Help My Nvidia Driver 260.99 Crashes And Recovers Useing Windows 7 Ultimate

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by darren2010, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. darren2010

    darren2010 MDL Member

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    Help My Nvidia Driver 260.99 Crashes And Recovers Useing Windows 7 Ultimate I Have An HP a1410n Computer And My Nvidia Graphics Card Is Nvidia GeForce 6150LE the driver 260.99 is the latest driver on the nvidia website can someone tell me why it crashes and recovers. Please Help.
     
  2. deadcalm

    deadcalm MDL Novice

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    Try a complete uninstall of the driver and use a Nvida driver remover to remove all traces of it, then reinstall and see if this sorts the problem out. If not use an older version to see if its more stable.
    Keep an eye when it recovers in your device manager and make sure windows has not disabled the device as this is a sign of the GPU failing which i have just experienced with my toshiba quad core laptop
     
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  4. darren2010

    darren2010 MDL Member

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    ok i will try also i used driver sweeper to remove all traces of nvidia driver 260.99 i used driver sweeper in safe mode and then i ran the program and restarted my computer and installed 260.99 so far all is well also did you try useing nvidia system tools 6.03 it monitors your computer for overclocking and also the fans in your computer i am useing that also it seems to help me you could try what i said by useing driver sweeper and running the program in safe mode it removes all traces of the old driver and then restart the computer and install the new driver to see if that helps anyone here besides me.