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How to Solve Code 43 Nvidia GTX10xx or RTX20xx Gpu Problem

Apr 20, 2019 | Software

NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems

Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)

This issue is becoming an headache for many users, we had the same bad time and took us several hours to fix the problem, the main reason is one: Not anyone can solve the problem in the same way.
We decided today explain you some of the possible ways to fix this.

At the beginning we thought was a problem of our PC with installed previously a ASUS GTX 1050 Ti and now a Zotac GTX 1070 Ti but we figure out very soon that this afflict all the RTX and GTX Nvidia cards from 2015 till now also for the Laptops.

The problem persist with the new generation cards from 2019 like GTX & RTX 2060 and 2080 we found several topics about it. Today we will tell you all the solution things we tested.

Let’s start to understand step by step how to solve this issue.
Mainly we understood the problem appears after accepted to install the Windows Update, and after restarting the system the multiple monitors did not work anymore:

Windows Update Cause NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems
Device Mananger View NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems

“We would like to remind this problem can happen also in some cases with the update of the Nvidia Drivers.”

How to Solve Code 43 Error with your Nvidia Graphic Card

Solution 1 – Unistall Device

This case we can consider the most common and easy to fix. Consider yourself lucky!

1) Press Win+R (Windows logo key and R key) together at the same time.

2) Type devmgmt.msc then click OK.
This is to open Device Manager Window. 

Devmgmt.msc NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems

3) Expand the “Display adapters” category and right-click on the NVIDIA device name. (You will see an yellow Exclamation mark the side of graphic card name)
The context menu will pop up.
Then click 
Uninstall.

Unistall Device NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems

4) Now restart your PC and check if the problem is solved properly.

Device Working Properly NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems

Solution 2 – Reinstall Drivers

Many times can be due to faulty graphics drivers. As you can see, there’s the yellow mark next to the device name in Device Manager if you want to check that follow the first 2 steps of Solution 1.
Try now to uninstall the Nvidia graphics card driver using the following steps:

1) First of all we need to download a program dedicated to remove completely any track of the drivers named: Display Drivers Uninstaller DDU,
If you can please restart your PC and enter in Safe Mode, we did it without and it worked fine anyway, remove all the drivers:

Display Driver Uninstaller DDU NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems

2) After the system Restart, follow this link to download the latest Nvidia drivers, remember to choose the correct card details.

3) Install the drivers using CUSTOM install, and select Perform a Clean Installation,

4) When finish, restart the system.
after check if the problem is solved.

Solution 3 – Windows Recovery

We found also the case where the problem was due to the latest windows update, so we decided to Revert to a Previous System Restore Point.

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1) Press Win button and input type ‘System Restore’ in the search box.

2) Now press the System Restore button to open System Restore.

System Restore NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems

3) Select a suitable restore point that predates your device problem, and click Next to restore your Windows to an earlier date, NO any Software or Document will be deleted. So no worries about it.

Select Restore Point NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems

4) When Windows will start check if the problem is solved.

Solution 4 – Install Older Drivers

We found also a way to solve the problem using a previous version of the drivers. Looks like sometime the new drivers can make this problem come out. For this reason we will explain you where and how to install the previous Nvidia Drivers.

1) First of all we need to download a program dedicated to remove completely any track of the drivers named: Display Drivers Uninstaller DDU,

If you can please restart your PC and enter in Safe Mode, we did it without and it worked fine anyway, remove all the drivers:

Display Driver Uninstaller DDU NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems

2) After the system Restart, you need to follow this link Nvidia Archive & Beta Drivers and select an older version of of your drivers version.

3) Install the drivers using CUSTOM install, and select Perform a Clean Installation,

4) When finish, restart the system.
after check if the problem is solved.

4) Now restart your PC and check if the problem is solved properly.

Solution 5 – Nothing of this works

This was what happened to our PC and the reason still not clear 100%. The only way to make it work as been to install the Geforce Gamer Ready Driver.

1) First of all you need in any case to follow the procedure removing all the drivers using DDU software as explained in Solution 2 and 4.

2) At this point follow the link to Geforce Ready Driver Download.
Follow the installation procedure as explained in Solution 2. (point 3 and 4)

3) When finish, restart the system. After check if the problem is solved.

4) We have now all the monitors working and preliminary test of some games give us a good result, without drop down FPS in gaming.

Solution 6 – Script Solution

This solution as not been made and tested from us differently that the others, but we can suggest you to have a look to the great work done by eGPU.io

They developed a script that  fix the problem.

Issue solver for Windows 10/8/7 Device Manager showing an inoperable error code 43 against a Nvidia GTX10xx or RTX20xx eGPU running on a mPCIe, EC, M.2, LUA interface; or on a desktop PCIe slot GPU.  Here a lengthy fix utilizing an older 368.81 driver + mods is distilled into a one-click script to instantly get your eGPU up and running.  The latest Nvidia driver can be used without any introduced performance or functionality penalty. 

EGPU Fixerr NVIDIA Code 43 Windows Has Stopped This Device Because It Has Reported Problems

1)  Download this attachment:

2)  Extract it to a folder & navigate to that folder

3)  Double-click nvidia-error43-fixer.bat

4)  Click YES to UAC approval prompt

5)  Follow onscreen instructions & prompts as shown in above screenshot

IMPORTANT: You have also to consider that the issue can happen for HARDWARE problems. In some case the PCI was not plugged properly, in other cases the alimentation cable of the Graphic Card was not anymore plugged properly. In other cases the Graphic Card was broken.

If your problem is solved leave us a comment!

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