Windows 10: Display Driver Stopped Responding and Has Recovered

  1.    13 Jul 2016 #1

    Display Driver Stopped Responding and Has Recovered


    So, it happened yesterday first time to me, never before. I have this desktop for about 8-9 months so i don't think it is outdated or something?
    It happened when i was in game ( wow, maximul quality) for a few seconds, the monitor turned black and the led which is blue while it's ON turned orange ( no signal from motherboard i guess).
    I tried almost everything for this threat, from uninstalling the driver and download the latest one to create a TdrDelay. None of this worked, i reformated it, useless.

    i want to mention that i tried to clean the dust with a vacuum cleaner, well, how much i could ( only holes i could vacuum) because it is sealed, if i break it i lose the guarantee.

    So, any ideas how i could fix this problem? To send it to a service for a professional clean or something? ( I bought this system from a city 2h away and if i have to send it will be a hell { no car} )

    Now, if i enter in any game it freezes completly and i have to restart it..
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  2.    13 Jul 2016 #2

    Do you get any artifacts?

    Your graphic card is probably dying or maybe the power supply..

    Use hwmonitor or something similar and check the gpu temp.

    If you can't test the GPU on another system send it to warranty..
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       13 Jul 2016 #3

    Hi Iosif and welcome to TenForums!

    Did you check Event Viewer to check what caused this? Could be related to drivers, although you reinstalled them. Try to locate a specific file which is responsible.
    I've seen this before, but mostly with AMD graphic cards.
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  4.    14 Jul 2016 #4

    1. The led shows as blue is normal, and then turned to orange means the monitor has no signal. So you can try to reboot the computer, and then reinstall the display driver, after that enter one game to have a test. If it cannot solve your problem, try to use another graphic to have a try.

    2. If the led shows as the orange, check if the computer is running. If the computer is running, it is the monitor problem. Check the Monitor cable.

    3. Check the CPU fan. If the CPU fan runs slow, maybe it caused the high CPU temperature.
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  5.    14 Jul 2016 #5

    open the case and make sure the fan on the GTX750 is running ...if it has one? the card maybe overheating

    if you can't open cos of guarantee you have no choice but to return it to the Store and let them do it , besides it likely has 1yr warranty so let them do it.....
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