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    Quote Originally Posted by TimeLion724 View Post
    Maybe you can try installing an old driver for your GPU through "Device Manager" and then trying to update to the latest driver, just make sure that you restart your laptop after every installation.
    Today, I've tried something like this.

    First, I unistalled drivers both for GeForce and NVida with DDU.
    Second I went to Intel site, downloaded and installed Intel Driver & Support Assistance. I searched for newest drivers and installed them. Then I downloaded from NVidia latest version of drivers (419.67) and installed them. Somehow the card started to work. Changed power managamant for maximum performace and launched game. On load screen system hanged out with artefacts:
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    After reset Code 43 appears again.
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    I'm slowly out of ideas what is might going on.

    Update:
    Sometimes GeForce is active, but everytime I will use it (game, program) there will be always BSOD with VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE. After reset card is inactive with 43 error.

    This was happened when I changed fast start to disabled in UEFI, or used laptop on battery. BSOD is showing whenever laptop is plug in into power source, or run on battery.

    I'm starting to thinking, maybe GeForce is faulty. Chip or Video Memory. But in service they tested and says that the hardware is ok.
    I don't really know how to resolve this problem.
    Last edited by jerek_; 03-28-2019 at 07:57 PM.

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    Have you updated your BIOS? I used to experience the same BSOD until I figure out that GPU was going to sleep therefore causing the BSOD crash.
    " The speed of the fallen one does not change..."

    GUIDE TO FIXING BSOD ERRORS

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimeLion724 View Post
    Have you updated your BIOS? I used to experience the same BSOD until I figure out that GPU was going to sleep therefore causing the BSOD crash.
    Yes. I've udpated BIOS. I have version 307.

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    The problem is fixed. I've send my laptop to reseller where I bought it (because they add M.2 SSD drive and 8 GB of RAM), and they change motherboard. Now GeForce works fine with newest drivers and with no change to power management. I think the problem was with mb or graphic card memory or GeForce chipset.

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    I am facing this same issue.
    I have tried every possible method to re start the nvidia drivers, but all in vain.
    methods that I tried are listed as follows,
    1. clean windows installation.
    2. reset of windows.
    3. roll back of updates.
    4. re installation of gpu drivers.
    5. latest verion installation of gpu drivers.
    6. oldest version of gpu drivers installation.
    7. updating the drivers through asus support for this specific device.
    8. updating the gpu drivers through nvidia official site.

    my laptop is asus GL553VE
    1050ti 4 gb graphics card.

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    same issue as above (error code 43 )

    I am facing this same issue.
    I have tried every possible method to re start the nvidia drivers, but all in vain.
    methods that I tried are listed as follows,
    1. clean windows installation.
    2. reset of windows.
    3. roll back of updates.
    4. re installation of gpu drivers.
    5. latest verion installation of gpu drivers.
    6. oldest version of gpu drivers installation.
    7. updating the drivers through asus support for this specific device.
    8. updating the gpu drivers through nvidia official site.

    my laptop is asus GL553VE
    1050ti 4 gb graphics card.

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