Windows Display Driver Stopped Responding how to prevent from happening?

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I urgently need anyone’s help. My display just went crazy, I mean color crazy. What causes this problem?

I want to prevent this happening to my PC.

Windows – Display driver stopped responding

The igxprd32 display driver has stopped working normally. Save your work and reboot the system to restore full display functionality. The next time you reboot the machine a dialog will be displayed giving you a chance to upload data about this failure to Microsoft.

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Marty

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Best Answer by carpenter harrer
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Windows Display Driver Stopped Responding how to prevent from happening?

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Hello.

Try to reboot the system as shown in the message and if the problem continues then try the following steps.

1. Download the fresh copy of the graphics drivers which is compatible with your system.’

2. Uninstall the previous version of graphic driver and install the fresh copy.

3. This should solve your problem.

Thank you.

 

 

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Windows Display Driver Stopped Responding how to prevent from happening?

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Hello Marty,

I have answered a similar question to this problem before but either way, here is what you can do.

Was the display driver working correctly before? If so then try to do a System Restore of your computer to an earlier date in which you are sure that the computer was working. Since you are using Windows XP, click on Start, then Accessories. Point to System Tools and then click on System Restore.

Follow the on screen prompts to restore the computer to an earlier date. If the display driver was not working correctly, do the alternative given below.

Alternatively, you can re-install your display driver to restore your graphics driver to a normal state. If you know the type of graphics card in your computer, go to the publisher's website and download the drivers and re-install them in your computer. Go to Device Manager by right-clicking my computer, and clicking on properties.

Choose Device Manager and check the currently installed Display driver to get the name of the available graphics driver to re-install.

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