Nvidia GT 330 nvlddmkm.sys Error

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We are using Dell OptiPlex 870 computers which have NVIDIA GT 330 video cards. All those systems are getting errors of ‘nvlddmkm.sys’ and ‘BSOD’. I have searched in a lot of sites, and nothing found useful.

I have done the driver update and also tried by deleting all drivers and installed the latest drivers. But there was no change in the result.

I think the problem is with the driver only.

Please help me to get out of this problem.

I will be thankful for all help and support.

Answered By 0 points N/A #147594

Nvidia GT 330 nvlddmkm.sys Error


The main problem for BSOD here because of your graphic card driver. You can do one thing first uninstall the driver of NVIDIA and try to download the latest drivers from NVIDIA site itself not from any other third party vendors.

Even if it doesn't work. Check the driver version available with you when you have first installed that.

Then download the driver which is lesser version of that present driver. Its like just downgrading to older version of driver.

Download the older version of driver form NVIDIA site download only stable version not the beta release.

Install the old version it may work.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #317534

Nvidia GT 330 nvlddmkm.sys Error


If all your Dell computers are receiving an error with the NVIDIA video card related to the “nvlddmkm.sys” file, try this solution from one user who fixed it. Before doing this, you need to create a restore point. To create a restore point on Windows 7, click “Start” then right-click “Computer” and select “Properties”. On the next screen, select “System protection” on the left pane.

On the next screen, in “System Properties” dialog under “System Protection” tab, click “Create” at the bottom then follow the instructions to create the restore point. Once the restore point is created, click “Start” then right-click “Computer” and select “Manage”. In “Computer Management” window, select “Device Manager” on the left pane. On the right, expand “Display adapters”. Next, right-click your video adapter and select “Uninstall”.

After this, you need to do a “cold boot.” Shut down your computer and unplug it from the power for about ten to twenty seconds (10 – 20). After this, plug the computer back to the power and turn it on. Windows should reinstall the video adapter. This problem normally appears after installing a Windows Update.

If this doesn’t work, go to NVIDIA Driver Downloads and download the latest driver for your video card model.

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