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so as the title have mentioned i got problems with my graphic driver and it all started with this https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-files/videodxgkrnl-error/7a92a49d-2532-436b-a9ee-25a8828e5ea5. and i went through all that steps without it getting it fix and messing it up even more, it started to blue screen more and no games could be play if using the GPU. i also tried reseting which did nothing. 

so pls help me!!!

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Welcome to the forums!!!

 

It may not work but have you tried System Restore and restore the system to an earlier point??? DDU and clean install of the drivers did not fix the nvlddmkm.sys crashing? System specs? 

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6 minutes ago, PotatoJoe2007 said:

so as the title have mentioned i got problems with my graphic driver and it all started with this https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-files/videodxgkrnl-error/7a92a49d-2532-436b-a9ee-25a8828e5ea5. and i went through all that steps without it getting it fix and messing it up even more, it started to blue screen more and no games could be play if using the GPU. i also tried reseting which did nothing. 

so pls help me!!!

Download DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller) from Guru3d.com, download latest drivers for your GPU.

Disconnect from the internet.

Re-Start Windows in safe mode (may require you to have your login PIN or password to hand.).

Run DDU and choose the relevant driver to remove, if choosing Nvidia DDU will also remove the HD Audio driver, but Nvidia driver package will re install it later.

Re start Windows, check it is using the Microsoft basic display driver, if not re start in safe mode, run DDU again (rarely need to do this  though).

Install Nvidia drivers you downloaded earlier.

Re connect to internet.

Re boot (not strictly needed, but just in case).

Should be good from there.

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51 minutes ago, SpiderMan said:

Welcome to the forums!!!

 

It may not work but have you tried System Restore and restore the system to an earlier point??? DDU and clean install of the drivers did not fix the nvlddmkm.sys crashing? System specs? 

 

51 minutes ago, DigitalGoat said:

Download DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller) from Guru3d.com, download latest drivers for your GPU.

Disconnect from the internet.

Re-Start Windows in safe mode (may require you to have your login PIN or password to hand.).

Run DDU and choose the relevant driver to remove, if choosing Nvidia DDU will also remove the HD Audio driver, but Nvidia driver package will re install it later.

Re start Windows, check it is using the Microsoft basic display driver, if not re start in safe mode, run DDU again (rarely need to do this  though).

Install Nvidia drivers you downloaded earlier.

Re connect to internet.

Re boot (not strictly needed, but just in case).

Should be good from there.

to all of you that repyed to me thank you but i did triy using the DDU 2 times already reinstalling drivers 20+ times

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6 minutes ago, PotatoJoe2007 said:

 

to all of you that repyed to me thank you but i did triy using the DDU 2 times already reinstalling drivers 20+ times

Are you up to date on Windows Updates? There were issues with a particular update a couple weeks ago that was fixed in a latest WU that resolved issues. The only other thing I can think of is test the graphics card in another computer and see if you get the crashing there. Have you tried a sfc /scannow in Command Prompt (you have to run it as administrator)? This will check for any Windows corruption. 

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