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H67 Integrated video driver causing reboot loop

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January 13, 2011 8:22:57 PM

Anyone else having any problems with the intel integrated video drivers and their h67 board?

Specs:
Gigabyte H67A-UD3H
i7 2600k
GSkill 4x4GB 10666CL9D
Corsair SSD


I have isolated the issue to a problem that only occur when the Intel HD graphics drivers are installed. No problems with the windows default VGA drivers but the intel drivers cause a reboot with no warning of BSOD. The reboot usually occurs at teh log in screen, but on a few occasions I have been able to log in only to be rebooted in under 2 minutes.

Any thoughts?

Have tried about 3 different versions of the driver and the same thing happens with all 3.
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January 13, 2011 8:35:38 PM

Maybe a faulty CPU or board!
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January 23, 2011 2:32:34 PM

I'm having the same problem except my system freezes on the intro page.

Specs:
Windows 7 32 bit
Gigabyte H67A-UD3H
i7 2600k
OCZ 1600 CL8
Crucial 300 SSD
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January 24, 2011 12:09:18 AM

I've read here in the forums that Gigabyte has acknowledged having problems with that particular board. Contact them.
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January 27, 2011 9:24:50 AM

Not just on Gigabyte boards. I'm a system builder and I'm having the same issue one 3 different H67 motherboards with i5-2500 CPU's. I figured hardware issue on the first build, so swapped every part. Now I've been through 3 MB's, 2 CPU's, 5 sets of DDR3 RAM, 3 SSD drives.

Same exact symptoms as described above. Any Win7 gets to the first reboot of 'completing installation' and then goes into BSOD reboot cycle.

- Nothing connected but KB/mouse/monitor
- No overclocking
- Not a driver issue; never gets that far
- latest BIOS on each MB

Interesting bit, UNDERCLOCKING to 3GHz and it will complete the install. Set BIOS back to auto (non overclocked) and it reboots. This seems to be a legitimate issue with Win7 x64 OS on the Intel H67 platform. After figuring it was video related, I installed external PCIe graphics and everything worked perfectly.

This seems like something Intel and MS need to come up with a solution for. The 3 motherboards I've used are Asus, ASRock, & Intel. Same exact thing on each one.
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March 24, 2011 2:15:41 PM

Same issue here.

MB intel+i5 2500.
RAID 0
2x2gb kingston

Any news on this matter??
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April 8, 2011 7:15:44 PM

anastasis said:
Anyone else having any problems with the intel integrated video drivers and their h67 board?

Specs:
Gigabyte H67A-UD3H
i7 2600k
GSkill 4x4GB 10666CL9D
Corsair SSD


I have isolated the issue to a problem that only occur when the Intel HD graphics drivers are installed. No problems with the windows default VGA drivers but the intel drivers cause a reboot with no warning of BSOD. The reboot usually occurs at teh log in screen, but on a few occasions I have been able to log in only to be rebooted in under 2 minutes.

Any thoughts?

Have tried about 3 different versions of the driver and the same thing happens with all 3.



Good to know this Motherboard has the same issues as the Intel H67BL. (It must indeed be like Goda said, Win 7x64 - i5-2500 compatibility issue) I got this MB as an "upgrade" instead of the GA P67-UD3 I requested. Anyone know if it's worth me replacing it, again?
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April 9, 2011 1:04:32 PM

Solved my issue by downgrading the video driver. Just installed an older version and everything worked fine!
Give it a try....
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June 27, 2011 8:07:34 PM

I have kind of the same problem - after installing the Intel graphics driver, Windows won't boot anymore.
I have an Intel board with H67 and a i3-2100T CPU. Has anyone solved this issue?
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July 12, 2011 8:57:41 PM

evilinheaven said:
Solved my issue by downgrading the video driver. Just installed an older version and everything worked fine!
Give it a try....



hey there bro , which version we're you running and what version to revert to? could you pass on a link for the display/audio driver?
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July 22, 2011 9:55:14 PM

I have the same problem:
MB: Asus P8H67-V
CPU: Core i5 2400
Mem: 2 x 4GB DDR3 1333

Problem shows on WIn-XP (SP2 and SP3) and WIN7
Used drivers ver 6.14.10.5328 and ...5337
Sometimes I get reboot loop.
Somteimes the display freezes, and than drops down to a very low rez,
with a message "igxprd32.dll has stopped working normaly"

ASUS BIOS upgrade made it even worse (Orig. MB bios ver 707, new BIOS ver 714)

Anyon can tell which version of the drivers worked?
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