3rd screen non-working, green screen after update. Need help.


  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 7, Windows 10
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    3rd screen non-working, green screen after update. Need help.


    I didn't know exactly where to post this, but I chose it here. Sorry I'm a noob to this website. Anywho I've been apart of the windows insider program since Win 10 was in beta. I installed it last year once it was released and deat with so much sluggish performance, I stopped using it all together to give it time to improve. I decided now to get back into it. I also installed the creators update, and received a new build in the past few days. Anywho, I lost a hard drive due to Win 10 being heavy on hard drives. So, I went and bought a new ssd, and hard drive to go with it.

    Now after updating, I get a green screen. Every few restarts my computer wants to perform a check disk when I decide to switch to another hard drive that has win 7 in it. I have a gtx 1060 and for some reason, my 3rd monitor will not display a picture no matter what I do. In win 7 it works, in 10 it does not. Since giving this OS another chance, it has been a headache. I even had problems with my xbox wireless adaptor working. I cant connect the controller to it. This was going to be my main os for oculus since I wanted to have a smooth experience and play games that exclusive to win 10. But, all this is frustrating, what can I do to solve the green screen? and something is causing check disk to appear often which is annoying.
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  2. CountMike's Avatar
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    W10+Developer Insider + Linux
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    One word, DRIVERS, for some reason Nvidia drivers get updated with new builds and some are experiencing problems with them. I'd suggest you roll back to drivers that worked before and try it like that.
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