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Whenever i play any games (or run anything that requires the gpu) the application would crash and i would get this error

nvidiadrivercrashingub9.th.jpg

 

I only played Quake4 and Fear up till now. I googled this and i found that many other people are getting this problem. I tried disabling SLI as that has fixed the problem for other people but it did not for me.

i am running Vista ultimate 64bit if that would help.

 

Thank you in advanced.

 

 

edit:

i just got a BsOd thanks to this problem. i am really disparate now for any fix.

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i already checked that forum out but thanks any ways.

 

and thanks about my rig . i am currently running an old acer crt that i got from my dad but i am looking for a dell 2407 here so i can run at 1920x1200 rez.

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i fixed the problem 19days ago thanx to this post http://tbreak.com/forums/showthread.php?t=...ht=vista+update in tbreak. The error still apeers but i finish at least a couple of levels of FEAR by the time that happens again (and i take my sweet time when i play). Though the error still apears when i play Quake 4 the only game that i have that is Open GL (the only game that i have other than FEAR actually).

 

 

Oh and can a mod place the "resolved"tags around the thread title.

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i fixed the problem 19days ago thanx to this post http://tbreak.com/forums/showthread.php?t=...ht=vista+update in tbreak. The error still apeers but i finish at least a couple of levels of FEAR by the time that happens again (and i take my sweet time when i play). Though the error still apears when i play Quake 4 the only game that i have that is Open GL (the only game that i have other than FEAR actually).

 

 

Oh and can a mod place the "resolved"tags around the thread title.

 

You could always try the "163.44" beta drivers...

 

http://www.nzone.com/object/nzone_download...betadriver.html

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OK around a month ago i started getting this problem again ever since i reformatted my pc (my "friend" used my pc to watch some pron and i got a virus). I tried to contact nvidia directly and i got no reply, The Microsoft employees in Kuwait think that the problem is that my hardware is not compatible with vista (i did not even tell them my hardware or my problem they just jumped to that conclusion without me describing anything). I tried using this http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=518749 but it did not help. now i am stuck with a ultimate monster of a pc that Bsods within seconds of playing almost any game and crysis is about to be released(i pre-ordered it).

 

i now have more games and i noticed that different games have different running times

Crysis demo: milliseconds in dx10 15 minutes in dx9 then bsod

world in conflict: seconds to a couple of minutes then pc just hangs no bsod just beeping.

prey:never crashed though i did not play it for longer than 30 minutes a time.

quake4:an hour - an hour and a half then i just get a C++ runtime error.

Timeshift demo: usually crashes near the end (30 minutes) and i just crash to desktop.

Call of duty four demo: crashes the exact same point (when i am told to put the night vision) dependent on how long i play it then bsod.

FEAR: takes like 10-20 minutes then i get a C++runtime error.

 

can anybody help me..

 

oh and i am running on the 169.04 beta drivers now.

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