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Shepherd_Strike

I’m don’t know what to do?

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Posted · Original PosterOP


 

So last week I installed nvidia 445.75 gpu driver and everything just went downhill every startup there is a black screen and sometimes I have to hard reset my pc. I used ddu and installed their hot fix no luck. I have a bunch of hardware error 141’s after every startup and I switched out my 1070 with a 1060 and the problems stopped. Rn I’m using the 1060 with the 445.78 drivers and I want to know if a faulty gpu was  causing corrupted drivers or is it something else thx.

 

system specs, i7 9700k oc 4.9 ghz

gtx 1070 now 1060

256gb ssd

2tb 7200 hdd 

2tb NAS drive 

16gb 2666 ddr4 ram

800 watt power supply

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Posted · Original PosterOP
32 minutes ago, GougedKirby522 said:

DDU the system and do a clean reinstall of either the 445.75 driver or rollback to a previous stable version

 

38 minutes ago, tJuggernaut29 said:

you try rolling back to before 445.75?

I tried that but no luck

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did you yoink the 1060 out of another rig? if so can you try putting the 1070 in another rig to see if the problems come with it?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, tJuggernaut29 said:

did you yoink the 1060 out of another rig? if so can you try putting the 1070 in another rig to see if the problems come with it?

It was in a rig I was putting together it had no cpu or hdd so rn it’s my charging area. I would put it in my dads rig but he doesn’t want me to.

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Just now, Shepherd_Strike said:

It was in a rig I was putting together it had no cpu or hdd so rn it’s my charging area. I would put it in my dads rig but he doesn’t want me to.

Run windows in safe mode to ensure no software is crapping out your graphics card driver

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, GougedKirby522 said:

Run windows in safe mode to ensure no software is crapping out your graphics card driver

I’m having the same issue

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Posted · Original PosterOP
16 minutes ago, urmoshin said:

Did you try doing a clean install of Windows after ddu?

That will be my last resort if it starts happening with the 1060

 

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