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DISPLAY DRIVER AMD HAS STOPPED RESPONDING AND HAS SUCCESSFULLY RECOVERED

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July 9, 2010 6:05:43 PM

Hello, I'm frequenty getting the error "DISPLAY DRIVER AMD HAS STOPPED RESPONDING AND HAS SUCCESSFULLY RECOVERED" with both Windows 7 64/32 Bit and even Windows Vista 32 Bit. I'm getting very frustrated and annoyed. I'm running a XFX 1gb DDR5 5770 graphics card. PLEASE HELP =(

the screen will freeze, go white then black frequently when running a few programs. This error didn't even happen on XP.

ps i have not overclocked, and nothing is overheating.
July 9, 2010 7:30:34 PM

please list your full system spec's.
July 9, 2010 7:32:17 PM

It's a known issue, you can try googling it... Unfortunately I can't help much more than to say I've only had that after overclocks.
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July 9, 2010 7:56:07 PM

CPU- AMD AM3 Phenom II x4 955Be 3.2ghz

MOBO - Gigabyte 880GM-USB3

GPU - XFX Radeon 1GB DDR5 5770

RAM - 2x2GB G.Skill 1600mhz

PSU - Seasonic M12 II 80plus Bronze 520watts

HDD - Seagate SATA 500gb and WD 1.5TB SATA
July 9, 2010 8:12:30 PM

That normally means that you have old unwanted leftover driver files that need to be deleted. Have you checked for unwanted files using driver-sweeper?
July 12, 2010 7:13:25 AM

Hung07 said:
Hello, I'm frequenty getting the error "DISPLAY DRIVER AMD HAS STOPPED RESPONDING AND HAS SUCCESSFULLY RECOVERED" with both Windows 7 64/32 Bit and even Windows Vista 32 Bit. I'm getting very frustrated and annoyed. I'm running a XFX 1gb DDR5 5770 graphics card. PLEASE HELP =(

the screen will freeze, go white then black frequently when running a few programs. This error didn't even happen on XP.

ps i have not overclocked, and nothing is overheating.



I would boot up in safemode before the OS Screen boots up, after the Post Screen is done testing in DOS, and hit the Button F8. Select VGA Mode 640x480 and Uninstall your drivers in control panel, than reboot PC and Reinstall Drivers!
July 12, 2010 2:07:18 PM

I FIGURED IT OUT AND FIXED IT!!!

go into the CCC (catalyst control centre) and go into Overdrive . it's in the tab in the top left hand corner. unlock the box so you can change increase the idle mhz. these 5 series cards have an idel speed of 157/300 (which is way to slow to run 3d apps) . it's low because of some software with ati that is meant to save power but it interferes with with a TDR thing which power downs the vga. move the sliders around until the mhz show something around 400/1200! i've run max reso games and no crashes =D
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November 8, 2010 7:04:56 PM

sorry i dont get it all i have in ati control center is
gpu clock settings 550 -750 mhz
and memory closk 500-1125 mhz
gpu clock 400mhz and memory clock 900mzh
tnx 4 anwser
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November 8, 2010 10:03:43 PM

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sorry i dont get it all i have in ati control center is
gpu clock settings 550 -750 mhz
and memory closk 500-1125 mhz
gpu clock 400mhz and memory clock 900mzh
tnx 4 anwser

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