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I've been having trouble with my computer lately. For one reason or another, my computer's display driver keeps crashing. Whenever that happens, I get a small pop up at the bottom right corner of my screen which says this: http://prntscr.com/2l3sfr%C2'>


I was wondering if there was anyway you could help me out. I tried attaching a dds.txt like you asked in the pinned topic, however, it seems as if that application doesn't work with windows 8.1 for some reason. I've also noticed at times there is a file called tabtip.exe in my GPU. I saw a similar file usually around the time of the driver crash, and it read something else with a peculiar name but of a similar fashion. I've tried just about everything (including clean installations, etc). I really need your help!


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