Every single time I open the Nvidia Control Panel, I get an instant Blue Screen. The initial Blue Screen was me watching my friend mess around with EVGA Precision X, the GPU settings to be specific. (No this was not with my permission. I would have been quick to stop him if the following didn't happen so suddenly) With the settings changed, and 'apply' pushed, I watched in horror as my screen and computer -flipped- out. Screen blinking on and off... and then the lovely Blue Screen. When I turn my computer back on, EVGA is set to start up with Windows. So... naturally... I get the same issue as when he pushed apply. I had to boot into safe mode, and manually remove the program in order to boot back in normaly without issues. My first thoughts were... this can't be over. I had recently downloaded the Nvidia Control Panel, so I decided to see what was in it. I opened the performance tab, and it asked for me to agree to some terms. There was my next Blue Screen. Now... When I logged back on, I'm thinking, I'll reinstall the latest driver. So I did... I ended up eventually opening Nvdia Control panel once again, only to receive -another- blue screen, purely from just -opening- the program. I tried this once more to be sure this wasn't some random bull. But of course, to no surprise, it happened yet again.
What the hell did my idiot friend begin. Please let me know exactly what information you need, assuming you need more.
Graphics Card - GeForce GTX 250
The Driver I downloaded, installed, and still my current Driver - Version 306.23