BSOD x64 Vista.. a driver is mismanaging PTES (2 nvidia cards).. RRS feed

  • Question


    I've searched around the net on this error.. no real solutions that i have found so far.. figured i'd give this forum a shot... i'm running an 8600GT and 7600GT card at the same time.. didnt have this issue before the 2nd card..

    I'm running the latest revision from 12/07 on the driver...

    The stop error is 0x0000001D

    Anyone have any thoughts.. or am i out of luck with 2 nvidia cards and x64 vista for now?


    Thursday, March 27, 2008 11:45 PM

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  • I'm having the same exact error. I run Vista x64 in an ASUS M2NMB-VM CSM, 3G RAM. No aditional video cards; just the motherboard NVIDIA Quatro NVS210 GPU. I run VirtualPC 2007.

    Tuesday, April 1, 2008 2:41 AM
  • Just started getting this error today.  

    I may have some better info on it, so here goes. 

    I'm running a triple boot system, nvidia 680i chipset, 8800GTS 640MB w/nvidia 180 WHQL drivers (on my Vista x64 install).  My Server 2008 x64 install also fails with the same error message.  I'm running two types of RAM with different timings, both are OCZ (2048 Gold [5-5-5-18] and 4096 NVidia SLI[5-4-4-15]).  Processor is an E6600, been running for two years with no issue OC'd from 2.4 to 3.0Ghz.  I believe the issue is related to a combination of the RAM timing settings, and the processor OC.   Under any configuration I can boot into my XP Pro 32 bit installation without any problems, but I can only see 3GB RAM.

    If I keep the processor at 3.0Ghz, but set the timings to Auto, I get this error (Vista or 2008 x64).  If I manually set the timings to 5-5-5-18, it boots fine.  If I keep the timing settings at 5-5-5-18, but default my processor at 2.4Ghz, it crashes with a different error, the only useful message talking about disabling a video card driver.

    I hope this may help someone get their system booting, if they have similar hardware to my own.

    Wednesday, December 24, 2008 6:06 PM