- While on the desktop, press Windows Key + X.
- Select Command Prompt (Run as Administrator).
- Type ipconfig /release in the command prompt.
- Wait a few seconds for a reply that the IP address has been released.
- Type ipconfig /renew in the command prompt.
- Wait a few seconds for a reply that the IP address has been re-established.
- Type ipconfig /flushdns in the command prompt.
- Close the command prompt and attempt to make a connection.
Many people claim that they know what causes the issue. For me, it just started out of the blue one day when I attempted to save an excel file into my OneDrive folders. All the other computers in my house work fine, so I am at a loss. If you want a band-aid fix to the issue, follow these steps below.
1) Click Start, click Run, type regedit in the Open box, and then press ENTER.
Locate and then click the following key: (My version of Office happens to be version 16.0.
2) On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD Value.
3) Type QFE_Saskatchewan for the name, and then press ENTER.
4) Right-click the QFE_Saskatchewan entry, and then click Modify.
5) In the Value box, type 2 to have Excel always flush the file cache before obtaining the time stamp. This should resolve the problem most of the time. Or, type 1 to have Excel disable the time stamp check and suppress the dialog in every case.
6) Click OK to save the setting.
7) Re-start Excel to have the setting take effect for that user.
** Note: Try this also:Uninstall your nvidia high definition audio drivers in device manager if you are not using the audio through the HDMI cable. Use your sound card audio instead and get some speakers.
Now, if the device re-installs itself after a windows reboot, then disable the device instead like this:
2) Click Yes to disable
3) It is now disabled.
4) Bring up your NVIDIA Control Panel, under Display, click Set up digital audio, and under HDMI, turn off audio.
** Note: Try this also: Delete the TdrDdiDelay and the TdrDelay. Add instead a QWORD (64-bit) or DWORD (23-bit) value called TdrLevel and give it the value of 0. This completely turns of Tdr checker.
1) Rename the nvlddmkm.sys file in your C:\Windows\System32\Drivers folder to nvlddmkm.sys.old. If the file does not exist, then skip step 1.
2) Locate your latest nvlddmkm.sy_ file on your computer using a search tool like FileSeek and copy it to your Desktop.
3) Open the nvlddmkm.sy_ using a tool like 7-Zip and extract the compressed file to your desktop which will be named nvlddmkm.sys.
4) Move the nvlddmkm.sys file from your Desktop to C:\Windows\System32\Drivers.
5) Type regedit in your windows search bar and hit enter.
6) Go to the path “Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers”.
7) In the right panel, right mouse click and create a new QWORD (64-bit) or DWORD (23-bit) value called TdrDdiDelay and give it the value of 8.
Note: TdrDdiDelay – Specifies the number of seconds that the operating system allows threads to leave the driver. After a specified time, the operating system bug-checks the computer with the code VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE (0x116).
8) In the right panel, right mouse click and create a new QWORD (64-bit) or DWORD (23-bit) value called TdrDelay and give it the value of 8.
Note: TdrDelay – Specifies the number of seconds that the GPU can delay the preempt request from the GPU scheduler. This is effectively the timeout threshold.
9) Reboot your computer.
10) Enter into Power Options
11) Click ‘Change Plan Settings’
12) Click ‘Change Advanced Power Settings’
13) Click the + to the left of ‘Sleep’
14) Click the + to the left of ‘Allow Hybrid Sleep’
15) Change the setting to ‘Off’