I’ve just resolved this issue on my work PC - was getting driver Timeout and Detection Recovery when logging on to my work PC remotely, probably because of the longer response times for the GPU to update when using the remote connection.
I did the following to resolve it:
Resolve Timeout Detection and Recovery - WINDOWS 7 (32/64 bit)
Create a registry key in Windows to change the TDR settings to a higher amount, so that
Windows will allow for a longer delay before TDR process starts.
Open Regedit from Run or DOS.
In Windows 7 navigate to the correct registry key area, to create the new key:
There will probably one key in there called DxgKrnlVersion there as a DWord.
Right click and select to create a new key REG_DWORD, and name it TdrDelay. The value assigned to it is the number
of seconds before TDR kicks in - it is currently 2 automatically in Windows (even though the reg. key value
doesn’t exist until you create it). Assign it with a new value (I tried 4
seconds), which doubles the time before TDR. Then restart PC. You need to restart the PC before the value will work.