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Windows 7 is shutting down my graphics card (Nvidea) ...error 43...and freezing screen resolution at 600x480. Tried updating the driver, restoring the system to an earlier point, tried reboot at last known good configuration...system restore works for about 5 minutes than windows shuts the device down again. Any suggestions?

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Press "F8" before Windows boot and you'll be presented with Advanced Boot Option. Select Safe Mode and hope it can booted successfully into this mode. Uninstall the related driver and reboot the system to normal mode.

Once it is booted, install the driver obtained from NVIDIA which is WHQL certified for Windows 7. Once installed, reboot your system and hope it works now.

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