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Only thing that would come to mind for me is the fact that ‘kernel’ is memory associated. However I dug around and found this quoted on another site.
 
‘Use ''Run'' and type ''regedit''[br]
 
HKEYLOCALMACHINE > SYSTEM > Currentcontrolset > control > graphicsdrivers. Right click ''graphicsdrivers'', click new >Dword (32-bit) value. Modify the value to 8[br]
 
[br]HKEYLOCALMACHINE > SYSTEM > Currentcontrolset > control > graphicsdrivers. Right click ''graphicsdrivers'', click new >Dword (32-bit) value. Modify the value to 8
[br]HKEYLOCALMACHINE > SYSTEM > Currentcontrolset > control > graphicsdrivers. Right click ''graphicsdrivers'', click new >Dword (32-bit) value. Modify the value to 8
 
What I did next was delete ALL of my graphic driver installed (the nvidia one). It will swap to the build-in one on your motherboard.[br]motherboard.
What I did next was delete ALL of my graphic driver installed (the nvidia one). It will swap to the build-in one on your motherboard.[br]motherboard.
 
Then use driver sweeper, select nvidia, and let it erase ALL of your nvidia driver files.[br]files.
Then use driver sweeper, select nvidia, and let it erase ALL of your nvidia driver files.[br]files.
 
I then re-installed the nvidia driver through the installation CD I got with the graphic card, and did NOT get any updates.’

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Original post by: Brandon Frost ,

Text:

Only thing that would come to mind for me is the fact that ‘kernel’ is memory associated. However I dug around and found this quoted on another site.

‘Use ''Run'' and type ''regedit''[br]

HKEYLOCALMACHINE > SYSTEM > Currentcontrolset > control > graphicsdrivers. Right click ''graphicsdrivers'', click new >Dword (32-bit) value. Modify the value to 8[br]

[br]

What I did next was delete ALL of my graphic driver installed (the nvidia one). It will swap to the build-in one on your motherboard.[br]

Then use driver sweeper, select nvidia, and let it erase ALL of your nvidia driver files.[br]

I then re-installed the nvidia driver through the installation CD I got with the graphic card, and did NOT get any updates.’

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open