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« on: 22-November-12, 15:46:25 »

Hi MSI staff

I am having major issues with my 660 ti, the card is nearly 2 months old now. The fist month or so the card performed perfectly! The problem I am havving, "Nvidia display driver has stopped responding and has fully recovored." This happens whenever I play a game, after a hour or so the screen goes black for 5-10 seconds, and then the game I was running crashes to my home screen (Win 7 64bit). I have to manually forse the program to shut down after that and relaunch it. I am not sure if this is a fulty GPU, or if there is something wrong with my drivers. I have tried a clean install of drivers, tried lots of diffirent versions, the ons on the card, the one nvidia recomends (306.97) I even tried the latest beta drivers (310.55) no luck :( Please let me know if there is a possible fix for this problem.

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« Reply #1 on: 22-November-12, 18:20:05 »

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« Reply #2 on: 22-November-12, 20:41:49 »

Sorry, here is a more detailed post:

My pc is barely 2 months old now, everything is brand new, except for the HDD. I have spent countless hours researching the "nvidia drivers has stopped responding." So far I have not found a working fix yet.

1. I have tried increasing my TDR in the registry files in Windows 7, as this is the most common fix.
2. I have updated all my motherboards BIOS drivers.
3. I have done several clean installs of the drivers, first tried updating to the newest drivers on nvidia's website (306.97) , no luck, then I did another clean install and tried nvidia's beta drivers (310.55), no luck, then I  uninstalled the drivers yet again and installed the drivers I received on the disc with my 660 ti (304.48), no luck with that either.
4. The GPU is definitely not overheating, the temps are usually around 40-45 C when the crash occurs.
5. I have been running MSI afterburner today when the drivers stoped responding, unfortunately didn't take a screenshot but my base clock dropped to 0 and my power % also dropped to 0, it recovered though.
6. I used MSI afterburner to underclock my GPU to a reference 660 ti, same problem.

My pc specs are now in my signature thank you.
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« Reply #3 on: 22-November-12, 20:49:00 »

Have you checked if machine is otherwise stable with Prime95 or Intel Burn Test?
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« Reply #4 on: 23-November-12, 15:07:27 »

i had this problem too but atm i may have resolved it, by any chance in Device manager, do you have Realtek HD audio and Nvidia HD audio, with me they were both set to location 0, i disabled/uninstalled the Nvidia one and have been Problem free ever since

i use the Same GPU :)
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« Reply #5 on: 23-November-12, 17:07:26 »

Have you checked if machine is otherwise stable with Prime95 or Intel Burn Test?

Thank you, will test that later, in the meantime, I ran a memtest, 0 errors, will try intel burntest/ prime 95 now.
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« Reply #6 on: 23-November-12, 19:45:30 »

Ok so I have run a few tests on prime95 and intel burn test, got a error on both of them.
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« Reply #7 on: 23-November-12, 21:33:01 »

Then problem is not the graphics card but the cpu/ram is unstable. What temps do you have under load? Set XMP to enabled in bios and remove any manual ram settings. Did you manually change any settings for the cpu?
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« Reply #8 on: 23-November-12, 21:42:14 »

I doubt that it is the ram, as I have run a memtest on botch sticks, and whats strange, I used to get like 60°C maximum under full load, now I get 80°C?!? I did not overclock anything.(Or change any CPU settings manually) I know ram is not set to XMP, should I set it to XMP? I was thinking of making a warranty claim tomorrow.
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« Reply #9 on: 23-November-12, 21:57:57 »

If memtest was ok setting XMP is useless.

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What happened in between? Did you change anything?

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thinking of making a warranty claim tomorrow.

 :think: And rma what? As the vga is ok your problem seems to be related to the cpu.

Try reseating the cpu and mounting the cooler again. Clear CMOS of the board (>>Clear CMOS Guide<<)
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« Reply #10 on: 23-November-12, 22:02:24 »

Ok I will do that tomorrow thank you, and I did not change anything on the board, I only realised today that temperatures were abnormally high when I did the tests.
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« Reply #11 on: 23-November-12, 22:03:16 »

 :hat tip: Crossing fingers you'll see some progress
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« Reply #12 on: 23-November-12, 22:08:32 »

Also, if you get a chance, post some screen shots of cpuz's SPD tabs and memory tab.
Just open multiple instances of cpuz and take one screen shot.

Make sure the memory is installed into dims 2 & 4.
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« Reply #13 on: 23-November-12, 22:25:05 »

Ustin we have a problem, the shop I bought all my parts from assembled the pc for me, but they put my memory into dims 1&3....
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« Reply #14 on: 23-November-12, 22:28:53 »

Hm, quite odd they assembled a pc that way although the manual clearly states to use DIMM 2 & 4:

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« Reply #15 on: 23-November-12, 22:34:25 »

Wow, can't believe they did that! So it can still be the memory, hopefully I can fix it tomorrow but thank you for the feedback guys, really appreciate it! :)
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« Reply #16 on: 23-November-12, 23:13:44 »

 :hat tip: Keep us updated
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« Reply #17 on: 24-November-12, 11:23:38 »

Also, if you get a chance, post some screen shots of cpuz's SPD tabs and memory tab.
Just open multiple instances of cpuz and take one screen shot.

Make sure the memory is installed into dims 2 & 4.




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« Reply #18 on: 24-November-12, 11:35:26 »

OK I reset CMOS, set the ram to XMP and did a prime95 test this is what happend:

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« Reply #19 on: 24-November-12, 11:41:29 »

And here is the intel burn test:

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« Reply #20 on: 24-November-12, 12:35:58 »

Updated prime95 to the latest version, ran it for 20 min:

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« Reply #21 on: 24-November-12, 13:06:33 »

I ran another test with Hyper-threading disabled, ran test for 20 min, 0 errors.



 
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« Reply #22 on: 24-November-12, 14:11:54 »

Retry with gaming and see if it is now stable.
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« Reply #23 on: 24-November-12, 15:15:14 »

i had this problem too but atm i may have resolved it, by any chance in Device manager, do you have Realtek HD audio and Nvidia HD audio, with me they were both set to location 0, i disabled/uninstalled the Nvidia one and have been Problem free ever since

i use the Same GPU :)

This seemed to have fixed the problem, thank you for your help guys, I am going to return my cpu, because it is fulty, but my GPU problem is solved  :agrees:
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« Reply #24 on: 24-November-12, 15:35:30 »

 :biggthumbsup: Good to hear you got the problem solved
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« Reply #25 on: 20-December-12, 12:03:26 »

Hello!
Had the same problem, I think I solved it now.
I don´t know the english verbalism because I have the german version of Windows, but I try to use similar words. In Windows Devicemanager click onto View-> show hidden devices, then scroll down to Non-pnp-Drivers. There is a driver named MSI_BIOSMSI or similar. To uninstall this driver solved my problems, have a try. I think this driver was installed by the MSI-Update application.
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