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  1. banger's Avatar
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       #31

    With 22 sep driver nvidia control panel wouldnt show so I thought it had been removed but latest driver 7 oct fixes this.
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  2. jds63's Avatar
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       #32

    banger said:
    With 22 sep driver nvidia control panel wouldnt show so I thought it had been removed but latest driver 7 oct fixes this.
    Gonna say, always had NVIDIA Control panel on all driver version, wondering when i install new version.
    Here is the release notes on the new version driver, if into reading a lot. http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...ease-notes.pdf
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  3. jds63's Avatar
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       #33

    Just installed new driver, see no issues so far.
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  4. banger's Avatar
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       #34

    No TDRs at desktop level or black screen crashes so marking as solved as stability seems ok.
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  5. jds63's Avatar
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    banger said:
    No TDRs at desktop level or black screen crashes so marking as solved as stability seems ok.
    Good to know, hope it is resolved. NVIDIA updates often.
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  6. MrNeeds's Avatar
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    @jds63, I have just installed windows 10 and this very issue is what I'm suffering with, TDR with no hope for a fix, just crashes to black screen and reboots without recovering the driver, so frustrating, on driver 358.50 for w10, any luck on yours?
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  7. banger's Avatar
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       #37

    Solved for me, make sure you do a clean install of the driver
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  8. DustSailor's Avatar
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       #38

    MrNeeds said:
    @jds63, I have just installed windows 10 and this very issue is what I'm suffering with, TDR with no hope for a fix, just crashes to black screen and reboots without recovering the driver, so frustrating, on driver 358.50 for w10, any luck on yours?
    Often a clean install of Windows will fix this (clean slate from previous leftovers). If you're up for it: Windows 10 - Clean Install - Windows 10 Forums

    You could alternatively try uninstalling the driver, restarting, installing the new via CUSTOM INSTALL and selecting perform a clean install when presented with the checkbox.
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  9. banger's Avatar
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       #39

    Just had a TDR looking at facebook

    Several in a row now.

    Turned off hardware acceleration in firefox to see if thats the cause. Been fine since 7 Oct
    Last edited by banger; 10 Oct 2015 at 16:04.
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  10. MrNeeds's Avatar
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       #40

    Is it just a black screen and forced reboot with no info whatsoever? It's literally driving me mad!


    DustSailor said:
    Often a clean install of Windows will fix this (clean slate from previous leftovers). If you're up for it:
    DustSailor said:
    Windows 10 - Clean Install - Windows 10 Forums

    You could alternatively try uninstalling the driver, restarting, installing the new via CUSTOM INSTALL and selecting perform a clean install when presented with the checkbox.

    This is a clean install of windows 10 after the upgrade became corrupted, running off the sandisk ssd in my specs below.

    He's the progress I've made upto now: Random black screen and restart, bugcheck 0x0000116 in event viewer
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