This keeps happing to me and is really getting on my nerves. I would be playing a game or searching the web and my screen starts flashing then black screens and disconnects and comes back saying 'Display driver NVIDIA windows kernel mode driver stopped responding and successfully recovered. If anyone knows a fix for this it would be greatly appreciated.
Jan 04, 2016. Display Driver keeps crashing and then recovering. My PC was crashing fairly regularly. But I'm still waiting for a Windows 10 Display driver from my.
Hp Probook 4540s Drivers For Windows 10 64 Bit here. Specs: driver version: 337.88 desktop Graphics: 2x NVIDIA Geforce 9600 GT in SLi Crossfire monitor: generic PnP monitor VGA cable with DVI to VGA converter in computer If you need to know anything else just reply and I can tell you but not sure if anything else would be causing this. First of all, Nvidia GPUs use 'SLI' not 'Crossfire' which is a proprietary AMD (formerly ATI) technology. A GPU will often 'cut-out' and restart (resulting in Windows reporting a Driver error when in actuality it's the hardware itself) when the Graphics Card overheats. Download GPU-Z and use this program to monitor your GPU's temperatures. Anything above 80C is entering dangerous territory for a GPU. Be aware that the GPU will idle at a low-ish temperature, but will heat up considerably when playing a game or running a graphics rendering program, so load up GPU-Z and alt tab directly to it to see the temperature quickly. Even while alt-tabbed to the desktop the GPU's temperature will rapidly fall by 10-20 degrees C. Recon 3di Drivers Windows 10 there.