Did anyone try the thing found at the bottom of this thread? :
EDIT: (the thing marked as the answer)
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Posted 05 December 2013 - 02:52
did you update to Win8.1 from the store? mine exhibited bluescreens after the upgrade. seems fine now with a clean install.
Posted 05 December 2013 - 16:48
is it just me or this thread was hijacked?
It was, but it was the same issue I think.
Posted 22 February 2014 - 21:22 Best Answer
Updating this thread in case it helps someone:
After many driver crashes I think I have pinned down the culprit: f.lux
I tried disabling it last night and have not encountered a crash just yet. I'll update this thread in perhaps a week's time to see if this solution worked.
Something else I tried was modifying both these registry values to 60, which I'll try reverting back in a few days to pinpoint the issue down to f.lux:
TdrDelay = 60
Timeout = 60
Related: this guy came to the same conclusion regarding f.lux.
Posted 03 March 2014 - 08:12
Sorry to bump this again but thank you for posting the solution!
You're welcome and also to confirm, I have never encountered another display driver crash since my last message so I consider this issue solved. I have reverted the above registry keys back to their original values.