|Every game I try to play will boot up, let me configure settings, and play for anywhere from 30 seconds to 15 minutes before either crashing to desktop or blue screening and crash dumping.|
I know that its not my new video card, ram, or psu I just bought because I had the same problems before I upgraded my system.
My neighbor said something about having a similar problem. He told me that with a certain windows update, windows installs a driver for nVidia based cards. My system prior to upgrading had an integrated nvidia 6100 and now it has an nvidia 9800 gtx+. He told me that if I gop back to a far enough restore point, I can manually install the updates and skip over these windows-based display drivers.
I've read dozens of posts and I know that its not my temperatures, and I know its not faulty ram because I had the problem before I upgraded.
My thought was that if I could determine a way to uninstall the basic videop drivers I had and then reinstalled the actual nvidia driver for my card then all would be well, but I cant even get a straight answer on how to do that.
Thank you all a ton for any help or insight you can offer!