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Old February 18, 2012, 02:39 AM
Jared11 Jared11 is offline
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In his case, MS GPU drivers can be a good way to play it safe by installing the default drivers most recent to MS. It is always best to try MS drivers first before going the full mile on nvidia. MS is bad for updating the GPU driver versions, but it pays off in the end while troubleshooting these types of errors.
If the MS drivers work for you and with no errors, than try installing the newer drivers from nvidia and see how it performs. If it starts to act up again, than try rolling back to a prior driver version.
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