nvidia kernel mode driver

nvidia kernel mode driver

« posted: Sep 09, 2015, 06:30 AM »
Hello,

2 days ago, while flying with helicopter, suddenly pixel errors appears and ArmA crashed.
Could only quit with task manager. This was shown:



Not exactly this number, but kind of. That's the error (sorry, german)



After this, the launcher shows pixel errors. Wenn I start ArmA, it crashes ..

http://www.image24.net/uploads/d7b6dbc082fuckit.png
nvidia kernel mode driver


If I start furmark .. omg!  :o

http://www.image24.net/uploads/79938c0c26furfuck.png
nvidia kernel mode driver


I tried so far:
  • cleaned from dust
    re-install ArmA
    changing setting to high energy perfomance
    repair ArmA3 via steam
    latest driver
    some more stuff

Nothing works. Graphiccard's dead? Does someone has any idea?

 :-\

Re: nvidia kernel mode driver

« Reply #1 posted: Sep 10, 2015, 05:04 AM »
Try removing it and blowing out the PCI slot. Check on the card to see if contacts are fading, gold to orange.

Unplug other expansion cards one by one to see if something is pulling too much power.

Run BIOS diagnostic

Try the card in another system.

Is the card overclocked? If so, try setting back to factory.

Re: nvidia kernel mode driver

« Reply #2 posted: Sep 10, 2015, 06:24 AM »
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Is the card overclocked? If so, try setting back to factory.

No.

Will try the other advices ..

Re: nvidia kernel mode driver

« Reply #3 posted: Sep 11, 2015, 03:09 PM »
The most consistent impact on graphics performance I've seen comes from the PSU.  If you haven't already got a quality power supply, buy a new, decent wattage unit and see if the problem goes away.

Re: nvidia kernel mode driver

« Reply #4 posted: Sep 11, 2015, 03:18 PM »
Tested. Same error.

Bought a new card.  :o

Re: nvidia kernel mode driver

« Reply #5 posted: Oct 11, 2015, 11:57 AM »
Check other games to see what's happening 
It might have to do with your GPU's drivers

also, you might wanna run a benchmark

"solved" nvidia kernel mode driver

« Reply #6 posted: Oct 11, 2015, 02:20 PM »
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Bought a new card.

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Re: nvidia kernel mode driver

« Reply #7 posted: Oct 11, 2015, 05:59 PM »
If you follow speedweasel's advice and also buy a new power supply, I would highly recommend getting a Seasonic or Corsair. Those are by far the highest quality on the market.