The NVIDIA OpenGL driver detected a problem with the display driver and is unable to continue. The a
Just tried running Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate 6, which I use regularly, but am unable to today...

When I try clicking to start the conversion, the screens go black, then come back on, and I get the following error message:

[code]The NVIDIA OpenGL driver detected a problem with the display driver and is unable to continue. The application must close
Error code: 3
Would you like to visit http://nvidia.com/page/support.html for help?[/code]

I've tried reinstalling/updating the NVIDIA display driver, and the Xilisoft Software, but I still get the error...

I've not installed or updated anything recently, so can't understand why it's suddenly not working...

If anyone can help or point me in the right direction, I'd be extremely grateful!
Just tried running Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate 6, which I use regularly, but am unable to today...



When I try clicking to start the conversion, the screens go black, then come back on, and I get the following error message:



The NVIDIA OpenGL driver detected a problem with the display driver and is unable to continue. The application must close

Error code: 3

Would you like to visit http://nvidia.com/page/support.html for help?




I've tried reinstalling/updating the NVIDIA display driver, and the Xilisoft Software, but I still get the error...



I've not installed or updated anything recently, so can't understand why it's suddenly not working...



If anyone can help or point me in the right direction, I'd be extremely grateful!

#1
Posted 07/02/2012 02:02 PM   
[quote name='RichCowell' date='02 July 2012 - 10:02 AM' timestamp='1341237775' post='1428972']
Just tried running Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate 6, which I use regularly, but am unable to today...

When I try clicking to start the conversion, the screens go black, then come back on, and I get the following error message:

[code]The NVIDIA OpenGL driver detected a problem with the display driver and is unable to continue. The application must close
Error code: 3
Would you like to visit http://nvidia.com/page/support.html for help?[/code]

I've tried reinstalling/updating the NVIDIA display driver, and the Xilisoft Software, but I still get the error...

I've not installed or updated anything recently, so can't understand why it's suddenly not working...

If anyone can help or point me in the right direction, I'd be extremely grateful!
[/quote]

Try rolling back your drivers to the ones that originally worked with the software.
[quote name='RichCowell' date='02 July 2012 - 10:02 AM' timestamp='1341237775' post='1428972']

Just tried running Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate 6, which I use regularly, but am unable to today...



When I try clicking to start the conversion, the screens go black, then come back on, and I get the following error message:



The NVIDIA OpenGL driver detected a problem with the display driver and is unable to continue. The application must close

Error code: 3

Would you like to visit http://nvidia.com/page/support.html for help?




I've tried reinstalling/updating the NVIDIA display driver, and the Xilisoft Software, but I still get the error...



I've not installed or updated anything recently, so can't understand why it's suddenly not working...



If anyone can help or point me in the right direction, I'd be extremely grateful!





Try rolling back your drivers to the ones that originally worked with the software.

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#2
Posted 07/02/2012 04:08 PM   
any sovel this problem, i have same problem to i try downgrade software same does't work
any sovel this problem, i have same problem to
i try downgrade software same does't work

#3
Posted 01/09/2013 06:53 PM   
i have the same issue...only intermittently... at first i thought it was cuz i was loading too many movies into the queue to be processed... but that is not the controlling factor... really don't know what causes it... latest versions of everything installed... xilisoft and nvidia drivers.. any help, comments, hints or suggestions?
i have the same issue...only intermittently... at first i thought it was cuz i was loading too many movies into the queue to be processed... but that is not the controlling factor... really don't know what causes it... latest versions of everything installed... xilisoft and nvidia drivers..

any help, comments, hints or suggestions?

#4
Posted 04/01/2013 06:26 AM   
Yeah I am getting the same problem, to be honest I would not have noticed it but I was using blender, and I decided to render the viewport using the GPU instead of the cpu because it ias generally faster but today it stopped working, the screen went black then I got that message, I damn thing is that it was working not so long ago, so I have no idea why it isn't working know. The thing is that I cant afford for it not to work, so if I cant or they don't get it fixed very quickly i will be jumping ship to amd graphics cards and wont be using nividia again. Can anyone help me, because if I cant get it to work then I will have to buy a new graphics card and it wont be a nividia graphics card. Thank you
Yeah I am getting the same problem, to be honest I would not have noticed it but I was using blender, and I decided to render the viewport using the GPU instead of the cpu because it ias generally faster but today it stopped working, the screen went black then I got that message, I damn thing is that it was working not so long ago, so I have no idea why it isn't working know.

The thing is that I cant afford for it not to work, so if I cant or they don't get it fixed very quickly i will be jumping ship to amd graphics cards and wont be using nividia again.

Can anyone help me, because if I cant get it to work then I will have to buy a new graphics card and it wont be a nividia graphics card.

Thank you

#5
Posted 09/25/2013 04:33 PM   
[i]I had the same problem...[/i] [u]Solution :[/u] 1. Open your NVIDIA Control Panel and select “Manage 3D settings” 2. Then, select the “Power Management mode” and change the option from “Adaptive” to “Prefer maximum performance” 3. Save your changes, and your are done!
I had the same problem...

Solution :

1. Open your NVIDIA Control Panel and select “Manage 3D settings”
2. Then, select the “Power Management mode” and change the option from “Adaptive” to “Prefer maximum performance”
3. Save your changes, and your are done!

#6
Posted 02/19/2014 05:09 PM   
Lef_Hack is right, I follow his guidance and the Open GL error is gone !!!
Lef_Hack is right, I follow his guidance and the Open GL error is gone !!!

#7
Posted 05/03/2014 09:11 PM   
[quote="LocutusOfBorg1964"]Lef_Hack is right, I follow his guidance and the Open GL error is gone !!! [/quote] what is the version of your drive? because on my dont show that option
LocutusOfBorg1964 said:Lef_Hack is right, I follow his guidance and the Open GL error is gone !!!





what is the version of your drive? because on my dont show that option

#8
Posted 06/02/2014 04:52 PM   
Lef_Hack - Thanks so much for posting this solution. Worked like a charm when I had the same error using Maya. Thank you!!
Lef_Hack - Thanks so much for posting this solution. Worked like a charm when I had the same error using Maya. Thank you!!

#9
Posted 07/28/2014 05:44 PM   
Hi, I got the same issue using Octane renderer, I changed the settings in Power Management. There is no effect, the same error code, the same frustrating words and shutting the application, any other solution? I got the last driver's version for GeForce GTX 780 Ti by Asus
Hi, I got the same issue using Octane renderer, I changed the settings in Power Management. There is no effect, the same error code, the same frustrating words and shutting the application, any other solution? I got the last driver's version for GeForce GTX 780 Ti by Asus

#10
Posted 08/10/2014 11:20 PM   
Hi. I've got this error too. I was playing to Tropico5 or 7daysTodie these days and after 30min the screen became black and the OpenGL error message. I follow the solution : [i]Solution : 1. Open your NVIDIA Control Panel and select “Manage 3D settings” 2. Then, select the “Power Management mode” and change the option from “Adaptive” to “Prefer maximum performance” 3. Save your changes, and your are done! [/i] But the problem continues :( I've got 3 screens plugged on my graphic card : Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2Gb -> Acer 27" + Acer 24" + TV LG 42" 3D Please help us !!
Hi. I've got this error too. I was playing to Tropico5 or 7daysTodie these days and after 30min the screen became black and the OpenGL error message.
I follow the solution :
Solution :

1. Open your NVIDIA Control Panel and select “Manage 3D settings”
2. Then, select the “Power Management mode” and change the option from “Adaptive” to “Prefer maximum performance”
3. Save your changes, and your are done!

But the problem continues :(
I've got 3 screens plugged on my graphic card : Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2Gb -> Acer 27" + Acer 24" + TV LG 42" 3D

Please help us !!

#11
Posted 08/20/2014 11:14 AM   
A little old topic But I'm having the same problem lately when using Premiere pro Cs6. Sometimes i get the "The driver crashed and restored successfully" but mainly this. 1. I tried rolling back and different driver releases with clean installation. 2. I tried changing the Power management mode to prefer maximum performance Nothing !!! Any thoughts ? could there also be a TDR registry tweak solution for this ? Anyone ? 2700k @ 4.4GHz + GTX 470 + 32GB Ram + Two Monitors + Win 7 Pro 64bit
A little old topic But I'm having the same problem lately when using Premiere pro Cs6.
Sometimes i get the "The driver crashed and restored successfully" but mainly this.

1. I tried rolling back and different driver releases with clean installation.
2. I tried changing the Power management mode to prefer maximum performance

Nothing !!!
Any thoughts ? could there also be a TDR registry tweak solution for this ?
Anyone ?

2700k @ 4.4GHz + GTX 470 + 32GB Ram + Two Monitors + Win 7 Pro 64bit

#12
Posted 01/06/2015 08:09 AM   
I had this problem, I was receiving Error 1 then Error 2 after changing the Timeout Detection & Recovery (TDR). In the end it turned out to be a faulty DRAM module. Try testing each DRAM module on it's own to see if the problem arises.
I had this problem, I was receiving Error 1 then Error 2 after changing the Timeout Detection & Recovery (TDR).

In the end it turned out to be a faulty DRAM module.

Try testing each DRAM module on it's own to see if the problem arises.

#13
Posted 04/23/2015 09:46 AM   
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