card dead? http://windows7bugs.wordpress.com/tag/dxgkrnl-sys/ Also toward the bottom (it looks like an Admin comment) says they just updated directx components. Heat just didn't sound right...shows how much I know huh...If I had this one on the bench in front of me I would have never suspected heat...I'd still be digging for Does your PC boot up without errors? http://ksresource.net/blue-screen/blue-screen-memory-management-screen-faliure-cpu-overheat.html
You are using so much previous-gen hardware that I am wondering if this is a used system. Also, how much did you pay for this "new" system? Otherwise I may sic my armed bear on you! My Photography Reply With Quote 01-19-2013,10:03 AM #14 jlreich View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Grand Master Grinch Join Date Jan 2004 Location Here Posts 10,906 From
Get the answer Ask a new question Read More Nvidia Computer Crash Graphics Related Resources Graphics problem running IVY Bridge HD4000 and Nvidia GT430 solved Can i run Nvidia Palit GT430 Sometimes I try 4 times just to get the forums front page to load...server resets...time outs...drives me nutz. hot topic, to put it mildly. Since the 9800 GT works fine, I would lean towards a faulty GT 430.
nvlddmkm.sys smacks of a nVidia/Direct Draw related filename. First Time Here? This is why 3D rendering support in Linux is such a... In this case I suspect it will come right back, being a brand new machine and already a fresh install.
dxgkrnl.sys dxgmms1.sys Those sound like Direct X related files. Vista was originally 10 but win update will update it to 11. But it is typical of an overheating or defective card, usually a bad memory chip. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/513968/blue-screen-of-death-w-nvidia-geforce-gt-430-graphics-card-/ Also to the original poster, the BSOD error number might help a lot.
Also according to this http://www.pchelpforum.com/xf/thread...lpa-exe.99532/ it helps to completely remove all traces of old drivers when doing the driver update. I've seen stranger things happen. After playing a few seconds "the blue screen of death" appears and the computer restarts. Read the all-new, FREE 200-page online guide: How to Build Your Own PC! NOTE: Using robot software to mass-download the site degrades the server and is prohibited.
Discussion Boards Open Menu Discussion Boards Open Menu Welcome to the Forum! anchor After all, quite a few modern games still run on DX9, and even DX11 games sometimes have the option to run in DX9 for performance even if your system is fully AV, Anti-Trojan List;Browser and Email client List;Popup Killer List;Portable Apps “When men yield up the privilege of thinking, the last shadow of liberty quits the horizon.” - Thomas Paine Remember: Amateurs There is also OpenGL, which is still going strong.
Power - same, or wouldn't make it far enough for Windows to bitch about it with a blue screen. have a peek at these guys I want to see what they think before diving in. Why do I drive way out here to see the wildlife when all the animals live in town? Even when a game is DX11, however, that does not mean all rendering calls are DX11.
Find The PC Guide helpful? Card requires a later version of Direct X than the one installed? Worth a try though...I hope a recovery disk set was made first thing... check over here do any of you guys know the *bleep* is going on?
This happens both in normal and safe mode).I have received a number of different messages on the blue screen such as: System_Service_Exception, Page_Fault_IN_NONPAGED_AREA, MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, THE_DRIVER_IS_MISMANAGING_SYSTEM_PTES, etc.Here's the latest details....- I performed Being a new card it shouldn't be overheating unless there is something wrong with the cooling solution. I may be wrong, and it wouldn't be the first time by any means.
Most people have to go out in the yard to get a cell phone signal...took 4 minutes to send someone a PM...over half that for this page to load. Same for OGL, which is often split at the 2.x/3.x line. Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… 01-09-2013,07:12 AM #1 Maximleys View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles New Member - Welcome! GT 430 = BSOD 9800 GT = no BSOD Pending some more delving into the driver reinstall situation, it looks to me like this is evidence of trying a known-good component
It is suggested you look for an update for the following driver: nv4_disp.dll (NVIDIA Compatible Windows 2000 Display driver, Version 266.58 , NVIDIA Corporation). Ultimate Edition Linux AMD FX 8350 Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 24GB GSkill/Corsair 1866MHz EVGA GTX 970 SSC/ GTX 650 (PhysX) SSD - OCZ V4 128GB/Kingston 120GB HDD - 3TB/2x 750GB/500GB 4TB My Photography Reply With Quote 01-19-2013,12:20 AM #12 saphalline View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Lord of Latency, aka "LoL" Join Date Mar 2002 Posts 13,153 Blog this content Though there are some games that have abandoned DX9 altogether and simply will not run in XP.
Originally Posted by Maximleys WIndows 7 ultimate x64 freshly REinstalled, all drivers added, latest nvidia drivers Last edited by jlreich; 01-19-2013 at 10:39 AM. I finally had to do some poking around though, this has been nagging me. Or it is overheating, but if it is a new card it shouldn't be overheating so there is something defective about the card.