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NO! ! sekyeavanMay 17, 2014, 12:05 AM Have this same problem, is this something happening recently to a lot of us? I did this just recently and i'm not sure if it has fixed the situation. The only other major difference is *when* I get the BSoD. http://webamplayer.com/bsod-windows/blue-screen-dxgkrnl-sys-5d134.html

I updated the drivers for my Nvidia geforce 9800gt, 341.44 is the latest driver , no need for me to get the new oneThen the website i was told to also The third time didn't generate a dump file, but the pc completely froze up whilst gaming and i lost monitor signal, requring a reboot. Haha!Anyway, not much help, but it might be useful for you to know it's not just an nVidia issue. Yükleniyor...

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What I did was I went into Device Manager, went into graphics and uninstalled the driver entirely. I am running Windows 7 64bit and have a GeForce GTS 450 graphics card. MinitillMay 8, 2014, 1:44 AM wuTz said: Same problem here!

Oturum aç 218 Yükleniyor... Go to Nvidias webpage and download/install the latest drivers available. When do you get these blue screens? Dxgkrnl.sys Thread_stuck_in_device_driver Reboot and ran Driver Sweeper in safe mode, then re-installed.

Loading Dump File [C:\Windows\Minidump\040714-14523-01.dmp] Mini Kernel Dump File: Only registers and stack trace are available Symbol search path is: SRV*c:\symbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols Executable search path is: C:\Windows;C:\Windows\system32;C:\Windows\system32\drivers Windows 7 Kernel Version 7601 (Service Dxgkrnl.sys Bsod Windows 10 I don't suspect you'll find anything different since it seems to be the same old problem. The last two things that have been suggested to me are things I'd already thought about: bad SSD or bad RAM. I did this just recently and i'm not sure if it has fixed the situation.

I am using the latest stable version for Nvidia (Version 327.23) Hmm. Dxgkrnl Windows 10 just keep running the check for windows updated and rebooting until all the updates are installed. Oh, and last, but not least, I have a 530W PSU (80 PLUS Bronze Cert) on an APC UPS, and I've never had any issues with either when gaming full-tilt for Will let you know if I solve the problem.

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And I ran a check to see if the problem persists and it indeed does. Dxgkrnl.sys Bsod Windows 7 I am using the latest stable version for Nvidia (Version 327.23) Laajenna Arceai 03.01.2014 20:42 johnbl said:microsoft did a update of the file but did not make people reboot and installed Dxgkrnl.sys Windows 10 The computer just rebooted itself when I tried to run a game (And sometimes randomly) So i'm a little curious and why no logs showed up.

How did you fix the first problem?BSODdxgkrnl.sysdxgmms1.sysnvlddmkm.sysdxgkrnl.sys+5d140using gforce xp 334.89 driver on my gtx 660 win 7 prowith older drivers same problem... Please read the User Guide for more information.Click to expand... Same problem here...BSODdxgkrnl.sys+5d140dxgmms1.sys+37f00nvlddmkm.sys+993b10using gtx 670 with latest and older drivers same problem...win 7 pro *64 reinstalled 3 times... These damages and corrupts the registry which eventually lead to Dxgkrnl.sys Error. Dxgkrnl.sys Blue Screen Windows 7 64 Bit

johnblJan 6, 2014, 6:55 PM cool, put a copy of the mini dump file on the cloud (skydrive will work) and give it public access and I will take a quick I am using the latest stable version for Nvidia (Version 327.23)Hmm. More... After a couple sessions of some stress test gaming, I've managed to evade all bsod's, even in activites that almost always guaranteed bsod's in the past.

Laajenna link111 26.05.2014 13:14 Quote:I just had this crash a few minutes ago and I am using an old driver on purpose because I cannot get the control panel for nvidia Dxgkrnl.sys Atikmpag.sys Bsod Windows 7 BugCheck 116, {fffffa800a0664e0, fffff8800fa95e2c, ffffffffc000009a, 4} *** ERROR: Symbol file could not be found. The last two things that have been suggested to me are things I'd already thought about: bad SSD or bad RAM.

and hope that works, will advise if it does not work, Cross your fingersWindows 7 Ultimate 64bitNvidia geforce 9800GTAsus M5A78L-M usb3AMD fx4350 Quad core 4.2gHzCorsair 120 force SSD8Gb Team Vulcan DDR3

Alright.. just keep running the check for windows updated and rebooting until all the updates are installed. I was absolutely dazed at how many comments were made but I didn't stumble on anyone who received a solution to the Dxgkrnl.sys error. Dxgkrnl.sys System_service_exception I got an AsRock z87 Pro 4, so similar setup...I trust you've tried the new beta 9.5 drivers, maybe use driver sweeper (3.2 is out) to remove the drivers and any

When i'm browsing the web its less frequent but when playing a game it crashes either upon loading, upon joining a game, or maybe later into the game. Below articles helped to Configuring the Wireless Adapter Settings. Microsoft should know about this by now! Arg4: 0000000000000004, Optional internal context dependent data.

It helps us in answering your questions! http://support.microsoft.com/kb/179113 has a direct link to the updated directx files that were listed in your post. gaming is not the issue eitherreading on all this i see that it affects all motherboards, all nvidia cards of differing set ups I do think it is a nvidia issue And direct X is up to date aswell.

I have no idea More resources See also solved Getting Driver Crashes and BSODs BSOD Driver Crashes Display driver crashing and bsod's GeForce 760 Driver Crashes BSoD Nvidia Driver crashes/BSoD Tom's battlewithin said: Well, I hate to burst the "AMD graphics bubble," but I'm running into the same issue and I've got an AMD GPU...Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bitAMD FX-8350Radeon HD 7870 running Lütfen daha sonra yeniden deneyin. 8 Oca 2015 tarihinde yayınlandıDownload link - http://errortools.com/download/totals...Further Information and Manual Repair - http://errortools.com/windows/fix-dxg...Dxgkrnl.sys error code is a blue screen of death error. ANY help at all would be needed.|Important|: One solution I have come to is upgrading to Windows 8.

I believe I tried this but i'm not entirely sure..