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Event ID: 4101 Source: Display

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Description
Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered.
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This event is for information purposes only, and no action is typically required. If this problem occurs often, use Windows Update to check if a new display driver for your display adapter is available. Some older graphics applications might display a black screen or a black section of the screen, and might need to be restarted. See the link to "Display Driver Timeout Detection and Recovery" for additional information about this event.

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