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  1. Supercrumpet's post in Bizarre GPU Driver Crashes was marked as the answer   
    I didn't have any time Monday night, but last night I played around with it for a little bit right before going to bed. I tried running everything as it was and got the same issue. I saw that I had some new Windows updates available, and installed those and restarted. That appears to have resolved it. I'll do a few more rally stages today to confirm.
     
    If that's the case, to me that clearly points to Windows updates as the original cause here, but it's odd that it wasn't resolved when the problematic updates were uninstalled. Perhaps that's just an idealization of the situation and uninstalling Windows updates doesn't always work cleanly? Never had to uninstall updates before so I'm not sure.
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