the Geforce 560 TI twin frozr MSI series card. I also have 8gigs of ram, Amd Athlon II x4 Processor 3.00 GHz. I'm running out of options on what may be causing the problems as everything is new. prolly less then 3months.

#1
Posted 02/03/2012 02:50 AM   
[quote name='Mogani' date='02 February 2012 - 06:50 PM' timestamp='1328237415' post='1364461']
I don't seem to get this all the time but when i do it happens multiple times. I'll keep getting the message that my display driver has stopped working properly and recovered. most times it will just happen once or twice if I have had the computer on for awhile but other times it will just keep crashing and recovering. I have updated drivers i've even done a fresh install of os and wiped hd and reinstall all the drivers and it still happens.

I have the Geforce 560 TI twin frozr MSI series card. I also have 8gigs of ram, Amd Athlon II x4 Processor 3.00 GHz. I'm running out of options on what may be causing the problems as everything is new. prolly less then 3months.
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if you read the nvidia driver forum section you will see that you are not alone.
it is common. some have the issue some don't. i don't anymore as i use a older driver from nvidia that seems to not have the TDR's. what your driver is doing is called TDR stands for time out detection and recovery. every time it happens you should re-install the driver as i found out when you do it seems to take longer before it tdr's again
[quote name='Mogani' date='02 February 2012 - 06:50 PM' timestamp='1328237415' post='1364461']

I don't seem to get this all the time but when i do it happens multiple times. I'll keep getting the message that my display driver has stopped working properly and recovered. most times it will just happen once or twice if I have had the computer on for awhile but other times it will just keep crashing and recovering. I have updated drivers i've even done a fresh install of os and wiped hd and reinstall all the drivers and it still happens.



I have the Geforce 560 TI twin frozr MSI series card. I also have 8gigs of ram, Amd Athlon II x4 Processor 3.00 GHz. I'm running out of options on what may be causing the problems as everything is new. prolly less then 3months.



if you read the nvidia driver forum section you will see that you are not alone.

it is common. some have the issue some don't. i don't anymore as i use a older driver from nvidia that seems to not have the TDR's. what your driver is doing is called TDR stands for time out detection and recovery. every time it happens you should re-install the driver as i found out when you do it seems to take longer before it tdr's again

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#2
Posted 02/03/2012 03:21 AM   
[quote name='JLH' date='02 February 2012 - 09:21 PM' timestamp='1328239275' post='1364463']
if you read the nvidia driver forum section you will see that you are not alone.
it is common. some have the issue some don't. i don't anymore as i use a older driver from nvidia that seems to not have the TDR's. what your driver is doing is called TDR stands for time out detection and recovery. every time it happens you should re-install the driver as i found out when you do it seems to take longer before it tdr's again
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wow that seems annoying.. hopefully that gets solved with the 290 drivers.
[quote name='JLH' date='02 February 2012 - 09:21 PM' timestamp='1328239275' post='1364463']

if you read the nvidia driver forum section you will see that you are not alone.

it is common. some have the issue some don't. i don't anymore as i use a older driver from nvidia that seems to not have the TDR's. what your driver is doing is called TDR stands for time out detection and recovery. every time it happens you should re-install the driver as i found out when you do it seems to take longer before it tdr's again







wow that seems annoying.. hopefully that gets solved with the 290 drivers.

#3
Posted 02/03/2012 03:24 AM   
[quote name='Mogani' date='02 February 2012 - 07:24 PM' timestamp='1328239443' post='1364466']
wow that seems annoying.. hopefully that gets solved with the 290 drivers.
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so far about 50% of users with the 290.xx and 295.xx that just came out are also having tdr's.
do you get it while gaming or just other apps? i allways got it while using you-tube but by turning off hardware acceleration i nolonger have tdr's.
also there are lot's of reports of people using firefox have the most tdr's and driver 295.51 that came out on the 31st is suppose to correct it.
[quote name='Mogani' date='02 February 2012 - 07:24 PM' timestamp='1328239443' post='1364466']

wow that seems annoying.. hopefully that gets solved with the 290 drivers.



so far about 50% of users with the 290.xx and 295.xx that just came out are also having tdr's.

do you get it while gaming or just other apps? i allways got it while using you-tube but by turning off hardware acceleration i nolonger have tdr's.

also there are lot's of reports of people using firefox have the most tdr's and driver 295.51 that came out on the 31st is suppose to correct it.

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#4
Posted 02/03/2012 03:35 AM   
Yeah I just had the same problem too while playing F1 2011... Recently updated to 295.91. Never happened on the older driver so I guess they haven't fixed anything.
Yeah I just had the same problem too while playing F1 2011... Recently updated to 295.91. Never happened on the older driver so I guess they haven't fixed anything.

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#5
Posted 02/03/2012 05:49 AM   
[quote name='JLH' date='02 February 2012 - 09:35 PM' timestamp='1328240157' post='1364471']
so far about 50% of users with the 290.xx and 295.xx that just came out are also having tdr's.
do you get it while gaming or just other apps? i allways got it while using you-tube but by turning off hardware acceleration i nolonger have tdr's.
also there are lot's of reports of people using firefox have the most tdr's and driver 295.51 that came out on the 31st is suppose to correct it.
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I mainly have it while just on my desktop with firefox running and at times without anything running.
[quote name='JLH' date='02 February 2012 - 09:35 PM' timestamp='1328240157' post='1364471']

so far about 50% of users with the 290.xx and 295.xx that just came out are also having tdr's.

do you get it while gaming or just other apps? i allways got it while using you-tube but by turning off hardware acceleration i nolonger have tdr's.

also there are lot's of reports of people using firefox have the most tdr's and driver 295.51 that came out on the 31st is suppose to correct it.





I mainly have it while just on my desktop with firefox running and at times without anything running.

#6
Posted 02/03/2012 08:11 AM   
[quote name='Mogani' date='03 February 2012 - 12:11 AM' timestamp='1328256679' post='1364539']
I mainly have it while just on my desktop with firefox running and at times without anything running.
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well firfox is a known issue. i also saw there is a new firefox 10 out for download, maybe give that a try.
[quote name='Mogani' date='03 February 2012 - 12:11 AM' timestamp='1328256679' post='1364539']

I mainly have it while just on my desktop with firefox running and at times without anything running.



well firfox is a known issue. i also saw there is a new firefox 10 out for download, maybe give that a try.

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#7
Posted 02/03/2012 02:41 PM   
I think my problem was to do with an unstable overclock... I have no reverted to default clocks, and all is good.
I think my problem was to do with an unstable overclock... I have no reverted to default clocks, and all is good.

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#8
Posted 02/03/2012 08:22 PM   
I have a GTX 560 Ti and had issues with Firefox while using the 285.62 drivers. I uninstalled them and reverted back to 275.33, but still had TDRs.
The i found out in these forums that Firefox was causing this. I installed Opera and problem solved!
I never returned to 285.62 just in case...
That was like 3 weeks ago.

Today, i was surfing the web and began having these TDRs again...
I closed Opera and kept on doing other stuff, but then i got another TDR while using MS Word 2010.
So far i haven't had another TDR, but i'm sure it's going to happen again any second now, so i'm going to try making a clean install of the drivers and try out those 29X.XX

just sharing my frustraition with you guys...
I have a GTX 560 Ti and had issues with Firefox while using the 285.62 drivers. I uninstalled them and reverted back to 275.33, but still had TDRs.

The i found out in these forums that Firefox was causing this. I installed Opera and problem solved!

I never returned to 285.62 just in case...

That was like 3 weeks ago.



Today, i was surfing the web and began having these TDRs again...

I closed Opera and kept on doing other stuff, but then i got another TDR while using MS Word 2010.

So far i haven't had another TDR, but i'm sure it's going to happen again any second now, so i'm going to try making a clean install of the drivers and try out those 29X.XX



just sharing my frustraition with you guys...

#9
Posted 02/03/2012 09:18 PM   
[quote name='Segumal' date='03 February 2012 - 01:18 PM' timestamp='1328303888' post='1364844']
I have a GTX 560 Ti and had issues with Firefox while using the 285.62 drivers. I uninstalled them and reverted back to 275.33, but still had TDRs.
The i found out in these forums that Firefox was causing this. I installed Opera and problem solved!
I never returned to 285.62 just in case...
That was like 3 weeks ago.

Today, i was surfing the web and began having these TDRs again...
I closed Opera and kept on doing other stuff, but then i got another TDR while using MS Word 2010.
So far i haven't had another TDR, but i'm sure it's going to happen again any second now, so i'm going to try making a clean install of the drivers and try out those 29X.XX

just sharing my frustraition with you guys...
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also make sure each time you have a tdr re-install the driver as it gets corrupted when it times out, if using the same driver just re-install over it and no need for a clean install. clean install only if you switch driver versions. i have no tdr's with IE 8
[quote name='Segumal' date='03 February 2012 - 01:18 PM' timestamp='1328303888' post='1364844']

I have a GTX 560 Ti and had issues with Firefox while using the 285.62 drivers. I uninstalled them and reverted back to 275.33, but still had TDRs.

The i found out in these forums that Firefox was causing this. I installed Opera and problem solved!

I never returned to 285.62 just in case...

That was like 3 weeks ago.



Today, i was surfing the web and began having these TDRs again...

I closed Opera and kept on doing other stuff, but then i got another TDR while using MS Word 2010.

So far i haven't had another TDR, but i'm sure it's going to happen again any second now, so i'm going to try making a clean install of the drivers and try out those 29X.XX



just sharing my frustraition with you guys...



also make sure each time you have a tdr re-install the driver as it gets corrupted when it times out, if using the same driver just re-install over it and no need for a clean install. clean install only if you switch driver versions. i have no tdr's with IE 8

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#10
Posted 02/03/2012 11:37 PM   
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