Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by anatolymik, Oct 4, 2011.
I have ESET Antivirus 5 and no incompatibility problem.
Here is th BSOD :
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make sure your system is stable.
Not sure I understand. Stable is a ambiguous term to use at this point. There's no OC on at the time in the sistem. Drivers are from nvidia website and asus for MOBO.
Care to be more specific about "usual" unstable elements at this time?
what's your PSU? what's your system specs?
Hi Anatolymik, and thanks for your work. I'm facing the same issue.
Here are my specs: Asus P7P55 LX mobo, Win7 64, 280.26 drivers, MSI N460GTX OC + Gigabyte GTX 460 (both with 1gb of memory), Intel Core i5 760 @2.80ghz, 650W corsair power supply.
I get the very same bsod each time I try to activate sli. Any idea what the problem could be?
post a screen of HyperSLI CP
here it is
disable hypervisor in HyperSLI CP and try to enable SLI
PSU = Enermax ENM850EWT NAXN, 850W, ATX 12V v2.3
Computer specs :
Case : Thermaltake Soprano
Motherboard : Asus Crosshair IV Formula
CPU + cooling: AMD Phenom II X4 965 (3.4Mhz) + Thermaltake Frio
Video : 2x Gainward GTS 450 1024Mb GDDR5
Memory : 4Gb kingston
HDD : SATA WDC
Back from another crash. It went into legacy mode then when I activated sli, the screen kept refreshing for a few secs before the bsod.
so you could activate SLI? what BSOD it was?
Yes I activated it then I got the very same aldon posted
once again please.
1) You disaled Hypervisor. (Legacy mode)
2) Activated sli
3) Run 3d app
4) Few second and got BSOD
3) bsod, a few seconds after the activation
ok. try 260.89 drivers + SLIPatch 1.5 (http://anatolymik.itzod.ru/SLIPatch_v1.5_beta.exe)
before installing SLIPatch uninstall HyperSLI
Didn't work unfortunately. Bsod right after the sli activation.
the matter isn't in SLIPatch or HyperSLI. check your CPU, RAM, each CARD separately for stability
Any software recommandation for these stability tests?
Thanks for ur time
prime95 for CPU and RAM testing
FurMark for videocard testing (be careful, dont burn your cards)
thanks a lot
No success so far...
I've even reinstalled Windows.
I guess that the EFI partition is the Problem, so I'll have to reinstall my whole system.
Download BLUE SCREEN VIEW and it will show you what driver crashed your system. Try older Nvidia drivers.
I found this http://www.articlewritingclicks.com/Windows_Errors/Nvlddmkmsys_BSOD_Fix__How_to_Finally_Solve_this_Error.html Also re-install the driver, make sure to uninstall with control panel, and boot into safe mode and use driver sweeper to clean out old drivers, and boot and install CUSTOM and do not install Nvidia Update, HD audio or 3D drijust install display and Physx, also make sure to check the box for CLEAN INSTALL.
I've finally managed to get rid of the problem by booting directly form the hd.
Usually I boot the system using a USB Stick with a different bootloader on it. And that was the reason why bcdedit.exe was not able to see the boot information.
But now I've a different problem.
I'm able to activate SLI, but not NVIDIA Surround. Any clue why?
Regards and many thanks for your help and awesome work!
What do you have for monitors?
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