Display driver nvlddmkm has stopped responding
So my specs are:

Intel Core 2 duo 3GHz
3gb DDR2 Ram
Windows Vista 32-bit
GeForce 460 video card

My problem is I keep getting the Display driver nvlddmkm has stopped responding and has successfully recovered. I get this any time I try to watch a video on youtube or playing any game on my computer. I just reinstalled the latest driver for Nvidia 285.62
Is my graphics card dead?
So my specs are:



Intel Core 2 duo 3GHz

3gb DDR2 Ram

Windows Vista 32-bit

GeForce 460 video card



My problem is I keep getting the Display driver nvlddmkm has stopped responding and has successfully recovered. I get this any time I try to watch a video on youtube or playing any game on my computer. I just reinstalled the latest driver for Nvidia 285.62

Is my graphics card dead?

#1
Posted 02/13/2012 02:09 AM   
[quote name='Toolvayne' date='12 February 2012 - 06:09 PM' timestamp='1329098974' post='1368675']
So my specs are:

Intel Core 2 duo 3GHz
3gb DDR2 Ram
Windows Vista 32-bit
GeForce 460 video card

My problem is I keep getting the Display driver nvlddmkm has stopped responding and has successfully recovered. I get this any time I try to watch a video on youtube or playing any game on my computer. I just reinstalled the latest driver for Nvidia 285.62
Is my graphics card dead?
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your card is fine. read up on your issue which is called TDR (time out detection and recovery) in the geforce driver section of these forums
[quote name='Toolvayne' date='12 February 2012 - 06:09 PM' timestamp='1329098974' post='1368675']

So my specs are:



Intel Core 2 duo 3GHz

3gb DDR2 Ram

Windows Vista 32-bit

GeForce 460 video card



My problem is I keep getting the Display driver nvlddmkm has stopped responding and has successfully recovered. I get this any time I try to watch a video on youtube or playing any game on my computer. I just reinstalled the latest driver for Nvidia 285.62

Is my graphics card dead?



your card is fine. read up on your issue which is called TDR (time out detection and recovery) in the geforce driver section of these forums

#2
Posted 02/13/2012 04:17 AM   
Ya tried some methods, none worked. Maybe it's vista.
Ya tried some methods, none worked. Maybe it's vista.

#3
Posted 02/16/2012 01:28 AM   
My bet is that it is the motherboard causing you these issues.
My bet is that it is the motherboard causing you these issues.

OS:Windows 8.1 64-bit CPU: Intel Core i7-3930K - EK HF Supreme Nickel/Acetal Memory: 16GB Corsair Dominator GT CL9 2133mhz @2400mhz Motherboard: Rampage IV Formula Graphics: SLI 3x GTX 680 - EK Nickel/Acetal Waterblocks Sound: Asus Xonar Xense Storage: 2x Samsung 840 Pro 512GB, 2x Samsung 840 Pro 256GB, NAS for backups and various other files. Network: Intel 82579V Gigabit, (BBB 1Gbit fiber), Monitor: Samsung S27B971D 27" 2560x1440 PSU: Corsair AX1200 Others: Mad Catz Strike 7, Mad Catz MMO7 Mouse. Using 2x XTX 360 Radiator with 3+3 Gentle Typhoon 1850rpm push+pull, Aquaero 5 Pro.

#4
Posted 02/17/2012 07:37 PM   
[quote name='darkns' date='17 February 2012 - 11:37 AM' timestamp='1329507468' post='1370850']
My bet is that it is the motherboard causing you these issues.
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[quote name='darkns' date='17 February 2012 - 11:37 AM' timestamp='1329507468' post='1370850']

My bet is that it is the motherboard causing you these issues.



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#5
Posted 02/18/2012 01:13 AM   
[quote name='BERRRR' date='18 February 2012 - 01:13 AM' timestamp='1329527583' post='1370956']
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Hi all,

Not sure if this has already been posted but I was having massive issues with TDRs in game only and only certain games (GW2 & minecraft!)

Tried all the fixes out there, even brought a new PSU (£110 for a 750watt :( )

The way I worked around mine was to up the core voltage slightly in MSI afterburner from 925mV to 1025mV :)

Not had a single lock up or crash even after a good 8hrs in GW2 beta last night!

Currently using:

Latest Geforce drivers 296.10
Win 7
SSD Hdd
6Gb Ram
470 GTX OC

Just thought I would post and let you know!!

Tommo
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Hi all,



Not sure if this has already been posted but I was having massive issues with TDRs in game only and only certain games (GW2 & minecraft!)



Tried all the fixes out there, even brought a new PSU (£110 for a 750watt :( )



The way I worked around mine was to up the core voltage slightly in MSI afterburner from 925mV to 1025mV :)



Not had a single lock up or crash even after a good 8hrs in GW2 beta last night!



Currently using:



Latest Geforce drivers 296.10

Win 7

SSD Hdd

6Gb Ram

470 GTX OC



Just thought I would post and let you know!!



Tommo

#6
Posted 04/29/2012 04:21 PM   
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