Hello KrAzY3 1. Is your card sharing IRQ with any other device ? 2. Are you using driver cleaner between each and new driver install ? 3. What did you selected in BIOS configuration for primary video acceleration ? 4. Is the Intel Graphics still showing up in Device Manager ? 5. Were you able to uninstall Intel Graphics driver and if not did you disabled Intel Graphics in Device Mnager ? 6. Default NVIDIA settings Color correction are set to Desktop, can you try to change to "all" ,this may help you with a lot of freezing and blue screen errors, just try it. 7. Last chance ,you can always try going to Control panel > Administrative Tools > Services > NVIDIA driver service and double click select disable , apply then go to START > RUN > type in msconfig then select Startup and uncheck " NvCpl " also " nwiz " and " NvMcTray " click apply and reboot machine. These last options should help prevent driver from freezing and crashing games. It's very tricky to find out what is messing up system configuration :duh: .