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  • Fixing the Nvlddmkm Error (Display driver stopped responding and has recovered)

    Yeah, I think this Nvlddmkm error thing is really specific, and given what worked for me, it's software-specific. There's a conflict (for me) between NVidia drivers and Afterburner, for example. For you, it's something else. On my pal's PC it turned out to be the RAM. So if you haven't tried Step 7 yet in SirColton's instructable, maybe give it a shot?

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  • Fixing the Nvlddmkm Error (Display driver stopped responding and has recovered)

    None of these worked for me, but the following did:If you use MSi Afterburner, try...1. Uninstall Afterburner and RivaTuner Statistics Server (keep your settings files)2. Download latest NVidia driver3. Select "Clean Install"4. ***From NVidia control panel*** click "Open Windows Sound settings" and disable all NVidia sound "devices"5. Close NVidia control panel and restart your machine6. Download and reinstall Afterburner (RivaTuner comes along for the ride)7. Restart againWhen next you update your NVidia drivers, uninstall Afterburner first and repeat steps 3 through 7.This worked for me. I haven't had a single Nvlddmkm Error in more than 5 months. Hope it helps other people, too. Cheers.

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