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NVIDIA OpenGL Always Crash

Jul 2, 2013 11:15 AM

Hello Everyone

 

is there Anyone here who can help my problem? I'm previously using VGA card Nvdia GTS 260 if i'm not mistaken and when i use it for rendering in AE moreover it contains a bunch a layers, DOF, blur etc, suddenly a message box appear says "the nvidia opengl driver detected a problem with the display driver and is unable to continue. the application must close. error code: 3" and i ask to my manager to replace my vga with the brand new one. i replaced it with geforce 660 ti and it is still crashing.. T.T even more often.. i have upgraded the drivers, make power management mode from adaptive to prefer maximum performance, play around with registry and i did anything what i found on google.. and the funny thing is, it crashes when i dont touch the keyboard and mouse at all. if i need to pee and leave them for awhile, it always crashes.. but when i keep using it, still crash but not to often..

 

is there any solution without format the system? T.T

 

Computer's Specs:

Motherboard: ASUSTek Computer INC P6X58D-E

Inter Core i7 Bloomfield 930 @ 2.80GHz

DDR3 16384MBytes Corsair

VGA Asus Nvidia Geforce 660Ti 2GB

 

im using dual monitor extended and adobe CS6 family..

 
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    Jul 1, 2013 11:48 PM   in reply to Samuel Chrisna

    Are you rendering using OpenGL?  Don't.

     
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    Jul 2, 2013 1:15 AM   in reply to Samuel Chrisna

    Find the exact crash info:

     

    Working with your Operating System’s Tools

     

    Mylenium

     
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    Jul 3, 2013 8:17 AM   in reply to Samuel Chrisna

    I am getting the exact same error also, just built several new systems, all are win7, 16 core, 64GB ram, GTX680-4GB video with latest CS6 and latest Geforce drivers from July1. I just tried turning off hardware acceleration of the layout panels in preferences to see if that will resolve it.

     

    It have also been getting the error in Premiere, but i think it is with dynamically linked AFX comps in it so maybe it is still an AFX issue.

     

    It has even done it in premiere while not touching the mouse, i just walked away and came back and it was crashed.

     
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    Jul 3, 2013 12:13 PM   in reply to Samuel Chrisna

    I tried downgrading my Nvidia drivers twice, i started with 320.49 and went back to 314.22 and now I am getting a different error with more of an explanation. It gives me Error code 7 and basically says the gfx card is working too hard, it lost connection from the OpenGL driver to the display driver and surpassed the windows 2 second timeout.

     
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    Jul 22, 2013 7:19 AM   in reply to Samuel Chrisna

    Interesting, I have 4 of these new machines and gfx cards so i thought to try a different card and the crashes went away. I assume the video card is bad and have returned it.

     
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