I do not have the utility because I've not had a problem, but I have read that the nVidia installer is not very good at removing old versions when updating, and this can cause problems since bits of old drivers are left behind
You might Google for "nvidia uninstaller" or "nvidia cleaner" and then... from memory, so do some reading...
Remove your current nvidia driver
run the cleaner utililty
Install the driver
Thanks for the answer, I'll give it a try...
Also, once you have uninstalled the NVidia driver, run a registry cleaner such as the Auslogics Registry Cleaner, before installing the new NVidia driver.
Here is the link for the Auslogics Registry Cleaner http://www.auslogics.com/en/software/registry-cleaner/
Thank you for all your tips - but unfortunately i can`t see any improvements after following your instructions.
Isn't there anybody who has the same problem and gets the error mesage: "display driver stopped responding and has recovered" ?
In case you have a bad vid-card, can you swap it out for another, install the drivers for that one, and test?
I would say that it is your Epson printer drivers uninstall them and see if yoru problem goes away.