1.    29 Oct 2015 #1
    Join Date : Apr 2014
    Lahore,PK
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    Windows 10 Pro x64

    3 Things I learned from Windows 10


    1. Once you're out of a game every 3rd or 4th time my LED shows no signal and I have to restart PC to get back the display.

    2. Every 4th or 5th time I boot into black screen instead of login screen.

    3. When I click on volume control icon on taskbar and change volume the panel just wont go away till I click again anywhere on taskbar.

    Anyone can confirm? BTW I'm on builtin Intel HD4500 graphic for now, I had a dedicated graphic card and windows 8.1 before and everything was working fine.
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  2.    29 Oct 2015 #2
    Join Date : Apr 2014
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    W10 Pro x64/W7 Ultimate x64 dual boot main - W10 Pro Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64 - remote pc

    And I trust you are still running the upgrade install of 10 and didn't see a clean install afterwards? If you are running with an upgrade install it is likely "BUGGY" by the description you provide there! Here I have actually crash games Steam titles and older stand alone installs as well as watched them lock up solid but never have run into any of those issues!

    Another factor of course which can effect gaming as well as display issues would be the onboard graphics chip not quite having the right driver installed? Sometimes display issues will cause things to freeze in place where you are then forced to hard boot or log off a Windows session.
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  3.    29 Oct 2015 #3
    Join Date : Oct 2014
    Czech Republic
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    Windows 10 TP x64

    +1 to 2. But for me, it was everytime I have booted... and two days after reporting it in Feedback app, Windows started to boot OK again. So who knows what was the issue...but I take it as a price of being an Insider.
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  4.    29 Oct 2015 #4
    Join Date : Apr 2014
    Lahore,PK
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    I'm planning to buy an external gfx card so I think both the display problems might go away. I don't think it's an upgrade issue but who knows. @Olivir2014 are you on latest update ? like as of today or lats week?
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  5.    29 Oct 2015 #5
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    Presently I have the 10565 on a VM which automatically rules out most types of gaming except for the ones that come in Windows or are freebies you install after from the MS online store. If you are trying to run any games that demand graphics at all you know that would flop only seeing onboard while a mismatch of the driver would be more suspect for the usual tasks running into problems.

    One thing you can check on would be seeing just what updates are available at the manufacturer's(Asus) support site. If you don't any for 10 and not even for 8.1 you have a problem for sure! The 64bit 8.1 drivers for most things seem to work on 10 as were the Vista drivers found to work on 7 and some 7 on 8 being the immediate previous version in each case.

    Likewise you would try the 8.1 update to see if the fresh install will help clear this up. A run of the System File Checker and even schedule the DiskCheck tool for sure to clean up any disk errors are other options available. The upgrade to better graphics of course will always be a plus factor in that area.
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  6.    29 Oct 2015 #6
    Join Date : Oct 2014
    Czech Republic
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    Windows 10 TP x64

    Unless there was some update within last two days, then I am pretty sure nothing in the systém has actually changed. Yes, I have been playing with Stardock's software for a while - but the login issue just stopped before I unistalled it. Otherwise I am on Nvidia GTX 760 2 GB from MSI. Also, it was just on the login screen, not anytime later (including games). And as I am using the PIN option, it was quite painless to type it by memory. Still, I don't know what happened. Maybe because I am on several upgrades from the RTM and not on a clean install, who knows.

    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Nemesis View Post
    I'm planning to buy an external gfx card so I think both the display problems might go away. I don't think it's an upgrade issue but who knows. @Olivir2014 are you on latest update ? like as of today or lats week?
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  7.    29 Oct 2015 #7
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    What likely happened after a few days time is the upgrade finally updated itself with each new update and from there started running normally. That works in your favor however.

    Generally speaking a 10 upgrade over a 10 install will generally go much better then the upgrade from a previous version even when the previous just saw a clean install. But the one thing often forgotten about is that regardless of which build or version you are working with it's still "Software" and software installs of any type can come out buggy at times. You had a minor glitch there.
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