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  1. Posts : 246
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #11

    did I remove the old graphics driver before inserting a new graphics card?

    nope. So maybe i must do this when on future i will swap card then.
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  2. TV2
    Posts : 2,221
    W10 Pro 22H2
       #12

    Yes, absolutely.

    The standard procedure for installing a new graphics card is to completely uninstall the graphics drivers from the system, shut down, make the switch, then startup, let the system settle in, then install the most current graphics driver for the new card fresh.

    It does not matter if you are using the same BRAND graphics driver. If you are switching a GTX1080 for a GTX 2080 you still need to uninstall and reinstall the driver.

    If you are switching BRANDS of graphics card then in addition to the above procedure it is important to completely clean the system of the old drivers. There are programs like Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) that will do this chore automatically from Windows Safe Mode.

    But you can get many odd glitches if you are not working with fresh, clean drivers for any new card.
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  3. Posts : 246
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #13

    First i swapped from 2080 Ti Xtreme Aorus ( with 3 fans ) to 2080 Ti Waterforce Xtreme and i had that display crash on login screen.
    Last time i just swapped from the same card to the same. I mean 2080 Ti Waterforce Xtreme, to other 2080 Ti Waterforce Xtreme. And had display crash on initial boot on login screen ( 1 boot ).


    Anyway clean driver install before swapping card ( even if they are same ) is recommended?
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  4. TV2
    Posts : 2,221
    W10 Pro 22H2
       #14

    Yes. It doesn't take that long and can avoid a many head scratching glitches.
    To you the cards are the same, to the system the numbers are different so the cards are different.
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  5. Posts : 32
    XP64 Professional, Windows 7 Ult. Windows 10 Ult
       #15

    Don't overlook a bad GPU as well. I had one that was glitchy cutting in and out and also acting like it had bad drivers, yes that bad and this caused a constant buggy slow operation and followed by a blue screen of death crash and reboot over and over including going to NVidia website for all drivers as a process of elimination including MSI for their drivers because it's an MSI GPU with NVidia chipset. When I exhausted all possibilities in process of elimination and banging my head against the wall including pulling what little hair I have left, I gave the GPU a fling in the bin and installed a new card, now with a stable Win10 install. If you have the correct drivers directly from the manufacturer and properly installed and it still won't work, swap it out with something else even if you have to borrow from a friend and give this a try. If the system now works like it should take a look at the card. Try it in another computer as well if you got on hand like I do.
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  6. Posts : 246
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #16

    hennmann said:
    Don't overlook a bad GPU as well. I had one that was glitchy cutting in and out and also acting like it had bad drivers, yes that bad and this caused a constant buggy slow operation and followed by a blue screen of death crash and reboot over and over including going to NVidia website for all drivers as a process of elimination including MSI for their drivers because it's an MSI GPU with NVidia chipset. When I exhausted all possibilities in process of elimination and banging my head against the wall including pulling what little hair I have left, I gave the GPU a fling in the bin and installed a new card, now with a stable Win10 install. If you have the correct drivers directly from the manufacturer and properly installed and it still won't work, swap it out with something else even if you have to borrow from a friend and give this a try. If the system now works like it should take a look at the card. Try it in another computer as well if you got on hand like I do.
    I said cards and pc are stable. It only crash driver on first boot on login screen ( TDR ) .

    I am using normal pcie mobo slot. PCIE.

    Also i tested on other psu. Corasir 750 Rmx and Seasonic 850 W Platinum Ultra Titanium.And the same. Pc are not overclocked.

    First plug with new card it just crash on windows 10 login screen and only on first boot. Just event log said: Display driver crash. And its fine. But if i unplug card and plug again new card ,the same crash on login screen on first boot. :) Windows 1903v. On 1809v i dont had that small issue.
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