Kernel_BS said:I have literally tried every single fix I can find for this.
Switching my Processor, Switching my motherboard, Changing Video cards ...
"This is your code. These are also your bugs. Really. Yes, the API runtime and the
driver have bugs, but this is not one of them. Now go fix it already." -fgiesen
My Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) : Here
Proud member of Nvidia Beta Program.
-Motherboard: Maximus Gene V (Bios 1903)
-CPU: I7-3770K (All stock clock)
-PSU: Corsair 1000watt
-RAM: 16GB corsair (CMZ16GX3M4A1600C9)
-GPU : EVGA nVidia GTX 690 (Stock clock)(bios : 80.04.1E.00.F1) and (80.04.1E.00.F0) (UEFI)
-Monitor : Asus VH242H (a 60Hz Monitor)
-HDD: Intel SSD 520 Series (240GB) + 2TB HDD Western Digital
-OS : Windows 8.1 X64 Pro with media center.
-Antivirus : Norton Antivirus 2014
-NVCP: All default Except changed adaptive to Prefer max performance.
2500k @ 4.3 GHz @ 1.28v peak (variable; all power-saving features on)
Zalman 10X Performa
2x (SLI) MSI 670 PE
8GB G-Skill 1333 (stock-clocked)
TP-750 Blue ("new")
Vertex 3 60GB (and WD10EADS for storage)
NZXT Guardian 921RB-BL with 2-meter blue LED set, NZXT 2000RPM 140mm (top), and Scythe Slim 2000RPM (side)
46" 1080p television (primary [for gaming], HDMI), Acer P215H (live monitoring, DVI)
Wagnard said:The Display driver Nvidia Windows Kernel Mode driver, has stopped responding and has successfully recovered is an issue that I got today that I never had with my GtX 690 before. It happened only once. But my guess is, there is something maybe going on with this driver as there are many report on this forum and others of this issue.
At least I'm not too impacted with it.
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