Graphics driver crashing to black screen - GT-610

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    If you go to nvidea forums and type in nvlddmkm in the search box,then look for the post by jimbonbon,you will find a comprehensive list of possible solutions.This is a problem,which does not have a quick fix,if any and seems to be a product of Win 10.
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       #62

    Got 2 TDRs and a black screen using Macrium Reflect, gone back to the stable 347.88 driver.
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    joeandmarg0 said:
    If you go to nvidea forums and type in nvlddmkm in the search box,then look for the post by jimbonbon,you will find a comprehensive list of possible solutions.This is a problem,which does not have a quick fix,if any and seems to be a product of Win 10.
    True and certain NVIDIA Chipsets and there drivers.
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    banger said:
    Got 2 TDRs and a black screen using Macrium Reflect, gone back to the stable 347.88 driver.
    Still trying a different driver i thought you were staying with that one 347.88.
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    No I was trying 358.50 but its not stable
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    banger said:
    No I was trying 358.50 but its not stable
    That is one i am using, but my card does have a different chipset then yours and newer Card. I had 610 card in the past with Win 7.
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    banger said:
    No I was trying 358.50 but its not stable
    I'm having the same problem you are. You said you were going back to the old driver that is more stable. I looked at that driver and is doesn't list windows 10 in the compatibility. Can you still use it anyway?
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    Drassielle said:
    I'm having the same problem you are. You said you were going back to the old driver that is more stable. I looked at that driver and is doesn't list windows 10 in the compatibility. Can you still use it anyway?
    Talking about 347.88 ? Was Windows 8.1 Driver.
    Released in March 2015
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    jds63 said:
    Talking about 347.88 ? Was Windows 8.1 Driver.
    Released in March 2015
    Yea that's the one. Both mine and my husband's computer are practically unusable from TDRs. If we have Windows 10, would 347.88 still be considered "stable" as it is for 8.1?
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    Drassielle said:
    Yea that's the one. Both mine and my husband's computer are practically unusable from TDRs. If we have Windows 10, would 347.88 still be considered "stable" as it is for 8.1?
    You have the same graphics card as the thread starter, Banger believe NVIDIA GT 610 ? Seems to be stable for him, not positive this is your exact issue can try. As it is always good to fill in system specs as much as you can here in your profile when posting for us to better assist you.
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