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ok so ive got a major problem everytime i start up my system and get logged in i get a error which when i look in the console application it shows that there is a gpu reset going on. which seems to be causing the same thing when i try to look in a folder it resets also and takes a good 3 minutes to actually open the folder

hardware:
MSI Geforce GTX 760
Asus M5A97
AMD fx-8350
8 gb ram

latest gpu resets:



Sun Jun 7 19:42:17 2015

Event: GPU Reset
Data/Time: Sun Jun 7 19:42:17 2015
Application: WindowServer
Path:
OS Version: Mac OS X Version 10.10.1 (Build 14B25)
Graphics Hardware: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760
Signature: d

Report Data:

NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! Exception type = 0xd Graphics Engine Error (GR Exception Error)
Channel Info: [6, 0xb, 0x1, 0x5]
Version Info: [com.nvidia.web.GeForceWeb, 10.0.1, 0x746c6943485b52176d5f58, 19009946, 343.01.02f01, 1]
Internal Version Info: [1, Release, Private build]
Execution Info: [0xffffff80009267e0, 0xffffff8000925d70]

Resource Manager Info:
4443564e 000000d0 abe83470 989da90c 00000001 00000014 d3793533 46d3a4a6
4614f297 e71edccf 00088301 0000009b 12f2240a 081f0a21 80102080 00182080
00280020 00380030 9c808040 00480880 0b580050 030a0060 0a00149a 0913820c
01500318 01900048 923d0a01 380a3a13 00000024 0000000e 0000e001 00001449
00000001 00001049 00000000 00010447 00060021 0009c426 00000020 00641422
00818548 0001f43b 13c2210a 1000081e 80a81800 200bf7a4 302d280b 50003803
acf6bed0 804002ec 00004802 4443564e

4443564e 00000114 c6103742 199490ec 00000001 00000014 d3793533 46d3a4a6
4614f297 e71edccf 00088301 000000de 12ea3e0a 080b0a3b 180b1000 b3be2000
0b2a2ef9 88100108 22028082 2a018002 1001080e 02818990 80810522 2a088080
1001080f 02818994 85a20622 01018080 12f2270a 08220a24 1002c197 01808080
00200018 00300028 402c8838 8080ac88 50014808 600b5800 9a030a00 0c0a0014
18091382 48015003 01019000 13923d0a 24380a3a 0e000000 01000000 490000e0
01000014 49000000 00000010 47000000 21000104 26000600 200009c4 22000000
48006414 3b008185 0a0001f4 1e13c221 00100008 a480a818 0b200bf7 03300d28
d0500038 eee4bdb2 02804002 00000148 4443564e

Accelerator Event History:
0a0808001a04080010010a0808001a04080210010a29080012 2508bc80021080f0bb9a
81f0ffffff01188181c08eec80c0052083808080b002288680 8080100a230800121f08
c080021080f0bb9a81f0ffffff01188181c08eec80c0052081 82800828000a0808001a
04080210000a0808001a0408001000


diffrent code but still the same thing

Sun Jun 7 12:55:13 2015

Event: GPU Reset
Data/Time: Sun Jun 7 12:55:13 2015
Application:
Path:
OS Version: Mac OS X Version 10.10.1 (Build 14B25)
Graphics Hardware: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760
Signature: 8

Report Data:

NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! Exception type = 0x8 DMA Engine Error (FIFO Error 8)
Channel Info: [0, 0x5, 0x2, 0x1]
Version Info: [com.apple.GeForce, 10.0.0, 0x746c6943485b52, 18831271, 310.41.05f01, 1]

Resource Manager Info:
4443564e 00000108 925687bf dded4934 00000001 00000014 d3793533 46d3a4a6
4614f297 e71edccf 00088301 000000d2 12f2450a 08180a42 18001000 28002000
38003000 48004000 58005000 22006000 1001080a 02808e80 22000122 1001080d
02808a84 80810422 0b2250a8 84100108 22028180 0a368c02 00149a03 1382200a
1000081d 20031829 b32808cc 004812ab 01580150 00786460 98010190 030a1401
0a00138a 3a13923d 0024380a 000e0000 e0010000 14490000 00010000 10490000
00000000 04470000 00210001 c4260006 00200009 14220000 85480064 f43b0081
1e0a0001 081b13c2 18001000 f7bc80a8 2805200b 38033008 e585a1c0 02804069
00000048 4443564e

Accelerator Event History:
0a0808001a04080c10010a280800122408bc80021080a0be9b 81f0ffffff0118f180c0
8e8c80c0022084808080702882808080200a230800121f08c0 80021080a0be9b81f0ff
ffff0118f180c08e8c80c002208082800828000a0808001a04 080c10000a0808001a04
080210000a0808001a0408001000


and another code:

Sun Jun 7 12:41:49 2015

Event: GPU Reset
Data/Time: Sun Jun 7 12:41:49 2015
Application: WindowServer
Path:
OS Version: Mac OS X Version 10.10.1 (Build 14B25)
Graphics Hardware: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760
Signature: 1f

Report Data:

NVDA(OpenGL): Channel exception! Exception type = 0x1f Access Violation Error (MMU Error 2)
Channel Info: [6, 0xb, 0x1, 0x33c]
Version Info: [com.apple.GeForce, 10.0.0, 0x746c6943485b52, 18831271, 310.41.05f01, 1]
MMU Error: FAULT_PDE at 0x0

Resource Manager Info:
4443564e 000000c0 ae9fc2e1 c5108686 00000001 00000014 d3793533 46d3a4a6
4614f297 e71edccf 00088301 0000008c 149a030a 82200a00 00081d13 03183310
2809b020 4812abb3 58015000 78646001 01019000 0a140198 00138a03 13923d0a
24380a3a 0e000000 01000000 490000e0 01000014 49000000 00000010 47000000
21000104 26000600 200009c4 22000000 48006414 3b008185 0a0001f4 1c13c21f
00100008 a480a818 0b200bf7 03301f28 aaa5c038 4007c7d9 0d480280 4443564e



all of the channel exceptions seem to be the ones casing the problem and they all are repeating.

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