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nvidia driver crashes on XOC startup

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Whenever I start up my XOC program for my 1070ti, it'll crash the newest nvidia game driver and sometimes instead of crashing on startup it'll crash when I change mhz offsets. Is there anything I can do?

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1 hour ago, mxk. said:

Whenever I start up my XOC program for my 1070ti, it'll crash the newest nvidia game driver and sometimes instead of crashing on startup it'll crash when I change mhz offsets. Is there anything I can do?

What have you tried already?  I recommend uninstalling both and then reinstalling the Nvidia drivers and then XOC.  It isn't a problem I've seen before so I don't have any suggestions beyond that. 

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4 hours ago, nick name said:

What have you tried already?  I recommend uninstalling both and then reinstalling the Nvidia drivers and then XOC.  It isn't a problem I've seen before so I don't have any suggestions beyond that. 

Yeah I did both. Something else just started happening too. After i overclock and close XOC, I'll restart the program and it says I don't have an EVGA card in my pc. I have a shitty motherboard and I suspect my pc's age is part of the issue too

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