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#1 superwave   Members   

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 09:03 AM

 

My desktop originally installed GTX 480, since we want to do Opengl development, we uninstalled the GTX 480 and installed quatro 4500. However, the computer crashed again and again: 

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One day later, we realized we still need GTX 480 instead of the quadro one, so, we re-installed the GTX 480 into the computer. However, the blue screen crash happened again. Then I uninstalled the previous Nvidia driver through (Control Panel\All Control Panel Items)Programs and Features. However, the device manager auto detection told me the driver is still there. Then I downloaded the 480 driver manually, install..... during the installation process, the same blue crash happened again..

How to solve this problem?



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Posted 15 February 2013 - 10:20 AM

Have you tried booting in safe mode, going to Control Panel>Device Manager (sorry if the name isn't exactly this, since my runs in another language) and under graphics cards check if the GTX driver is there, and deactivating it, and then installing the Quatro (or GTX, whichever you want to install now) and activating that?



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Posted 15 February 2013 - 10:49 AM

Have you tried booting in safe mode, going to Control Panel>Device Manager (sorry if the name isn't exactly this, since my runs in another language) and under graphics cards check if the GTX driver is there, and deactivating it, and then installing the Quatro (or GTX, whichever you want to install now) and activating that?

 

 

Thanks, but it's too late, I am installing the system



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Posted 16 February 2013 - 06:48 PM

If this keeps happening, you might want to contact NVIDIA's customer support.

 

I hate BSODs... fortunately, I mostly use MacOSX, so things rarely crash or crap out on me.

 

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 08:41 PM

Is the BSOD happening when you run an OpenGL application you have built? Or is it happening randomly while just in windows? If it's the former, check that calls such as glEnd actually have their parenthesis (eg, glEnd()). I've seen this happen before when they were missing.


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Posted 17 February 2013 - 08:10 PM

Thank you all, I reinstalled the OS and it works!






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