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bgrin [Help] Driver nvlddmkm

Post by TheDarknessArrives on Sun Sep 04, 2011 11:24 pm

Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered.
I get that ^^ error whenever i play RuneScape. The screen goes black and the
game crashes.

The computer also freezes frequently, whenever im using it, doing other stufs.
(Ex: Using Microsoft Office or Exploring the Internet)
My Internet Browser also freezes a lot and it's very slow.

Im starting to think that my Computer is dying. I have search for solutions and
i have tried most of them, but the problem is still there.

My Computer is an HP Pavilion a6437c Desktop PC with Windows Vista: Home Premium 64-bit.
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bgrin Re: [Help] Driver nvlddmkm

Post by ThAt_GuY on Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:27 am

What do you use this computer for, some "sites" can slow down your computer cause crashes and freezes especially if you download stuff, torrents can cause a lot of the problems of freezing crashing and being slow. Unlicensed software too.

Now to the driver, do you think this is a "hardware" problem or "software". How well do you take care of your computer, have you dropped it recently. Do you have anti-virus software?

Try and answer some of these questions so I can get an understanding of your computer. Understand Your Computer Not The Problem First. Bow

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