I have solved my problem...
I have installed previous driver for my graphic (amd crimson 16.7.2) but in settings it is 16.7.3- i dont care but at least it works now for me.
So if anyone has the same problem, try with amd radeon crimson 16.7.2 and it should work fine
Till next time !
does your frame target control work?
no it doesnt work
but i am thankfull that amd crimson 16.7.2 works for me i dont care for other options...
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have u Disable Signed Drivers (not in cmd) in Safe Mode? have a look to Disable Windwos automatic downlaod and installing Drivers by Windows Update?
I have make a Systemrestore, and become unstable System with Hang on by installing 16.7.3
After uninstalling in Safe mode, i try to disable Signed Driver, in cmd it dont work with new System w10(Premissions)
i disabled service and have a look on gpedit.msc ...try to disable that WIndwos Update installing self Driver Updates for Devices (u must know what u have to install...)
Disable in Hardware Options the "Validiate" and u can choose the driver self and than installing the Software (this must i do for new intel mGpu drivers)
THis helped me after System Restore W10 14939_10
But i must go about 22.214.171.124 non WHQL (not install First the WHQL 126.96.36.199 this give me Error and problemms with Microsoft Signed Drivers...) and over it i Upgrade to 188.8.131.52 and Uncheck Automatic Installed drivers.
Allo all! It would seem that we're not a minority after all, a lot of people I know are having the same issues as we are!? They all basically go " Since I upgraded to Windows 10 Anniversary, my system has crashed. When I recovered it, I found the problem : my Graphics Card Driver reports:
'Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)'
This is also the the problem I myself have been experiencing since the upgrade, which happened 10 days ago.
Everything was running perfectly and error free on version 1507 build 10.0.10586!!!!! :-/
I've been pulling my hair out trying to nail the problem, that being said, I've been a 'system tech' since the days of MS-DOS 3, so I know what I'm doing! (I hope :P)
So I ran 'Verifier' and it reported that the following drivers were in fact crashing
during boot: dxgkrnl.sys - hal.dll - ntoskrnl.sys!!!
I wonder if DirectX has been changed to only use DX11 and later? HD 3000-5000 series
are only DX10 Cards are they not?
I hope this helps to find a solution as I've tried everything you guys have including a full 'in-place upgrade'.
I own a 'few' systems. The PC I've been having trouble with is my 'work/game-station'.
Spec is as follows:
OS: Windows 10 Ver 1607-Build 14393.105
PSU: Corsair CX500 80plus Cert ATX-PSU
Mainboard: ASRock Conroe 865PE
CPU: Intel Core2Quad Extreme (Black) Edition QX6800 (ES)
RAM: OCZ Platinum XTC DDR PC3200 Dual Channel Kit (2-2-2-5) 4x1Gb
Graphics: Sapphire ATI Radeon HD3850 AGP 512Mb
Audio: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Fatal1ty Edition PCI
HDD: IBM/HGST Deskstar 400Gb SATA2 HDD
Optical DD: Pioneer DVR-118 SATA DVD-RW
Network: Realtek RTL8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC 10/100
Peripherals: PS/2 Standard 106 Key KB / LogiTech G5 PS/2 Mouse.
Your computer graphics does not meet the minimum requirements for Win10. AMD has no compatible drivers. You must use the 'basic' driver Microsoft supplies. They will allow you to surf the web.
The following Discrete AMD Radeon™ Graphics products support up to WDDM 1.1 and DirectX® 10.1:
- ATI Radeon™ HD 4000 Series /ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 4000 Series Graphics
- ATI Radeon™ HD 3000 Series /ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 3000 Series Graphics
- ATI Radeon™ HD 2000 Series /ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 2000 Series Graphics
These graphics products must be installed using display driver version: 8.970.100.9001. This driver is provided as a courtesy and only available via Windows Update. Please enable Windows Update and allow it to detect and install the appropriate driver.
NOTE: ATI Radeon™ HD 4000
/ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 4000, ATI Radeon™ HD 3000
/ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 3000, and ATI Radeon™ HD 2000
/ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 2000 Series Graphics reached peak performance optimization on October, 2013. No additional driver releases are planned for these products.
OK, I don't think you've clicked - I didn't at first to be fair -
Everything was running perfectly and error free on Windows 10 version 1507 build 10.0.10586!!!!!
I was playing GTA4 in 1080p on the system 2 weeks ago and it ran smooth as glass!!! I think this is a Windows 10 problem not an AMD one!!!
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What is your question then? Your post has nothing to do with the OP's issue. He has supported graphics on a laptop computer.
Let Windows Update install the driver. You will never have full functionality until you update from a APG to a modern graphics solution.
Here's just one area that AU changed (remember your card only supports WDDM 1)
Windows 10 includes WDDM 2.0, which is designed to dramatically reduce workload on the kernel-mode driver for GPUs that support virtual memory addressing, to allow multithreading parallelism in the user-mode driver and result in lower CPU utilization. Windows 10 also includes DXGI 1.4.
Direct3D 12 API, announced at Build 2014, requires WDDM 2.0. The new API will do away with automatic resource-management and pipeline-management tasks and allow developers to take full low-level control of adapter memory and rendering states.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607) includes WDDM 2.1, which supports Shader Model 6.0 (mandatory for feature levels 12_0 and 12_1), and DXGI 1.5 which supports HDR10 - a 10-bit high dynamic range, wide gamut format defined by ITU-T Rec. 2100/Rec.2020 - and variable refresh rates.
Yes this adds evidence to DXGKRNL.SYS crashing a boot. It looks like MS have dropped the "AGP to CPU Bridge" driver from this current build of Windows 10 which is what is causing all the problems, the thing is though, they've dropped a big one there as there is loads of users complaining about the same thing I am!!! That being said, I'm hoping someone will find or create a workaround or patch for the problem. Is there a way to change WDDM 2.1 back to WDDM 2.0? Is this possible?
You would think it would be backward compatible....but maybe not. That is not the only suspect, though. It's just an example...that I could understand Have you reported this to Microsoft? That's where I would start.
I have indeed reported to MS, I posted on there Community website and I'm awaiting a reply. Still, I'm going to go back to using Win10 Version 1511,
as it's stable and runs fine, everything works etc. ;-)
Please keep us informed ?
Will Do!Man Alive! Just when yer think it's safe to go an brew up! (or in my case, get back home after bein away, unpack, brew up, etc) I discover a problem!
Allo all, sorry for the late reply. I've been real busy - I'm NHS staff y'see so with all the weather driving people balmy... well you can imagine!
So anyway, I decided that I'm not giving up without a fight! This damn thing is not gonna beat me!!! Occam's razor kicked in!!!
Which basically says "All things being equal - the most easiest and likeliest explanation is the right one!" The AGP TO PCI BRIDGE is out, so put it back in!
I downloaded Intel's Driver Pack for all S775 Agp Boards (mine is a ASRock 865pe) https://downloadcenter.intel.com/do...10-915-925-Chipset-Based-Intel-Desktop-Boards, installed on the offending system without a hickup. Then tried to install the drivers for my HD3850 again... still nowhere but I ain't done yet! How is this warping? I've put back in the AGP-PCI BRIDGE driver yet still the same problem... I'm missing something...
Warping - An old tech term for 40+ yr old techs that refuse to use every vulgar word known to humankind to describe a problem that winds them up!
There's got to be a way of getting these drivers to talk to each other surely? I mean I've successfully reinstalled the AGP drivers,
checkout the screen shot!
Well things are looking grim for Win10 on that laptop. I'm sure you have a reason other than just wanting the newest OS, but with the way Microsoft is evolving Win10 marginal computers can't keep up. If this were my computer, I would cough up $25 and buy a modern card > XFX Radeon R5 220 Core Edition 1GB DDR3 PCI Express Graphics Card Black R5-220A-ZQHR - Best Buy
Exact same problema D': as b1gt1m
Damn, I also got to install the chipset drivers that include AGP but keep getting the code 43 error. You decided to get a new motherboard, I to go back to Windows 7
Keep trying-to-figure-this-out going lol
Sod it! I give up, I've ordered a new motherboard... already got a R9 290X for it!
Thank you and goodnight!
For all of you who try to to get an old AGP card to work in Windows 10, have a look at Error "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)" for "ATI Radeon HD 3850 AGP" in Device Manager, the solution there worked for me!