BSOD Video_TDR_Failure igdkmd64.sys while using bluestacks

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       #21

    axe0 said:
    Please check {windows partition}\windows\minidump and check if the dump files are saved.
    I managed to fix it by doing bootrec commands on startup repair now i can successfully boot into windows but the crash dumps of the BSOD on boot are not saved? Do you know any programs that identify drivers also 3rd party ones so I can analyse if there are 3rd party drivers causing this?
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       #22

    Windbg, a program to debug BSOD's
    It is a program that we use, but it isn't exactly easy to do.
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  3. Posts : 25
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       #23

    axe0 said:
    Windbg, a program to debug BSOD's
    It is a program that we use, but it isn't exactly easy to do.
    I ran SFC /SCANNOW everyting is ok

    Now I am running: dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth and: dism /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth

    Shall I use Windbg
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       #24

    How can you install it ? from Microsoft or TENFORUMS? Can you give link?
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       #25

    You want to learn debugging BSOD's?
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       #26

    axe0 said:
    You want to learn debugging BSOD's?
    Anything that can help remove BSOD'S occuring and Driver Crashes. If debugging helps why not.
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       #27

    I downloaded the lastest updates software chipsets etc.... from manufacturer website. Have to make a post in HP forum that Hp suport assistance not giving updates
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       #28

    I have said it, but I'll say it again.
    It is better to NOT use programs that notify you for driver updates.
    It is better to manually check for updates once in a while.
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  9. Posts : 25
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       #29

    axe0 said:
    I have said it, but I'll say it again.
    It is better to NOT use programs that notify you for driver updates.
    It is better to manually check for updates once in a while.
    HP support assistance is a program which came with the PC. It provides troubleshooting system info etc.... IT IS TRUSTED 100%
    Also the updates are not only for drivers but for softwares that came with the laptop. It does not cause any harm if you download driver updates or anything. Now about this forum ill make it solved since i have not had any BSOD'S OR DRIVER CRASHES YET But lets just see. The updates i got from HP somehow making my computer flawlessy... no issues yet. Once I do get problems (BSOD) i will mark as unsolve. THANKS FOR THE HELP AXE:) APPRECIATED IT MUCH!
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    Glad to hear that, I hope HP support assistance will keep your system stable :)

    You're welcome :)
    Glad I could be of assistance.
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