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Any other NVIDIA users getting this issue?

Giuliano

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I recently bought a new pc (specs are in my signature). I've got an Nvidia GTX 680 and at first, everything was working perfectly until windows 7 updated then I started getting BSODs. I thought it had something to do with my RAM but after I checked it out and found out my RAM is fine, reinstalled windows 7 and downloaded the most recent Nvidia driver I started getting this weird Kernal Driver 301.42 crash and BSODs related to this NVLDDKM.sys file.

Is there a way to fix this issue?

P.S my apologies if my description is a little vague.