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Blue SCREEN OF DEATH

After updating my dedicated graphics card 's driver and updating windows 8 manually I was still able to reboot my laptop and play my games for several hours without issue and was able shut down properly. But several hours later I booted the laptop and was just about to show the menu screen but the screen went blank and flickered for seconds and first it said "Intel Graphics Accelerator stopped responding and has successfully recovered" and it was followed by the BSOD. After it automatically restarted it seems to be working normal. Any tips on what to do? I've already posted a longer version of this but no one seems to reply.
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    uninstall graphics driver and let windows pick it up by it self should fix it

    Use device manager to do this and uninstall then right click in device manager and scan for hardware changes windows will find the correct driver for you
  2. rainman34 said:
    uninstall graphics driver and let windows pick it up by it self should fix it

    Use device manager to do this and uninstall then right click in device manager and scan for hardware changes windows will find the correct driver for you


    Which one? The integrated or the Dedicated? I have Intel HD 4000 and a Gt 630m.
  3. ZoneoftheDamned said:
    rainman34 said:
    uninstall graphics driver and let windows pick it up by it self should fix it

    Use device manager to do this and uninstall then right click in device manager and scan for hardware changes windows will find the correct driver for you


    Which one? The integrated or the Dedicated? I have Intel HD 4000 and a Gt 630m.

    disable the Intel completely your getting a conflict . Which port have your got your moniter in?
  4. rainman34 said:
    ZoneoftheDamned said:
    rainman34 said:
    uninstall graphics driver and let windows pick it up by it self should fix it

    Use device manager to do this and uninstall then right click in device manager and scan for hardware changes windows will find the correct driver for you


    Which one? The integrated or the Dedicated? I have Intel HD 4000 and a Gt 630m.

    disable the Intel completely your getting a conflict . Which port have your got your moniter in?




    Sorry for being a noob, but how will I know which port my monitor's in? I'm using a laptop.
  5. ZoneoftheDamned said:
    rainman34 said:
    ZoneoftheDamned said:
    rainman34 said:
    uninstall graphics driver and let windows pick it up by it self should fix it

    Use device manager to do this and uninstall then right click in device manager and scan for hardware changes windows will find the correct driver for you


    Which one? The integrated or the Dedicated? I have Intel HD 4000 and a Gt 630m.

    disable the Intel completely your getting a conflict . Which port have your got your moniter in?




    Sorry for being a noob, but how will I know which port my monitor's in? I'm using a laptop.

    i half thought so disable the intel you don t need it the primary gpu should be the 630
  6. rainman34 said:
    ZoneoftheDamned said:
    rainman34 said:
    ZoneoftheDamned said:
    rainman34 said:
    uninstall graphics driver and let windows pick it up by it self should fix it

    Use device manager to do this and uninstall then right click in device manager and scan for hardware changes windows will find the correct driver for you


    Which one? The integrated or the Dedicated? I have Intel HD 4000 and a Gt 630m.

    disable the Intel completely your getting a conflict . Which port have your got your moniter in?




    Sorry for being a noob, but how will I know which port my monitor's in? I'm using a laptop.

    i half thought so disable the intel you don t need it the primary gpu should be the 630



    Ok. So the only question left is how can I disable it without my screen going blank? I've already tried diabling it last month before this incident happened because some of my stupid games keeps on using this weak integrated card.
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