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Display driver stopped responding and successfully recovered.

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October 25, 2011 8:36:37 AM

Hello, I've been fond of reading this forum for quite a time because recently I built my first rig with the help of this community :)  Anyway, every thing was smooth until I've encountered this error. http://bit.ly/vZtwSl While gaming (Dragon Nest) then after recovering it will occur again every minute or two. But when idle (surfing the net etc.) everything is fine, it just happens when the card is loaded.

I hope you can help me guys,
Sincerely and frustrated

OS: Win7 Ultimate 64-Bit
MoBo: Gigabyte H61M-S2V-B3
CPU: i3 Sandybridge
RAM: 2x4gb
GPU: Radeon HD 5770 512 DDR5
PSU: Imaster Pro 500w

Btw, i've tried re-installing drivers, updating bios, etc.
October 25, 2011 9:02:08 AM

Does that graphics card have a stock cooler, or an after market cooler? (From manufacturer or your own)
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October 25, 2011 11:14:29 AM

Shinobi_III said:
Does that graphics card have a stock cooler, or an after market cooler? (From manufacturer or your own)


I use the stock cooler. When loaded the card reaches 40°C to 50°C and i believe it's pretty normal, no?

werner123 said:
Hi, does this problem occur only when playing dragon nest? if it is it's the game that's at fault, all you can do is to install the latest patches and try older/newer catalyst drivers. Download GAME BOOSTER and run it.
Disable intel speedstep in the bios.
Make sure the GFX card fan is spinning properly, and that the temps are within spec.



Yes, I am sure that the card fan is spinning properly 'cause I monitor it while playing, even the temperature. When the clock speed reaches 850; mem clock 1200 (want_1). That's the time the error occurs. I haven't tried it with a different game yet though. Btw, what is intel speedstep? O.o

Thank you.

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