Video scheduler internal error reddit

Whenever before I am using my PC for to either play Video Games or Watch Videos I frequently acquire a BSOD Video Scheduler Internal Error

Multiple Screenshots of Minidumps:

https://imgur.com/a/6y5rs9G

I had this difficulty a pair of month ago however it stopped without any reason at all.

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What I've tried so much to deal with the issue

*Updated all drivers

*Updated Bios

*Updated Windows

*Changed RAM Propapers, it seems to happens more frequently via a greater RAM frequency and Voltage

*Next step would certainly be to execute a Memtest86


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2 years ago
There's a hardware trouble via the video card. Especially 0xc000000d in the second parameter of an 0x119 BSOD indicates something is wrong via the card. Try reseating the card in its slot and reseat the PCIe power connectors. If that doesn't assist, practically certainly the card is defective. You deserve to try to clean reinstall the driver though. Rerelocate it through DDU from safe mode, then reinstall the latest driver.

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Original Poster2 years ago

Alright thanks a lot! I will attempt this and report ago. Previously I tried removing Drivers through DDU and reinstalling different versions, but unfortunately this didnt operated so far.

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Original Poster2 years ago

I reseat the card and also PCIe power connectors and also uninstalled chauffeurs with DDU and reset up the brand-new ones. Unfortunately the same error showed up. Additionally the pc seems to be stuttering as well as the sound is distorted occasionally.


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