Sorry to quote myself but it makes sense to repeat what I've said here so others can see it in case, they too, are experiencing the same issue. Well, it seems that reverting back to the v359.06 driver DID fix the BSOD issue with Legend of Eisenwald and Pillars of Eternity BUT while I was navigating the NVIDIA control panel I experienced another BSOD, the same error as above: SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (nvlddmkm.sys) Not really sure what is going on here to be honest as I have never ever experienced a BSOD before while using the NVIDIA control panel or, indeed, while loading up a game!!! :3eyes: Could my graphics card be damaged? When I Google-d the error, I found similar threads regarding this error and the general consensus seems to be that it is a software error related to nvlddmkm.sys and fixable by updating to a newer driver. Somewhat ironic considering that THIS is the latest driver. Now I do have a new Dell monitor and the only thing that I have installed since I got it last Saturday is the Dell Display Manager tool, a program that allows operating system control of my display such as brightness, contrast, screen saver, etc. I'm wondering if it is this program that might be causing a conflict with the display driver as I would guess that it is integrated into Windows at a low-level in order to be able to do the things it does. Thinking about it, I did notice a lot of errors in the Event log relating to nvlddmkm.sys when I was playing around with the DDM tool's option to turn the screen off when the Windows screensaver kicks in. It could be a coincidence though. Logically, this has to a software issue because the issue is not random but can be triggered by loading specific games or using going to a certain section of the NVIDIA control panel. Wish me luck! P.S. My issue may appear to be an isolated one simply because I am one of the few people to own that Dell monitor, a display that is primarily aimed at professional users not gamers.