The NVIDIA Kernal fashion pilot stopped responding and recovered



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If you have a Windows computer that uses an NVIDIA GPU, you may encounter errors. The really common one says The display driver stops responding . He describes it by saying:

NVIDIA Windows Kernal Mode Driver, version xxx.xx no longer responds and recovered

This says nothing about the cause of the error or a permanent fix. This is because it never repairs it permanently, because this problem is seen over and over again. Well, we connected to the event log to see the log showing the main causes of this error. The main bug that appeared was the NVIDIA kernal driver, which is corrupted. Or the driver is outdated or incompatible.

What happens if the Windows Visual Settings driver collides with the NVIDIA driver and causes this error? Let us simply discuss how we can correct this error.

NVIDIA Kernal mode driver stops responding

1] Install NVIDIA drivers properly



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First download the latest version of Display Driver Uninstaller.

Then boot into safe mode under Windows 10.

Now run Display Driver Uninstaller by double-clicking on the executable and install it.

Once the installation is complete, you must open the program and a screen like this will appear.

Then, as you can see in the image, click Clean & Restart

After restarting the computer, download the NVIDIA drivers.

Select your product type, product series, product, operating system and language that meets your hardware specifications and personal needs.

Click Search and the last available driver will be displayed.

Now click Agree and Download to start downloading the last executable driver file.

Once the download is complete, run this executable and select Custom Click Next

Then select Clean Install(16) and continue. This will install the latest driver on your computer.

Restart your computer.

If the error persists, try to get an older version of the driver and check if it works.

2] For best performance, set

First press WINKEY + R to start Run.

Navigate to the Advanced tab and click Settings under Performance

To disable each option, click on the Adjust for best performance(16) option.

You must now check the following buttons :

Smooth edges of screen fonts

Smooth drop-down lists

Use drop shadows for icon labels on desktop

Click OK to apply all changed settings.

Restart your PC to finalize all new settings.

The error must now be corrected.

3] PhysX Configuration

Open the NVIDIA Control Panel by right-clicking an empty area of the desktop. You can also right-click on the NVIDIA logo in the taskbar.

Expand the 3D Settings option into 3 sub-options.

Choose from these suboptions Configure Surround, Phys X.

Here you must select your graphics card under Processor instead of Auto Select.

Hit Apply sets all your new settings.

Restart your computer to start your computer with all new settings and corrections.

4] 3D Settings

Open the NVIDIA Control Panel by right-clicking an empty area of the desktop. You can also right-click on the NVIDIA logo in the taskbar.

Extend the 3D Parameters option to 3 sub-options.

Choose from these suboptions Manage 3D parameters.

Scroll to Vertical Sync under I want to use the following 3D parameters.

Under Vertical Synchronization , select Off or Force Off .

Press Apply to set all your new settings.

Restart your computer to start it with all new settings and corrections.

5] Check register settings

Press WINKEY+R first to start Run.

Now type regedit inside the run window, then press OK

Click Yes in the UAC prompt.

Navigate to the following address

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlGraphicsTreiber

Right-click the value of the graphics driver and click New > DWORD (32-bit).

Define TdrDelay(16) as the name for the DWORD.

Then select Hexadecimal as the base.

Now set the value to 8.

NVIDIA GPU response time increases from 2 seconds to 8 seconds.

Simply click OK to save the recording.

Now Restart your computer to apply this correction.

Now, I assume that at least one of the 5 above fixes the NVIDIA GPU driver problem i>. i>If you still have problems with your NVIDIA graphics driver, please feel free to comment. I’ll do my best to fix it for you. Or, if you have other methods to solve this problem, please comment. Your help is appreciated by many.

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