Display Driver nvlddmkm stopped responding -- FIX--


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Guest

Dwain:
I have this problem, but I am not a "techie". Where do I find
windows/system32/drivers on my system. I can follow your instructions once I
get there, but I don't see anything on my system that looks like that.
 
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joe miles

I have just followed the guide on how to repair the vlddmkm file the process was successful however after i restarted the computer the same problem still accures. please can you help as this roblem is soo anoying

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Guest

Chisai Hana said:
Dwain:
I have this problem, but I am not a "techie". Where do I find
windows/system32/drivers on my system. I can follow your instructions once I
get there, but I don't see anything on my system that looks like that.
 
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Frenchy

TheDragonfly said:
* Running an eVGA 8800 Ultra 768mb Superclocked

Also when I first got this machine my mate got an identical machine
(Same time, same place, same order.), yet he does not have this display
driver problem. We compared everything we can think of and we know a
reasonble amount about computers, we both have no clue as to what to do
to fix this issue. Any ideas?

Do you both have identical Power Supplies? These suckers need plenty of
juice, so are your peripherals consuming your load?

Have the extra internal connections for power been made correctly on yours?

Frenchy
 
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john.intihar

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Good info Lissa but I thinkVista'sadmin system is good because it sets it
"tight" as default first off and you control the relaxation of those
controls to others. This is a steal off Linux who have always done that and
there you use the sudo release.

Note, these fixes didn't work for me, but I found another solution.
It turns out that heat was the root cause for me. I struggled with
this for months until I was purposely cranking up the heat in my room
above 90 degrees F. I found that my laptop cpu would peg at 100% with
kernel times above 80%. There was no clear culprit process hogging
the cpu. The laptop was unusable and the display driver would
sometimes fail. When I switched to AC, and quickly cooled down the
laptop, the kernel processing dropped quickly and the system operated
normally. A few more random-length cycles, and eureka!
 
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Note, these fixes didn't work for me, but I found another solution.
It turns out that heat was the root cause for me. I struggled with
this for months until I was purposely cranking up the heat in my room
above 90 degrees F. I found that my laptop cpu would peg at 100% with
kernel times above 80%. There was no clear culprit process hogging
the cpu. The laptop was unusable and the display driver would
sometimes fail. When I switched to AC, and quickly cooled down the
laptop, the kernel processing dropped quickly and the system operated
normally. A few more random-length cycles, and eureka!

If its an Intel CPU, then they slow down as they get too hot.
Its Intel's way of reducing the power so the temp stays safer while still
allowing the machine to limp along.
This would show up as vista getting slower and slower and using 100% CPU.
Over clocked machines can suffer from it but the owners often just blame the
software for getting slower as they use it.
 
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Adam Albright

If its an Intel CPU, then they slow down as they get too hot.
Its Intel's way of reducing the power so the temp stays safer while still
allowing the machine to limp along.
This would show up as vista getting slower and slower and using 100% CPU.
Over clocked machines can suffer from it but the owners often just blame the
software for getting slower as they use it.

You insist on blubbering on topics you know nothing about don't you
Dennis. In that regard you're just like the newsgroup idiot Frank.

I've overclocked all kinds of systems for over a decade, most Intel
NONE ran hot. Again, it depends on if you know what you're doing or
not.

For the OP, if you built your own, I'll give you odds you used too
much heat conducting compound between the CPU and heat sink. Too much
is as bad, actually worse then too little.

This system, one fairly aggressively overclocked even under stress
never gets hotter than 82F ever rendering a video all night long.
 
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Frank

Adam said:
You insist on blubbering on topics you know nothing about don't you
Dennis. In that regard you're just like the newsgroup idiot Frank.

I've overclocked all kinds of systems for over a decade, most Intel
NONE ran hot. Again, it depends on if you know what you're doing or
not.

You're a stupid ignorant fool. By making such an totally false statement
you've just proved it once again.
Taking computer advice from a idiot like who can't even get one little
install of Vista business to run correctly would be the worst thing
anyone could ever do.
You've demonstrated absolutely no knowledge at all of computers.
For the OP, if you built your own, I'll give you odds you used too
much heat conducting compound between the CPU and heat sink. Too much
is as bad, actually worse then too little.

This system, one fairly aggressively overclocked even under stress
never gets hotter than 82F ever rendering a video all night long.

Liar!
Frank
 
Adam Albright said:
You insist on blubbering on topics you know nothing about don't you
Dennis. In that regard you're just like the newsgroup idiot Frank.

I've overclocked all kinds of systems for over a decade, most Intel
NONE ran hot. Again, it depends on if you know what you're doing or
not.

Oh do shut up.
You are begining to bore me.
How else do you explain the problem occurring when its hot do the fairies
come out?
For the OP, if you built your own, I'll give you odds you used too
much heat conducting compound between the CPU and heat sink. Too much
is as bad, actually worse then too little.

So its getting too hot then!
You really are stupid.
Why don't you stop jumping in and think for a few seconds so you don't act
so stupid?
All you do with your constant attacks is lay yourself open to attack and its
damn hard not doing it!
This system, one fairly aggressively overclocked even under stress
never gets hotter than 82F ever rendering a video all night long.

Specs please?
 
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Adam Albright

Oh do shut up.
You are begining to bore me.
How else do you explain the problem occurring when its hot do the fairies
come out?

Temper, temper Dennis. Remember you're trying to pass yourself off as
some all knowing expert. You're not suppose to let a "troll" get your
shorts all tied up in knots.

Memo to Dennis: Your act isn't working and you're starting to sound
just as phony as Frank, our resident dingbat.
 
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Frank

Adam said:
Temper, temper Dennis. Remember you're trying to pass yourself off as
some all knowing expert. You're not suppose to let a "troll" get your
shorts all tied up in knots.

Memo to Dennis: Your act isn't working and you're starting to sound
just as phony as Frank, our resident dingbat.


Careful big mouth, you're starting to babble like the fool you are.
Idiot!
Frank
 
Adam Albright said:
Temper, temper Dennis. Remember you're trying to pass yourself off as
some all knowing expert. You're not suppose to let a "troll" get your
shorts all tied up in knots.

Why do you get the impression I am trying to pass myself off as an expert in
anything?
I have already stated that I am not.
I know its hard for you not to think of everyone else as being more expert
than you there must be something that you know what you are talking about.
Memo to Dennis: Your act isn't working and you're starting to sound
just as phony as Frank, our resident dingbat.

I think I have already told you that I think you are crazy.. you are just
confirming it.
 
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Vista User

See Inline:

Adam Albright said:
You insist on blubbering on topics you know nothing about don't you
Dennis. In that regard you're just like the newsgroup idiot Frank.

I've overclocked all kinds of systems for over a decade, most Intel
NONE ran hot. Again, it depends on if you know what you're doing or
not.

Overclocking will ALWAYS produce more heat. That is a fact. Don't believe me
look it up.
For the OP, if you built your own, I'll give you odds you used too
much heat conducting compound between the CPU and heat sink. Too much
is as bad, actually worse then too little.

Did you read the post. Its a laptop. I would highley doubt he built it
himself


This system, one fairly aggressively overclocked even under stress
never gets hotter than 82F ever rendering a video all night long.

82F Lets see that would be about 10F over ambient. I don't think so. Can you
post a screen shot?
 
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Adam Albright

Why do you get the impression I am trying to pass myself off as an expert in
anything?
I have already stated that I am not.

Finally, something we can agree on. For sure, you're no expert. Glad
that's settled. So you'll agree to stop your silly pontificating now?
 
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Adam Albright

Tell us all about overclocking that doesn't raise the CPU temp.
ROTFLMAO!
Frank

Again Frank proves why I call him an idiot. As you can see I didn't
say overclocking wouldn't raise the temperature, only that the result
of overclocking didn't cause the CPU or memory to run hot.

Damn Frank, I'm starting to feel sorry for you, you're so damn stupid.
 
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Vista User said:
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Overclocking will ALWAYS produce more heat. That is a fact. Don't believe
me look it up.


Did you read the post. Its a laptop. I would highley doubt he built it
himself




82F Lets see that would be about 10F over ambient. I don't think so. Can
you post a screen shot?

I cant see him posting that or the specs I asked for.
If he did we might see that its all in his imagination.
 

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