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BSOD when GPU driver is loaded/detected 0x116 and 9F

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Azseral, Apr 26, 2015.

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  1. Azseral

    Azseral Thread Starter

    Apr 26, 2015
    Good Morning/Night,
    I have a laptop, MSI GT70 with the following specs:
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64x
    Intel Core i7 3660QM
    12GB RAM

    And the following problem:
    A few months ago, my notebook started to show some strange BSODs, at the beginning they ware rare and only rebooted with no further issue, then after some time, Windows displayed my GPU as Standard VGA Driver with a "caution" icon, and suddenly unninstal the nvidia driver. I tried a lot of solutions on the web:
    -Clean OS install with default drivers.
    -Computer cleanup
    -Updated Drivers
    -expand nvlldksm.sys (sorry i don't remember the exact name)
    -etc (i don't remember everything i did)

    Nowadays i have this problem: When my computer stays turned off for a few time and i turn on, windows recognizes normally the GPU, BUT when i try to play a game, it runs for 5-10 minutes and then freezes with a BSOD, normally 0x116 (95% of the time) and when it reboots, something strange happens, it freezes before windows logo or freezes on "Welcome" screen, so i reboot in safe mode, and the GPU is still showing in Device Manager, but without loading its drivers. Then i reboot again, and when windows succesfully reboots the GPU is shown as "Standard VGA Graphics Adapter" with a yellow triangle in it.

    I really don't know what to do. MY CONCLUSIONS:
    -Something with the driver (because the problem occurs when the driver is loading or is fully loaded)
    -The hardware seems to be fine: in some rare occasions i was able to play for a few hours like when Windows installed the NVIDIA driver 327.02 and i was able to play for a few hours, note that 327.02 isn't compatible with my GPU)

    Any help will be very welcome. I payed a lot for this notebook, about 8000 BRL or 4000 USD 2 years ago. It was a real sacrifice. The purpose is just gaming.

    Here is all the data from BSODs and Mini Dumps: https://mega.co.nz/#!w8gihTLa!9p7UKA3xl-C8aKdulAkQcoIzvexQjpWZHFYWTFdpd-I

    The computer has 2 years old, and always did its job perfectly.

    Thank You in advance.
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