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Nv4_disp.dll BSOD HELP

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May 19, 2012 1:37:50 PM

Many BSOD due to nv4_disp.dll. I removed all nVidia drivers to minimize the BSODs, but that isn't a fix. How to I completely remove what's causing the problems? I googled nv4_disp.dll for help, but no joy.

Thank you in advance for any help, advice, or solutions you can provide.

Bob

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May 19, 2012 2:20:08 PM

Are you sure you removed(uninstall) everything related to the Nvidia video card? Drivers and Nvidia control panel ?
If U did , you shouldn't get the BSOD anymore. :??: 

If U can't get to Windows , use safe mode or vga mode.
A more drastic measure would be to rename the file , or change its extension.

Then, once in Windows, try downloading another version of the driver.

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May 19, 2012 9:03:29 PM

me 1 said:
Are you sure you removed(uninstall) everything related to the Nvidia video card? Drivers and Nvidia control panel ?
If U did , you shouldn't get the BSOD anymore. :??: 

If U can't get to Windows , use safe mode or vga mode.
A more drastic measure would be to rename the file , or change its extension.

Then, once in Windows, try downloading another version of the driver.

:hello: 



Thank you for the help. Once again I uninstalled the nVidia drivers AND the control panel. I then installed older drivers, 275.33, and that seems to have eliminated the BSODs. Now, perhaps, I can search for ways to get rid of the original problem.

Bob
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October 15, 2013 7:20:47 AM

Hi there. Over the last few weeks I have been on the infinite loop regarding the nv4_disp.dll error. Its been driving me crazy, but now it seems to have been fixed. These are the steps that I done regarding information online that fixed the error. If I was to start from scratch with the info I know now this is what I would do.

1) Download regcure and clean up your system registry.
2) Download and burn to disk memtest to check for bad ram.
3) Uninstall all nvidia drivers using control panel then using driver sweeper to remove all hidden files.
4) Before rebooting I take out one of your ram and run memtest for indivial sticks. (This is what fixed my problems. I had 1706 errors for stick)
5) If there are any errors remove the stick thats causing the problem.
6) Reboot your computer then download New nvidia drivers preferably the BETA versions.

The BSOD was only caused when running Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 4. But the game only requires 1GB of ram. I'm still yet to try a game that requires 2gb Ram. I have a feeling that when I do try a game with 2gb the same error will occur, but when I try I'l let the forum know.

I hope this helps someone cut down the time spent trying to fix the error.
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