See below the input from our consultant. I've installed all the latest updates, but no change. Let us know if you have other questions or require additional information. I am very leery of installing 2. Some suggested to do system check using sfc and dism commands. Windows 10 is in many cases installing Microsoft generic drivers.
So if anyone can help I would be grateful. Have been waiting for a couple weeks after I made my final change to make sure this does not happen again. I've ran the memory test from the systemrescuecd that you boot off of. That's when i realized that there was no video and that i could only use the pc without the gpu. Hi: I have been slowly trying the above steps waiting to see how the system behaves over a few days. The computer booted, seemed okay for a few minutes, then, for some reason went into a 800x640 resolution or something like that and i couldn't use my mouse or keyboard or see anything else than my desktop and taskbar. Not every combination of graphics solution, system and operatingsystems is supported.
Select the F10 system setup option. Another thing is that when i hadn't taken it out yet, the pc actually got to the windows loading screen, but right when the keyboard and mouse switched on and off loading drivers, i think the screen just went blank. I've had this happen after upgrading from Windows 7, however this continues to happen after a fresh install of Windows 10. I remember I was moving my mouse and it moved a bit and then just got stuck. You do have the card in the black video card slot, not the white one, correct? A couple of times, this happened while watching a video or playing a game, in which case the speaker got stuck on a repeated sound that went away upon hard boot.
When this happens, I cannot do anything but a hard reboot. I will now do the next suggested steps of removing avast and see what happens. To download the proper driver, first choose your operating system, then find your device name and click the download button. You will need to unpack the driver files there is a switch for it and then install drivers one by one manually via Device Manager - Update driver - Browse my computer for driver. Further analysis indicates it was e1cexpress. However, you may try to use W7 drivers.
Also check with MyEventViewer at the time of the BlueScreen. Just the files, not the folder. As mentioned in the title, I did a clean install. So far I have updated both my intel adapter driver - wired and wifi to latest for windows 10. Run the setup program from the directory that contains the unpacked SoftPaq files. .
I've put on a temp monitor just in case the thermal paste or whatever might be causing issues. I'll have to monitor this over the next week or so to see if this resolves the freezing issue. I've tried wiping the machine clean and installed the anniversary edition of Windows 10, however this issue still persists. It happens sometimes soon after restart. That card should have worked with no problems at all. I'll have to go through the logs to see if there's any indication this is happening at the same time every x days or if it's totally random.
Looks like I might have finally got this resolved. Did an upgrade but that had some strange problem of going super slow at logon time to be unusable. I did that but this happened again. Not much seems to be showing up in the event log as to why it's locking up, but the only way to fix this is to do a cold reboot. I've upgraded that machine to Windows 10, however the machine will lock up randomly overnight after 2-4 days of usage. No more freeze or Blue screen.
I bought it used so can they remove its wifi card? I opened device manager but I didn't see it in the list of drivers. It's up to the hardware manufacturers to create Windows 10 capable drivers for their systems. At first things worked fine for a couple days. They tested the card on other computers and it worked, don't think the motherboard is broken either. I recall it might have happened once, but certainly not as often as it used it. It has not frozen so far while I made the zip file, uploaded and wrote this note. I have a nVidia GeForce 1030 in one and a 730 in the other.
Install a monitoring utility on there? I even tried to install its driver setup and it was installed successfully but still can't see it. An information page will open. 5 or later must be installed on the desktop before installingthis SoftPaq. Don't forget to install drivers mentioned under. Earlier, my system would not come out of sleep mode.
I'll have to check for bad caps. If you could not find the exact driver for your hardware device or you aren't sure which driver is right one, we have a program that will detect your hardware specifications and identify the correct driver for your needs. Run some memory tests on it for a decent amount of time, potentially combine this with the monitoring util. If Driver Verifier creates a minidump upload it and post the link here so we can analyze it. If it's Windows 7 it will probably let you know if it was thermal though. Run the setup program from the directory that contains the unpacked softpaq files.