Windows 10: All of a sudden 2 new Driver Power State Failure BSOD have happened!!
Sometimes the laptop and desktop manufacturers are not updating the drivers for some hardware in the Support section.
There is an update from nVidia from March 8th:
364.51 - WHQL
You know that is not smart Boris... the drivers laptop manufacturers provide are usually modified.
I saw that update Boris and I read the pdf file and it doesn't list my nvidia 950m as a supported card, only 980m and 970m. I am afraid to use this.
So is Boris correct Axe0?
Also, that link you gave me to uninstall nvidia, where is the PhysX? Is it available to install on that DDU after I uninstall nvidia?
Table 3.2 Supported NVIDIA Notebook GPUsConsumer Products NotesGeForce GTX 980 for notebooksGeForce GTX 980MGeForce GTX 970MGeForce GTX 880MGeForce GTX 870MGeForce GTX 860MGeForce GTX 850MGeForce GTX 840MGeForce GTX 830MGeForce GTX 780MGeForce GTX 770MGeForce GTX 765MGeForce GTX 760M
From driver 364.51 additional notes. Again, 950m is not listed.
Well Mikey, I think you could try it considering how long it has taken to troubleshoot this issue. Of course you could also contact Toshiba support and asked them what would be the safest approach to your problem!
Also noticed this if you scroll down on the driver download page:
I wouldn't install any driver that is not from Toshiba.
DDU removes everything at once, it is the installation that shows it (again not sure with laptops)
Yeah I saw that, but when I click on the 47 page pdf for that driver it didn't list the 950m as a supported card(pasted that for you in an above post) so it is confusing.
So should I still do it since you thought originally I had a desktop??
Also Boris Toshiba support is horrible. It is an outsourced call center overseas and the people that answer just want to upsell you to buy a higher level of support. It is a joke because back in December I tried calling. Plus most of the initial people are clueless and are not helpful. It's a shame but that's how Toshiba is.
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