How To Resolve VGA Error Code 43 Manually.

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I have installed NVIDIA graphics card driver in my computer, but it shows the VGA error code 43 with statement as shown in the below image. How can I solve this issue? Please reply ASAP.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #295730

How To Resolve VGA Error Code 43 Manually.

  • The easiest way to solve this problem is by performing a power reset. To do this, first shut down your computer. Next, unplug the charger and remove your computer’s battery. Then press and hold the power button for about 60 seconds. Now start your computer and check if the problem persists.
  • Another solution is to uninstall your current VGA drivers and install them again. To do that, open your device manager and right-click on the NVIDIA device. Select “Uninstall” as shown in the image below.

Connect to your product manufacturer’s website to download the required drivers and then reinstall them.

One of the above solutions will surely solve your problem.

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How To Resolve VGA Error Code 43 Manually.


Since the problem is related to a dedicated video card, try updating its driver first to see if there is a problem with the driver. For NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M, download the NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready Driver. It supports 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1.

NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M video card

This driver supports GeForce 400M series, GeForce 500M series, GeForce 600M series, GeForce 700M series, GeForce 800M series, GeForce 900M series, and GeForce 10 series. Uninstall the current driver of your NVIDIA video card and install this one. See if it works. If this doesn’t fix the problem, try cleaning the pins of the video card. Shut down your computer and open the CPU case.

Disconnect the NVIDIA video card from the slot then get an ordinary pencil eraser and rub it on the contact pins of the device as if you are erasing something on the pins. Do it on both sides of the pins and finish it off with a soft clean cloth. When you are finished, install the video card back in the slot and start the computer.

See if the video card works after cleaning the contacting pins. If the problem continues, you probably need to replace the video card with a new one or just use the built-in Intel video card on your motherboard.

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