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Andrew.Phourcheu

Need help with exclamation mark on my Nvidia GPU

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

Hello, 

 

During my reinstall of nvidia driver today, my laptop ran into blue screen. During reboot I notice that after window logo loading screen, then my laptop just went black screen from 25 to 40 sec before the regular login screen show up. This is not about my SSD driver not working well but rather my laptop is having hard time detecting my discrete GPU. I have tried going online and do the uninstall of my nvidia GPU on device manager but the problem still persist. I have tried uninstall my nvida driver and reinstall the new one but the problem still continue. I have tried fresh reboot of my laptop but the issue still continue. I hope to hear solution from you guys.

 

The error is code 43 Window stopped this device because it has reported problems. You can check my intel extreme utility and it doesn't show the VRAM and DAC Type for my nvidia Gtx 760m

 

Thanks 

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17 minutes ago, Andrew.Phourcheu said:

uninstall of my nvidia GPU on device manager

Try DDU


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1 minute ago, Andrew.Phourcheu said:

Can you explain to me what is DDU?

Google please

https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html


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This may be an old outdated problem on modern motherboard, but I vividly remember the same issue over a decade ago due to the onboard graphics card causing a confliction with the GPU.

 

Has this always been an issue, or is it sudden?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 hours ago, Gareque said:

This may be an old outdated problem on modern motherboard, but I vividly remember the same issue over a decade ago due to the onboard graphics card causing a confliction with the GPU.

 

Has this always been an issue, or is it sudden?

This issue happen suddenly.

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1 hour ago, Allupyourfinger said:

So you have tried using DDU?

 

Have tried different/older driver versions?

Yes, I have tried installing older 2017 2018 nvidia driver. I have tried Fresh Reboot my laptop but it doesn’t fix my problem.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 hours ago, Andrew.Phourcheu said:

I’ve read and execute many option available regarding the using of guru3d. Unfortunately, the problem persist.

 

2 hours ago, Allupyourfinger said:

So you have tried using DDU?

 

Have tried different/older driver versions?

 

3 hours ago, Andrew.Phourcheu said:

This issue happen suddenly.

I have now found the solution. I have update my bios firmware.

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