REEEEeeeeeeee NVIDIA 1060

  1. ChrisPbass's Avatar
    Posts : 108
    W10 Pro 1909 18363.476
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    REEEEeeeeeeee NVIDIA 1060


    Sorry to have 2 threads going. USE THIS ONE. MODS - delete the other one if you want. I don't see how to do it.

    i uninstalled the updates in the screen cap and its still crashing. I could not uninstall the adobe flash remover update.

    19042.870 is where I am now
    Now my 1060 3Gb freezes my system Plants VS Zombie GW2, a relatively old game and the only one I play

    It started AFTER 1 of these
    I tried NVIDIA's driver and then the one that is stickied here from 3/16 I think.

    EDIT: It must have been one of the 3/26 updates.
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    I have learned that i can uninstall the individual updates so I am ~~ ~
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    Last edited by ChrisPbass; 26 Mar 2021 at 16:48.
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  2. Posts : 1,154
    Windows 10
       #2

    Hold your horses you are tackling this issue all wrong .

    If you believe you have a store point handy to pre the problem starting then i suggest you use it .

    Else you have to be on latest Windows build / updates and latest gpu driver to insure your system is stable despite you thinking its the update that messed it up .

    Then after that you do an : SFC /SCANNOW in a command prompt ran as administrator then report back .

    P.S I quite hope that you have tried restarting your system , unplugging / replugging power as these are the basics but I assume you know about that already .
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  3. zebal's Avatar
    Posts : 906
    Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 (Build: 19042.867)
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    ChrisPbass said:
    Sorry to have 2 threads going. USE THIS ONE. MODS - delete the other one if you want. I don't see how to do it.
    I can't see any relation to driver problem from your description in this thread.

    To me it fees like you have tried out so many potential "fixes" that it's no longer clear what the real issue is.

    This link may help to better present your problem:
    Microsoft Flow Community: How to write a good forum post | by Mark Stokes | Medium
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