So I have been running driver verifyer all day today and it hasnt crashed so far which is confusing. i so far have had about 10 tabs of pages open in chrome (my ususal browser) and have played around in steam and origin and have played around with alot of random crap in windows with no crashes.
Its not a bluescreen caused by driver verifier.
Cause is AMD driver.
Well Fu** Should I try the beta AMD drivers
Wait some time until there is another crash.
Remember, driver verifier should be performed for max 48 hours
OK I had it going fine for about 3 days straight with no bsod's and today I attempted to watch a DVD... I installed VLC (my preferred DVD player app) and popped in the dvd and after about 10 minutes it BSOD'd and a few minutes ago I was making a quote for a customer of mine and POOF another BSOD. so heres the output of the utility
EDIT: also let me try some older drivers
Please check AMD site for driver updates.
Code:0: kd> lmvm atikmdagstart end module name fffff801`40c10000 fffff801`4211a000 atikmdag T (no symbols) Loaded symbol image file: atikmdag.sys Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\atikmdag.sys Image name: atikmdag.sys Timestamp: Tue Aug 04 05:28:52 2015 (55C03174) CheckSum: 014ADEC6 ImageSize: 0150A000 Translations: 0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4
Sorry I Haven't Posted in such a long time... I have been busy with other projects I had lying around . but I am looking at simply popping in an Nvidia Card and switching off the GPU portion of the APU.... essentially bypassing the amd video drivers and using Nvidia drivers. would this fix the BSOD issue? if not please explain why.
If you want to use Nvidia drivers for AMD products, you can't do that.
2 simple reasons for this
- You cannot use Nvidia drivers for AMD products as Nvidia drivers are ONLY for Nvidia Products and otherwise.
- Most likely the drivers won't install.