While browsing the internet, several users often encounter an error display driver stopped responding. In such a situation, their system may temporarily hang and even become unresponsive. Users of Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista and even Windows XP are having the same trouble.
If you are also struggling with this similar issue, then you have come on the right page. Here, we provide some essential guidelines to fix this particular issue. Read this content and solve this issue on your own.
Before going to the troubleshooting methods, you need to know the causes behind the issue. These are the most prominent reasons behind this error as it helps to resolve the problem smoothly.
The reasons mentioned above can be overcome by maintaining some security measures and following a few guidelines. Still, problems will arise if you are an amateur in the technical field and the error code “display driver has stopped responding and has recovered Windows 10” will appear again and again until you find a suitable solution for it. Now, take a look at some of the most accurate solutions:
In order to fix your display driver related issues, here, we have provided some of the potential solutions. All you have to do is, go through them and fix your display driver not working error on your own.
As mentioned earlier, outdated drivers are the leading cause of this issue. In such time, you need to update it to the latest version. Primarily, go to the Control Panel. There you will see the Hardware & Devices option, just click on it. After that, enter the Device Manager.
There you will see the following window. Furthermore, select the device which you want to update and right-click on it. Finally, click on the Update Driver button and press Ok to continue the process.
In order to, uninstall the graphics driver, hold and press the Windows logo key + R to invoke the Run box. There, expand the Display Adapters by right-clicking on the Display Driver. After doing this, press the Uninstall button.
Now, wait for a few minutes to complete the procedure. Finally, restart your PC and check if the issue is removed or not. If not, then go through the next method.
Basically, this process will modify the Registry. Therefore, you need to follow the instructions carefully. But before going to the steps, you need to back up the registry. At the same time, press and hold the Windows logo key and R to invoke the Run box. There simply type ‘regedit’.
Furthermore, to open the Registry Editor, click on Ok. Now, click on the following registry subkey:
After this, click on Edit and then right-click on the blank place. Now select the New option and choose the registry value.
So in that case, if your system is running 32-bit, then click on the DWORD (32-bit) Value. There, just enter TdrDelay as the Name and hit Enter. Now, double-click on TdrDelay and add 8 as the value data. Next, click ok.
If your system running 64-bit, then click on the QWORD (64-bit) Value. After this, type TdrDelay as the Name. Now press the Ok button and double-click on the TdrDelay. Add 8 for the data value and click on Ok.
Finally, restart your system. After modifying the registry value, you may resolve this error. But in case, the issue remains then follow the next solution.
Running multiple programs at the same time can cause performance issues. In order to resolve them, you can adjust the visual effects by disabling some of the visual effects for better performance.
Begin with the Start and then go to the Control Panel. There simply enter the Performance Information and click on it. Now choose the Visual Effect option. Furthermore, select Adjust for best performance and press Ok.
In order to reinstall the Windows OS, you can select the Start option and go to Settings. After this, select the Updates & Security option. There you will see Recovery option, just click on it. Now, you need to restart your system to get the sign-in screen.
Furthermore, you can press and hold the Shift key and Power icon. Finally, Restart it. Alternatively, you can also use installation media to reset your system.
In order to change the monitor type, first, press and hold the Windows + R at the same time and in the dialog box, type ‘devmgmt.msc’. After that, press Enter. There, you will be entered in the Device Manager where you have to expand the Monitors category.
Then you will find that the Generic PnP is checked. In case the Generic PnP option is not checked, you need to update the driver. Now, right-click on the monitor and click on the Update Driver button.
Next, you will be given two options: update automatically or update manually. If you have already installed the Generic PnP then select the correct driver and choose ‘Browse my computer for computer software’ option. After finishing the installation reboot your system.
Apart from these fixes, you can also change the output color depth. After the 1709 update, many users often come across an issue with the color depth. In case the display driver is again crashing after Windows 10 update, changing the color path from 12 bpc to 8 bpc can resolve this issue.
Hopefully, the above-mentioned solutions are helpful enough to resolve the display driver related glitches.
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