Open registry editor..run > regedit > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers. In the box to the right you may or may not see TdrDelay with a data value of (2). If you see that, double click and change the value from (2) to (8). If you don't see TdrDelay...right click on a open space and create a new Dword and name it TdrDelay . Double click that and set a value of 8. Start at 8 and increase it if necessary. Generally a value of 8 gets the job done.
Note: The computer must be rebooted after making this change.
To fix it use TDRManipulator, easy to use and straighforward interface. For 1st try just disable the 1st option. It probably will not fox anything, you will just have less crashes.
In case anybody is wondering to why is this happening I must say that it may have something to do with AMD/Raptr Gaming Devolved client which also causes crashes, drivers not responding and whatever else. AMD reckognizing the problem after months in the latest driver hotfix but they forgot to say that Gaming Devolved does not record without in game overlay.
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I have seen that program...plus many others. The best way to change the TDR is manually...as outlined. You can start your own thread if you want to share your opinion.
It seems my problem has fixed, I checked out my graphics card and there was plenty of dust, also I see that graphics card temperature has risen by 5-10 degrees since I bought it (15 months ago).
I can't fix this display driver stopped issue! Please, help me!
Intel Core i7 4th gen 3.60 GHz
RAM: 16 GB
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon R7 200
My friend also had this problem, turned out it wasn't the graphics card but some corrupted Windows files and malware he had on his computer, I suggest everyone to scan their computers with MalwareBytes and repair corrupted Windows files using "sfc /scannow" command.
The first part is a clean install - but I found by allowing Windows 10 to select the drivers for me it fixed everything.
Please don't slam a guide until you've followed it.