[FIX] OpenGL Fix 32/64 bit (Nvidia driver error)

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  • #5246
    Jonathan078NL
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    Hello Guys,

    The first hour I played TF I got the OpenGL error, I used the old BF3 fix but I did something slightly different.

    I got an old Nvidia 9600GT with the latest 3.40 driver, and I’m using Windows 8.1 64-bit.

    Because I’m using Windows 8.1 64-bit I made a different “64 bit” key: Instead of using the “DWORD (32 bit)” key. I used the “QWORD”(64-bit)” key with exactly the same description as below. After that I played for 6 hours in a row without any crash, So I think it helps to use the right key for the corresponding system you’re using. (32-bit or 64-bit). I hope this helps you fix this error.

    This seems to be an old fix used for BF3.
    1.Simply go to your registry: Start –> Run –> Type in “Regedit”
    2.Go to “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers” and create a key of type “DWORD (32-bit)” or “QWORD (64-bit)” (depending on what system you’re using) and name “TdrDelay” with a value of 10 as Decimal value.
    3.Reboot and play 🙂

    In a nutshell it gives the GPU 10 seconds to recover/respond vs. 2 seconds (default).

    http://i.imgur.com/3e8688x.jpg?1

    This works for Windows 7, 8 and 8.1

    This basically alleviates the “ Display driver stopped responding and has recovered” issue and/or “Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered.” you will only see in the EventViewer.

    If you want to learn more about this setting: Timeout Detection & Recovery (TDR)

    Check this links:

    http://http.developer.nvidia.com/NsightVisualStudio/2.2/Documentation/UserGuide/HTML/Content/Timeout_Detection_Recovery.htm http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff570088(v=vs.85).aspx

    TDR stands for Timeout Detection and Recovery. This is a feature of the Windows operating system which detects response problems from a graphics card, and recovers to a functional desktop by resetting the card. If the operating system does not receive a response from a graphics card within a certain amount of time (default is 2 seconds), the operating system resets the graphics card.

    Before TDR existed, problems of this nature would have resulted in a system freeze and required a reboot of the operating system. If TDR is enabled and you see the TDR error message, “Display driver stopped responding and has recovered,” this means that the Windows operating system reset the display driver.

    #5300
    jon157uk
    Participant

    Thanks for that Jonathan, I’ll give it a try.

    #5367
    killkenny1
    Participant

    Have been experiencing this problem. Will give your method a shot. Thanks for sharing this info, OP.

    #5403
    Jonathan078NL
    Participant

    Too bad, I’ve got 2 OpenGL crashes to desktop again, guess I was lucky yesterday 🙁

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 4 months ago by Jonathan078NL.
    #7115
    xynix
    Participant

    All this does it make it wait 10 seconds to drop to the desktop rather than 2. It’s going to crash either way.

     

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