[HELP] Misbehaving driver

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  1. Posts : 14,894
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    The IDUU didn't say specific Intel HD Graphics 4600 but I believe it has done its job proper :)

    Try to update the Intel audio drivers
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  2. Posts : 41
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    axe0 said:
    Try to update the Intel audio drivers
    By Intel audio driver, do you mean the Realtek HD audio driver?
    Last edited by amodi252; 02 Nov 2016 at 15:11.
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    Name    Intel(R) Display Audio
    Manufacturer    Intel(R) Corporation
    Status    OK
    PNP Device ID    HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2807&SUBSYS_80860101&REV_1000\4&1793E418&0&0001
    Driver    c:\windows\system32\drivers\intcdaud.sys (, 463.26 KB (474,376 bytes), 28/10/2015 15:42)
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  4. Posts : 41
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    OK, so not the realtek driver. A quick search on google (like I should've done before) directed me to this driverOpen websiteIt says it includes the Intel Display audio driver in the Contents of the Package section, but it also includes Intel® Iris™ and HD Graphics Driver, if I download that driver, would it downgrade the installed Intel HD graphics driver if it includes a lower version of the Intel graphics driver 4600?
    Last edited by amodi252; 02 Nov 2016 at 15:11.
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  5. Posts : 14,894
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    Possibly yes, but older versions do not per definition cause more problems.
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  6. Posts : 41
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    I tried to run the setup application, however it says My PC doesn't meet the minimum requirements. Attachment 58810Is this because my processor isn't a Braswell processor?If so where can I find a display audio driver compatible with Windows 10 and Intel i7?I am now pretty certain that intcdaud.sys is the faulty driver (or one of them at least) as I ran driver verifier on that single driver.
    Last edited by amodi252; 02 Nov 2016 at 15:12.
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  7. Posts : 41
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    Uh Oh! Received a BSOD while surfing Chrome . Error message was "kernel_data_inpage_error".
    DM Log Collector file is attached.

    -More Info-
    Happened after I opened Chrome when PC booted. Tried to open a website of which I think the servers are down (as I still can't open it), pressed back to return to google search and was about to click website link before the BSOD appeared.
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    The 0x7A might be what we wanted as it points to something else then only drivers, it is usually caused by failing hard drives but could also be caused by a few other things
    • memory problem,
    • malware infection,
    • page file corruption,
    • bad motherboard,
    • cabling,
    • improper seated components

    Diagnostics Test

     Malware scan

    Please run a threat scan with Malwarebytes*, a full scan with your AV, scan your system with Adwcleaner, Kaspersky TTDSKiller, ESET Online Scanner and SuperAntiSpyware
    Note   Note
    *(Uncheck trial version in the installation process)

    Diagnostic Test


    Run MemTest86+ to analyse your RAM. MemTest86+ - Test RAM - Windows 10 Forums

    Note   Note

    MemTest86+ needs to be run for at least 8 passes for conclusive results. Set it running before you go to bed and leave it overnight. We're looking for zero errors here. Even a single error will indicate RAM failure.
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  9. Posts : 41
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    Alright, another BSOD (DM Log Collector file is attached once again) with the error message "SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (fileinfo.sys).
    I have noticed that I got the last two errors when my PC booted up unusually quick (like 2-3 seconds, maybe a bit more)
    Could the issue be linked with this problem: Click here (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/977178) as my hard disk is also 1TB and I received a 0x7A message.
    I ran MemTest86 last week with both of the RAM sticks together and it passed with 0/40 errors.
    Should I do it again with each RAM sticks (effort) or should it be fine?

    I will run MalwareBytes and will reply if I find anything out of the norm.
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  10. Posts : 41
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    I ran MalwareBytes and it found no problems
    Attachment 58858
    I predict that your next response would be to run the Chkdsk however I already tried that last week and it did stuff without any messages (well it just shot from 11% to 100% after a long time and then restarted, as far as I can remember).

    What shall I do next?
    Waiting for your advice.

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