Blue Screen - GeForce 295.73 Getting Blue Screen of death while watching videos
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Macbook Pro 13
Windows 7 64 bit
Geforce 320M

i am getting blue screen with every video i am trying to watch
Macbook Pro 13

Windows 7 64 bit

Geforce 320M



i am getting blue screen with every video i am trying to watch

#1
Posted 02/23/2012 03:14 PM   
Same here. Macbook Air 13. Windows 7 32bit. Geforce 320M.

Please fix this NVidia.
Same here. Macbook Air 13. Windows 7 32bit. Geforce 320M.



Please fix this NVidia.

#2
Posted 02/24/2012 06:06 AM   
What does the BSOD say? Is nvlddmkm.sys mentioned at all?
What does the BSOD say? Is nvlddmkm.sys mentioned at all?

Core i5 2500K @ 4GHz
ASUS P8Z68-V Pro (BIOS version 3603)
Geforce GTX 680 (Palit Jetstream 2GB)
8GB RAM
Samsung 2333SW (1920x1080)
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
ASUS Xonar D2X
Corsair HX650

#3
Posted 02/24/2012 07:43 AM   
HELP:

SIMPLE: ANSWER ME PLEASE:

in nev drv. 295.73 WHQL still is??? bug "and pink!! screening/distortion"/??? and crash when WORK on WINDOWS!??? or dissapper.
AND when??everybody has pink scr. and crash...??????

ps. SORRY for my ENGLISH.

I have only this on drv. 295.5x - 295.7x

EXAMPLE:

[img]http://img855.imageshack.us/img855/7338/dsc0078yi.jpg[/img]
HELP:



SIMPLE: ANSWER ME PLEASE:



in nev drv. 295.73 WHQL still is??? bug "and pink!! screening/distortion"/??? and crash when WORK on WINDOWS!??? or dissapper.

AND when??everybody has pink scr. and crash...??????



ps. SORRY for my ENGLISH.



I have only this on drv. 295.5x - 295.7x



EXAMPLE:



Image

- Ci7 970 (6cores) - 3.2ghz 3,46 ,
Asus gtx 660 GTX660-DC2-2GD5 ,
12gb ram patriot extreme 2000mhz,
Win7 64bitdrv 314,07 ,
"clean system"..,
1200vat "be q. dark power" ,
FULLTOWER:

#4
Posted 02/24/2012 12:48 PM   
It definitely is the NVidia 320m + GeForce 295.73 what is causing this blue screen. I have a MacbookPro 13' 2010.

It happens to me when I try to watch a flash video on Google Chrome. It started hapening after I replaced the Bootcamp drivers (which were stable and worked fine, but which didn't have so good performance with new games) with the 295.73.

If somebody at nvidia can contact me, I will provide the blue screen memory dumps.
It definitely is the NVidia 320m + GeForce 295.73 what is causing this blue screen. I have a MacbookPro 13' 2010.



It happens to me when I try to watch a flash video on Google Chrome. It started hapening after I replaced the Bootcamp drivers (which were stable and worked fine, but which didn't have so good performance with new games) with the 295.73.



If somebody at nvidia can contact me, I will provide the blue screen memory dumps.

#5
Posted 03/14/2012 10:40 PM   
absolutely the same problem here...
every time when I watch a video there's a BSOD, caused by nvlddmkm.sys. also 13' macbook pro mid 2010 with nvidia 320m chipset.
problem persists with 296.10.

any help so far?
absolutely the same problem here...

every time when I watch a video there's a BSOD, caused by nvlddmkm.sys. also 13' macbook pro mid 2010 with nvidia 320m chipset.

problem persists with 296.10.



any help so far?

#6
Posted 03/15/2012 08:50 PM   
The same problem, macbook pro 2010, geforce 320M. Problem appeared after flash update + nvidia update to 296.10.
I also have memory dumps.
The same problem, macbook pro 2010, geforce 320M. Problem appeared after flash update + nvidia update to 296.10.

I also have memory dumps.

#7
Posted 03/17/2012 02:41 PM   
Just adding my name to the list. This is VERY annoying /wallbash.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wallbash:' />

13" MBA 320m
Just adding my name to the list. This is VERY annoying /wallbash.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wallbash:' />



13" MBA 320m

#8
Posted 03/18/2012 08:56 AM   
Same BSOD issue here...

Worked fine with the latest drivers until one release before 295.73, which I don`t remember the number ...

Already tested the 295.7 and 296.10 an they both suck... Macbook Pro 7,1 2010 13'' geforce 320m ...

Any fix until now?
Same BSOD issue here...



Worked fine with the latest drivers until one release before 295.73, which I don`t remember the number ...



Already tested the 295.7 and 296.10 an they both suck... Macbook Pro 7,1 2010 13'' geforce 320m ...



Any fix until now?

#9
Posted 03/18/2012 09:45 PM   
By the way, I have Windows 7 32 bits with SP1 installed. Which version you guys have? Maybe it's a problem that affects only the 32 bits versions of Windows.
By the way, I have Windows 7 32 bits with SP1 installed. Which version you guys have? Maybe it's a problem that affects only the 32 bits versions of Windows.

#10
Posted 03/19/2012 01:21 AM   
mine is 64bit
mine is 64bit

#11
Posted 03/19/2012 07:07 AM   
Mine is 64 bit also, win7 sp1 professional...
Mine is 64 bit also, win7 sp1 professional...

#12
Posted 03/19/2012 09:11 AM   
it seems like theres a problem, if the old bootcamp drivers were installed before. I manually removed everything from nvidia (also with driver sweeper) and installed everything from scratch. now flash videos work so far, without BSOD.
That's sad, because now I can't give memory dump, anyone else could upload one?

//edit
no, it doesn't work. same problem again.
it seems like theres a problem, if the old bootcamp drivers were installed before. I manually removed everything from nvidia (also with driver sweeper) and installed everything from scratch. now flash videos work so far, without BSOD.

That's sad, because now I can't give memory dump, anyone else could upload one?



//edit

no, it doesn't work. same problem again.

#13
Posted 03/19/2012 09:32 AM   
Hi there.

Yesterday I finished installing Windows 7 Ultimate 64 on my MacBook Pro (2008+ || GeForce 320M) and I had the exactly same issue with 296.10 driver released 2012.03.13 as I entered YouTube to watch some videos.

As I realized that this could be the GeForce driver, I've got 295.73 driver. Same issue, BSOD. Then I've got the latest stable driver 285.62 and everything's working fine.

Even if I try to install ONLY the video driver from the other 2 drivers (296.10 and 295.73) the BSOD happens.

So, till NVIDIA fix this errors for us, the only way to watch flash videos like YouTube and others that we may like, we have to use the 285.62 driver (I do not install BETA drivers).

(here is the link --> http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-64bit-285.62-whql-driver.html <--).

But if the purpose is to do something else then watching flash videos, the newest driver seems fine, as I tried playing some games to see if the BSOD appears (played Sim City 4, World of Warcraft, StarCraft II and some flash games).
Hi there.



Yesterday I finished installing Windows 7 Ultimate 64 on my MacBook Pro (2008+ || GeForce 320M) and I had the exactly same issue with 296.10 driver released 2012.03.13 as I entered YouTube to watch some videos.



As I realized that this could be the GeForce driver, I've got 295.73 driver. Same issue, BSOD. Then I've got the latest stable driver 285.62 and everything's working fine.



Even if I try to install ONLY the video driver from the other 2 drivers (296.10 and 295.73) the BSOD happens.



So, till NVIDIA fix this errors for us, the only way to watch flash videos like YouTube and others that we may like, we have to use the 285.62 driver (I do not install BETA drivers).



(here is the link --> http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-64bit-285.62-whql-driver.html <--).



But if the purpose is to do something else then watching flash videos, the newest driver seems fine, as I tried playing some games to see if the BSOD appears (played Sim City 4, World of Warcraft, StarCraft II and some flash games).

#14
Posted 03/20/2012 07:29 PM   
After finding this problem with the 295 driver I went back to 285, which then didnt resume from sleep properly. So now I am on 296 which still BSODs but resumes properly every time.
After finding this problem with the 295 driver I went back to 285, which then didnt resume from sleep properly. So now I am on 296 which still BSODs but resumes properly every time.

#15
Posted 03/22/2012 08:52 PM   
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