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NV4_DISP Blue Screen @ Bootup


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Gene R

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I'm working on a Dell Deminson 8300 that goes to the BSD during bootup with a Stop Error Msg assoicated with NV4_DISP. I'm searched the internet and found some discussion boards but nothing seems to help. The PC is running Windows XP Home SP2 and has a NVIDA GeForce FX 5200 video card. I went to their site and downloaded updated drivers and their instructions to install.

Deleted the video card, restarted (went into normal mode), installed drivers, rebooted and walla--BSD again!

I can get into the machine in Safe mode....Any help? Please! and Thanks.... :whistling: :blink:
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I've noticed the connection to the FX5200 Card on several other BSOD NV4_DISP errors.

I'm having identical problems, but only in-game with WoW. It Just started to happen and Just after I Installed a Wireless Router. I think it's coincidence, but did you also install or change your network in any way?

I uninstalled and reinstalled the latest drivers but that didn't fix the problem. I'm purchasing a new card tonight, and installing, if that doesn't resolve, it must be software side.
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Okay, I got this fixed but only by installing a new ATI Raedon 9250 Card at 256mb.

At 83.50$ it was worth the 10 minutes to uninstall the drivers and reinstall the new card.
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