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mpetrovic
10-22-05, 02:49 PM
Dear forum members,

I have tis problem over and over again. Blue screen says nv4_disp.dll caused the problem. I've tried with different drivers, currently I have 78.01. Any ideas on this?

Also I see nvidia has motherboard drivers (nforce 6.10 I think), so should I use those or ones from manufacturer (Gigabyte)?

retsam
10-22-05, 07:55 PM
try one of the newer drivers 8x.xx you can get them from guru3d.com.... please let us know how you make out...

mpetrovic
10-23-05, 02:08 PM
try one of the newer drivers 8x.xx you can get them from guru3d.com.... please let us know how you make out...

I'll do that.

What about the other question: original motherboard drivers vs. nvidia drivers?

retsam
10-23-05, 03:43 PM
guru3d.com has a full set of whql drivers and beta drivers for motherboards...

alucard_x
10-24-05, 08:20 AM
make sure you use Driver Cleaner before installing a new set of drivers. the program should include full instructions.

mpetrovic
11-12-05, 04:20 PM
I've installed new nvidia 81.85 and 6.70 drivers and everything seems to be OK, except that my 3dmark score is now around 50 points lower (it is around 3890).:cool:

Peoples-Agent
11-13-05, 04:46 AM
Dear forum members,

I have tis problem over and over again. Blue screen says nv4_disp.dll caused the problem. I've tried with different drivers, currently I have 78.01. Any ideas on this?

Also I see nvidia has motherboard drivers (nforce 6.10 I think), so should I use those or ones from manufacturer (Gigabyte)?

I was having those issues with that particular set of drivers actually, switched over to 80 series and no more problems at all.

CoolKD
11-16-05, 01:43 PM
I also had that problem, but it was not the driver.
I have a very low timing ram and that with 202fsb led to the random disp.dll blue horror.
I just lowerd the fsb to default 200Mhz and never had the problem again :D