Windows 7 NVIDIA driver and BSOD startup error

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I have Windows 7 Home Premium SP1. I recently  got a pop-up error message about NVIDIA driver and BSOD. It turned out okay when I restarted it, but when I attempted to start the Windows the other day, the bootup screen showed lot of blue dots instead of black background.

Meanwhile, the other screen showed white exclamation marks and then suddenly, it turned to grey and froze up. I tried to restart it but nothing changed.

What just happened? How do I address this? It’s creeping me out. Please help me. Thanks!

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Answered By 20 points N/A #94085

Windows 7 NVIDIA driver and BSOD startup error

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Any person who gets this thread and has a corresponding trouble I assure you to copulate that, this stick will worked for you.

You will have to do things a little mismatched.

1. Uninstalled all your nvidia drivers and erase the nvidia index

2. Restart System in Safe Mode because the difficulty is too harsh, so it is necessary to start system with minimal resources.

3. Search a file with name nvlddmkm.sys and renamed it to nvlddmkm.sys.old as mentioned.

4. Search and download the Newest Drivers, which may be any latest as 195.62WHQL (this if for an example only)

5. Now restart the system and it will work zealous.

Answered By 566215 points N/A #94087

Windows 7 NVIDIA driver and BSOD startup error

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Check your video card inside your CPU. Open your CPU case then remove the video card from the slot. Then insert it back afterwards making sure that it is securely attached on the slot.

But before doing this be sure to turn off your computer or else your device might be damaged. Start your computer again and see if it works.

If it still does not work, try uninstalling and then reinstalling your video card’s driver to fix any corrupted files in the installation of the video card and to restore its settings back to default.

You may also try updating your video card’s driver by visiting its official website.

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