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Getting a message that says Nvidia Windows Kernel Mode Driver 320.49 has crashed.

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July 26, 2013 8:38:48 PM

I've been getting that Windows message pop-up for a few days now. I have no idea why or what to do about it. My laptop has also been freezing ever since I've been getting that message too and I don't know why or how to fix it. Are the two problems related?

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July 26, 2013 9:20:38 PM

Steven Mal said:
I've been getting that Windows message pop-up for a few days now. I have no idea why or what to do about it. My laptop has also been freezing ever since I've been getting that message too and I don't know why or how to fix it. Are the two problems related?

Sounds like your graphics drivers are crashing for whatever reason. The following should resolve your issue (please make sure you have integrated graphics).
1. Uninstall your graphics card drivers (should be in the control panel under something like "NVIDIA GPU Drivers 320.49").
2. Download or start DriverSweeper (http://www.guru3d.com/content_page/guru3d_driver_sweepe...) and remove any remanents of the drivers you just uninstalled.
3. Restart your PC.
4. Install latest drivers and restart your PC.
5. ????????
6. Profit
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July 27, 2013 12:16:39 AM

How do I find out if I have an integrated graphics card? My laptop is an Alienware m18x with an Nvidia GTX 460m.
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July 27, 2013 1:16:04 AM

Steven Mal said:
How do I find out if I have an integrated graphics card? My laptop is an Alienware m18x with an Nvidia GTX 460m.

Find your CPU model (most likely an i5/i7, look it up (at ark.intel.com or Google), and find the spec about the integrated graphics.
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