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2017/12/06 14:17:20 (permalink)
Hi, I recently had to RMA a gtx 980ti. Upon receiving the RMA'd product in the mail I installed it and began receiving white checkerboard artifacts upon start up, just after the system itself POST's. Shortly after this ether two things would occur: 1) The display would black screen, like my original card that I RMA'd, forcing me to reboot, 2) The computer would display a Blue Screen of Death with the code Video Scheduler Internal Error and force restart.
 
What I have done to troubleshoot:
1) Re-seated GPU
2) Tried another PCIe slot
3) Reinstalled all drivers utilizing Display Driver Uninstaller, and re downloaded the latest driver from the NVIDIA website
4) Completely removed GPU from system, and utilized on-board processor graphics to write this post.
 
I've already started another RMA process, but if any of you guys have any suggestions on how to fix this it would save both me and EVGA time. Unless of course I received a faulty GPU from an RMA which is hard to believe, but I guess it could happen.
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    Sajin
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    Re: White Checkerboard Artifacts/BSOD Video Scheduler Internal Error 2017/12/06 14:19:58 (permalink)
    You received a faulty card from rma.


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    Re: White Checkerboard Artifacts/BSOD Video Scheduler Internal Error 2017/12/06 14:32:16 (permalink)
    That's what I thought. 
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    Re: White Checkerboard Artifacts/BSOD Video Scheduler Internal Error 2017/12/07 07:13:47 (permalink)
    that remark kinda hurts to what evga says about testing there cards before they sent them out  ..   hmmmmmmm.......... lol
     
    kinda shows that's a load of bull then ???
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    Re: White Checkerboard Artifacts/BSOD Video Scheduler Internal Error 2018/02/11 21:46:40 (permalink)
    I've faced this issue before. This is one of the blue screen of death errors. There are 5 steps that can help you to fix it (One of these steps should solve the problem). For detailed step by step explanation: 
    Follow the steps below
    1.Scan Corrupted Files
    2.Do SFC Scan using command sfc /scannow.
    3.Update your current Window's version.
    4.Update your pc drivers.
    5. Check if there are any hardware changes in your system and fix them.
    post edited by clouttechie - 2018/02/11 21:49:24
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    Re: White Checkerboard Artifacts/BSOD Video Scheduler Internal Error 2018/02/12 00:47:48 (permalink)
    I had the black screen (signal loss) issue with a 760 and 970 on 390.77 drivers, 381.89 are rock solid for me. I would uninstall all NVidia drivers and software, reboot into safe mode and run the latest Display Driver Unistaller. Install 381.89, or other older and known good driver.
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    Re: White Checkerboard Artifacts/BSOD Video Scheduler Internal Error 2018/02/13 13:03:25 (permalink)
    And delete the Nvidia folder (yes, all the files were in it still) in the root of C:\, do, delete C:\"nvidia"
    For some reason, the last time I used the updated ddu, it did not do this for me.
    Do this after uninstalling all nvidia, before rebooting after using ddu, so in-between uninstall and running ddu.

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    Re: White Checkerboard Artifacts/BSOD Video Scheduler Internal Error 2018/02/13 13:38:20 (permalink)
    It's in the advanced option od DDU now.
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    Re: White Checkerboard Artifacts/BSOD Video Scheduler Internal Error 2018/02/13 13:43:24 (permalink)
    And, like I said, it did not delete them for me when I used it.
    I guess just check to make sure they are gone before you set to reboot for new card (I always do this for a new driver install, even if its not a new card I am putting in, hoping it will delete everything in prefetches and everything).

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    Re: White Checkerboard Artifacts/BSOD Video Scheduler Internal Error 2018/02/23 23:34:54 (permalink)
    ml196209
    Hi, I recently had to RMA a gtx 980ti. Upon receiving the RMA'd product in the mail I installed it and began receiving white checkerboard artifacts upon start up, just after the system itself POST's. Shortly after this ether two things would occur: 1) The display would black screen, like my original card that I RMA'd, forcing me to reboot, 2) The computer would display a Blue Screen of Death with the code Video Scheduler Internal Error and force restart.
     
    What I have done to troubleshoot:
    1) Re-seated GPU
    2) Tried another PCIe slot
    3) Reinstalled all drivers utilizing Display Driver Uninstaller, and re downloaded the latest driver from the NVIDIA website
    4) Completely removed GPU from system, and utilized on-board processor graphics to write this post.
     
    I've already started another RMA process, but if any of you guys have any suggestions on how to fix this it would save both me and EVGA time. Unless of course I received a faulty GPU from an RMA which is hard to believe, but I guess it could happen.




    Same thing happened with me few days ago! I have tried several methods to fix out the problem. Later discovered it was due to the driver update. I simply removed the driver from the control panel and then installed the older version again.
     
    However, for more reference you can follow this URL 
    However make sure to turn off the automatic updates from Windows 10.
     
    The update keeps running on the background which triggers the driver updating feature. How one thing is sure that the problem doesn't occur because of a faulty hardware :) !

    Hope it helps!
    post edited by devinsmith666 - 2018/02/23 23:37:12
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