dxgkrnl.sys dxgmms1.sys nvlddmkm.sys bsod

Ok so i recently got some new harddrives and they worked fine, about 14 days after i started to get BSOD when i played wow once in a while, and now its within 5min after i start using my Nvidia GPU, the problem legit never happens unless i use my Nvidia graphics card if i just use the onboard its stable and extremely slow but never crashes.

One thing to note, when i open dxdiag i get the following message "dxdiag has detected there might be a problem accessing direct3d"

http://gyazo.com/81d12b37356e0328bb17a2b6fa17b515 <-- pic of Bluescreen viewer
http://gyazo.com/529f93ecd5ac9c1b77f00fb1f8cd42e9 <----- Speccy Screenshot (while gaming)
http://www.speedyshare.com/SS2ZU/062914-7519-01.dmp <---- Dumb file

Things tried:
Driver sweeper + reinstalling newest gpu driver and directx driver
Driver sweeper + reinstalling MSI's own gpu driver
Updating Directx 11
running SFC /runnow

Specs:

Windows 7 home premium 64-bit (6.1 build 7601)
MSI GT60 0NSR
Intel(R) core(TM) i7-3610qm CPU @ 2.30ghz
8192mb RAM
Directx 11

I really want this to work.
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  1. Try a System Restore back to when it was working OK. If that doesn't work -

    Got a recovery disk with it? Can you do a 'factory reset'?
  2. i7Baby said:
    Try a System Restore back to when it was working OK. If that doesn't work -

    Got a recovery disk with it? Can you do a 'factory reset'?


    Issue is i just got new harddrives so it never actaully "worked" i didnt get to use it that long. but tbh i think the next part is to just factory reset. but the issue is that if i do a factory reset and just install the issue again :/
  3. If it comes back I'll think of something else eg re-install Windows - which will wipe everything there and then put it back to how it was when you first got it.

    Try your recovery disk seeing as you can't do a System Restore.
  4. Problem still persists :(
  5. What happened when you tried your recovery disk?

    Did you get to do a System Restore?

    Can you do a factory reset? Read your manual.
  6. I formated and reinstalled windows, drivers, programs and games. but still get BSOD :( all installation went fairly smooth :)
  7. Post your build.

    Will Windows run at all?

    If so, do a Checkdisk and a virus scan.
  8. i7Baby said:
    Post your build.

    Will Windows run at all?

    If so, do a Checkdisk and a virus scan.


    what do you want dxdiag or msinfo ? already ran a checkdisk and multiple virus scans :p
  9. All you can do with a laptop is factory reset, use their recovery disk or re-install windows (wipe the drive)
  10. ok this is what i have tried

    1) I've tried to reinstall windows (COMPLETE WIPE)
    2) tried Nvidias own driver, beta + game drivers and directx
    3) deactivating sound drivers
    4) ran ram and hdd tests
    5) checked if the power to my laptop was efficient 19v+ as it should be
    6) deactivated HiD mouse driver

    nothing has worked and im all out of ideas :(
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