Nv4_disp dll blue screen

Hello,
3.11 Dual core AMD Athelon, ASUS m2n mb, geforce 9600gt 1gb, 4gb ram (brand new ram) 680w power supply, windows xp pro. only bsod i get now is the NV4_disp.dll while running lotro. It seems the bsod only happens while playing games.
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  1. You probably need to update your graphics driver. That error is pointing to the NVidia display driver. You can get the updated driver here.
    http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us&ptid=1&psid=51&pid=0
  2. I did update the most current driver (10-25-10) I thought it was ram based since I was getting the page fault error as well, but since I switched the Ram I only get the NV4 error and only during game play, where I was getting the page fault and others randomly. I disabled my old sound card as well as I use a usb headset now. The exact code I get is

    NV4_DISP.DLL address BD548549 base at BD012000 Datestamp 4cb9d749
    STOP 0X0000007E (0xc0000005, 0XBD548549,0XAF909BD0, 0XAF9098CC)

    I am running SP3, I had this same configuration before and before the recent crashes starting approx Dec 2 with an AVG file which I have removed. Could it be my graphics card itself? this is crazy
  3. Boot into safe mode, and use driver sweeper to remove all graphics drivers.
    http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/

    Then try reinstalling the most recent driver.

    If that doesn't solve the issue, try a BIOS update.
  4. aford10 said:
    Boot into safe mode, and use driver sweeper to remove all graphics drivers.
    http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/

    Then try reinstalling the most recent driver.

    If that doesn't solve the issue, try a BIOS update.


    Now I am getting Page Fault bsod again, but I have not gotten the usb.sys again. Could it be my motherboard? or my video card?
  5. That can be caused by a few things. I would start by running with 1 RAM chip at a time, or scanning with memtest86.
  6. aford10 said:
    That can be caused by a few things. I would start by running with 1 RAM chip at a time, or scanning with memtest86.



    Tested with 1 ram at a time did the same bsod each time. I cant test the Ram on my video card though (it has a 1G chip) but my video card is a geforce 9600gt 1G, I did realize that the company I used to build the cpu did put a sparkle brand video card in there? I wonder if that is a bad card.
  7. You can test the video card with Furmark.
    http://www.ozone3d.net/benchmarks/fur/
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