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anyone chime in on an Nvidia 560ti sli constant "driver has stoped and recovered......"


it is a factory oc'd card (both) but its NOT temps......

i uninstalled the asus gputweak

ive tried shutting down all i can to see it its conflicting software......

ideas appreciated!!

thanx

bTx
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  1. badtaylorx said:
    anyone chime in on an Nvidia 560ti sli constant "driver has stoped and recovered......"


    it is a factory oc'd card (both) but its NOT temps......

    i uninstalled the asus gputweak

    ive tried shutting down all i can to see it its conflicting software......

    ideas appreciated!!

    thanx

    bTx


    In my experience the crashing of the display driver is usually from an unstable card... I'd set the clocks all the way back to reference and test. If stable I'd RMA...
  2. If it's not stable at stock clocks, use Driver Sweeper and reinstall the video drivers.
  3. There can be a number of causes of this problem ranging from a failing GPU card to a failing PSU or faulty memory, motherboard, software problems etc. Locating the exact cause can be tricky and time consuming so good luck.
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    pjmelect said:
    There can be a number of causes of this problem ranging from a failing GPU card to a failing PSU or faulty memory, motherboard, software problems etc. Locating the exact cause can be tricky and time consuming so good luck.


    Display driver crashes are actually pretty easy to figure out... Isolated to the video card, no reaon to complicate it.
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  6. deep down i knew one of the cards was shitting out....

    just didn't want it to be true so i was hoping for something i hadn't thought of.....

    tested the 2ndary card out and what'dya know......no display

    lets see how good calibre's vip program really is


    thanx guys

    bTx
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