I'm currently experiencing the dreaded BSOD after running a windows update and loading up SWToR. My display driver started to fail as soon as i started to play SWToR.
These are the things that I have down so far to try and fix the issue.
1. I have unseated the GTX and replaced it.
2. booted into safe mode, uninstalled drivers and ran driver sweeper.
3. rolled back to previous drivers (Nvidia)
4. renamed the nvlddmkm.sys file to nvlddmkm.sys.old and expanded the nvlddmkm.sy from the C:/Nvidia folder
When I boot into safe mode and install the drivers the GTX is visible in my device manager folder, so I would assume that the card is working and this is indeed a driver issue. When I log onto the nvidia site the site will detech my graphics card.
The only thing that i haven't done yet is carry out a full reinstallation of my OS, but after reading other peoples posts this does not seem to work either.
ASUS P8Z68-V/GEN3 Mobo
G7 780 PSU (this is a week old)
INTEL i7 3.06
ASUS GTX 660 TI (this is 2 weeks old)
Cyborg G7 Keyboard
Windows 7 SP1
LG Flatron Monitor - HDMI Input
Eveything i try to boot the screen will show the windows logo but then the csreen will flicker, the monitor will switch from power saver mode to normal and then the BSOD will appear. I managed to take a camera picture for someone to look at.
If this started with a Windows update, go back to the last restore point before it was installed.
Click the start button and type "Restore" in Search programs and files.
Click "System Restore"
Use the wizard to select a restore point.
If this isn't the issue, then you may have an issue with the graphics card.
Ensure the graphics card PCI-E power is connected.
Set any overclocked components back to stock values.
You state that your video card is only two weeks old.
Does that mean you completely installed Windows from scratch two weeks ago?
Have you tried ticking the "Clean Install" option when installing the latest Nvidia drivers?