Computer Support Forum

Event 4101, Display - Display driver igfx stopped responding

Question: Event 4101, Display - Display driver igfx stopped responding

I have an HP dc7900 at work and the system keeps getting the error "Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered". First the user is not playing game and I have updated the video drivers. I also ran DXDIAG.exe and I have looked at the report and I don't see anything abnormal.

Does anyone have any ideas on why this error Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered keeps occurring ??

Relevance 100%
Preferred Solution: Event 4101, Display - Display driver igfx stopped responding

I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.

I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/download.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)

Answer: Event 4101, Display - Display driver igfx stopped responding

Hello,

Try uninstalling the current driver completely and re-install the driver from the HP Support site.

Perform the following steps:
-Download Trexxy Driver Fusion from Driver Fusion - The Complete Driver Solution and install it. Don't run the program yet
- First, Uninstall the Intel Graphics driver/software from Control Panel > Uninstall a program and restart
-Now run Driver Fusion, select Intel Display and then select Delete
-After complete restart the PC then install the latest release of the Graphics driver from the HP Support site.

1 more replies
Relevance 106.14%

Every once in awhile my screen freezes, goes to black, and then recovers with a message that the display driver stopped working and has successfully recovered. I checked the event viewer and the Event ID is 4101. In the details it says "Display Diver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered." My computer is a Sony Vaio VPCCW17FX and my display driver is a GR Force G210 M. This started happening after I downloaded an update from VAIO Update awhile back. I have tried to go on NVIDIA's website and manually download the driver, but that hasn't worked either.

Answer:Event ID 4101: Display Driver Stopped Working

Sounds like you need to uninstall your nvidia drivers and re install them.

first go to your run/search bar in the start menu and type in "create restore point" then click on it or hit enter when it appears at the top of the list. This will open a window and you're looking for the create button click it type in a name like nvidia and then ok. Wait till it's done you'll get a completion message.

Go to:

Drivers - Download NVIDIA Drivers

Search for your drivers, download them.

Uninstall your older drivers AND DO NOT RESTART THE COMPUTER,

Install the new drivers then restart.

This should fix your issue.
PS: never ever let windows updates install drivers for hardware or software that isn't built into windows. You should set your windows updates to inform you that there are updates available and then when you go look at the list you uncheck any non microsoft items and usually you should be ommitting the optional updates .

1 more replies
Relevance 105.27%

Hi
Prior to the Error 4101

I was running Vista 64, this problem was not present. I then did a CLEAN install onto Windows 7 updated all drivers including Chipset then the dreaded ?display driver has stopped responding but has now recovered ?started to appear during 2d and 3d applications, under event viewer I located the error 4101.

My current system is running stable by following this sequence.

UAC ENABLED
POWER MANAGMENT SET TO HIGH
1. Uninstall all GPU related drivers/ and ADOBE FLASH
2. Turn of PC (not at wall)
3. Clear CMS
4. Boot allow windows to load
5. Shut down then Turn off pc (at wall)
6. Remove GPU and PCI cards
7. Re-install
6. Restart
7. Hit del (load bios)
8. Reset to defaults
9. Load windows
10. Install 9.3 ATI (for me vista 64_win_7 64)
11. Alter TDR in registry set to 0
http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/device/display/wddm_timeout.mspx
12. Look for unsupported monitor d-word change to 0
(Should still be under HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers )
13. Restart (happy gaming)

Prior to this, Bioshock and all other games would freeze after 3-7 mins, last night I gamed solid for an hour no freeze.

Ps. I think it is either unsupported monitor modes on windows 7 (1680 by 1050) or the TDR function. Although 1680 by 1050 is detected by CCC and windows, there may still be a compatibility issue. Any hows it?s now working.
I don?t think it is adobe flash plug-in, UAC or power management.

If this works for you spread the word around the community.... Read more

Answer:Error 4101 display driver stopped responding... FIX

  
Quote: Originally Posted by TheSproutKing


Hi
Prior to the Error 4101

I was running Vista 64, this problem was not present. I then did a CLEAN install onto Windows 7 updated all drivers including Chipset then the dreaded ?display driver has stopped responding but has now recovered ?started to appear during 2d and 3d applications, under event viewer I located the error 4101.

My current system is running stable by following this sequence.

UAC ENABLED
POWER MANAGMENT SET TO HIGH
1. Uninstall all GPU related drivers/ and ADOBE FLASH
2. Turn of PC (not at wall)
3. Clear CMS
4. Boot allow windows to load
5. Shut down then Turn off pc (at wall)
6. Remove GPU and PCI cards
7. Re-install
6. Restart
7. Hit del (load bios)
8. Reset to defaults
9. Load windows
10. Install 9.3 ATI (for me vista 64_win_7 64)
11. Alter TDR in registry set to 0
http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/device/display/wddm_timeout.mspx
12. Look for unsupported monitor d-word change to 0
(Should still be under HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers )
13. Restart (happy gaming)

Prior to this, Bioshock and all other games would freeze after 3-7 mins, last night I gamed solid for an hour no freeze.

Ps. I think it is either unsupported monitor modes on windows 7 (1680 by 1050) or the TDR function. Although 1680 by 1050 is detected by CCC and windows, there may still be a compatibility issue. Any hows it?s now working.
I don?t think it is adobe flash plug-in, UAC or... Read more

2 more replies
Relevance 104.69%

Heyy everyone,

This is my first post on this forum, and it has taken me a while to post this thread since I have been trying to research and figure out my own problem myself by searching many, MANY, other related forums but so far have had not much luck. Also, obviously I couldn't find an individual who had the exact same specs as my computer who had the same issues, so I am going try and get help through this thread specifically for my computer. First I will explain everything that is going or happened and then all the specs are at the end of the thread.

Recently I downloaded a trial of World of Warcraft just to start playing it again for a little bit. I played it for about two days and then after playing it for about an hour or two straight, all of a sudden, the video card craps out, screen flashes, goes black, and then comes back within seconds. Then a message error pops stating 'Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered.'.

Within those two days I was playing though, I was doing a lot of updates on my computer since I reformatted my laptop recently. So I thought maybe it had to do with the updates and decided to do a system restore. Of course with my luck, the system restore failed, and failed a couple more times after trying again but at different restoration points/dates. So then I decided so continue with my updates since I still had to install services pack 1, more updates, service pack 2, and more updates.

With every res... Read more

Answer:Display Driver Issues; Display driver igfx has stopped responding

7 more replies
Relevance 104.11%

While playing "Rift" (new MMO) my system has recently started chucking this error out.

Basically, the game alt-tabs back to desktop, then alt-tabs back into the game. For a while I didn't know what was going on, but Event Viewer clearly shows Error 4101 each and every time.

I've already safe-mode cleaned old drivers, uninstalled/reinstalled, scanned for new hardware, put new drivers in, and it makes no difference. Neither does disabling Aero, or changing clockspeeds for 2D values. No difference. Changing TDR to 0 in regedit simple means that the game doesn't recover; I don't notice any great increase in stability.

Help? Please?

Answer:Error 4101 - Display driver amdkmdap stopped responding

Hello Altissimus. Wecome to the forum.

You are experiencing a TDR event. Unfortunately, these can have many causes, and the causes are different for every computer configuration. To find a solution requires you to do some diagnostic testing to narrow down the field of all possible causes.

Please read the info below. I hope it helps.

*************************************
"Display driver xxxxx stopped responding and was recovered"

Timeout Detection & Recovery (TDR) = "Display Driver Stopped Responding and was Recovered" is a useful feature that started in Vista and is also in W7 that allows the OS to try and recover from a video timeout so that the system does not crash to a bluescreen. Symptoms included a screen flash with the TDR message appearing one or more times or the screen blinking out to black. If the system cannot recover it will crash (Stop Error 116 typical). The issue is that the video card is not responding as expected. The solution is in the: why?

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to TDR errors. But the problem is usually found in the local environment (your computer). Finding the cause is a matter of checking every possible cause and uncovering the culprit through a simple process of elimination. By methodically running down a checklist of diagnostic procedures you should be able to find the cause and can correct it.

There are numerous reports of hardware solutions to TDR's. The most common are:
Poor Cooling
Pro... Read more

1 more replies
Relevance 102.66%

My Aspire R5-471T showing Warning Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered.its happening most of the time while browsing in internet explorer.

Answer:Display driver igfx stopped responding and has suc...

Hello Try updating the driver - yours may either be corrupt or have issues. See here to update: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/24345/Intel-Driver-Update-Utility Hope this helps.

8 more replies
Relevance 102.66%

Hi all. I am currently running on Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit. I just went back to playing World of warcraft, and everytime i log into a character i get an error message on the bottom of my screen saying, "Display Driver igfx stopped responding and successfully recovered." Then my screen would flash flack a few times then freeze and my computer would crash. I looked it up on Windows Problem reports and solutions and i found this.
I updated my driver and still happens. I have Intel(R) G33/G31 Express Chipset Family.

Video Hardware error
Description
A problem with your video hardware caused Windows to stop working correctly.

Problem signature
Problem Event Name: LiveKernelEvent
OS Version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033

Files that help describe the problem (some files may no longer be available)
WD-20101108-2241.dmp
sysdata.xml
Version.txt

Extra information about the problem
BCCode: 117
BCP1: 8502C008
BCP2: 8C016E80
BCP3: 00000000
BCP4: 00000000
OS Version: 6_0_6002
Service Pack: 2_0
Product: 768_1
Server information: e49a819e-383d-4a1e-bf8e-ad25b43c5e68

Please help, thank you!

Answer:Display Driver igfx stopped responding?

Your post indicates that a dmp report may have been generated. Follow these instructions and download to us, if a report is found

Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions - Windows 7 Forums

I know that you did not say that you had a BSOD

9 more replies
Relevance 102.66%

My Aspire R5-471T showing Warning Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered.its happening most of the time while browsing in internet explorer.

Answer:Display driver igfx stopped responding and has suc...

Hello Try updating the driver - yours may either be corrupt or have issues. See here to update: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/24345/Intel-Driver-Update-Utility Hope this helps.

2 more replies
Relevance 102.66%

My Aspire R5-471T showing Warning Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered.its happening most of the time while browsing in internet explorer.

More replies
Relevance 102.66%

When I open Media Center with Vista Home Premium The Screen Flash Black many times and an error message comes up saying "Display Driver igfx has stopped responding, than corrected itself" It also happened when I created a new user account I have a Sony Vaio VGN-N320E

Answer:Display Driver igfx has stopped responding

This seems to be a usual happening with vista Anytime the video gets overworked.

Appears to me that either vista wasn't designed to handle graphic happy applications or the computer builders are putting underpowered cards in the systems they are selling.

The only solutions I have found on the Net say to replace drivers and/or Video cards.

Also: Vista ads never said that the OS won't play most games. I bought one game, got it home, loaded it. And it stops immediately when I click 'play' with an error. The games web site says they have no intention of patching it to play on Vista.

2 more replies
Relevance 102.66%

Hello,

I am running Vista Home Premium and I have been getting an error saying "Display driver igfx has stopped responding and managed to recover" or something very close to that. The screen goes black for a second or two and then comes back. Are there any fixes for this?

I'm not sure what information you need from me, so please let me know and I'll get back to you. I will say I have an Intel(R) 82945G Express Chipset Family for my display adapter. I checked for updates to the driver and it found none. Thank you for your help and support!
 

Answer:Display driver igfx stopped responding

8 more replies
Relevance 102.66%

Hey guys i was playing wow today and suddenly my screen went black and it said Display Driver igfx has stopped responding some help would be appreciated Ty ^.^

-OrangeAngel

Answer:Display Driver IGFX has stopped responding?

Can you get the screen working, again or is it black, still?

46 more replies
Relevance 101.5%

I have a Windows Vista Home Premium System with 1024MB and 320GB - Compaq Presario Computer.

I have been experiencing a pop up, which reads:

"Display Driver igfx stopped responding, but has recovered,"

after the screen freezes and goes black, and then comes back with the above mentioned pop-up.

What can I do to eliminate this problem?

John
 

Answer:Display Driver igfx stopped responding,but has recovered

First things I would try:

Latest chipset drivers for your motherboard and most recent video drivers.
 

3 more replies
Relevance 101.5%

Whenever I try to play World of Warcraft and get into anything involving action whatsoever, my entire screen will go black for about 3-5 (or more) seconds, then display the massage "Display driver igfx stopped responding an was recovered". This will happen as often as every 15 seconds, which is extremely annoying, inconvinient, and disorientating.

I've searched throughout countless threads, as well as almost the entirety of google, but to no avail. From what I've heard, it's most likely due to an out of date driver. I've tried downloading new drivers and all, but it will either download correctly but not fix the problem, or say "Your computer does not meet the requirements for this dowlnoad." Please help, this is driving me to madness. MADNESS I SAY!

System specs are as follows, I can provide any additional information if neccisary:

OS: Windows Vista Home Basic 32-bit
Model: Compaq/HP 6720s (Laptop)
965 Express Chipset Family

Answer:The infamous display driver igfx stopped responding. AGAIN.

Where are you getting the drivers from?

I thought wow ran on everything, and intel says it does too.

I'm always suspecting heat when gaming on laptops, d/l hwmonitor from here and have it running while you play.

7 more replies
Relevance 101.5%

I was getting this error message before my computer completely failed and now as of an in home service call where my motherboard, CPU, and RAM were replaced with new ones I am still getting it.  When it happens the computer does indeed stop accepting mouse input or keyboard input for a brief period of time of a few seconds or less.  I notice that the Lenovo website HAD the graphics driver as a "Critical Update" and that most recent driver recommended by Lenovo was 15.40.10.4300 and I had updated to that before the computer failure and that is still my current driver.  I think it very strange that Lenovo no longer has ANY graphics drivers on their site for the Y900 - DIY which uses the onboard graphics!  I think it is also very odd that Lenovo is no longer selling the Y900 - DIY.  First it was "sold out" and now it is no longer even shown as an available model.  Note that the Intel site has a more recent driver available which is 15.40.25.4463, release date 6/17/2016.  The intel site shows the release date for my current driver 15.40.10.4300 as 10/26/2015.  Is anyone else experiencing this problem and can I expect my new motherboard/CPU/RAM to fail again? https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25484/Intel-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-10-and-Windows-7-8...

More replies
Relevance 100.63%

Hello. Lately I have been getting back into my video gaming on my computer, and I'm playing a game called Perfect World.

However, whenever I load it up, every 5 seconds The screen goes black and the get the error message at the bottom right hand corner "Display driver igfx has stopped responding and managed to recover".

Its really bugging me as I can't play my game! I've tried updating my display drivers and they are now fully updated, however, its still not fixed!

My computer is a Toshiba Satellite A300-146,

The display drivers:
Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset Family
Any help would be greatly appreciated! I'm really stuck with this and i'm not brilliant with computers
Sincerely,
Quavey
x
 

Answer:Display driver igfx has stopped responding and managed to recover! Help!

Update DirectX, if there's a newer version.
 

3 more replies
Relevance 100.63%

Still didnt get help from anyone,

Maybe there is someone out there that can help me.

While I'm on the net my computer screen goes blank and then dispalys the error message.

Does anyone have any idea why?
 

Answer:display driver igfx stopped responding and has succesfully recovered

You have Vista, I assume?
Playing games online or just surfing (apparently it is quite common for people playing Worlds of Warcraft)?
Regardless, it seems to be a driver problem and a lot of people have it - and, while some people have managed to fix it by getting the most recent driver (see this site for more info:
http://www.itwriting.com/blog/?p=110 )
well, some have just given up and gone back to XP.

Oh, and please don't cross-post - I see you have this same question here in this forum.
 

3 more replies
Relevance 100.63%

Hello.
 
My computer was working fine. Then, in the process of moving, I turned it off for a week or two. When I tried to turn it back on as soon as I log into windows the screen flashes on and off a few times then it resets. There's a little message in the corner that says "Display driver igfx stopped responding and has succesfully reovered"
 
I can start in safe mode without any problems. I tried updating the drivers at https://downloadcenter.intel.com/default.aspx?
 
This does not work for me and I get a message stating 0x80070641 - The Windows Installer Service could not be accessed. This can occur if the Windows Installer is not correctly installed. Contact your support personnel for assistance.
 
Any ideas?

Answer:Display driver igfx stopped responding / windows won't start

I think you need to run windows update readiness tool for vista (32 or 64 depending on which your system is) and then run windows update, and then download and install windows installer, and then install the video driver again. I hesitate to link you to the exact things because I'm not totally sure and I don't want to mess you up. But if no one else replies with a clearer answer (which hopefully they will) then at least this points you in the right direction I think.

5 more replies
Relevance 100.63%

Hello,   My Lenovo Y50-70's screen often freezes producing this error in the Event Viewer: Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered.

- <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
- <System>
<Provider Name="Display" />
<EventID Qualifiers="0">4101</EventID>
<Level>3</Level>
<Task>0</Task>
<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2017-01-06T18:34:14.105807500Z" />
<EventRecordID>7308</EventRecordID>
<Channel>System</Channel>
<Computer>Tommer-LA</Computer>
<Security />
</System>
- <EventData>
<Data>igfx</Data>
<Data />
</EventData>
</Event>This error occurs pretty regularly, and when it does occur it often makes me lose the game - Or causes some games to crash out which is utterly unnacceptable for a Laptop built for gaming.  I'm not being funny but, I've tried all the Intel Graphics Drivers. I've tried old ones, I've tried new ones, I've tried the latest customized ones you at Lenovo supply - They are all duff. They all exhibit the same behaviour.  The Only way I've managed to get my laptop to be stable is to simply uninstall the Intel Graphics Drivers completely and rely on Microsoft's basic Display Driver which tells me that nothing is wrong with my hardware, you gu... Read more

More replies
Relevance 99.47%

Ok everytime I am in World of Warcraft my screen goes black and minimizes comes back does it again and locks up and restarts. Then I get the message "display driver igfx has stopped responding and has successfully recovered. I can't figure out what else to do. I have updated all my drivers. Even restored my computer to the factory settings. Deleted my driver and reinstalled it. I don't know what else to do.

My spec are:
Pavilion p6110f
Intel(R) G33/G31 Express Chipset Family

Any other info you may need just ask, because I'm not too sure what to provide for this. Thanks for any and all help in advance!!!
 

Answer:Solved: Display Driver igfx has stopped responding and has successfully recovered

11 more replies
Relevance 99.47%

A couple of times during the day I get a black display and then a Windows 10 notification saying that the "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered". In the event log the following event is logged : "Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered." I updated the Intel graphics driver via the windows update mechanism to 20.19.15.4352 and the frequency of the message seems to be reduced. However I do get it 3 to 5 times a day.













Solved!

Go to Solution.

Answer:P70 Intel HD 530 Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered.

My graphics driver kept doing blackouts, too. Not sure if this will solve your problem but this is what fixed mine: NVIDIA Control Panel -> 3D Settings -> Manage 3D Settings -> Tab "Global settings" -> Preferred Graphics Processor -> Select: High performance NVIDIA Processor

3 more replies
Relevance 98.31%

T61 with Vista Business and intel GM965 video chips. When playing World of Warcraft the game freezes periodically, the screen goes black and then, usually, it will get back to normal with the message about the display driver having stopped and recovered. Occasionally though it locks up and I get the BSOD and a reboot. I tried using the latest drivers from Lenovo but it doesn't fix it. I tried uninstalling them and installed the Intel latest drivers as they were a newer release. Again, does not improve anything so I went back to the Lenovo ones for the time being. I've set the game to the lowest spec video setting possible with lowest resolution possible etc but nothing seems to cure this problem. Lenovo tech support told me something about timers being out and blamed it on Vista. I've asked for a more detailed, written response but, in the meantime I'd like to ask if anybody has been able to sort this problem out? Looking online it seems that this is the single most common problem with laptops fitted with GM965 chipset so I'd have thought that between the BIOS and driver writers in Intel, Lenovo and Microsoft somebody could solve this or, at least tell everybody what it is and why it can't be solved so that people looking to play games on a laptop steer clear of this chipset. Thanks.













Solved!

Go to Solution.

Answer:T61 problem. Display driver igfx has stopped responding and has successfully recovered + BSOD

I a have solution to a problem that plagues many players!I too have been having a problem where about three mins after logging intoWoW the screen goes black for 4-5 seconds, and then continues to do so every30 seconds or so.Here are my system specs.GTW GT5412OS: Vista Home Premium 32-BitProcessor: Intel Core 2 1.80GhzRam: 2038MBVideo Card: Intel 82945G Express Chipset Family.I read all over on the internet trying to fix it, and everyone said todownload the 02/04/07 drivers from intel.com but every time I would run theinstaller it would tell me they weren't made for my computer.Here is how I eventually got it to work.Step 1:Download the 02/04/07 drivers from Intel (Version # 15.1) Put them somewhereyou'll remember. (Desktop)http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Filt...eng&sType=prevStep 2:Go to [Start -> Control Panel -> Security -> Turn automatic updating on oroff (Under Windows Update) -> Select "Check for updates but let me choosewhether to download and install them.Step 3:Go to [Start -> Control Panel -> System and Maintenance -> Device Manager ->Tell Vista to Continue -> Display Adapters -> Right-click and uninstall yourcurrent drivers.Step 4:Restart your computer. When Vista opens you will get a message that it isinstalling "VGA adapter drivers"Step 5:Run "winvista_151" (Driver installer you downloaded earlier)It should work - and if it comes up with a "Unknown error" than just tryrunning the installer again.It worked without a hitch for me, a... Read more

2 more replies
Relevance 92.22%

Hello,
for the past couple of days I regularly get Display driver had stopped working and has succefully recovered. PC is a Dell Inspiron One 2205.
I also got three times today a total crash with restart saying "Tread Stuck in Device Driver. Can anyone help?
Using W10 Pro AMD Radeon HD 5000 series Grafic Card
 

More replies
Relevance 91.64%

Every now and then (approximately once every 1-2 weeks) my laptop will start flickering black and then showing the normal screen, though I can't actually click on anything, whilst in the bottom right hand corner it'll say "Display Driver igfx stopped responding and has recovered". It'll do this for about a minute until it brings up a BSOD.

-OS: Windows Vista 32 bit (the original OS)

-OS: Pre-installed on system

-Hardware approximately 4 years old

-CPU: Intel Centrino Duo ---> ( Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU T5300 @ 1.73GHz, 1733MHz, 2 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s) )

-Video Card: Mobile Intel(R) 945 Express Chipset Family

-Laptop: Toshiba Equium A100-02L

-Power Supply: Toshiba - Input: 100-240V ~ 1.5A 50-60Hz
- Output: 15V ------ 5A

Answer:BSOD after "Display Driver igfx has stopped responding.." loop

Have you download and installed new graphics drivers from the Intel Download Center? If not, please do that ASAP - http://downloadcenter.intel.com

Your C:\ drive has only 2% free space in the PERFMON report. Please free up 8 gB of space (that'll give you about 15% free space).

Your memory is experiencing excessive pagination. This means that you don't have enough RAM to run the system effectively (the systeminfo report shows only 94 mB free). A mature installation of Vista requires a minimum of 2 gB of RAM to function properly (you only have 1 gB). Also, with this amount of RAM you can't afford to have any programs starting when you start the computer - and you can't affort to have more than 1 program running at a time.

There are no memory dump files in the files that you attached. I'd suspect that this is because of the RAM issues that you're having. Luckily there is some information about the Blue Screens in the MSINFO32 report.

You are having STOP 0x117 errors, with a smattering of STOP 0x116 and 0x10e errors. All involve video, which isn't surprising since you've described video errors occurring.

Once you've updated the video drivers, make sure that you blow the vents out with canned air (in both directions) and verify that the fan is working. DO NOT use an air compressor or vacuum cleaner as they can cause damage to the system.

Please update all drivers for your system from the Toshiba website. There are quite a few from 2006 and they may not ... Read more

3 more replies
Relevance 91.64%

This has already been brought up here but I wanted to put it again because I'm having difficulty with it at the current moment and I was having trouble understanding what was put in the response to the other one.

Basically, I started playing Perfect World International. At first I played at my friend's place but now I've started playing on my own laptop. I downloaded and played for the first time on my laptop. As I was playing, the screen went black. After a second, it went back to normal and it said "Display driver igfx has stopped responding and managed to recover". Now this happened multiple times. After a while it became impossible to play as it was happening so frequently. I restarted and was able to play again without problem for a few more minutes before it started once again.

I really don't know what to do, what do you recommend?
 

Answer:"Display driver igfx has stopped responding and managed to recover"

Video driver is stalling, as part of Vista's new WDDM pipeline Windows will just restart the driver. You should update your video card driver and DirectX too, do you know what GPU aka video card your using?
 

3 more replies
Relevance 91.35%

Hello,
About 3 - 4 times a day while working, my computer will freeze for a 1 - 2 seconds and I get a message saying my display driver has crashed and has fully recovered. In the event log I see a warning saying:
"Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered."
I have a Dell XPS 15 running Windows 10 with the latest updates. It has one Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600 and one NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M graphics cards. I also use a Dell D3100 USB 3 docking station, however I notice the issue with and without this being used.
I have tried installing the latest drivers for the NVIDIA card. I am currently using "10.18.13.5906".
Any ideas on how to fix this?
Cheers,
Mark

Answer:Dell XPS 15 "Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered."

OK so the issue just happened again. I was working in Atom editor, and the exact errors I received are:

And the error in my system log is:

10 more replies
Relevance 90.48%

system specs

Seasonic 650 watts
Gigabyte Radeon 7750 HD
asus A88XM-A Micro ATX FM2+ motherboard
AMD a10-7850k 3.4GhZ quad core (It also says with R7 Radeon it's 3.7 GhZ)
12 GB of RAM (Used to have 4GB)

Description of the crash:
Freezes the screen for 2 seconds, turns off the monitor, goes back up, pop up on the task bar saying "Display driver amdkmdap has stopped responding and has succesfully recovered". Some games crash after that, some games continue to work. If this happens while chrome browser is open, chrome browser will not open up the window and will stay minimized until it's process is killed.

Things I tried

Upgrading RAM
Downcloacking
Uninstalling old drivers (complete whipe) then installing new ones
Turning off every power saving feature on every device
Reinstalling windows
Turning off the TDR

Things I haven't tried:
Overvoltage (Can't do it because 7750 is voltage locked)
Switching to another GPU because I don't own another one

This crash occurs during
-switching from steam overlay to an actual game, vice versa
-after the game loads and gets into the main game
-turning fullscreen on youtube
-pausing the game from menu then resuming the game
-very rarely while playing the actual game randomly

More replies
Relevance 90.19%

Hello Support Users,
I'm having an issue with the OptiPlex 3040 Intel HD Graphics 530 Driver for Windows 10 Pro. The machine will work fine for awhile then while certain applications like Microsoft Excel are running, the machine will stop working and give the following error:"Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered."
This machine has 2 monitors so using the Microsoft Basic Display Adapter doesn't work, even googling if that works or detects such is almost absent. I'm just letting whoever know it doesn't work with dual monitors on Windows 10 Pro.
I've found this link and installed the following display driver to see if that clears the issue + adjusted some PC settings in "Advanced System Settings" Under This PC : Windows still chooses what to do for visual effects and Virtual Memory is now 4096MB. I've also added the TdrRelay = 10 to the GraphicsDriver section in Registry.
Here is the link that's been suggested and the steps I've taken so far, I did skip the DELL driver and went for the initial Intel Generic Driver instead.
Is anyone else facing this issue with their onboard graphics?
Thread I've used so far to troubleshoot:www.intel.com/.../000005482.html
Any suggestions which could help or solutions for this PC?

More replies
Relevance 85.84%

while playing World of Warcraft my screen will go black and the messages that pops up is "Display driver igfx stopped responding and has revovered" this happens a lot and is very annoying. many times i even have to restart the game cuz even though it says it has recovered my game screen stays black. please help so i dont go crazy.
 

Answer:Display driver igfx stoped responding and has recovered

i have read that it is an update from windows that causes the problem. do you know which update it is and will removing the update fix the problem.
 

2 more replies
Relevance 85.26%

At random times my screen will go black then it will come back on soon after and I will get a little bubble coming from the taskbar saying "Display driver igfx has stopped working but has recovered" or something like that.

I google'd it but most of the results seem to relate to World of Warcraft. I do not play or have World of Warcraft installed.

perfmon report attached.

Answer:Display driver igfx stopped working

"igfx" is your Intel video driver. Update the Intel chipset drivers.

However, PERFMON reports that you are experiencing excessive paging, because only 78 MB RAM is available. You have 1 GB installed physical RAM; Vista really needs 2 GB minimum. I would suspect that the video is going out because there is not enough RAM for your video to function. Paging can only do so much.

Happy Holidays!

jcgriff2

.

4 more replies
Relevance 84.39%

Hello, I was playing World Of Warcraft then the screen turns black then I get a bubble saying "Display driver igfx has stopped working and recovered."
Can anyone please help?
I have Intel(R) G33/G31 Express Chipset Family

Answer:Display driver igfx has stopped working and recovered

1 - update your display driver from the Intel Download Center ( http://downloadcenter.intel.com )
2 - update your WoW game

1 more replies
Relevance 83.52%

My screen goes all wonky if I run the intel turbo boost or the weather on my desktop. I keep getting this error message: display driver stopped responding and has recoveredDisplay driver Intel Graphics Accelerator Drivers for windows 7 Stopped responding and has successfully recovered.intel turbo boost.  It still does it sometimes but not often.  I tried running the diagnostic for the video stress both the 10 min and the 40 but going from step 3 where the pop-up box says no updates and I close that to continue to step 4 gathering test. I get the error msg. problem detected try again.

More replies
Relevance 83.52%

Hey guys, I recently bought Fallout New Vegas and its already crashing after a short time when I start playing, the screen goes white and it exits then it says 'display driver Igfx has stopped working and successfully recovered'
I hope you guys could help here are my specs and ive run this game for a period of 2 hours before it started crashing! . HELP pleeassee!

Windows Vista: 32bit
2.00ghz
Pentium dual core processor T4200
3.00gb of ram
Intel (R) Express chipset family
Manufacturer Dell
Inspiron 1525
 

Answer:Fallout New Vegas- display driver igfx has stopped working

6 more replies
Relevance 82.65%

I have seen reviews of this all over the internet but mostly people just saying the problem I have. I have a 32 bit Windows Vista Home Premium and running on an EMACHINES computer. I just bought this game and it blows I can't even play it! While Im playing it randomly turns the screen black and then in minimizes the game, and makes my comp. go sooo slow and says the message on the title. Then it resumes again and the graphics are all screwd up, the icons are like a cm away from where they appear to be. Please help me!
 

Answer:Sims 3: Display Driver IGFX stopped working and has successfully recovered

You don't seem to have a dedicated graphics card capable of playing the game. You'd most probably need to upgrade that...
Cheap way: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125251 Will play the game, but don't expect high settings and a smooth gameplay at all times (well, that has to do with your low-end CPU too...)
If you want to play it at a bit higher graphical settings, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121320 + http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139008
 

2 more replies
Relevance 80.04%

I don't know if this is a game issue or not but it only usually happens when I am playing one.

I keep getting this error every other day or so any not usually more then once in a day

This started happening I think a couple months ago. It usually comes when I play hearthstone not exactly a graphically intense game and that's pretty much the only game I play on my laptop. It also comes at random times no rhyme or reason when it happens sometimes I can play for hours with nothing happening sometimes it happens after a game sometimes it happens in the middle of a game. Also I played hearthstone for a while before and never had this problem

what happens is the screen goes white for a bit then after maybe a minute everything goes back to normal ie just as the error describes

looking in the event viewer it says event 4101
Display driver igfx stopped responding and has successfully recovered.

google hasn't let me to any solutions and I am pretty sure my drivers are up to date

any potential solutions would be appreciated
 

Answer:Event 4101 Display error

The error is simply stating the video driver crashed and recovered.

This could be a driver issue (outdated or corrupt), a driver glitch related to other software (such as the game if it were only occurring with that game), or an actual hardware fault.

Try manually updating or reinstalling the video drivers from the laptop manufacturer.
 

1 more replies
Relevance 77.14%

First off heres a screen of the exact message I get: http://www.itwriting.com/blog/?p=110. While playing some games, every 1-3 minutes, my screen goes black. To fix this I have to alt tab out and tab back into the game. The message i get appears on my taskbar: " "Display driver igfx stoppe responding and has successfully recovered". It is a very annoying message, and I'm using a new computer with windows vista on it. If you dont think it is a big deal then think of this : its 1v1 and your playing counter strike source. All of the sudden your screen goes black and you hear shots followed by a "HEADSHOT" "COUNTER-TERRORISTS WIN." This bug is really annoying and I need someone to give me a step by step guide to fix it.
 

Answer:Error - "Display driver igfx stoppe responding and has successfully recovered"

i'm on a vista as well and while running World of Warcraft I can relate to that annoyingness of 1 v 1 all of a sudden goes black and your dead. Any help would be nice.
 

2 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

In the last few days this happened 2-3x - screen goes black for a few seconds, then a dialog box says "Display Driver AMD stopped responding and has successfully recovered." Yesterday, it happened again, but then went to a blue screen. I didn't have a chance to write down all the text, but I think it was also about the AMD Display Driver.

I googled it, but got so many suggestions, I wasn't sure what to do. Even the AMD site has about 20 different options of what might be wrong - and I wasn't sure which ones apply to me. I'm hoping if I post here along with info on my system, someone will point me in the right direction. I think it happens watching video, but not necessarily the same site or application. I use Firefox & Chrome browsers - I think it happens in Firefox, but it could be both. Please let me know if you need more info. Sorry if this is in the wrong section; wasn't sure where to post because I don't know what the problem is.

It's probably more info than needed, but here are the specs on my laptop:
Acer ASPIRE 5560-Sb653: AMD Quad-Core Processor A6-3400M w/ Turbo CORE Technology up to 2.3 GHz, AMD Radeon HD 6520 G, 512MB Graphics System Memory, 6 GB DDR3 Memory, 500 GB HDD
DVD SuperMulti DL drive, Acer Nplify 802.11b/g/n Windows 7 Home Premium
15.6” HD LED LCD / HD webcam / HDMI out usb port /combo audio jack / multi-in-1 card reader
SOFTWARE INSTALLED: (major programs used) Open Office (MS Office not installed.) AV... Read more

More replies
Relevance 104.14%

Sometimes, after having been on for a long time, my screen will go black for a few seconds. It comes back a bit awkwardly, with different parts of the screen appearing separately. Once everything is back, I get a little popup saying that the display driver stopped responding, and has recovered. It's only a minor annoyance, but I'd like to know if there's any way to fix this? In my device manager, it says that I'm missing a video controller, which could be the cause of this.

Answer:Display Driver Has Stopped Responding

Hi Wrinkledlion, Its the sort of thing you really want to get sorted. The first step would be to check your manufacturer for driver updates that could address this issue
If you could fill out your system specs in your user control panel at the top of the page it would be appreciated as it would make it easier to assist you

1 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I have just purchased a Geforce 9500gs graphics card so i can view Blu Ray movies on computer, the other card didnt have HDCP. Since install i have got the latest Nvidia driver for this card using automatic recognition of the card and since installing this driver, it keeps black screening every 10 mins on average with message " display driver stopped responding and has succesfully recovered.Can anybody help, its driving me up the wall.

Answer:display driver stopped responding win 7

I dont use this for gaming, could it have anything to do with Directx.

1 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

im having trouble when i try to play this game
after nearly five minutes of playing it the game closes itself down and i get a message saying
the display driver nvlddmkm has stopped responding
i have 4gb ram , nvidia geforce gt 240 graphics card and 2.33ghz
im using windows vista 32bit sp2
my computer is a dell inspiron/studio 540
the game im trying to play is two worlds epic edition
if you could offer any assistance please do
and if you want to know anything else just ask

Answer:display driver stopped responding

Check and update your DirectX 9 drivers, as the game your playing might not support DirectX 10. Also check and update your graphics drivers too. If your still having problems, then possibly downgrade the graphic's, as if too many things are on the screen, it may cause the driver to stop responding.

IF still having troubles, try and contact Nvidia support team.
Sincerely,

Hahaz.

2 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I'm have ''Display driver NVIDIA Windows kernel Mode driver,version 195.55 stopped responding and has sucessfully recovered." when i play games.
I don't get this error in Windows XP, only getting it in Win Vista and Win7
I've tried several drivers and even reinstalled Win7 but i can't fix this

Answer:Display driver stopped responding

Most likely, something to do with system ram.

Visit the maker of you ram modules' site to determine the correct Vdimm (ram voltage) and timings. Set the motherboard accordingly.

Also, could be caused by too much heat on the gpu. Try running with a big room fan blowing inside the open case, as a test.

9 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YUFNu4CNs0&feature=g-upl
my system
ASUS M5A78L LE AMD 760G/SB710 AM3+ DDR3 2000MHZ (O.C.) ANAKarT
CORSAIR 4GB VENGEAnCE DDR3 1600MHZ CL9 TEK MODÜL BELLEK
AMD PHENOM II X4 980 BLACK EDITION AM3 3.7GHZ 8MB CACHE 45NM &#304;&#350;leMCI
GTX560 TI TOP (OVerCLOCKLU MODELI) GDDR5 1 GB
XileNCE 580W PSU

everytime i play mw3 it goes black screen then computer freeze with a sound like brrrr can anyone help me please? i installed 295.73 drivers after but it didnt work also
 

Answer:gtx 560 ti display driver stopped responding

13 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

im getting so angry at this now this is a brand new comp like 1 week ... it keeps happening i get *Display driver AMD stopped responding and has recovered* at random times it will happen like 4 times in a row then go back to normal for hours.

Things i have tried :
#1 Replace to a upgraded PSU cuz ppl thought it could be not enough power
#2 Tried to re install the graphics card
#3 installed only the drivers not CCC
#4 Tried turning up fan but happened again

I am running out of things to test out without paying for more things and since i just baught this and upgraded psu i aint got the money to buy more things T_T.

Can anybody help me please
 

Answer:Display driver AM stopped responding

Is there a AMD Driver installed.
http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Pages/index.aspx

Did you bye this newer computer at a store.

And can you give us the Computer Spec.
http://majorgeeks.com/Speccy_d6358.html

Let Speccy Load
After it loads
Go to File then Save as Text file then load it up to here as a attachment.
 

9 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Hello. I have a dell inspiron 1501 Laptop that came with the vista platform. However, I have upgraded my computer since (and it's been years now as well) to windows 7 ultimate. For months I have been able to use my computer fine with no problems whatsoever pertaining to my Display, but of late, since about 3 months now or so, my computer has been delaying when I am watching movies and now every time I am on it, my display driver keeps on stopping and then displays this message

"DISPLAY DRIVER STOPPED AND HAS RECOVERED"

I get this message I would say almost every 2-5 minutes when I am using my computer. It is getting frustrating because it makes it harder to watch movies, and burn any kind of dvds on my computer. Can anyone help me please.

I uninstalled and then reinstalled the drivers a couple of times, but nothing has changed since. What could be the possible solution to this?

Thanks.

Answer:Display Driver stopped responding

Please try here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2665946

2 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

When I use excel program, I usually found graphic card problem.Can you help me to fix this problem ? ( Microsoft office 2010 std. )

More replies
Relevance 104.14%

Hi, my problem is about my GPU, the display drivers stop responding and then it recovers again. After that I cannot play any video what so ever (game, online video, etc). this is the message:
(Display driver stopped responding and has recovered - Display driver NIVIDA Winnows Kernel Driver, Version 285.62
stopped responding and has successfully recovered)

AND YES I AM USING THE LATEST NVIDIA DRIVERS.

Thank you.
 

Answer:Display driver stopped responding

7 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I think many people know of this message, its aggravating me to say the least. It happens on every game I play and often results in a blue screen. I have tried numerous "fixes" and when it seems I have fixed it, it happens again. I'm not sure where the problem lies, not that computer savvy.Tried disabling PhysX, setting TDRlevel to 0, updating drivers, rolling back drivers and an assortment of other things. Any assistance would be appreciated. Here's the dxdiag log if it helps anything.



Code:
------------------
System Information
------------------
Time of this report: 1/26/2010, 04:10:51
Machine name: DEREK-PC
Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (6.1, Build 7600) (7600.win7_rtm.090713-1255)
Language: English (Regional Setting: English)
System Manufacturer: System manufacturer
System Model: System Product Name
BIOS: BIOS Date: 09/21/09 14:31:28 Ver: 21.01
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 240 Processor (2 CPUs), ~2.8GHz
Memory: 4096MB RAM
Available OS Memory: 4096MB RAM
Page File: 2099MB used, 6088MB available
Windows Dir: C:\Windows
DirectX Version: DirectX 11
DX Setup Parameters: Not found
User DPI Setting: Using System DPI
System DPI Setting: 96 DPI (100 percent)
DWM DPI Scaling: Disabled
DxDiag Version: 6.01.7600.16385 32bit Unicode

------------
DxDiag Notes
------------
Display Tab 1: No problems found.
Sound Tab 1: No problems ... Read more

Answer:Display driver has stopped responding and..

Welcome!

Have you tried these drivers? If those do not work, go into Device Manager, right-click on your card, and select Uninstall Drivers. Reboot, and see if it works.

If not, then go back to Device Manager, select your card, and click Update Drivers.

~JK

9 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Hello sevenforums, I am currently having an issue with what I think is my graphics card. When I run online games the game runs for about 2 minutes, crashes and says "display driver AMD has stopped responding and has been repaired." I've googled this problem and none of the solutions that I've found have worked. I've downloaded Microsoft fix it center and it says nothing it wrong. I've tried to update the card but it says it's already updated.

My graphics card is: AMD Radeon HD 6630
My computer model is: Sony VIAO SE

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Answer:Display driver has stopped responding

Hello,

Download the latest version of your graphics driver. If you have already done this then download an older version to see if it is more stable.
Dave

6 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I have aLenovo Ideacentre AIO700 that I bought about two weeks ago. I have had constant problems with this message coming up. It is really annoying. I have tried updating the driver but still get the message.
 
The full message is "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered. Display driver Intel HD Graphics Drivers for Windows 8(R) stopped responding and has successfully recovered"
 
Any help please.
 
 
Mod's Edit: System model added to front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.

Answer:700 AIO - Display Driver Stopped Responding and Ha...

Try installing this Intel Display driver: http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/Desktops-and-all-in-ones/700-Series/aio-700-22ish/downloads...



I'm a Lenovo advocate, part of the Lenovo INsiders program. #LenovoIN. I don't work for Lenovo.

9 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I have had my h50 for about a month. I keep getting the "display driver has stopped responding and has recovered" error. My graphics is Intel 4600 but could not update it at the Intel site, had to go to lenovo site. I found and installed a new driver for Windows 10 64 bit. Problem continues. Any solutions?
 
Mod's Edit: System model added to front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.
 










Solved!
Go to Solution.

Answer:H50 - Display driver has stopped responding.

Welcome jmgilbyYou could install the generic driver by using bypass method as a workaround. 
PeterThinkPad W520 | ThinkCentre E73 SFF | Yoga 11s | Yoga 3 Pro | Yoga 900 | Yoga Home 900 | Yoga Tablet 2 Pro | Miix 2 10" | IdeaPad Y460p | IdeaPad K1 | 3000 Y300 
Give kudos to reward people for their assistance | Mark thread solved if the solution works | I am an active volunteer, not an Lenovo employee
=====================================
List of Sound Enhancement Thread
W520 ; Dolby ; IdeaPad Slate Tablet ; Yoga 3 Pro ; X100e ; Vibe Shot ; Yoga 900 ; P50

2 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

That is the message I get right after my videos crash. The whole screen blacks out and turns green. I'm not sure if it is Google Chrome or if it's my computer. Does anyone mind telling me how to fix it? What am I doing wrong?
 

Answer:Display Driver Stopped Responding

6 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.4
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 58 Stepping 9
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 10197 Mb
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 7570, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 911 GB (792 GB Free); D: 19 GB (2 GB Free);
Motherboard: PEGATRON CORPORATION, 2AD5
Antivirus: Norton Security, Enabled and Updated

I use Internet Explorer as my default web browser and Bing as my default web search engine. Today, Halloween, Bing has a opening web page that is basically a scary video with audio and pretty intense video movement. It freezes my computer up so bad I have to cold boot my computer to get things working again. When it freezes like this I get the following error message: Display driver stopped responding and has recovered - Display driver AMD

This computer is about 6 years old and I have never updated any of the drivers. My guess is it would probably help to update my video display driver, right.

I have never done this before and have no idea where to get an updated driver for it and how to install it.

I will need some pretty heavy hand holding on this cause I have no clue how to do this and if things go bad with the new driver is there a way to revert back to the old one?

Would appreciate the help
 

More replies
Relevance 104.14%

"Display Driver Stopped Responding and has recovered." I know this is not a unique problem since I can find it all over this and other forums, but none of the fixes I've tried have worked, and no situations I've read about are like mine.

This is a problem that occurred two or three times over a one-year period since I built my unit--nothing to really complain about. Usually the screen went black for a second, recovered, and I was on my way. But like a number of problems I'm dealing with now, it has gotten much worse since I upgraded to Windows 10 and subsequently had to abandon that hard drive and go back Windows 7 on a new hard drive a couple months ago.

It still wasn't a huge issue until this morning, when it has occurred over and over, and now it often doesn't recover: the monitor goes to sleep and all I can do is turn the computer off and on to start over. My GPU is a NVIDIA GeForce 760, and I have uninstalled the old drivers, reinstalled new ones with a clean install, and this makes no difference. (In fact, I've done this several times, with different driver versions.)

What have I done recently that could make a sudden change? I've included some add-ons to my web browser, but I took those off just in case. I installed an SSD this weekend, which the computer fully recognizes, and which I plan to eventually use to hold programs, but right now it's just empty, one of three hard drives.

I'd be grateful for any ideas. By the way, all I'm tryin... Read more

More replies
Relevance 104.14%

but has recovered...is the message i get right after my games freeze for about 5 seconds. My games never crash when this happens, screen flashes then comes back as if nothing happened. I get this maybe 1 or 2 times every three days or so.

I get this message when im gaming sometimes after my computer wakes up from sleep mode(only seen it do it once though).

I have tried catalyst drivers 9.11, 9.12, and 10.1. It has been doing this ever since i got my computer a month ago. I have the newest drivers for just about everything. In the beginning i would get this issue half a dozen times a day but now its much more rare for some reason. I have had this issue in every single one of my games at least once.

Sometimes my screen will go black(monitor loses signal) and i have to hard reboot.

Answer:Ati display driver stopped responding...

I have win7, ati 200M and 3dsmax 2010. Whenever I run 3dsmax, my ati driver started be a crazy computer component. It stops responding and comes back, frequently. Please help us.

4 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Dear everybody,

this issue came up since i updated my FF4, and this is really...really suck..

I wonder whether there are any other ways to fix it, please kindly help me

Thanks

Answer:Display driver stopped responding..?

Only two things I can think of. 1. Remove the driver and update it. 2. Go back to the older FF. I would try the driver update first. Make sure you reboot after driver installation.

9 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Hello.I've just bought a parts for my new computer. The list of all parts:- Intel Core i5 4670 (3.40Ghz, 6MB) BOX (CPU)- Gigabyte Radeon HD 7790 2GB Windforce 2X OC (GPU)- Western Digital Caviar Blue 1000GB 64MB (hard drive)- XFX Core Edition PRO 550W (power supply)- Gigabyte GA-H87M-HD3 (motherboard)- Corsair ValueSelect 4GB 1600Mhz cl11 - 1.50V (RAM)I have installed a Windows 7 and drivers.Now I am having problem with my graphic card. If I am using the computer just for browsing on the internet it freezes for a few seconds and after that a message "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered" .. this happens every 15 - 30 minutes.If I run a game (in my case Stronghold 2), the game (GPU) freezes at the "start game" screen.I have tried these things to solve my problem:- installed a GPU driver from CD- installed a GPU driver from ATI website- installed a GPU driver from Gigabyte websiteNothing worked ... still the same.Any ideas how can I solve my problem? 

Answer:Display driver stopped responding, new GPU

I would probably RMA the graphics card in this situation.  Different driver versions are about all you can try, really - you could try a different PCI-E slot, but you don't have any.  You could try reseating the graphics card and its power cables, but I suspect you're looking at a faulty graphics card.

1 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I was using my dell computer for 2 hours when the screen went to red and blue triangles. After many days of messing with it I still get "display driver stopped responding and has recovered" message. ATI
Radeon Family Happens every 5-15 minutes. Can it be fixed??

Answer:display driver stopped responding

Welcome to Windows Seven Forums.

Have a look on Dell Support for updated drivers: Welcome to Dell Support

You may have to change your region. If so, just click the link at the top-lefdt of the web page.

If updating drivers does'nt fix things, you may have to consider replacing your graphics card.

1 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Hi all, I'm new to this forum so hello from me and a Happy New Year.My current set up:CPU Intel® Core?2 Duo CPU E8500 @ 3.16GHzMemory 2x DDR2, PC2-6400 (400 MHz), 2048 MBytes, PDP SystemsMobo Asus P5KCGFX 8800GT Nvidia GeForceOS Microsoft Windows Vista64 (6.0) Home Premium Edition Service Pack 1 (Build 6001)Sound Creative SB X-FIMore frequently I am experiencing the message "Display Driver Stopped Responding and Has Recovered." It's so far only happened when playing Company of Heroes. The game freezes, screen goes black the sound continues in the back ground but the game never recovers I have to cntrl alt del out and manually shut the game down. A yellow triangle appears in the task bar and displays "Display Driver Stopped Responding and Has Recovered."I have the latest dirvers for the gfx card:180.48_geforce_winvista_64bit_english_whql..... and am unsure what else to try? Any ideas will be greatly apreciated

Answer:Display Driver Stopped Responding

If you feel happy about doing so, you could unplug the PC from the mains, open the case and re-seat the RAM and graphics card. The problem may be caused by bad contacts. This link gives a lot of information on doing both but in the context of building a PC click hereFailing that I can only offer a temporary fix click here and how `temporary it is I have no idea. As the words say the problem could be caused by heat or faulty memory.

3 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

My son is trying to play WOW and he just started getting the message "display driver stopped responding and has recovered". He has a Windows Vista and of course the warranty just expired with Dell. I can't figure out how to fix this and can't really afford to bring his computer in right now. Does anybody have any idea on what to do? Your help would be greatly appreciated.
 

More replies
Relevance 104.14%

I got a new computer 3 days ago and I have a problem with graphic card. When I try to play a game it works and then the screen stops responding for about 30 seconds and comes back and says Display driver has stopped responding and har recovered. I tried updating the drivers, flashing BIOS but nothing helped.
I have GA-P55S-UD3 motherboard, ATI Radeon HD5850 graphics, and i7 860 CPU.

Thanks for the help.

Answer:Display driver stopped responding

I had the same problem before with my HD5750 but it just suddenly stopped. Been clear for long time now.

8 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Hello,

I keep getting a "display driver has stopped responding and has recovered" error message and then the system freezes every half hour/hour.

I ran the SF Diagnostic Tool in Admin mode but it wouldn't let me run minidump (even as Admin) - keep getting "Unhandled exception has occurred ..."

Anyway, I've attached the zip file.

Any help would be much appreciated.

- Dave

Answer:Display Driver Stopped Responding

Code:

Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.11.0001.404 AMD64
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Loading Dump File [K:\BSODDmpFiles\MinisitePro\Seven Forums\020112-62150-01.dmp]
Mini Kernel Dump File: Only registers and stack trace are available

Symbol search path is: SRV*c:\symbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols
Executable search path is:
Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Pack 1) MP (6 procs) Free x64
Product: WinNt, suite: TerminalServer SingleUserTS Personal
Built by: 7601.17640.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.110622-1506
Machine Name:
Kernel base = 0xfffff800`02e19000 PsLoadedModuleList = 0xfffff800`0305e670
Debug session time: Wed Feb 1 09:15:22.621 2012 (GMT-7)
System Uptime: 0 days 0:25:19.745
Loading Kernel Symbols
...............................................................
................................................................
.........................................
Loading User Symbols
Loading unloaded module list
.........
*******************************************************************************
* *
* Bugcheck Analysis *
* *
*******************************************************************************

Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck 116, {fffffa800f919010, fffff8... Read more

9 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I bought a Lenovo H420 a couple of years ago.  Last year I started playing Marvel Heroes, and shortly thereafter I started having problems.  During gameplay the screen would go black for several seconds then come back.  It would only do it once every couple of weeks, so I didn't think much of it.  As time when on it got to the point where it would do it several times a game session.  I was content as long as it was a MH problem, but it's started happening with other games as well. When it happens I get this message "The display driver has stopped responding but has recovered".  A couple of times it didn't recover and the machine crashed and rebooted.  It came with a ATI Radeon 2600HD xt board that is no longer supported by AMD.  I've tried Microsoft's quick fix, monitoring the temps, and even doing some stuff with the power settings, and nothing seems to fix it.  I've recently began experimenting with different driver versions in hopes of finding one that is stable. When I unistall the AMD drivers, I notice that it still has a driver listed in the hardwell preferences.  Is that some onboard driver or something?  Is it possible for me to install a newer board that might now have this problem?  Is there a way to fix the problem?  I'm at my wits end because this seems to be a problem that could have any number of sources.

Answer:Display Driver stopped responding

hi Reedy-Fellow,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community Forums!
 
When you uninstall the driver make sure you place a check on the prompt that says Delete driver software for this device .
   Restart the system and Delete it again placing a check on the same box Delete driver software.
 
You will know if you are on a generic driver and all of previously loaded drivers are gone IF
          You don't see a box anymore asking to Delete driver software,
If that's the case that's the time you test a a different driver and restart,
 
Let me know your findings
Cheers!





Did someone help you today? Press the star on the left to thank them with a Kudo!If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"! This will help the rest of the Community with similar issues identify the verified solution and benefit from it.Follow @LenovoForums on Twitter!

6 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I bought my Yoga 700 a month ago.Wthats the solution for this problem.I have Windows 10Thanks for your helpOmar

Answer:Y 700 Display Driver Stopped responding

You can update the video driver. But first, you should move your forum post to the appropiate section.

1 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I've built myself a new computer and can't seem to figure this error out. I can run on the internet just fine, watching videos and surfing the web. When I play a graphic intense game (Aion), it will let me play for a minute or two then I get the screen will flash a few times and go black.

"Display Driver has stopped responding and has recovered succesfully." Is the error I get.

I have updated the driver for the Video card and Chipset to no avail. I did play Rise of Nations without any problems, but the game is pretty old and graphics are pretty bad. Does anybody know how to fix this issue? Is my graphic card overheating? Is it a problem with Windows 7? Any help would be appreciated. My specs follow.

Answer:Display Driver stopped Responding

I guess you have bios version 1207? Below link - downloads - select OS - bios - v1207 - this is easiest tool to update bios as you can do it from with in OS - ASUS Update V7.17.02 under utilities. 1207 is listed as the bios that supports the core i3 under CPU Suport List.

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

Nice new board have you latest ATI Drivers 9.12? Graphics Drivers & Software

If you start a thread at asus forums or search the forums you might find something if these suggestions dont solve it :
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Forum-

9 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Original error message:
"Display driver NVIDIA Kernel Mode Driver, Version 314.22 stopped responding and has succesfully recovered"

I'm getting this error again and again, mainly in games. (Which seems logic, they use the graphics card most)
Games without DX11 will continue after a black screen has occured, but at very low FPS.
Games with DX11 will just crash and stop working after the same black screen.

I've seached the web to find any clue to this problem and the only thing I found out, is that lots of people are suffering the same problem, but I found no solution that work to some extend.

I'm desperate now and I hope that same professionals could help me here.

Thanks,
Terrakor

Answer:Display driver stopped responding

I am using the same drivers and have no problem with it. May I ask How did you install the drivers ? Did you install it with Kasperski Antivirus 2013 turn off ? Sometimes you need to do a clean install in Safe Mode. But in the mean time, Try using your PC with Kasperski Antivirus 2013 turned off to see if it still causes problem.

4 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Hi guys, how are you all?

So anyways, I just got a new Toshiba A500 on Sunday and I am still getting used to it, but when browsing for some pictures on google my screen totally blacked out for 3 seconds then came back with this message at the toolbar thing:



Alright, I got REALLY freaked out when that happened, can somebody PLEASE help me out? What is happening, is there something wrong with my laptop? How do I stop this from happening?

Answer:Display Driver stopped responding?!?!

Update your graphics drivers:

32-bit: NVIDIA DRIVERS 197.16 WHQL
64-bit: NVIDIA DRIVERS 197.16 WHQL

1 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I have a fairly fresh install of Windows 7 (< 1 month), because I found a good deal on a SSD I couldn?t pass up, and it has been running nice.
I mostly use this machine for working and as such used the on-board graphics card of the motherboard (GA-880GM-UD2H), however with the great reviews on Guild Wars 2 I figured I would get back into gaming and bought a XFX Radeon HD 6870 for the occasion. As my Thermaltake TR2-450 would not be sufficient for this FX card I swapped it with a TR2-500 I had on another machine.
I can play GW2 for hours at best quality and it works great ? no slugginess or stuttering at all.
However if I start the machine and open up a browser I can within 5 min get 2-3 errors (?Display driver amdkmdap stopped responding and has successfully recovered.?), and eventually the system will reboot. It is not limited to one browser and has also happened with Windows Live Mail.

I have looked around and not found any solution yet so I am hoping someone in here might have the magic potion needed.

Thx

System
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-880GM-UD2H
CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) II X3 440 Processor, 3000 MHz, 3 Core(s), 3 Logical Processor(s)
Ram: Kingston Hyper X DDR3 16GB 1600
PSU: Thermaltake TR2-500W
Graphic: XFX Radeon HD 6870
Corsair Force 3 SSD [Hard drive] (90.03 GB) -- drive 0
ST3500418AS [Hard drive] (500.11 GB) -- drive 1
ST3250620A [Hard drive] (250.06 GB) -- drive 2

Answer:AMD - Display driver stopped responding ...

DO you do overclocking or not ??
IF you do better change thee overclocking tool. . .
IF not then you might be using latest drivers for your card and sometimes latest drivers have issues like that ........
SO i will suggest better un-install it and install a previous version driver .......

8 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Hey all i have a Asus 7850 i have Driver 13.1 installed i just bought this video card a couple weeks ago it works great but i got the display driver stopped responding and then recovered message my old video card was a xfx gtx 260 i uninstalled nvidia drivers then do a cleanup with driver sweeper before putting it the new card so any ideas for this error maybe nvidia drivers left over in the registry or something i don't know about any help would be appreciated.

Heres some more information about it

Source
Windows

Summary
Video hardware error

Date
‎4/‎25/‎2013 5:36 AM

Status
Not reported

Description
A problem with your video hardware caused Windows to stop working correctly.

Problem signature
Problem Event Name: LiveKernelEvent
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033

Extra information about the problem
BCCode: 117
BCP1: FFFFFA80059B9240
BCP2: FFFFF880050FA410
BCP3: 0000000000000000
BCP4: 0000000000000000
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

Answer:Display driver stopped responding

What kind of temps were you getting, and are you overclocking that card? If OC'n, STOP! That is obviously not stable.

Otherwise....

First thing I would do is reseat the video card:

Make sure the slot has no dust/debris, and all fans are clean and working properly, including others in the case.
Clean contacts in the actual slot and the ones on the card, if needed. (I use a rubber eraser, that doesn't create any debris)
Make sure it fits in very tight the entire length of the card and stays that way when you screw it back on the bracket in the back or whatever system your case uses to do that.

If going all out, I would consider removing the heatsink/fan and removing the current paste there and using Arctic Silver 5 or better, and then put it back together. [Care needed or at least recommended for this, there are special supplies for removing and cleaning up after thermal paste.]

Anyhow, I do all that to remove doubt, that it's the card, because no software fussing will fix an actual card issue.

7 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I have a 2 week old PC that has started sending this error message. It shuts down my browser but also says it has recovered.

Answer:Display driver AMD stopped responding

I have a 2 week old PC
In that case I would be inclined to take it back.
However I would try uninstalling and reinstalling the graphics drivers (catalyst ATI).

1 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Not sure if this is the right forum for this issue. Tues of this week, I turned on my PC in the morning and everything worked just fine. Walked away for a few hours and turned off my screen saver and noticed some fragmenting in my background. Rebooted my PC it did it's full boot, and then I got the dreaded blue screen of death, and it rebooted it's self. Every since then it would pop up with random display driver stopped responding box. The more graphic intensive processes I was doing the more often it would happen, and would get the random blue screen.

So began my search, I have read just about everything posted on this issue. tried new drivers for both my video card, motherboard, just about them all. Tested my memory and it's fine no errors, tested my HD, no errors there. Even reinstalled my OS which is Win 7 Pro 64 bit. This only leaves the Power Supply, CPU and Mother board.

I normally run BFG 9800 gt X2, my first thought was that since I live in AZ the heat had fried one the video cards, have had some heat issues when I first put the machine together in March 2010. So I tried each card by itself and tried both PCI - E slots and got the same issue. I even ganked my old EVGA 9500 GT out of my Mom's pc, and still the same issue. It's much better with the other video card, I can now play my kiddie games as I call them, with no issues, but when ever I go for graphic intensive games I will get the dreaded message, or it will lock up all together re... Read more

Answer:Display Driver has stopped responding

Sounds like a failing power supply. Especially as the less powerful card is working.

The Coolmax unit you are using is just average, at best. I'd suggest a minimum 850w quality unit as you are using dual cards. Quality being Corsair or SeaSonic.

Check the output voltages in the BIOS.
 

2 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I recently installed Win7 and had to manually install drivers. Lately, I've been getting this error while watching internet videos once or twice a day. My screen flickers, goes black for a second, and flashes back and the video screens are green... I don't understand why this is happening but it's really starting to bug me. Any suggestions?

Answer:Display driver stopped responding

We see this a lot where users replace a bunch of drivers given by the Win7 installer.

This is not XP. Win7 is mostly driver-complete, with newer arriving quickly via optional Windows Updates. Any drivers then missing in Device Manager can then be imported via the Support Downloads webpage for the computer or device.

You should not change out any drivers given by the installer/updates unless performance problems point to that driver.

You can try to roll back the drivers you changed to the ones given by the installer, then watch optional Updates. But what is often required when this mistake is made is to reinstall Win7.

9 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Hey!

I'm sure you know the error I'm going to post so I'm going to give you the details.

It's my GPU that is an Asus ENGTX580 with the latest drivers (installed today after getting this error with the 296.10 drivers, which were old). The latest ones are 306.23 and I went to try the drivers and I got a bluescreen after just 10-15 minutes. I didn't install any new drivers since 296.10 because they gave me bluescreens. But it was a while ago I tried so I thought I'd try the new ones to see if they work. And they don't. I still get the drivers stopped responding message, and now I get bluescreens on top of that.

Stats of my PC:

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
ASUS P6T WS Professional Motherboard
Intel i7 920 @ 2.67GHz
4Gb RAM (Apparently my motherboard broke last week and I lost 2Gb. I've tried switching all the sticks and my third spot seems to be broken. Just know that the problems I have now have always been here)
Regular harddrives. Seagate 1TB x 2
F-Secure
It is well cooled. The case has a lot of fans.

If I've missed something please do tell me!

Answer:Display driver stopped responding and has been....

Here is the SF thing. This thing was new. Last time I was here I didn't find any information about this thing. Well, here it is

9 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I have updated my video driver and I keep getting the same message. I have search online and I am unable to find a solution to my problem.

Here are my specs:

Toshiba Satellite L505
Windows 7 Home Premium
Intel Pentium T4400
2.2GHZ 1MB L2 Cache

Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipshet Family
 

Answer:Display Driver Stopped Responding

jagastelum01 said:





I have updated my video driver and I keep getting the same message. I have search online and I am unable to find a solution to my problem.

Here are my specs:

Toshiba Satellite L505
Windows 7 Home Premium
Intel Pentium T4400
2.2GHZ 1MB L2 Cache

Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipshet FamilyClick to expand...

What is the message you're getting? Did you try rolling back to the previous version of the driver?
 

5 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

I installed a new Radeon 9800 256mb card and have 1gb memory. I'm trying to play Ghost Recon Advanced war fighter. The game starts just fine then before the options menu the screen goes black. My error message is: Diaplay driver stopped responding. The ati 2dvag display driver stopped working properly. My question is, do I need to set up my video card differently or is there another problem?
 

Answer:Display driver stopped responding?

Try downloading the latest display driver from ATI for your graphics card.
 

5 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

Hope I'm in the correct forum - I searched this issue and couldn't find an answer. Really appreciate your help in resolving this issue:

My Computer:
Intel Core i7 920 3.8 GHz Factory Overclock from 2.6 GHz
CPU Cooler - Corsair Water Cooler
Asus P6x58D premium MoBd
Corsair Dominator DDR3-1600 6GB
Graphics Card BFG GeForce GTX 285 - 2GB
Win7 64Bit

Every once in a while while working on my computer, whether it be a graphics intensive game or just working in Word, my screen goes dark and i receive the following message:

"Display driver stopped responding and has recovered. NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver Version 34144 stopped responding"

I have updated my video driver but this seems to continue.

This has been happening for a long time and is beginning to increase in frequency.

Thanks for your help with this!!

Surlybonds

More replies
Relevance 104.14%

Dear all,

Recently, I have been given this error a lot.



Some times it will be able to recover, and most of the times it will just freeze and I will have to do a hard restart on my system.

Is there any solution for this problem? My graphics is Nvidia GeForce GTX 560.

Thank you!

Answer:Display Driver Stopped responding

We need more details.
Is it overclocked?
What kind of PSU
What motherboard.

Type of drivers?

To avoid stalling the help you can get, provide basic questions in the first post.

9 more replies
Relevance 104.14%

When I am transferring large files (6GB-8GB) from a desktop to my Y450 over my home network the cursor on my laptop keeps lagging. After a few minutes I get a bubble popping out from the taskbar saying  "Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered." Is there any way to resolve this issue? My laptop has the latest nVidia graphics driver. Thanks

Answer:Display Driver Stopped Responding

Try an older release NVIDIA driver. Sometimes the drivers are a little buggy. Also, Lenovo doesn't recommend that you use the driver released by NVIDIA. Realistically you can use whichever driver works, but the driver released by Lenovo has been specifically tested on that particular Lenovo product.





\\ I do not respond to PM regarding individual tech support. Keep discussions in the forum for the benefit of others //

2 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

Display Driver nvlddmkm stopped responding

Symptom: Start up game, within a fix seconds the game starts to studder and pause. The pause can be anywhere from a few seconds to 30. The game quits and a Vista error dialog box appears with the above message .

Anyone have any experience with this error? I am running Vista 32 OSwith a Nvida 8800 series video card (yes latest drivers).

I did not change anything on the pc from one day to the next but started getting this error in games. Basically making the games I was able to play one day unplayable next.

I have goggled the error and found A LOT in info but no solid resolution. It appears to be a very big problem that Nvida is trying to sweep under the carpet since they cannot fix it yet (Assuming it is an Nvida driver problem and not Vista).

Since no one has claimed responsibility for the problem yet (MS or Nvida) and there is no official resolution, ( In fact MS and Nvida have not officially recognized the problem yet) there are a lot of users out there trying everything under the sun to fix it.

I have tried two of the home-grown fixes that have helped a lot and I am able to limp a long in most games but they are not acceptable long term solutions. ( One: Turn of UAC security, TWO: Set theme to windows classic). I plan on trying a couple more when I get more time.
 

Answer:Display Driver nvlddmkm stopped responding

Hello,

I have tried for a month to get EA Nascar SimRacing to work on my notebook with Vista Home Premium. I have searched high and low for a driver update that is compatible with my Nvidia Geforce Go 7400 card on my notebook. As the game would crash, I was getting a message telling me that my driver had stopped working, and then said that it was working again. Yesterday, I finally got it to work with no problems. Make sure you have the latest game update installed first.

Here is what I did:

1. Went to http://www.laptopvideo2go.com/forum/...p?showforum=72
2. Downloaded the v163.74 Vista 32 bit driver update
3. ALSO downloaded the Modded INF file
4. Setup a new folder on my desktop (I called it "Nascar")..LOL
5. Extracted the self extracting "16374_vista" into the Nascar folder on my desktop.
6. Replaced the "nv_disp" file in this folder with the one I downloaded (drag & drop, then say yes to replace the older file already there)
7. Ran "Setup" out of this folder to install the updated driver
8. Restarted the computer after being prompted to.
9. Started the game normally, and it has worked for over 24 hours without an issue.

I have tried all of the tracks, and no problems. I hope this helps some of you who have also suffered frustration with this
 

3 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

So i just got a 550 ti from evga and its great but it crashes to desktop every in games when I play them for at least 5 minutes. Heres a pic of what it look like except i have the latest drivers (270.61)




Any one have an idea oh here is what the thing looks like the event viewer

"The description for Event ID 14 from source nvlddmkm cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer."


please help thanks

Answer:Display driver stopped responding and recovered!

  
Quote: Originally Posted by IDONTKNOW


So i just got a 550 ti from evga and its great but it crashes to desktop every in games when I play them for at least 5 minutes. Heres a pic of what it look like except i have the latest drivers (270.61) http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/5305/nvidiacrash.jpg
Any one have an idea oh here is what the thing looks like the event viewer

"The description for Event ID 14 from source nvlddmkm cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer."
please help thanks


needs a driver re-install using this method.
When upgrading your graphic driver you MUST remove all traces of the current driver. In order to do that we recommend using Guru3D - Driver Sweeper
Or Phyxion.net - Driver Sweeper

When it is removed then download and install the fresh copy.

9 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

Hi all,

I'm having this frequent problem with my desktop computer. Since updating from Windows 7 to Windows 10, every time I use my PC (at random times) the whole screen will just go blank and I'll get a little message popup in the right hand corner saying.

Display driver stopped responding and has recovered
Display driver AMD driver stopped responding and has successfully recovered.

I don't use my PC for anything real heavy it just randomly happens.. From either scrolling up and down a website page or watching a YouTube video etc... I've tried upgrading my graphics driver but still no luck.

Computer type: PC/Desktop
System Manufacturer/Model Number: DELL INSPIRON ONE
OS: Windows 10
CPU: AMD Athlon II X2 240
Motherboard: Dell 0DPRF9
Memory: DDR 3 4GB
Graphics Card(s): AMD Mobility Radeon HD 5000 Series

Thanks

Answer:Display driver stopped responding and has recovered.

I had a similar issue with my GT 610 card and the current display drivers. It would sometimes be as bad as getting several hard locks in a days work. Sadly there were only two older drivers and none of them resolved my issue. BUT I DID EVENTUALLY FIX IT. I'm not completely sure how I managed to resolve the issue, but I'll try to describe some of the steps I took which I believe had something to do with it.

Driver 353.30 did not work
Driver 353.62 did not work
Driver 355.60 did not work

So I was trying to install a legacy driver that I know worked on Windows 7 (347.88), but obviously Nvidia has a compatibility check and won't allow you to install unsupported versions. My way around this was to use the Driver Verifier Manager.

Click on Start, Windows System, then Run (Windows + R)
type in 'Verifier'.

Now you'll want to have an older driver version extracted to the default location (C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver). In the Driver Verifier Manager window, you'll select the first default option 'Create standard settings', then 'Select driver names from a list'. Click Next.

A new window will pop up giving you detailed information about all currently installed drivers. You'll want to click the button to 'Add currently not loaded driver(s) to the list...
Then you'll want to browse to the extracted driver folder previously mentioned.
Here i'm not exactly what DLL I chose, but the last location I opened was C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\347.88\Win8_WinVista_Win7_64\International\NV... Read more

15 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

No matter CSGO or DOTA2 or running 3D Mark it will fozen and shows PDC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION, then restart. Or if i transfer to destop when it forzens, it gonna show Display driver stopped responding and has recovered. My display driver is the newest one and even i reinstall system the same thing happened.  

Answer:Y50-70 Display driver stopped responding and have been recovered

hi johnny93,
 
Welcome to the Forums.
 
Can you try these steps:
1. Uninstall both Intel and the Nvidia Display Driver v353.30 from the Control Panel and reboot.
2. Install the following drivers in order and observe (reboot if necessary). You can also get them from the D:\Drivers folder
1st - Intel Video Driver for Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
2nd - Nvidia Video Driver for Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
 
3. If the problem remains, can you check the status of the system by installing Lenovo Solutions Center or manually run a diagnostic on the GPU and post the results here:
 
Lenovo Solution Center (LSC)
  - Sample image
 
Individual Diagnostic Tools (see Video Test)
 
 
Let me know how it goes.
 
Regards

4 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

Every now an then i get this error message: "Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered".

IT just happens rarely, but randomly.
The screen would turn off and in a minute or so, it will turn back on.

More information about the event:

Log Name: System
Source: Display
Date: 10/26/2012 5:58:29 AM
Event ID: 4101
Task Category: None
Level: Warning
Keywords: Classic
User: N/A
Computer: silentcoder-pc
Description: Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered.

Already tried updating all my drivers.
Don't think my laptop is overheating.
The screen looks fine, nothing wrong with the adapter.

If you know the solution or possible solution, please inform me. Much appreciated!
Thanks.

SOLUTION:
If you still crash even after you updated your driver, then go to this website and download "Microsoft Fix It".
Change compatibility of the application to "Previous Version of Windows".
Link to the website: "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered" error in Windows 7 or Windows Vista.

Good Luck!

Answer:Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding.

Welcome
I think that this BSOD posting instruction will help us give you an answer
Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions - Windows 7 Forums

18 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

This problem started for me a few days ago out of the blue. I hadn't recently installed any new programs or drivers. It began with just the screen freezing for a second and then returning to normal with the error message "Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered." I was running an EVGA NVIDIA 8800GTS 640MB card at the time. Nothing on the computer is overclocked nor has it been. Then the next day the error started to happen more frequently so I upgraded the drivers to the most recent release 191.07 WHQL. After this I started to see a lot of screen artifacts and began to run some diagnostic tools like FurMark, each time I tried to run this it would eventually freeze up the OS, resulting in either a BSOD with nvlddmkm.sys (0x00000116) to blame or just freeze up the screen and never come back until a system reboot. All of the temperatures were always within operating ranges. I tried cleaning out the drivers and installing various releases, as well as pretty much every posted solution I could find, but nothing helped. Attached are some of the pictures of the artifacts I was seeing. I decided to contact EVGA who told me to RMA the card as it was under warranty. Since there were graphic problems in the BIOS they thought it had to be the card malfunctioning and not the drivers, etc.

I thought all would be well and good from here, So i popped in the only spare graphics card I have which is a BFG NVIDIA 6200OC PCI. Unfortunately the proble... Read more

Answer:Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding...

These drivers need updating -


Code:

Name: NVIDIA nForce Serial ATA Controller
Device ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_037F&SUBSYS_CB841043&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&72
Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\nvstor32.sys, 5.10.2600.0998 (English), 8/9/2007 18:12:30, 110624 bytes
Driver: C:\Windows\system32\idecoi.dll, 5.10.2600.0998 (English), 8/9/2007 18:03:06, 353280 bytes
Driver: C:\Windows\system32\idecoiins.dll, 5.10.2600.0998 (English), 8/9/2007 18:03:06, 353280 bytes



Code:

Name: Silicon Image SiI 3132 SATALink Controller
Device ID: PCI\VEN_1095&DEV_3132&SUBSYS_819F1043&REV_01\4&1344E72A&0&00B0
Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\SI3132.sys, 1.00.0022.0000 (English), 10/3/2007 22:55:08, 80424 bytes
Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\SiWinAcc.sys, 1.01.0012.0000 (English), 10/3/2007 22:55:36, 19240 bytes
Driver: C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\SiRemFil.sys, 1.01.0008.0000 (English), 10/3/2007 22:55:28, 15400 bytes
Driver: C:\Windows\system32\SilSupp.dll, 3.00.0029.0000 (English), 10/3/2007 22:55:18, 119848 bytes



Regards. . .

jcgriff2

.

6 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

Greetings all,

I have been working on Toshiba laptop recently and can't seem to resolve its issues. Here is a breakdown of the system:

Toshiba Satellite L505D
CPU: AMD Turion II Dual core Mobile M500 x 2
GPU: AMD M880G with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4200
RAM: 4GB PC2 666 MHz
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)

Symptoms
When surfing Facebook, it will scroll pages for a short while and then display the message:
?Display driver stopped responding and has recovered?

Shortly thereafter, it will display the ?blue screen of death? requiring a reboot.

Actions Taken
I initially ran standard cleanup utilities:
Ccleaner (4.7GB of junk files / 1,800 registry invalid entries)
Avast (various scans 0 viruses)
Malwarebytes (0 instances)
Super Antispyware (206 adware instances)
Auslogics Defrag (Defragged & optimized the HDD)

Streamlined the startup items removing a few junk items from the startup list

Gave the GPU more time by editing the Graphics Driver directory of the registry with a TdrDelay of 8 creating a new entry QWORD in this directory.

Results
The computer boots into Windows 7 without any difficulty.
It seems to be able to surf regular websites (including YouTube).
I have even played a video from a thumb drive without any issues.
However, when it is logged into Facebook and you begin scrolling through the pages, it will generate the error and eventually blue screen.

I removed both RAM modules and replaced them with some I had that was f... Read more

More replies
Relevance 103.32%

Hi,

This error happened to me just now and my PC blackout and restarted on its own. And i was told that my driver is outdated. How can i check or fix this?

Thanks

Answer:Display driver stopped responding and has recovered

I see no system specs for you to allow me to help.
System Info - See Your System Specs
What were you doing when the error occurred?

9 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

Hi,
I am using XP(SP2) on a HP Compaq notebook. Sometimes to recover from
windows Standby mode (by presssing any key) to save power, the system goes
into safe mode and display an alert message box saying "The ati2dvag
display driver has stopped working normally. Save your work and reboot the
system to restore full display functionality."

Driver Release Version: 7.59.05.01-010924x-1464C-Compaq

Thankx in advance.
 

More replies
Relevance 103.32%

Been having this issue for awhile now where I would get the display driver stopped responding and has recovered. It seems to happen when I'm watching a video online like youtube or something (usually happens on longer videos 30+ mins). I've tried doing a fresh install for my video drivers and even tried different versions to no avail. According to CPUID, its not an overheating issue. Also would like to point out that I'm not overclocking. Any advice would be helpful.

Current spec:
i7 6700
AMD R9 270x
16 GB DDR4 RAM
Asus Z170 Pro Gaming motherboard
500GB SSD
Windows 10 Home 64bit

More replies
Relevance 103.32%

I'm using Lenovo Ideapad P500 for 16 months now. Windows 8.1.I've had this message saying "display driver stopped responding and has recovered" while on startup on my notification area. It's been quite a some time I have seen this messsage during startups. And, my laptop seems more slow during startup. I've tried "sfc/scannow" but the system seems fine. I did Disk cleanup and optimization regularly. No third-party software installed. And another problem is: My laptop heats up. Its working fine not too hot during Morning and Evening, but heats up high during day time. I'm not using laptop cooler now, but I've ordered one. Should I be worried? My laptop is getting old.













Solved!

Go to Solution.

Answer:display driver stopped responding and has recovered

hi razendra,
 
Have you tried using the latest Intel HD graphics driver directly from Intel? (see the link below)
 
Intel® Iris? and HD graphics Driver for Windows* 7/8/8.1 64-bit File name:win64_153314.exe
Version:15.33.14.64.3412
 
More troubleshooting on the 'Display driver has stopped responding" error in this microsoft article.
 
As for the heat that you've been noticing, are you running any graphics extensive apps (eg. Video Editing) when unit heats up? You can try to use HWmonitor or similar software to get some readings on the temps.
 
 
Let me know how it goes.
 
Regards

6 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

Quote:
Display driver Intel Graphics Accelerator Drivers for Windows 7(R) stopped responding and has successfully recovered.


...For the third time.

http://img841.imageshack.us/img841/1231/driverp.jpg

This is beginning to freak me out. I don't know one graphic card from another and wouldn't be able to give you the proper information unless you directed me as much.

Answer:Display driver stopped responding and has recovered

I've got the same problem with my graphic card and i've got the latest drivers aswell, What graph card are you using?

9 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

Hello everyone,

I got this problem, where my screen freezes(cant even move the mouse) and then it pops a message saying monitor display driver nvlddmkm has stopped responding and it has been recovered.

This firstly occured like 3 years ago, 2 months after I bought the computer and after since its happening like once every 3-4 months. Sometimes it was also poping a BSoD and everything seemed fine after(except for some cases where the blue screen kept poping like 3-4min after the pc had booted, in which cases i was shutting it down for some hours/a day and next time it booted it was fine.

Yesterday around 8 pm I booted the computer normally and the freeze thingy happened like 5 times in a row(while weird lines of many different colours were appearing everywhere) and the message about the display driver came along.
These 5 freezes were followed up by a Blue screen which restarted my computer which booted normally but then it happened again right after. This happened a few times and at some point I didn't event have enough time to click the turn off option.

EDIT: Something else I forgot to mention is that my monitor seemed like it lost signal from the computer(the blue light turned orange as if it was ready for me to turn it off, even though the computer seemed like it kept working normally). This happened like twice.(Has occured a few times in the past also, restarting was the only thing I could do for the monitor to keep on working).

I then had to push the... Read more

Answer:Monitor display driver has stopped responding

Quote:





Originally Posted by Aseral


Hello everyone,

I got this problem, where my screen freezes(cant even move the mouse) and then it pops a message saying monitor display driver nvlddmkm has stopped responding and it has been recovered.

This firstly occured like 3 years ago, 2 months after I bought the computer and after since its happening like once every 3-4 months. Sometimes it was also poping a BSoD and everything seemed fine after(except for some cases where the blue screen kept poping like 3-4min after the pc had booted, in which cases i was shutting it down for some hours/a day and next time it booted it was fine.

Yesterday around 8 pm I booted the computer normally and the freeze thingy happened like 5 times in a row(while weird lines of many different colours were appearing everywhere) and the message about the display driver came along.
These 5 freezes were followed up by a Blue screen which restarted my computer which booted normally but then it happened again right after. This happened a few times and at some point I didn't event have enough time to click the turn off option.

EDIT: Something else I forgot to mention is that my monitor seemed like it lost signal from the computer(the blue light turned orange as if it was ready for me to turn it off, even though the computer seemed like it kept working normally). This happened like twice.(Has occured a few times in the past also, restarting was the only ... Read more

3 more replies
Relevance 103.32%

Hi,

This error happened to me just now and my PC blackout and restarted on its own. And i was told that my driver is outdated. How can i check or fix this?

Thanks

Answer:Display driver stopped responding and has recovered

We need more system specs than what you have listed: processor, memory, video card, current drivers used.

3 more replies