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Skelly2019

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I recently switched over a new Graphics Card for my friends computer.

Unfortunately once or twice a day he's screen briefly goes black and comes back on. With a message saying something  like  1 Display driver NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, 391.35 ! error and repairing itself etc.Have tried reinstalling it just in case there maybe be some corrupt files and i have also looked into a fix that asks you to change 2 settings via the Nvidia control panel.

 

Power Management mode - changed to Preferred Maximum Performance
Vertical Sync - changed t0 turned off

 

Neither really fix this issue. So does anyone else know what to be causing this problem and how to fix it?

 

His Graphics card is a Asus Nvidia GEFORCE GT710

 


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