nvlddmkm stopped responding possible fix testers wanted TY Zloth

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by kalispimenta, Jan 5, 2009.

  1. kalispimenta

    kalispimenta Member Guru

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    OK SO Zloth posted on this thread a possible fix,i played yesterday for 2 hours with no crashes i had xfire off and rt.Test and report,please read the Microsoft page carefully .
    Original post:
    http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=219186&page=4


    Good luck.
     
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  2. Snakebyte

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    Are we supposed to install both hotfixes shown (Fix245313, Fix233686) or just the newer one?

    I'll definitely test it out, but I haven't had too many crashes lately so it would take a while to tell if it works or not.
     
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    kalispimenta Member Guru

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    I installed both
     
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    I was swarmed with blue screens and "nvlddmkm stopped responding" crashes when playing CoD:WaW with 185.20.

    I tried to install both but it only let me install the first one (one without v2) second one didnt "apply for my system" (strange)

    But now all the crashes are gone. So it worked great, thanks for the tip! :thumbup:
     

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    thanks for the post, i tried both files but sadly they both said "does not apply to your system."

    I have vista x64 ultimate.. if there is a SP2 beta out, ill try that
     
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    kalispimenta Member Guru

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    well guys, this is wierd, i did windows update, and tried to update to sp2, and upon reboot i was getting BSOD, so no way to boot, and windows wiped out all my restore points except 1 prior to sp2 install.. so i went back to that, and still got BSOD upon reboot because of that nv file...

    check this out tho, if i press f8 during boot and choose "allow drivers with improper signature to load"... i can boot fine, no BSOD... so maybe its some sort of windows signature problem/conflict... maybe theres a registry hack to disable signature confirmation.. but i dont know if that would be risky...
     
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  9. Cybermancer

    Cybermancer Don Quixote

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    Disable Driver Signing in x64 Windows Vista
    Source: http://news.softpedia.com/news/Disable-Driver-Signing-in-x64-Windows-Vista-53491.shtml

    (Hog54's suggestion probably won't work, since it's for Windows 2000/XP...)
     
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    Sadly, this did not fix my problems. I just got the nvlddmkm again. :(
     

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