BSOD with External Display VGA

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  1. Posts : 25
    Windows 10 Enterprise
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       #11

    axe0 said:
    Yes, from Intel. I ask to install it from the manufacturer :)

    The last was a 0x124, a 0x124 means that the system has detected a hardware error. Hardware errors can be caused by the BIOS, drivers, hardware and software to be short.
    Naturally a 0x124 has minimum data to say anything about the cause. So far I saw this 0x124 has very minimum data, basically nothing more than the usual that we see with this kind.
    The 0x124 only shows why the CPU reported a hardware error, but that is unfortunately not enough to pinpoint a possible cause.
    Hello,
    I'll reinstall the iGPU from the disc soon and see how it goes. How do I uninstall the chipset drivers? I don't really remember the name of the chipset driver.
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #12

    It is best to just install the new drivers while the current is still present, uninstalling the chipset drivers is not recommended (if possible at all) as it could cause more problems.
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  3. Posts : 25
    Windows 10 Enterprise
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       #13

    axe0 said:
    It is best to just install the new drivers while the current is still present, uninstalling the chipset drivers is not recommended (if possible at all) as it could cause more problems.
    OK sure, I'll just run the installer later. Thanks for all your help in solving my annoying VGA problems
    I'll report back if there are any more problems.
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