T410 nvlddmkm.sys BSOD on startup

Hi all

I had my T410 since the end of last month and had a BSOD on startup several times so far. Whenever I caught, I noticed that the driver nvlddmkm.sys nvidia was the cause. Each time the BSOD, I get the prompt "windows did not start successfully", how by selecting "Start windows normally" translates the fine start System. Since this BSOD is only presented to a cold start, I'm not too hampered by it outside my boot up times by doubling the time it does. I ran the update of the bios/driver Thinkvantage, as well as I'm running with the latest updates for Win7 Pro x 64.

Everyone knows this? If so, have you found a solution? No matter what Lenovo personal support out there have an entry?

Thank you



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    You got error checking 0 116 x which is a VIDEO_TDR_ERROR - "This indicates that an attempt to reset display driver and recover a timeout failed."
    Without doubt, update the video driver, downgrade the driver (if the last update does not work), or uninstall and reinstall the latest driver.  Updated the firmware, downgrade the firmware (if the last update does not work). Make sure that you use the latest BIOS for your motherboard as well.  If you are overclocking, stop.
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