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Your display Driver has stopped responding but has sucessfully recover

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January 4, 2011 7:11:16 AM

This post is bit different from the other guy who was playing WoW...
Spec:
Dell Vostro 430
-i870
-8gb ram (4dim) ddr31333
-PSU: 650w cosair
- GPU:HIS HD 5850

I was barely doing anything, I was just watching youtube video and it happened to me couple of times. I updated driver to most recent one, but problem still occurs. When i play video games like Fallout NV, SC2, BFBC2, and more, it Never occured to me. So i don't know exactly the problem is.
January 4, 2011 12:26:59 PM

Did this just start happening? How often does it happen?

Do a few tests to see if there is any pattern. Are you by any chance using Windows Vista?
January 4, 2011 12:35:54 PM

This problem has nothing to do with drivers. It does it with every single driver out there.

What you can do is, you can increase idle ( sometimes called 2D ) clock speeds a little bit.

My Sapphire Radeon HD5770 gives me that problem message, too, if I do not increase idle core/memory clock speeds from 157/300 to 200/400.

You can try that, too. Open CCC and switch to Overdrive tab. Create a new profile and edit that profile to change 157 to 200 and 300 to 400.

Please note profile method works with CCC 10.11 and 10.12.
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