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  1. axe0's Avatar
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       05 Aug 2016 #91

    You need a very old GPU if you want one that is not sufficient for Windows 10, if there are problems with the GPU we would be talking about a faulty one, not one that is insufficient.

    The best way is another board, memory and graphic card ?
    If it is the best way I do not know, at least your board need replacement as the BIOS is way too old + there is no Windows 10 support, or you need to revert back to an older OS (which is your choice).
    Your GPU I don't know the situation of, that's what we're finding out after you replace it or use it in another system.
    The memory test indicates it is fine what is pretty reliable.
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  2. Posts : 52
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
    Thread Starter
       08 Aug 2016 #92

    Ok, thank you axe0 i think this tread are in the end, with no good solution.
    But there is one thing that i don't understand .

    I have Win10 installed a long time, since it goes out.
    If the bios, or board, or GPU ate not "compatible" with Win10, i don't understand why i have no BSOD in the first months.
    Why it's getting worst.
    Like you see the last day's i have 1 or 2 bsod for day.
    most of them in start up pc, before reach windows desktop.
    I don't understand why.

    I have older pc's, with windows 10 with no problems , and like you said "you need a very old GPU if you want one that is not sufficient for Windows 10"
    It's my Best and fast pc, with more attributes, and it's the one that give problems with Win10.

    I'm not disagreeing with you, no way i do that , I'm just trying to understand what is happening

    thank you axe0
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  3. axe0's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       08 Aug 2016 #93

    Incompatibility is not something that could be there from the first moment.

    You say you've had your system running for months, in those months various of changes have occured.
    • Windows updating with the monthly patches, sometimes earlier due to a critical problem,
    • Programs updating,
    • Settings changing,
    • New programs installing, new drivers present on the system,
    • New devices, new drivers,
    • etc.

    This is a small list of examples for changes that could be there for someone in months.
    Each change makes a system run differently because different code needs to be executed when a change is being made.
    It is just a matter of time before enough changes are made to have an unstable system.

    Besides, Windows 8, 8.1 & 10 are Operating Systems that use the BIOS more than the previous ones. Because your motherboard drivers & BIOS aren't updated anymore for newer OS, it takes a single change to get the system unstable. We are a few months further since the thread was created, many changes have been applied. Some may or may not have made things worse.

    You could try to update to Windows 1607, the newest version of Windows 10 that has been released 6 days ago, to see if stability gets improved. Though I would recommend to replace some hardware, upgrade your motherboard at least where you possibly also need a new CPU due to compatibility.

    You could also try to install Windows 7 or 8.1 on your system, a trial, and see if any problem occurs in there (best is on a Windows without any 3rd party software installed). Simply create a new partition from the free space of either of your partitions, temporary remove the other drives, install Windows on this partition and see how it goes.
    warning   Warning
    This may not be without any risk, recommendation to backup important data to an external drive before doing this. It sometimes causes problems
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  4. Posts : 52
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
    Thread Starter
       08 Aug 2016 #94

    Ok i will update and see.

    I've thought in change the board a long time, but is like you said, i have to change the CPU, and maybe ram too. it's all 775 chipset, very old.

    Well in last i will do what you say, and change to windows 7, with sadness.
    Thank you
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