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Dxgmms1.sys BSOD Error Repair - Most Users are not Aware of this!

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 dxgmms1.sys BSOD
Like many other users, you’ve probably read in many technical forums that dxgmms1.sys BSOD (bluescreen) crash is caused due to a problem with your graphic or display driver. While usually this is true, in many other cases it might be a combination of several problems.


In the following post I’d like to demonstrate an easy way to detect the source of the problem and repair it.

Now, random bluescreen crashes that indicate an error with this file are quite common among Windows 7 x64 users, and especially among gamers.

Just for your general knowledge – most BSOD crashes usually occur due to driver problems or hardware failures. The dxgmms1.sys crash usually indicates that one or more of your drivers are malfunctioning; this can be your graphic driver, motherboard drivers, and/or other system drivers.

Most users are not aware of this and usually only blame their graphic card driver. They try to replace it, and the problem isn’t solved, simply because they haven’t checked all their other installed drivers…

Why do drivers suddenly malfunction?
Here are several reasons –
+ Outdated
+ Corrupted
+ Buggy
+ Incompatible

How to identify the drivers that cause this problem?
The biggest problem with this dxgmms1.sys BSOD is being able to detect and then properly replace the problematic drivers with their correct versions.

The fastest and most reliable way that I know of to detect problematic drivers is via automated drivers diagnostics and repair (If you believe you know of other way to do that, feel free to comment below…).

I bet with anyone who read this now, that by running this quick drivers scan on your system, you would come up with at least 5-10 problematic drivers. Am I right…?

Pay a close attention to the problematic drivers that it has detected.
If it includes your graphic driver and/or one of your motherboard or system drivers then these are most probably the ones causing all that trouble.

Repairing the dxgmms1.sys BSOD
At that point you should enable it to automatically replace those drivers immediately - this scanner contains the most up-to-date drivers for almost any possible hardware device which sometimes can’t even be found on the web…

Another important point – when it scans your entire PC, it is able to precisely detect your EXCAT hardware devices models etc. and accordingly ‘fetch’ the correct drivers that ‘fits’ to them. Unfortunately many users miss that point by installing the wrong driver to the wrong hardware and nothing good comes out of it…

Indeed, in most cases it is a driver problem, but in some cases this problem might show up due to a hardware problem. The solution provided here will quickly let you know whether this is a driver related problem or not.

 
   
 

How many problematic drivers has it detected on your PC…?
I’m conducting a little survey among those whom are having this dxgmms1.sys BSOD. Post your answer below and let us know which problematic drivers has it detected and replaced before it fixed your bluescreen crash. Thanks in advance!

   
 
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steve Apr 28, 2012

dxgmms1.sys is a DirectX file. DX11 requires DX9.0c files updated to W7.


Gordon Apr 18, 2012

Driver diagnostics reported no problematic drivers. But I still have Dxgmms1.sys BSOD!

Admin Apr 18, 2012

Please read my answer to the comment that comes before your comment. This might be a hardware problem.


subhash Feb 20, 2012

how we get to know that which hardware is malfunctioned..??

Admin Feb 20, 2012

Hi Subhash,

Case #1:
Scan all your drivers as explained above – should there be a problem with one of them, it’ll tell you to which hardware device it belongs to, thus which one causes this problem.

Case #2:
If you've scanned all your drivers as explained above and none of them has been flagged as problematic, then this might be a hardware problem - in many cases it might be a defective graphic card or a memory chip, or they might be plugged improperly, so turn off your PC (If it is a desktop PC) and try to unplug and then plug them again, then restart your PC - see if that had solved the problem. If not, or if you have a laptop PC, then I suggest you to let a professional PC technician have a look at your hardware components.

Hope that helps.


John Ditchburn Jan 5, 2012

Hi It did not find any driver problems

Admin Jan 5, 2012

In that case, as indicated, this might be a hardware problem.


   
 

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