Windows 10: nvlddmkm.sys BSOD on older destop running WIN 10 Pro
nvlddmkm.sys BSOD on older destop running WIN 10 Pro
I have an older Media Center PC used primarily for watching videos/movies on the family room t.v. It started to BSOD with an old EVGA GTX 460. I uninstalled the drivers using DDU and installed the most current set, this did not resolve the issue. I updated the car to a GT 730 and I keep having the same problem. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers. Performed clean installs each time no change. Before I scrap the NVIDIA and move to Radeon I am hoping to find a solution. Which as of yet seems to elude me.MEDIA-1-Sun_12_18_2016_211317_46.zip
Nothing inside the zip,
How old is your PSU?
And has your psu enough power to run these new cards.
Do you have a spare PSU for testing or could borrow one.
The PSU is a few years old but it is 750w PSU. it has more that enough power for the card. It is weird the zip doesn't have any thing in it. When I get back from work I will rerun the collection process and post the file.
Many dumpfiles blames your nvdia driver.
Your driver of your Hauppage device are from 2007, update this to a windows 10 compatible driver.
Driver Description: Huappage WinTV PVR Video Capture
Driver Update Site: Hauppauge Support Product Selector
Also your Realtek audio driver is from 2007.
The NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller has nvstor64.sys, 9.99.0000.0004 (English), 10/26/2007 17:51:32, 130080 bytes
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