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New driver keeps crashing (gtx 770 2gb ASUS)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey all! I just installed a new driver (340.52) on my 770, and all my games are crashing! its saying that the driver is crashing and that it recovered, but it just keeps happening :/ I have tried to uninstall and re install a older version, but it just crashes altogether. If somebody could help me out that would be great. 

Things i have done to try to fix.

-rolled back to a much older driver

-uninstalled driver (crashed computer)

-tried to use uninstall programs list to uninstall newest driver. (computer crashed)

Now, if anybody has the same graphics card, have you installed the newest version? and does that version work for you? Please respond guys. 

As always thanks!

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contact asus about the problem and see what they have to say


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alright, thanks! 

No problem!


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You might also want to tell us temperature reading during idle and load. This includes both CPU and GPU temps.

I had a problem like this with my old GTX 660. It turned out that my CPU was hitting 89C which caused programs to crash, it even gave me the driver kernel something error for the GeForce driver.


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