Windows 10: Nvidia Geforce GTX 770 - unable to recover from a kernel exception
Nvidia Geforce GTX 770 - unable to recover from a kernel exception
For the past couple of weeks I have been receiving a crash on and off, mostly while browsing, my screen will go black and then come back on a short time later with the error "Nvidia Display Driver Stopped Responding and Has Recovered"
From a bit of searching and past experiences, I have found that this is apparently a long lasting problem that few people have been able to fix, most people seem to say it is an Nvidia driver issue, because of this I didn't think much of it.
However today while playing multiple games, I have received another crash I haven't received before:
My screen goes black for a bit, before coming back on and then displaying the crash shown, followed by an error to say that the game I was playing at the time has stopped working.
Today Is the first time I have seen this crash, but the crash has occurred at least 4 times today.
As mentioned I wasn't too worried about the first crash I was receiving but after receiving this new crash today (unable to recover from a kernel exception) I am a bit more worried that maybe my GPU is starting to fail.
I am currently running the latest Nvidia drivers for my GPU and running Windows 10 64-bit, any help on what may be causing these crashes or any tests I could do to help get to the bottom of what may be causing these crashes would be greatly appreciated.
Im not the best at GPU troubleshooting so even with a program I don't know what to look for other than temperature.
thanks in advance,
Last edited by prizna; 28 Feb 2016 at 03:11.
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