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  1.    22 Aug 2016 #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobkn View Post
    The device that you list (post #6) is an Intel device.

    I don't know. Update the chipset, Intel management engine, and RST drivers?

    A clean install of Windows 10 may be the surest way to fix the problem, but it could be a major headache, depending on how complex (lots of programs, etc.) your installation is.
    Where did you get the info it's an intel thing? Every single google points to a nvidia driver issue dating from back to 2002 to today, am I wrong? Even the logs are talking about displaydrivers. Also, my Windows install is literally 2 weeks old.

    My chipsets and all the other Intel things are up to date (downloaded 5 days ago, and just now again (system restore)).

    I restored my Windows to a point where I did not have the issue, but instead I am now getting blue screens (or I assume, it's just rebooting) instead of this crash. I am in the process of opening the dump (didn't have anything installed to read it), I can post back with it.
    Edit: It did not generate a dump, this is an old dump file. I have no log entry, no dump file. PC just rebooted itself.
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  2.    22 Aug 2016 #12
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    Windows 10 Home, Version 1607 (Build 10.0.14393)

    The device VEN_8086&DEV_2F03 is the Intel(R) Xeon E7 v3/Xeon E5 v3/Core i7 PCI Express Root Port 1 - 2F03 and supported in the Intel Chipset driver v10.1.2.74.
    This is a driver package for servers from Intel, no support in the Intel Chipset driver 10.1.1.33

    Cheers
    Tom
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  3.    22 Aug 2016 #13
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    thanks, i'm just gonna do a system restore again and not install any of the drivers I did and see if that resolves the issue.

    After installing the chipset drivers and the other intel things, my pc has never been working better for the past 5 days however. The reason I have been tinkering with it is the incessant freezes I was getting. For those past 5 days my pc has been so perfect, and I don't understand what changed. I Installed Open Broadcast Software and used it for half an hour - that is the only thing I did that was different from the other days. I did a system restore to before having installed OBS so whatever shit it may have caused on my pc should be gone, but clearly either it was not the culprit or... I dont know. I guess another fresh reinstall of Windows could be my last saving grace.
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  4.    22 Aug 2016 #14
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    nvlddmkm.sys is definitely the Video driver from NVDIA. How did you re-install it ? Try to re-install the driver download directly from: Drivers | GeForce
    Select custon install, put a check mark on "Complete re-install".

    Your MB also have a dual BIOS switch (A and B) on the bottom right. You can use the old BIOS version by putting the switch to the other position.
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  5.    23 Aug 2016 #15
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    Thank you for your reply. I reinstalled the nvidia driver by using the method you described. I did a clean reinstall as indicated in your post.

    While I agree with you that the nvlddmkm.sys is a nvidia thing, Tom886 must be on to something as all problems are resolved when I go to a point prior to installing the chipset drivers. The moment I install them, the problem occurs again. I am now using my pc without any chipset drivers or drivers from the MSI site and it's never been more stable. unfortunately, that also means I cannot play Overwatch (giving me a GPU error, all other games are fine), so something has to change.

    With this information, what do you suggest we do?

    As a summary:

    - I have flashed my BIOS in an attempt to fix incessant freezing of my GPU and error reports in my logs regarding the PCI slot. These problems are now actually, for the first time ever, resolved. I'm very happy about this. My motherboard is MSI x99s SLI Plus.
    - However, my pc is now crashing the moment I install chipset drivers and the other intel drivers from the MSI site. I cannot verify if the crashes occurred prior to the "biosflash. The logs read its a nvlddmkm.sys problem, but Tom886 suggested it may be a Intel chipset issue. The crashes are different: screen can turn itself down, Windows log entry will read GPUdriver failure and sometimes the pc will boot with windows drivers instead. The newest problem occurred when the pc rebooted itself, without generating a log entry or a dmp file.
    - Without Intel drivers, my pc is actually working and stable, except:
    - The game Overwatch refuses to boot claiming it could not find a supported GPU. All other games I tried work (No Man Sky, Dark Souls 3, WoW). I purposefully did not update the drivers to the newest one as to avoid problems for now (I need my pc in working order at least this week to wrap up some work). The drivers are really not that old, it's the driver that was most recent before Win10 Anniversary Update nvidia driver. Having fully updated drivers did not resolve the issue before either anyway. The game ran before on the same version of this driver.

    What is the next step? I would like this: - All drivers installed and up to date; No crashing; Games actually booting, in that order of importance.
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  6.    23 Aug 2016 #16
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    Hmm, try do jump ur CMOS see whether it helps?
    As for reinstall GPU driver, did you use DDU?
    and I not sure whether latest driver had issue, you can always go ge.force forum to check which driver version is more stable.
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  7.    23 Aug 2016 #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luulune View Post
    Thank you for your reply. I reinstalled the nvidia driver by using the method you described. I did a clean reinstall as indicated in your post.

    While I agree with you that the nvlddmkm.sys is a nvidia thing, Tom886 must be on to something as all problems are resolved when I go to a point prior to installing the chipset drivers. The moment I install them, the problem occurs again. I am now using my pc without any chipset drivers or drivers from the MSI site and it's never been more stable. unfortunately, that also means I cannot play Overwatch (giving me a GPU error, all other games are fine), so something has to change.

    With this information, what do you suggest we do?

    As a summary:

    - I have flashed my BIOS in an attempt to fix incessant freezing of my GPU and error reports in my logs regarding the PCI slot. These problems are now actually, for the first time ever, resolved. I'm very happy about this. My motherboard is MSI x99s SLI Plus.
    - However, my pc is now crashing the moment I install chipset drivers and the other intel drivers from the MSI site. I cannot verify if the crashes occurred prior to the "biosflash. The logs read its a nvlddmkm.sys problem, but Tom886 suggested it may be a Intel chipset issue. The crashes are different: screen can turn itself down, Windows log entry will read GPUdriver failure and sometimes the pc will boot with windows drivers instead. The newest problem occurred when the pc rebooted itself, without generating a log entry or a dmp file.
    - Without Intel drivers, my pc is actually working and stable, except:
    - The game Overwatch refuses to boot claiming it could not find a supported GPU. All other games I tried work (No Man Sky, Dark Souls 3, WoW). I purposefully did not update the drivers to the newest one as to avoid problems for now (I need my pc in working order at least this week to wrap up some work). The drivers are really not that old, it's the driver that was most recent before Win10 Anniversary Update nvidia driver. Having fully updated drivers did not resolve the issue before either anyway. The game ran before on the same version of this driver.

    What is the next step? I would like this: - All drivers installed and up to date; No crashing; Games actually booting, in that order of importance.
    Tom was pointing out your 1st error issue , in the 6th post , which points to a Chipset issue as it is an intel device (8086) , your secondary posts also mentioned the Nvidia Driver failing ,which is likely a driver issue too but my 970 is on the latest 374.52 ? version and seems fine right now..

    looks like you are have a nightmare on X99 like me ...... don't know about MSI but Asus released new Chipset and ME drivers for the Annivesary Update, 1607 stopped the IMC error I was get in the Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool too.

    KB

    edit ...had a quick look MSI Chipset no# is the same as Asus but the ME Driver is newer at MEI: V11.0.5.1189

    latest chipset at WinRaid Forums
    http://www.win-raid.com/t895f42-Inte...INF-files.html

    2nd edit my system was updated this morning by M$ to the latest Build .82 and I now seem to have version 10.1.2.10 of the Chipset Drivers. from MS not Intel and the 2FC0 item is recognized as an Intel Power Control Unit Device now. 2F9C is also recognised.
    Last edited by Kbird; 23 Aug 2016 at 18:30.
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  8.    23 Aug 2016 #18
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    Actually the Chipset driver is not a "real" driver or as Intel states:
    Assigns the null driver to devices for yellow-bang removal and brands Intel(R) devices
    . There are no drivers from Intel installed.
    Reading the lines from the Installation file, it also refers that the Device ID needs the information from the "machine.inf"
    [INTEL.NTamd64]
    %PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2F03Desc%=Needs_PCI_DRV,PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2F03
    and
    [Needs_PCI_DRV]
    Include=machine.inf
    Needs=PCI_DRV
    I believe there is an incompatibility between the Nvidia graphic card driver and the Intel Chipset "Driver".
    Do you think it's possible to post all your DeviceID's?

    Cheers
    Tom
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