I've recently started my main P.C after a few months of it not being on.
It worked o.k until the graphics card (an old Geforce 4 MX 460 card) was utilised (graphics card being used just means a program was opened that you appeared to use some kind of graphics feature that was more advanced then the stuff being used to display the desktop such as a web browser or game) at which point it displayed a blue screen error relating to nav4_disp.
This seemed to indicated that my graphics card drivers needed updating so I did so using the latest drivers from the manufacturers website.
The update causes a Blue Screen at boot up if I start the machine normally. I also attempted a slightly older driver which came up when searching for the driver and this allowed booting into Windows however the machine appeared to crash (no blue screen it just seizes up and the monitor shuts off as if the computer has been switched off or restarted) if the graphics card were used. In the latter case I could use the computer o.k if I set the hardware acceleration to 'none'.
In all cases I can boot into safe mode which allows me to fiddle with the drivers.
My question would be what is wrong with the machine and how do I fix it. The blue screen after a driver update is less descriptive than the orginal nav4_disp one. Again it hints at some kind of driver problem but doesn't specify which driver.
Is there a specific driver I should attempt to update along with the graphics card driver (say sound card or ...?). Would the manufacturer provide any help via email or do I need to track down this problem manually.