I've put a new (second hand) graphics card (nVidia GT8800) in my PC. I forgot to delete the old drivers first... (nVidia GT8600).
Now I get a warning every 5 minutes or so. "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered". I found A LOT of information on this subject, but none of the sollutions helped me out. I also found that many people didn't get an answer on this error message. Also, the Microsoft support site suggests me some sollutions, but they all won't help.
I already de-installed the GT8600 drivers (show all devices in device manager), and re-installed the GT8800 a couple of times with different versions of drivers, also the latest. When I'm typing this, I didn't get the error, but sometimes it happens A LOT.
When the PC is idle for 2 minutes or so, and I touch the mouse, the screen flickers, and I get the error afterwords.
Note: Yesterday I played the game Company Of Heroes for about an hour, without any problem. When I work in Windows 7 (surfing the internet, checking mail, ...) I get this error all the time. The card isn't getting too hot also. (checked that)
Is there a way to know what program is causing this error?