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Windows 7 x64 Freeze


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#1 Sasstraliss

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Posted 15 September 2013 - 04:34 AM

Hey everyone,
 
I've got an issue on my desktop running Windows 7 64bit. I've been getting random freezes, where the cursor and all screen activity stops.
This first started happening (I believe) when I upgraded my Nvidia drivers to 320.49. I'm using a GTX670.
 
Since then, I'd get a freeze a couple of minutes after starting up. I've tried uninstalling the drivers, and using DriverSweeper by Guru3D to remove all traces. I'm still getting the freeze. I can't even install backdated Nvidia drivers without the freeze throwing the installer off halfway through.
 
Where can I find some windows error logs or something to track this down? 
 
I've tried removing all traces of NVIDIA everything and installing the 314.22 drivers, but I'm still getting the freeze.
 
Thanks in advance.
 
It's an Intel 3770k stock clock, Gigabyte GTX670 stock, Intel 520 120GB SSD with windows installed, and a WD Black 1TB for other stuff. Nothing else.

Edited by Sasstraliss, 15 September 2013 - 04:38 AM.


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Posted 15 September 2013 - 05:28 AM

Screw it. Formatted.






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