Tons of Bluescreens from Driver Related Crashes

By Joe121290
Sep 16, 2009
  1. I use a nVidia GeForce 9500 GT gpu, and ever since I built my PC, I've been getting a lot of bluescreens, sometimes from not even doing anything.

    Most the time when I reboot, Windows Problems and Solutions pop up, I send in my report, and it comes back with "Either your hardware, driver, etc. isn't working correctly, causing a driver related crash."

    It should be important to note that the gpu has been installed in another computer and didn't crash at all. Additionally, I had gone a long time without installing a chipset driver which caused a ton more gpu related crashes--I've recently installed the chipset driver and there has been significantly less crashes.

    But still the strike almost arbitrarily, and sometimes my screen blinks blue or black at various times whenever I have a lot of processes + playing a java based game.

    I've tried everything on the Windows Solutions troubleshooting list, and nothing seems to work.
  2. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,984   +72

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