its an nvidia for my notebook, the problem is when running on standard windows the thing will freeze up after a while, in safe mode have had no problems and have not had the glitch so I know its definetly the graphics card
i found the number of the laptop and went to hp site, i have the latest graphics driver
is there any way that the graphics driver could have been currupted and need to be uninstalled the reinstalled (i would have to do this in safe mode right?, and would need to have downloaded the install file to desktop before uninstalling it)
I did delete over 15 spyware files on a scan, found no viruses
I also disconnected a fan i have been using to cool computer (it is plugged in to usb port)
I am using it right now and it seems to be working fine
You need to download the latest driver from Nvidia's site, remove yur current driver then install the new one.
If the problem persists after you install the new ones, it could be a problem with your video card, generally these types of problems in error reporting are due to software issues, though.
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