Some users are reporting all over the internet a nasty error (display crash) with the following name: LKD_0x141_Tdr:6_IMAGE_nvlddmkm.sys . This error may appear during a regular game play or during a BSOD. Other time instead it doesn’t appear at all and you get aware of it only when you run Windows Event Viewer. Usually, this error has to do with your Video Graphic Card (NVIDIA). What follow are some solutions to solve it.
The first thing to do is update your NVIDIA Graphic card driver. To do that you will have to know the exact name of your NVIDIA Graphic card and head to this web page: http://www.nvidia.it/Download/index.aspx?lang=enghttp://www.nvidia.it/Download/index.aspx?lang=eng.
If this driver update doesn’t solve your issue, it means that the driver itself is corrupted. So you will have to uninstall it. It might be a real pain to uninstall a driver because sometimes the uninstalling process leaves behind a lot of files and this do nothing but repeat the error once you reinstall the driver. I advise you to try this uninstalling program in order to have a clean uninstall. To run the program be sure to be in Windows 10 Safe Mode before run it.
Other useful information about graphic card errors can be found here.
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