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ther1pper

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(30 minutes earlier)
ther1pper: FUCK IT BURNS AAHHHH
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(Present)
Emily: *sigh* due to technical difficulties, chapter 37 is on hold until further notice after the dumbass fucked his computer by putting in a new graphics card, stuttering and fps drops everywhere....some upgrade that was. I think i broke my neck on that last stutter, Grimlock in his other game is also freaking out. If you know how to fix GTX 1070 stuttering and fps drops, please let me know, he can't play other games without fixing this. I'm gonna sleep. He's gonna try to unfuck his computer so Satsuki can fuck in me Chapter 38.
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you probably alredy done this things but...

have you tried deleting your skyrim ini files so that new one are created? (also if you use mod organizer you need to edit the ini there)

and reconfigure the enblocal.ini too?

i will be waiting for the next chapter <3

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you probably alredy done this things but...

have you tried deleting your skyrim ini files so that new one are created? (also if you use mod organizer you need to edit the ini there)

and reconfigure the enblocal.ini too?

i will be waiting for the next chapter <3

Dude this is affecting all my games, i don't think my skyrim ini's are gonna help the rest of them. I gotta solve the core problem before i worry about skyrim.

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Awww sorry to hear this, I have o idea bro. Try asking Dwadle or Khirotoper they both do IT

 

Plus 

 

Yo play Halo Reach? Hahah

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If reinstalling drivers simply doesn't do, then it might be the moment for a fresh install :

— Save your data (including your savegames)

— format your disk

— Reinstall windows

— Install your mothercard's chipset drivers

— Install direct X

— Install your graphic card drivers (might be necessary to use CD drivers and then updating)

 

I have recently changed my system, and there was no way getting past windows boot screen... So I had recent experience of that procedure recently. XD

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you probably alredy done this things but...

have you tried deleting your skyrim ini files so that new one are created? (also if you use mod organizer you need to edit the ini there)

and reconfigure the enblocal.ini too?

i will be waiting for the next chapter <3

Dude this is affecting all my games, i don't think my skyrim ini's are gonna help the rest of them. I gotta solve the core problem before i worry about skyrim.

 

It would suck to have to edit every .ini file for every game, right?

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Aww man... Sucks to hear this. :( I don't know any direct "fix" for a GTX (I've always used AMD).

1. Did you completely uninstall your old GPU drivers?

2. If you downloaded the drivers from the web, did you get the correct one? If so, are there any additional updates/hot fixes that you might have missed?

3. Try a reinstall of your OS, make sure you do a backup first, and disconnect all HDDs or SDDs that are NOT affiliated with your OS. Then install the new drivers and then reinstall your unplugged HDDs/SDDs.

4. I made this mistake once. It is hard to succumb to the possibility that your card could just be busted. I doubt that is the case in this scenario, but keep this plausibility in the back of your head. Depending on where you got it, you can probably send it back and get a new one free of charge.

I wish I could be of more help :/ Google is your friend in times like these, I doubt your the first to experience this. Good luck!

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If reinstalling drivers simply doesn't do, then it might be the moment for a fresh install :

— Save your data (including your savegames)

— format your disk

— Reinstall windows

— Install your mothercard's chipset drivers

— Install direct X

— Install your graphic card drivers (might be necessary to use CD drivers and then updating)

 

I have recently changed my system, and there was no way getting past windows boot screen... So I had recent experience of that procedure recently. XD

i feel like all of this should be a final solution as this might take all day, but looking at yours and collygons answer reminded me of something. The driver folders, is there only supposed to be one in there and it being the current driver number, or can there be multiple of the same number. Because in my nvidia folder i have 3 different folders, 376.09, 372.90, and 372.54. It says my driver is updated to 382.05. Is it possible my computer is installing and uninstalling things incorrectly?

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If reinstalling drivers simply doesn't do, then it might be the moment for a fresh install :

— Save your data (including your savegames)

— format your disk

— Reinstall windows

— Install your mothercard's chipset drivers

— Install direct X

— Install your graphic card drivers (might be necessary to use CD drivers and then updating)

 

I have recently changed my system, and there was no way getting past windows boot screen... So I had recent experience of that procedure recently. XD

i feel like all of this should be a final solution as this might take all day, but looking at yours and collygons answer reminded me of something. The driver folders, is there only supposed to be one in there and it being the current driver number, or can there be multiple of the same number. Because in my nvidia folder i have 3 different folders, 376.09, 372.90, and 372.54. It says my driver is updated to 382.05. Is it possible my computer is installing and uninstalling things incorrectly?

 

Not sure, I haven't Nvidia drivers. If you wanna try Collygon's suggestion first, those differents numbers can mean your system doesn't erases temporary extracted files (just before the real installation begins). However, the only drivers taken in account are those in your register, which are signaled in windows install/uninstall programs, and in your system peripherals. =)

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If reinstalling drivers simply doesn't do, then it might be the moment for a fresh install :

— Save your data (including your savegames)

— format your disk

— Reinstall windows

— Install your mothercard's chipset drivers

— Install direct X

— Install your graphic card drivers (might be necessary to use CD drivers and then updating)

 

I have recently changed my system, and there was no way getting past windows boot screen... So I had recent experience of that procedure recently. XD

i feel like all of this should be a final solution as this might take all day, but looking at yours and collygons answer reminded me of something. The driver folders, is there only supposed to be one in there and it being the current driver number, or can there be multiple of the same number. Because in my nvidia folder i have 3 different folders, 376.09, 372.90, and 372.54. It says my driver is updated to 382.05. Is it possible my computer is installing and uninstalling things incorrectly?

 

Not sure, I haven't Nvidia drivers. If you wanna try Collygon's suggestion first, those differents numbers can mean your system doesn't erases temporary extracted files (just before the real installation begins). However, the only drivers taken in account are those in your register, which are signaled in windows install/uninstall programs, and in your system peripherals. =)

 

Oh yeah, last thing i forgot to add is window's also did an update as well when i was installing my drivers too.

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Well, it's seems you're a good candidate for system reinstallation then. =p But make sure to try Colligon's solution before hand, there are always some tiny things which get lost in more extreme treatments. ;)

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Find a good 3rd party GPU display driver uninstallation tool (I use Display Driver Uninstaller for my AMD, don't know if it works for Nvidia), and any additional guides from online to find and delete leftover registry files. Don't rely on Nvidia's own installation software (or even just the 3rd party uninstaller) to clean things up properly.

 

So the first thing to try would be that: Use the tool to completely uninstall your GPU drivers, and then use a guide to help track down and delete any registry or other files left over (google something like "how to completely uninstall gpu drivers" or something). Once all of that is done and your computer is free of any display driver software, do a fresh install of the driver suite for your GPU.

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Find a good 3rd party GPU display driver uninstallation tool (I use Display Driver Uninstaller for my AMD, don't know if it works for Nvidia), and any additional guides from online to find and delete leftover registry files. Don't rely on Nvidia's own installation software (or even just the 3rd party uninstaller) to clean things up properly.

 

So the first thing to try would be that: Use the tool to completely uninstall your GPU drivers, and then use a guide to help track down and delete any registry or other files left over (google something like "how to completely uninstall gpu drivers" or something). Once all of that is done and your computer is free of any display driver software, do a fresh install of the driver suite for your GPU.

when looking in my files i find a Nvidia folder with a display driver folder that has older versions in it, would it be a good idea to delete theses after uninstalling my driver? or just delete everything Nvidia related all together and just have it all fresh installed?

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Here we go, try following this guide: http://www.overclock...rivers-new-2016

 

You don't even need a 3rd party uninstaller. I use a guide by the same guy for my AMD drivers, and yes, you will want a completely fresh install (especially since its a new GPU). If things aren't better after this, there may be something else wrong.

OOOH!!! This looks really useful, i'll try this for sure, thanks.

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you probably alredy done this things but...

have you tried deleting your skyrim ini files so that new one are created? (also if you use mod organizer you need to edit the ini there)

and reconfigure the enblocal.ini too?

i will be waiting for the next chapter <3

Dude this is affecting all my games, i don't think my skyrim ini's are gonna help the rest of them. I gotta solve the core problem before i worry about skyrim.

 

 

I thought it was just in skyrim, sorry ;-;

If after using DDU and installing the drivers again the problem still persists your video card is most likely defective

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Here we go, try following this guide: http://www.overclock...rivers-new-2016

 

You don't even need a 3rd party uninstaller. I use a guide by the same guy for my AMD drivers, and yes, you will want a completely fresh install (especially since its a new GPU). If things aren't better after this, there may be something else wrong.

OOOH!!! This looks really useful, i'll try this for sure, thanks.

 

How goes things? Did you manage to get stuff fixed or are you still having problems?

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Here we go, try following this guide: http://www.overclock...rivers-new-2016

 

You don't even need a 3rd party uninstaller. I use a guide by the same guy for my AMD drivers, and yes, you will want a completely fresh install (especially since its a new GPU). If things aren't better after this, there may be something else wrong.

OOOH!!! This looks really useful, i'll try this for sure, thanks.

 

How goes things? Did you manage to get stuff fixed or are you still having problems?

 

I think so, right now my dumb ass is just being really lazy, so slowly trying to work on chapter 37.

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