Graphic card with yellow circle

  1. Posts : 61
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    Graphic card with yellow circle

    I change motherboard and graphics card (before Nvidia 1080 and now Nvidia RTX 2080), all ok but in system management i see that graphics card has yellow circle.
    The proprierties tell that the graphics card no work without problem , but in event i see some events...

    The migration of the PCI device VEN_10DE & DEV_1E82 & SUBSYS_37C11458 & REV_A1 4 & 1f822d9d & 0 & 0008 was not performed due to a partial or ambiguous match.ID ultima istanza dispositivo: PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6798&SUBSYS_0B001002&REV_00\4&80e7924&0&0008GUID classe: {4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}Percorso: PCIROOT(0)#PCI(0100)#PCI(0000)Classificazione migrazione: 0xF000FFFFFC000122Presente: falseStato: 0xC0000719


    Driver management: driver installation nv_dispi.inf_amd64_c5dc31c3a136544a for the PCI device instance ID VEN_10DE & DEV_1E82 & SUBSYS_37C11458 & REV_A1 4 & 1F822D9D & 0 & 0008 completed with status 0x0.

    Please some suggestions ?
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  2. paulpicks21's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro

    Hi. Did you do a clean window's install after fitting the new motherboard?
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  3. Posts : 61
    win 10
    Thread Starter

    paulpicks21 said:
    Hi. Did you do a clean window's install after fitting the new motherboard?
    No i change motherboard and win boot without problem

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  4. paulpicks21's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro

    Hi. I believe windows 10 is pretty good at working with major changes like motherboard but I would always recommend a clean install as there could be some driver errors. Did you uninstall the old NVIDIA drivers before you fitted the new gpu? Again that should always be done. It's good that it's working OK but I would expect these event errors are down to either not doing a clean install or not unistalling the old gpu drivers before fitting the new card.
    You can leave it alone if it's all working ok but personally I always like to do a clean install with a motherboard change assuming it's a different model than what you had before?
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  5. bobkn's Avatar
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    Win 10 X64 Pro 2004 19041.208

    I'm not clear on the order in which you performed the changes.

    I suggest uninstalling and re-installing the graphics drivers. That's trivial compared to a clean install of Windows.

    Other things that may be worth trying:

    Re-install the motherboard's chipset drivers.

    Do a repair install (also known as an upgrade-in-place) of Windows. That'll allow you to preserve your installed programs (mostly).

    Ultimately, a clean install of Windows may be needed.

    Good luck.
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  6. CountMike's Avatar
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    W10 Insider + Linux

    To avoid driver confusion use DDU Display Driver Uninstaller Download version to completely uninstall old drivers.
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