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Yongtjunkit
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hi, I've been noticing lately that I've been receiving the graphics error related popup

 

system specs

WIndows 10 1809

intel 3337U

intel HD graphics 4000

nvidia gt 720m

500GB samsung 850 evo

12 GB ram

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Update : disabling intel HD Graphics 4000 on my laptop makes the pop up disappear 

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Drivers for the graphics portion of the intel 3000 series CPUs are horrible.  One of the Windows updates may have broken some basic functionality of the driver.

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54 minutes ago, KarathKasun said:

Drivers for the graphics portion of the intel 3000 series CPUs are horrible.  One of the Windows updates may have broken some basic functionality of the driver.

How to fix the problem that the driver caused ? Currently runing the latest driver from intel

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On 10/11/2018 at 10:16 AM, KarathKasun said:

Drivers for the graphics portion of the intel 3000 series CPUs are horrible.  One of the Windows updates may have broken some basic functionality of the driver.

Just downgraded(clean install windows 8.1) still the same issue with the errors, can't even install the latest Nvidia drivers on both Windows 10 and 8.1(Nvidia GT 720M)

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On 10/10/2018 at 8:50 PM, Yongtjunkit said:

hi, I've been noticing lately that I've been receiving the graphics error related popup

 

system specs

WIndows 10 1809

intel 3337U

intel HD graphics 4000

nvidia gt 720m 

500GB samsung 850 evo

12 GB ram

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image.png.a16deea307c2f3d7936a14f66bd7b4b1.png

 

Update : disabling intel HD Graphics 4000 on my laptop makes the pop up disappear 

 

I am confused are you using the intel graphics or the nvidia graphics?

In my experience computers usually don't get along well using two different GPU's

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5 minutes ago, kingknightrider said:

 

I am confused are you using the intel graphics or the nvidia graphics?

In my experience computers usually don't get along well using two different GPU's

Laptops are often built to use both.  I'm using both the integrated Intel and nVidia Quadro on a work laptop right now.  Their drivers are fine together. On the flipside, you'd likely have more of a problem if you tried pairing an AMD APU with a nVidia GPU in a laptop...I've never seen one.

 

I'd DDU the laptop myself, make it use the default display drivers...then, if you can, install the latest chipset drivers, then the latest Intel video drivers, then the latest nvidia drivers, rebooting after each install.  Your errors are specific to GPU hardware acceleration in the applications.

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2 hours ago, PineyCreek said:

Laptops are often built to use both.  I'm using both the integrated Intel and nVidia Quadro on a work laptop right now.  Their drivers are fine together. On the flipside, you'd likely have more of a problem if you tried pairing an AMD APU with a nVidia GPU in a laptop...I've never seen one.

 

I'd DDU the laptop myself, make it use the default display drivers...then, if you can, install the latest chipset drivers, then the latest Intel video drivers, then the latest nvidia drivers, rebooting after each install.  Your errors are specific to GPU hardware acceleration in the applications.

 

2 hours ago, kingknightrider said:

 

I am confused are you using the intel graphics or the nvidia graphics?

In my experience computers usually don't get along well using two different GPU's

Windows 10 seems to have issue with both GPU, never seen that error before on windows 10. Asus provided driver(not all) for windows 10 on their website.

The intel driver is the latest driver from intel website 

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18 minutes ago, Yongtjunkit said:

 

Windows 10 seems to have issue with both GPU, never seen that error before on windows 10. Asus provided driver(not all) for windows 10 on their website.

The intel driver is the latest driver from intel website 

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Just as a test, in PowerPoint where you were getting that error, see if you have a problem with the Intel iGPU enabled after you disable hardware acceleration in the PP options.

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15 minutes ago, PineyCreek said:

Just as a test, in PowerPoint where you were getting that error, see if you have a problem with the Intel iGPU enabled after you disable hardware acceleration in the PP options.

Disabling slide show hardware graphics acceleration makes the message go away but as for movie maker, it won’t start at all till I disable the igpu in device manager 

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3 hours ago, PineyCreek said:

Laptops are often built to use both.  I'm using both the integrated Intel and nVidia Quadro on a work laptop right now.  Their drivers are fine together. On the flipside, you'd likely have more of a problem if you tried pairing an AMD APU with a nVidia GPU in a laptop...I've never seen one.

 

I'd DDU the laptop myself, make it use the default display drivers...then, if you can, install the latest chipset drivers, then the latest Intel video drivers, then the latest nvidia drivers, rebooting after each install.  Your errors are specific to GPU hardware acceleration in the applications.

Can’t seem to find chipset driver on intel website, only intel hd graphics 

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7 minutes ago, Yongtjunkit said:

Can’t seem to find chipset driver on intel website, only intel hd graphics 

Depending on the model you may only be able to get the chipset drivers through the OEM for the laptop.  Could also try Intel's driver search/install utility.

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38 minutes ago, PineyCreek said:

Depending on the model you may only be able to get the chipset drivers through the OEM for the laptop.  Could also try Intel's driver search/install utility.

the latest driver is already installed for the chipset

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4 hours ago, PineyCreek said:

Laptops are often built to use both.  I'm using both the integrated Intel and nVidia Quadro on a work laptop right now.  Their drivers are fine together. On the flipside, you'd likely have more of a problem if you tried pairing an AMD APU with a nVidia GPU in a laptop...I've never seen one.

 

I'd DDU the laptop myself, make it use the default display drivers...then, if you can, install the latest chipset drivers, then the latest Intel video drivers, then the latest nvidia drivers, rebooting after each install.  Your errors are specific to GPU hardware acceleration in the applications.

can't install nvidia driver

 

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Update : was able to install the ASUS version of the driver 

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Just upgraded to windows 10(version 1803) - no error regarding about compatibility but after upgrading, it bsod till I enter safe mode and disable all gpu.

 

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in normal mode ive reinstalled the intel had graphics driver, windows update installed the Nvidia driver

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On 10/22/2018 at 3:35 PM, PineyCreek said:

Depending on the model you may only be able to get the chipset drivers through the OEM for the laptop.  Could also try Intel's driver search/install utility.

Before the install of windows 10 above, I’ve did a clean install of windows 8.1. Find it weird to have this issue now but not last time before I reformatted my pc(clean install) few days before windows 10 version 1809 comes out, 

 

update : the video driver got uninstalled during the upgrade 

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On 10/22/2018 at 3:35 PM, PineyCreek said:

Depending on the model you may only be able to get the chipset drivers through the OEM for the laptop.  Could also try Intel's driver search/install utility.

Would like to give an update, just did a full clean install of windows 8.1 , downloaded all drivers from Asus website and it seems like the error disappears. Now going to try windows 10 1709

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Windows movie maker still exists? The last OS I saw it on was windows 7. Where I had to manually download it.

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check your BIOS settings, and look for the setting on which GPU you'll be using. 

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19 minutes ago, tmph.Gammatron said:

check your BIOS settings, and look for the setting on which GPU you'll be using. 

What do you mean by this ? As far as I know my laptop have intel hd graphics 4000 and Nvidia gt 720m

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25 minutes ago, timl132 said:

Windows movie maker still exists? The last OS I saw it on was windows 7. Where I had to manually download it.

Not anymore, it still works though( old version from Microsoft) 

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5 hours ago, Yongtjunkit said:

What do you mean by this ? As far as I know my laptop have intel hd graphics 4000 and Nvidia gt 720m

In BIOS, there is a toggle switch on which GPU your laptop will use as primary GPU. As for your case, i think you laptop uses the intel GPU as primary. Not totally sure but you may check it as well.

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17 hours ago, tmph.Gammatron said:

In BIOS, there is a toggle switch on which GPU your laptop will use as primary GPU. As for your case, i think you laptop uses the intel GPU as primary. Not totally sure but you may check it as well.

The only option I see under graphics configurationimage.thumb.jpg.ff155b0d05dd768df7f4d2ed9abab046.jpg

 

by the way, I’ve just updated to windows 10 version 1803 and the video errors pop up again

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2 hours ago, Yongtjunkit said:

The only option I see under graphics configurationimage.thumb.jpg.ff155b0d05dd768df7f4d2ed9abab046.jpg

 

by the way, I’ve just updated to windows 10 version 1803 and the video errors pop up again

try to change that value (64m) to higher value. Is there any other menu on your BIOS? it might be hiding to another menu that you might not know.

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14 minutes ago, tmph.Gammatron said:

try to change that value (64m) to higher value. Is there any other menu on your BIOS? it might be hiding to another menu that you might not know.

Changing it to a higher value makes less ram available to me. Will check other options tomorrow 

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try to check this similar issue from toms hardware. this might help.

 

http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-1988136/laptop-dedicated-gpu.html

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