Sign-in / Sign-up
Your question
Solved

NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M Error code 43 (Not working)

Tags:
  • Support
  • Nvidia
  • Dell
  • Geforce
  • Graphics
  • Inspiron
Last response: in Graphics Cards
April 23, 2014 2:01:21 PM

Cross-post from the Dell support forum since I feel as there is a bigger posibility that I will get an answer here.

Laptop model: Dell Inspiron 7720
Card: NVIDIA GeForce 650M

---------------------------------------------

Yo.

I sent my laptop in for repair and got it back little more than a week ago. However, I was gonna play some games today and I got alerted by the gameclient that:



"That's odd, I thought. Why would it use the Intel one.."

So I went into Device Manager and yeah, the NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M reported errorcode 43 (not working).



So yeah, I just got it back from repair and it's not working. I didn't send it in for repair for this problem, but it's still annoying that something is always wrong with this laptop.

Does anyone have a clue what might be wrong here? Can anyone link me to any specific drivers that might fix this? I hope to god that this isn't a hardware issue.

Edit:



wut.


Edit #2:
DxDiag

More about : nvidia geforce 650m error code working

April 24, 2014 3:06:21 AM

have you tried to remove the drivers and install the latest from Nvidia?
m
0
l
a b Î Nvidia
April 24, 2014 3:15:41 AM

hi mypcsucks ,
what version of windows are you running and 32 or 64 bit
m
0
l
Related resources
April 25, 2014 12:19:50 PM

theadler said:
have you tried to remove the drivers and install the latest from Nvidia?

Hello. Yes I have tried installing older drivers, drivers provided by dell, and newest drivers from Nvidia. Nothing works. And yes, I did uninstall the device first as well from the Device Manager and tried again. Still didn't work.

mickypheonix said:
hi mypcsucks ,
what version of windows are you running and 32 or 64 bit

I am running Windows 8.1 64-bit
m
0
l

Best solution

a b Î Nvidia
April 25, 2014 6:52:38 PM

i would suggest going into the control panel and removing anything nvidia through add or remove programs.
then install the following driver ,
geforce 335.23 driver-WHQL
http://www.geforce.com/drivers
not sure if the link will show correct drivers for you if not select manual driver search geforce/600m series-notebooks/geforce gt650M/windows 864bit and search and you will find geforce 335.23 driver-WHQL listed below

Share
April 26, 2014 11:56:43 AM

mickypheonix said:
i would suggest going into the control panel and removing anything nvidia through add or remove programs.
then install the following driver ,
geforce 335.23 driver-WHQL
http://www.geforce.com/drivers
not sure if the link will show correct drivers for you if not select manual driver search geforce/600m series-notebooks/geforce gt650M/windows 864bit and search and you will find geforce 335.23 driver-WHQL listed below



Hello again, micky.
I tried the earlier and it didn't work. I tried again now just to be sure, but the error 43 still shows up. I'm beginning to suspect hardware issues.
m
0
l
December 31, 2014 7:19:05 AM

MyPCSucks said:
mickypheonix said:
i would suggest going into the control panel and removing anything nvidia through add or remove programs.
then install the following driver ,
geforce 335.23 driver-WHQL
http://www.geforce.com/drivers
not sure if the link will show correct drivers for you if not select manual driver search geforce/600m series-notebooks/geforce gt650M/windows 864bit and search and you will find geforce 335.23 driver-WHQL listed below



Hello again, micky.
I tried the earlier and it didn't work. I tried again now just to be sure, but the error 43 still shows up. I'm beginning to suspect hardware issues.




I'm assuming you've already solved it, but I was cancelling update to Win 8.1 till yesterday...i got code 43 a problems with SLI right after upgrade..and yes..problem was Win 8.1...but solution wasnt hard in fact..I have lenovo and i found almost everything on lenovo support even with manual..:)  so you might fix it with support from manfctr or spend some time ggling...
I hope your pc is in better shape now...
m
0
l
May 24, 2015 8:54:25 AM

Try updating BIOS. It worked like a charm for me. Not only did the error disappear, the graphic card is working and you can actually access the Nvidia Control Panel!
m
0
l