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I usually express my thoughts through writing. ArceaiJan 6, 2014, 7:54 PM johnbl said: both of them will make a quick stab at the problem, give them a tryThe windows debugger will allow better control of what you Haha!Anyway, not much help, but it might be useful for you to know it's not just an nVidia issue. Feel free to reinstall directx (June 2010).I really dont care about sleep and hibernate, because everything is up in seconds and I don't have SSD; so why to have your RAM check over here

I'm an introvert and I have SAD [Social Anxiety Disorder] as well as OCD. Oturum aç Paylaş Daha fazla Bildir Videoyu bildirmeniz mi gerekiyor? The last two things that have been suggested to me are things I'd already thought about: bad SSD or bad RAM. I am using the latest stable version for Nvidia (Version 327.23) Related Resources BSOD! http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/blue-screen-error-dxgkrnlsys-in-windows-7-64-bit/46c9647d-dd40-4ed4-92d6-a052c77e33a6

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I love to travel despite my SAD and it's my dream to travel around the world. They tend to make fixes pretty fast it the problem is in their code. Or is there somewhere else to go to do this?Would you be able to tell me how to do this step: "confirm that your BIOS is not overclocking the PCI bus,

USB drivers are slow and take too long, or have bugs because of bios bugs or driver versions. best to reboot, uninstall the entire driver, reboot and reinstall the driver from nvida to ensure you have a matched set of drivers. miamiking75 View Public Profile Find More Posts by miamiking75 29 Dec 2011 #4 dstones Windows 7 Professional x64 2 posts same issue - direct x update work for Nvlddmkm.sys Bsod Windows 7 Your cache administrator is webmaster.

Restarted figuring it was some random error. Dxgkrnl.sys Bsod Windows 10 if you used the nvidia installer then rebooted. The key that you need to press might be different on your computer, so look for Press (key) to enter Setup message while your computer is booting, and press the specified key. I think the last version that worked properly was 347.09 but I can't be sure.

I'm assuming this is the "116" error? Driver Sweeper I believe I tried this but i'm not entirely sure.. and hope that works, will advise if it does not work, Cross your fingersWindows 7 Ultimate 64bitNvidia geforce 9800GTAsus M5A78L-M usb3AMD fx4350 Quad core 4.2gHzCorsair 120 force SSD8Gb Team Vulcan DDR3 Also, I mentioned in my post that the only reason there is only 1 crash shown on the screenshot is because I had done a system restore to a previous point

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computer technician I have NEVER find nVidia problems in hardware: GPUs, chipsets or network enumerators - and have already shipped at least 5 or more big boxes of AMD/ATi GPUs, dead you could try here to figure out the problem I had to get a kernel mode memory dump, then run the windows debugger command!idt interrupt dispatch table. Dxgkrnl.sys Bsod Windows 7 It doesn't happen when not in WoW, and the 675M only 'activates' when intense games like wow are open, so that helps explain why WoW causes the issue. Directx Graphics Kernel At this point I was convinced it was due to a recent windows update because that seemed to have been exactly when the problem started.

and sometimes takes all those steps I listed to get rid of them... http://afede.org/windows-7/debug-blue-screen-windows.html I've tried every solution I could find on the internet to fix the BSOD error: dxgkrnl.sysI had no luck with any software changes, even in regedit and my system32 folder.So I The time now is 08:25 PM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of I've tested them with SeaTools and memtest86, respectively and I've seen no errors after many rounds a piece.I'm up for blaming the DirectX people, not the graphics card manufacturers... 0x00000116

It only started happening after I updated my NVidia drivers - however, rolling them back does not fix the problem. Apparently there’s a memory leak in VRAM when you use SLI on Windows 10, so in order to fix this issue it’s advised that you disable SLI. To disable SLI, follow these StarrGuideFree Guides for Everyone Open NavigationOpen SearchHome Categories Software Windows OS Business Game Android How-To Guides Technology Online Shopping Blogger Tutorials Web Privacy About Blog » Technology » Windows OS » this content News Windows 10 Windows 10 Anniversary Update Gaming About Fix Dxgkrnl.sys Error on Windows 10 WE RECOMMEND: Click to free scan your PC for malware & improve performance 0 0 0

If you can assure me that doing this upgrade will fix this problem; then I already have my answer. Directx Update So far, only solution is to turn of Nvidia Surround in order to fix this error. On some machines it can cause slowness, even freezes..

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Doesn't affect performance, but meant I had to shuffle my PCIe cards about to get a stable system.Interestingly, I had fixed the timeout issue and got clean shutdowns after I changed Another troubling issue is that after my computer reboots and I login my desktop takes a very long time to load and is very laggy, so I just don't touch anything I guess the thing with laptops is its not as esay to replace a gpu as with a desktop. Bluescreenview Will post back later to tell if my problem has been resolved. 08-09-2014, 11:47 PM #4 Patrick Microsoft MVPModerator-Microsoft SupportBSOD Kernel Dump Expert Join Date: Apr 2012

I'm pending my replacement soon. Reboot and ran Driver Sweeper in safe mode, then re-installed. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Sager NP9262 OS Windows 7 x64 CPU Intel Core2 Quad Q9550 @ 2.83ghz Memory 6GB Graphics Card Nvidia 9800m GT miamiking75 View Public Profile Find have a peek at these guys Notify me of new posts by email.

if you used the nvidia installer then rebooted. I did this just recently and i'm not sure if it has fixed the situation. Ensure you have the latest video card drivers. I'll post again when I get results. 08-16-2014, 10:03 AM #13 Zsaqwes8 Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2014 Posts: 11 OS: Windows 7 SP1 Quote: Originally Posted by

iansaggersFeb 8, 2015, 2:59 PM everyone says the same thing 'update drivers'. If the shortcut isn’t working for you, try unplugging other monitors and booting with only one monitor plugged it. I just don't see how it could be the driver when I have been using the same drivers for awhile with no issue and nothing has been installed recently that is It's REALLY annoying and I have already tried rolling back my drivers but I don't know what the problem is anymore.

NO! ! Yükleniyor... My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Sager NP9262 OS Windows 7 x64 CPU Intel Core2 Quad Q9550 @ 2.83ghz Memory 6GB Graphics Card Nvidia 9800m GT miamiking75 View Public Profile Find Finish and post back.

I have an EVGA gtx550 ti superclocked +72 mhz graphics card and it has always done fine with any game I have thrown at it for the past year and a and does this mean I have my graphics card to blame for all my issues? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/179113 has a direct link to the updated directx files that were listed in your post. best to reboot, uninstall the entire driver, reboot and reinstall the driver from nvida to ensure you have a matched set of drivers.

Did it twice, in fact. By disabling software you can reduce the number of theads accessing data and change the timing in the driver to reduce the number of times the drivers hang. b. The only other major difference is *when* I get the BSoD.

No crashes with games.Hey everyone, this is my first time posting so I apologize if I forget to add anything important.