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Unstable Nvidia Drivers on Windows 8.1?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi so I have been getting errors when I launch my games saying the driver has crashed and has restarted which crashes the game every time. Does anyone else have this problem with the Nvidia drivers on windows 8.1? Any Idas on how to fix? 

Things I have already tried:

1. Reinstalling the driver

2. Rolling back the driver

 

System Specs:

CPU: i3 2120

Ram 8GB G-Skill 1333

MOBO: Asus p8H67-M LX

Storage: WD blue 500GB and WD 1TB Black

GPU: Msi GTX 660 Twin Frozer


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Yeah, I've been getting this problem with a couple of my games recently, namely Metro: 2033 Redux and Mirror's Edge. I haven't seen it happen on anything else though (yet). I'm on Windows 8.1 as well, and my driver version is 344.60, haven't tried it out on 347.09 yet (though this seems to just be an optimisation patch for MGS:GZ and E:D so I doubt it'll fix it). I'd put your driver version in the OP, might make it easier for people to help you out :)

 

Sorry I couldn't be of assistance


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