Windows 10: BSOD VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE atikmpag.sys // and // Horizontal lines
I have exactly the same problem. Been looking intermittently for months now; I've left following up on this issue as I had given up until now. I've read it a couple of times on WWW that this is a driver issue instead of a hardware fault.
What I've felt so far in my experience is one of memory banks (chip) of the GPU is corrupted (not user space memory but maybe GPU BIOS?) and is now not able to initialize itself properly (while windows is booting up..this doesn't makes snese as we still see something but as the memory requirements grows due to the fact that windows is trying to load required hardware drivers during bootup and results in a corruption) which eventually makes shop vendors recommend for a mobo replacement/charge more $.
If anyone has a solution or even a hint kindly post here; let's fix this sh!t up
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Everything went blue and it said your pc has just run in to trouble we are collecting the error files then you can restart. If you need help with this error search this Video_TDR_Failure igdkmd64.sys
as this is solved it is for information only, mainly aimed at those who also have this 'problem'
suddenly my 23" samsung 2333 display started to flicker and give a partial display of my win screen with a lot of horizontal lines.
I've been getting BSODs regularly while gaming since I upgraded to Windows 10. The error is VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE (igdkmd64.sys).
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