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Hi there ... my friend bought used xfx R290 and his rig are MB: Gigabyte z68X-ud7-B3 with 8GB RAM and 750W PSU and fresh install of WIN 7

 

everytime he tried to watch youtube or play any game and just now even opening firefox it will go black screen for few seconds then it will show this error "Display driver stopped working and has recovered successfully"

 

Now i have searched all kind of solution and i don't understand where is the problem... so i toke his GPU and installed it on my rig (which detailed on my signature) and i tried to stress it as hard as i could played "watchdogs at full option and with enhance mode for graphics" "crysis 3" and doing all that while watching "youtube" and still it didn't fail on me the temp did reach 64 at max but thats it .

 

as when he toke it back from me it failed on him and now even with opening firefox it will give him the same error which i don't know where he did wrong :/

 

so if anyone can please give me a solution for it i will be really appreciated.  

|Case: Fractal Desgin Define R4 |CPU: Intel i5-4670k @ 4.2GHz |GPU: EVGA GTX 780 Classifide |RAM: 8GB Vengence @ 1.6GHz 


|Storage: 60GB Kingstone V300 SSD, 500GB Samsung EVO 840, 3TB WD Green HDD |Mobo: Asus Sabertooth Z87 |PSU: Be Quiet 650W

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I'm guessing that you tried doing a super clean uninstall of display drivers?

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he installed fresh WIN before even installing his new GPU ...does he need one ? 

|Case: Fractal Desgin Define R4 |CPU: Intel i5-4670k @ 4.2GHz |GPU: EVGA GTX 780 Classifide |RAM: 8GB Vengence @ 1.6GHz 


|Storage: 60GB Kingstone V300 SSD, 500GB Samsung EVO 840, 3TB WD Green HDD |Mobo: Asus Sabertooth Z87 |PSU: Be Quiet 650W

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You need to install the drivers from the AMD site, if there already is one installed on the PC use DDU (display driver uninstaller) to completely uninstall AMD driver (click the set default Windows driver button, then check delete AMD/Nvidia folder and then click uninstall and restart).

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Update your drives

Install all runtimes from Ninite (and whatever other program you want)

Update your motherboard bios

Make sure you have the update version of Adobe Flash,

and thats all I got.

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I had the "Display driver stopped working and has recovered successfully" error pop up rarely recently after I installed 14.9 drivers on my 280x, reverted to 14.4 and it's been fine for a week now.

 

Maybe you can try different WHQL drivers(13.12, 14.4. 14.9), also disabling hardware acceleration on adobe flash play might help...

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I get the same everything with my 780. Chatted with nvidia and they said i should rma it cuz its dead/dying.

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I get the same everything with my 780. Chatted with nvidia and they said i should rma it cuz its dead/dying.

 

 

I had the "Display driver stopped working and has recovered successfully" error pop up rarely recently after I installed 14.9 drivers on my 280x, reverted to 14.4 and it's been fine for a week now.

 

Maybe you can try different WHQL drivers(13.12, 14.4. 14.9), also disabling hardware acceleration on adobe flash play might help...

 

 

Update your drives

Install all runtimes from Ninite (and whatever other program you want)

Update your motherboard bios

Make sure you have the update version of Adobe Flash,

and thats all I got.

 

 

You need to install the drivers from the AMD site, if there already is one installed on the PC use DDU (display driver uninstaller) to completely uninstall AMD driver (click the set default Windows driver button, then check delete AMD/Nvidia folder and then click uninstall and restart).

 

guys i have tried all that and nothing seemed to work ...something my friend did was looking at this website http://pcpartpicker.com/parts/video-card/?compatible_with=gigabyte-motherboard-gaz68xud7b3 to see if the video card compatible with his motherboard

 

as it seems the version of his video card (which is XFX R290 core edition) is not available in the list of compatibility in this website although XFX R290 black edition is available ... do you guys think this is the problem?

|Case: Fractal Desgin Define R4 |CPU: Intel i5-4670k @ 4.2GHz |GPU: EVGA GTX 780 Classifide |RAM: 8GB Vengence @ 1.6GHz 


|Storage: 60GB Kingstone V300 SSD, 500GB Samsung EVO 840, 3TB WD Green HDD |Mobo: Asus Sabertooth Z87 |PSU: Be Quiet 650W

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guys i have tried all that and nothing seemed to work ...something my friend did was looking at this website http://pcpartpicker.com/parts/video-card/?compatible_with=gigabyte-motherboard-gaz68xud7b3 to see if the video card compatible with his motherboard

 

as it seems the version of his video card (which is XFX R290 core edition) is not available in the list of compatibility in this website although XFX R290 black edition is available ... do you guys think this is the problem?

No, every 290 is compatible with that motherboard.

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CASE: In Win 303 STORAGE: Samsung 850 EVO 250GB, Seagate 1TB  SSHD PSU: EVGA Supernova G2 750W

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I have to force constant clocks (Disabled powerplay/tune) via MSI, and now zero blackscreens or artifacting as soon as my game ends and back to desktop.

To do this, I HAVE to ONLY install the display driver from the list, nothing else.
Reboot, Then Disabled Powerplay - Saved a profile for MSI Low & High clocks. 700/700 @ -100mv -50 Power Profile 1 (Normal use)  and 1050/1250/+0 Voltage (Stock) and +20 power profile 2 (Gaming)

Reboot

Installed the rest of the AMD software.

You can set MSI to auto switch, but I do it manually.

 

Other 290 users have found screwing with nothing but 'forced constant voltage' in MSI have had theirs work thereafter.

Then others have just disabled powerplay like I have, then enabled it again 'still using MSI's unnofficial overclocking'

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