How to solve nvlddmkm blue screen problem?

Hi Experts!

Could you assist me on how to solve nvlddmkm  blue screen problem?

Thanks in advance!
Eduardo FuerteAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
What is this: " nvlddmkm" ?  It is not an error message, so likely you have a root kit virus.
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dbruntonCommented:
Possibly not a root kit virus.

There are nine pages of guidance here http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Fix-the-Nvlddmkm-Error/ to go through.  Plus the comments.

Problem could be BIOS, temperature, power, configuration etc etc.  Lots of possibles to work your way through.
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nobusCommented:
i would start by updating the video driver for this pc

but i must say, a bit more info could help a lot :
what PC model is this?
when does it happen?  at boot, , or when running
do you have any BSOD ?
can it be overheating?
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jcimarronCommented:
EFuerte --
If this is something recent, run a System Restore to a time before it started.
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joinaunionCommented:
I agree with Nobus. Best to start with video driver update.
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nobusCommented:
EFuerte - is the problem solved?
please post some info
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Eduardo FuerteAuthor Commented:
Hello

Thank you for your concerns.

After some attempts to solve this "blue screen" Win 7 asked to do a very time consuming operation to try to fix dlls.

After that, Win 7 asked to fix memory problems, I accepted.

And then the problem was solved (until now)

In truth the PC memory cards are a little "rusty" .and had maintenance few days before.

Since the error cause is too much miscellaneous (accordingly with the researchs)
maybe the facts have connection.
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nobusCommented:
>>   Win 7 asked to do a very time consuming operation to try to fix dlls.   <<  i never heard this; this sounds more like someone installing ransomware - post exact message plse

>>  Win 7 asked to fix memory problems  <<  what was the message?
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