Originally Posted by name='SwaleSmith'
am running the 180.48 whql released today using 3x gtx 280's (tri-sli)
If u had a previously working set of drivers I'd revert to them, or try older drivers than 180 until u find one that works.
That error was a fault within drivers, that nVidia have mumbled an indirect admission about. It was corrected with the driverset 174.xx. This tells me that the problem could quite likely have reared it's ugly head again.
It had something to do with the memory interaction on the cards, and no single resolution was found. Stepping down from 4g to 2g worked for some, underclocking worked for others, replacing the nvldkm?? file, some never got an answer until the fixed drivers came out.
1 thing. If u get the error, the pc will constantly get it unless u reboot. Then u need to reboot when u get it again.
Hope this doesn't effect single cards too. Is it a big pita to revert to 2x cards to try the drivers if all else fails ?