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    Issues , need help with nvdlsmkm.sv crash

    I have an issue with my PC blacking out after every 5 minutes or so when i was playing an MMORPG game ( Star wars of the old republic ). I've tried to reinstall my graphic card driver and updates but it still doesnt work. Apparently i believe it has something to do with nvdklmkm.sv (something like this) kind of error. Please help. Mini dump attachment here 050315-15506-01.zip
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    Install Who Crashed.

    http://www.resplendence.com/whocrashed

    This will analyse the dump files for you.

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    Hi Calvin and Welcome.

    That minidump shows signs of corruption, other than the BSOD type, there's very little information stored in it.

    Please carefully read and follow the instructions here http://www.sysnative.com/forums/bsod...8-7-vista.html and reply here with the details asked for and the zipped folder as an attachment.

    There's often no easy fix for TDR 116 crashes, this topic covers most of the troubleshooting steps needed to give a high chance of finding the problem: http://www.sysnative.com/forums/bsod...116-0x117.html

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    Thank you very much. Actually i've tried to reinstall driver and the problem still arises.

    050315-21309-01.zip This is actually the new dumpfile. But nevertheless i'll read and try to understand the link you've send me.

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    Auxiliary power connectors for GPU are attached and properly seated at both ends (if modular PSU)? GPU fan working, GPU not overheating? PSU of sufficient strength and quality to run the GPU and system overall?

    Check BIOS updates to see if any GPU issues are resolved if not the latest version. (rare but not unknown)

    Run memtest86. I always suspect RAM in BSODs.

    Remove driver with app made to ensure its complete removal then install latest driver from nVidia.
    http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/...-download.html

    Swap another video card in. Does the issue go away? Or install the video card in question in another known working system Can you reproduce the error?

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