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Had this issue this morning, and reinstalled drivers as a first solution. my computer has recently decided to show nothing but a blank screen after the windows load screen has finished. I PLUG THE HUB BACK INTO THE SIDE OF THE NOTEBOOK, SIGN IN, & BOOT INTO MY USER NO PROBS. How can I reload the driver when I can't see anything. have a peek here

From there I used the system restore option to reset to an auto recovery point made yesterday. Combat Medic View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Combat Medic Find Threads by Combat Medic 11-26-2009, 12:04 AM #4 EvilSheep37 Guest Posts: n/a Quote: Originally Posted Just plugged the other monitors back in and so far so good. This worked and very easy to do.

Blue Screen After Installing New Graphics Card

So if the BIOS tweak does not work for you, *maybe* a workaround is to ensure the display device is on first. After googling I tried various things: - First went on installing all the other drivers and updated the BIOS, since it was a brand new system on a fresh install. I would appreciate any ideas on how to get the screen back to some form of display.

This is a small clip that sits in pins on the back of the hard drive. I was stressing so much! it never happened brfore Reply driver helper says June 23, 2015 at 12:38 pm Have you recently installed anything or started using game/ program that is more graphic-demanding? Bsod After Installing Graphics Driver This goes for motherboards and the bios too.Try ccc 12.4 there was a few 6000 series updates that might help.

Once in Windows, I uninstalled the existing driver (didn't need any drive sweeper/cleaner tools) then reinstalled 362.00 (advanced options, clean install, no 3D stuff), rebooted, and all was well. Graphics Card Blue Screen Windows 7 Helpful +9 Report Darrian Nov 30, 2008 at 07:11 AM well I had the same problem I pushed the on/off button a few times and windows poped up, so give it I would appreciate any advice you have! Bulletbrain7 View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Bulletbrain7 Find Threads by Bulletbrain7 11-26-2009, 12:19 PM #10 Combat Medic Banned Join Date: Aug 2009 Reputation: 34 Posts:

If you can return the card for something else it might be easier than tracking down the conflict somewhere and it can be hard to find, do you have nero installed Blue Screen After Installing Video Card Driver Windows BSOD after new GPU install Started by maksoka , Apr 01 2012 12:31 PM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply 15 replies to this permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]MasterPont 0 points1 point2 points 10 months ago(0 children)Really? right one is here CHKDSK /P /R But Thanks for the Help.

  1. I assumed it was drivers, or lack of drivers, as I had gone from an NVidia card to an AMD, but after going through reboot after reboot, and changing drivers, and
  2. Only works if i boot with HDMI then switch to displayport once i'm in windows..fucking bullshit.
  3. Couldn't even boot my computer until I went into the BIOS and changed the output to my onboard and reinstalled 362.00.
  4. I think originally what happened, was I deleted some temp files yesterday.
  5. Kwiki View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Kwiki Find Threads by Kwiki 11-26-2009, 12:03 PM #9 Bulletbrain7 Join Date: Mar 2009 Reputation: 77 Posts: 1,341 Umm,
  6. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]Mercyfulfate1988 0 points1 point2 points 10 months ago(3 children)What files?
  7. Single monitor, WIN 10, Nvidia GeForce GTX 960.
  8. I just yolo express installed these drivers after reading this thread and I didn't have any issues.

Graphics Card Blue Screen Windows 7

when chckdsk completes, type exit then try booting again. 4. I must then go into the Boot screen from launch and system restore to a previous point. Blue Screen After Installing New Graphics Card It's starting to sound like reinstalling my OS is not the correct solution but rather replacing my faulty RAM. Black Screen After Installing Nvidia Driver Thread Tools Display Modes 11-25-2009, 11:38 PM #1 EvilSheep37 Guest Posts: n/a HELP diagnose: Display Artifacts, BSOD, Driver/Video Card Issue?

If it not on the list check the manufacturer's website fo an up to date XP driver, if they don't have one you may be out of luck. navigate here permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]randomguy301048 3 points4 points5 points 10 months ago(2 children)so glad i wasn't the only one with this issue. The "new hardware" detected sound cycled 10 times as monitors were bilking. Fortunately, there are some relatively simple things you can do to help diagnose the problem. 1: Try to reproduce the error The first thing I recommend doing is to try to Nvidia Black Screen Of Death

Rolling back fixed it. but i'm only running a Windows XP SP2 OS. When I use the Norton Removal Tool I get - The following applications were found on this computer. Check This Out Help solved Issues With New Graphics Card, PCI Enumeration Error solved PC restarts when graphics card is stressed with no error message or blue screen Blue screen error after installing new

Click on Advanced and then on View Installed Updates. Display Driver Blue Screen Windows 7 I've been trying to fix this on and off for several days now and I'm basically dying to find a solution that doesn't involve me reformatting because I'd have to back u get BSOD ?

Performing a clean boot will help check if any third party app is causing this issue with startup Reply drivers Help says April 8, 2014 at 5:35 am have you tried

Had to completely restore my system. Thanks a million Stanley Report Pandolin- Jan 2, 2009 at 07:04 AM Worked for me as well. Blue Screen of Death when upgrading to Windows 10 When upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 or Windows 7, you may face BSOD. Driver Sweeper Dang it Nvidia, why you have torture us multi-monitor users?

New PC forces restart via blue screen error message and had multiple stop codes solved I have a Lenovo and am attempting to install a new hard disk. the graphics have been totally erased. At this point I was about to try the videocard from my old system to see if it had the same problem, but went to my BIOS settings first. this contact form I seriously hate nvidia so much.

Even if the "shared memory" cannot effect the new GPU at all, the driver would still know its there, and it could cause problems. (the driver might assume it can use select the windows drive you want to repair as the problem is usually with corrupt windows files. permalinkembedsaveparentgive goldload more comments(2 replies)[–]sneakygriff 7 points8 points9 points 10 months ago(4 children)Do not install this driver. Tuesday evening my computer was functioning perfectly normal.

Also of note, I disabled my second monitor/TV temporarily. edit: using HDMI socket btw.