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    Exclamation nvidia driver got corrupt after Turn off computer!!!

    hi everyone,

    i m new here i hope someone will help me to solve this frustrating problem regarding my display driver...


    System Spec:

    Operating System: Windows XP Professional 2002 service pack 2
    System Manufacturer: Dell Computer Corporation
    System Model: Precision M60
    BIOS: Phoenix ROM BIOS PLUS Version 1.10 A09
    Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor 2.00GHz
    Memory: 1024MB RAM
    Page File: 651MB used, 1813MB available
    Display Card: NVIDIA Quadro FX Go1000
    Display Memory: 128.0 MB
    Current Mode: 1680 x 1050 (32 bit) (60Hz)

    """MY NVIDIA display Driver got corrupt every day"""

    Problem started few days ago.
    i turn on my Laptop, i saw windows loading screen n after that just Black screen i thought maybe logon screen takes time to appear but,
    nothing happen i waited almost 20 min's then i restart it, i try again but nothing happen just Black screen again. again restart it! this time i try to go to safe mode it hanged there.
    i restart it again, "Using F8" now i go to "Enable VGA mode" finally i can see logon screen n i can able to"log in"
    but what i saw my screen resolution has been reduced to 16 bit " 800 x 600 " i try to change the resolution as i apply it again"black screen"n computer hanged. i waited for few minutes... but i have to restart my computer once again.
    "i thought maybe display driver got corrupt "
    so again go to "Enable VGA mode" Now i uninstall the display driver from Device manager n i restart it. this time i allow window to run normally.
    i logged into window and screen resolution was very low.
    i reinstall display driver n restart computer, n every thing looks nice, i thought problem is solved but i couldn't imagine that this will become worse!!!

    Now every day when i turn on my laptop, same thing happened as i told above,n i have to do same process..."Enable VGA mode" n so on..........

    i even reinstall Windows XP but problem is still there...

    i m using Windows XP 2002 with service pack 2

    should i go for other windows or ??? plz help me !!!

    plz help me, why every time black screen? n reinstall driver ? why its like that uninstalling n installing ??? wht's solution.
    any recommendation Please help me !!!



    Please help me, soon as possible plz answer bcz i don't wanna do this again n again everyday!!!


    thanks in Advance

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    Try using System Restore to restore the comp to the first restore point before when it started to happen.

    Had Windows downloaded any updates just before it started happening?
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    For my opinion,I am not sure if System Restore will do any good base on your statement. Better let that video card be checked, I am assuming it is a hardware problem.

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    it can be that some bytes are stuck into a memory buffer, via a buffer overrun - if this is the case you have to delete the partition -> turn off computer a few sec -> turn it on -> make new partition -> reboot -> format and install from scratch. I have experienced this problem many times on computers.

    of course it can also be hardware failure causing this problem...
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    This can also happen if you have two sets of video drivers both trying to run as the primary adapter.


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