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  1. Posts : 88
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       #101

    zbook said:
    For WDV.
    Run it before connecting to the internet.
    Pick any non-Microsoft driver.
    Run the three customized tests.

    If there is no immediate BSOD then post a share link displaying verifier /querysettings results
    If there is BSOD then post a new V2 share link into the newest post.
    Done.
    No crash after restart: querysettings results: settings.txt - Google Drive
    I then disabled the verifier. I forgot to keep it running 24 hours, so does it make the results useless?
    (I would just be turning the laptop off anyways as I don't have anything to do on it right now)

    Heres the drivers i tested:

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       #102

    The Intel GPU driver was not yet installed.

    Please install the IGFX or Igdkmd64.sys driver > restart WDV > post a new share link (either querysettings or V2)

    If there is no BSOD continue installing more of the drivers displayed on the Lenovo website.
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       #103

    zbook said:
    The Intel GPU driver was not yet installed.

    Please install the IGFX or Igdkmd64.sys driver > restart WDV > post a new share link (either querysettings or V2)

    If there is no BSOD continue installing more of the drivers displayed on the Lenovo website.
    Yes that was intentional because last time I installed it, it caused the screen to go black as it was installing and I could not even get back into Windows to run the V2. I thought you wanted me to test everything except the graphics driver. So Ill install that and re-try.

    Before I do, do you have any suggestions on the best way to do it? Should I install the int display driver in safemode?
    Or I was thinking of trying this tutorial linked below for removing the existing display driver and then manually installing the intel one? I don't quite understand what it's doing (those registry values do not exist on Home edition) But this is specifically for my laptop model on Windows 10:
    English Community-Lenovo Community

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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #104

    Please install drivers that were known to be problem free then turn on WDV with the three customized tests.
    Then run all customized tests except [ ] 0x00000004 Randomized low resources simulation
    Post a share link for either querysettings or V2.

    If all drivers pass WDV testing then consider making a backup image.
    Alternatively the drivers can be exported to make the reinstallation quicker.


    Backup and Restore Device Drivers in Windows 10
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  5. Posts : 88
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       #105

    zbook said:
    Please install drivers that were known to be problem free then turn on WDV with the three customized tests.
    Then run all customized tests except [ ] 0x00000004 Randomized low resources simulation
    Post a share link for either querysettings or V2.

    If all drivers pass WDV testing then consider making a backup image.
    Alternatively the drivers can be exported to make the reinstallation quicker.


    Backup and Restore Device Drivers in Windows 10
    Well as far as the display driver it was the driver that was supposed to be Problem free and that I had before. I don't really know what's Problem free at this point.
    it's straight from the Lenovo website and it's what Windows update had forced prior. But it seem to be causing the black screen crashes too. What's interesting is Lenovo lists it as "optional"

    laptops and netbooks :: yoga series :: yoga 2 pro lenovo - Lenovo Support US
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #106

    Install all available drivers (to reduce the unknown devices or yellow triangles with black exclamation marks in device manager) except the Intel GPU > test WDV > post a share link displaying querysettings or V2
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #107

    I'm heading to bed soon (2:30 am).
    Let's get one run of WDV.
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  8. Posts : 88
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       #108

    zbook said:
    I'm heading to bed soon (2:30 am).
    Let's get one run of WDV.
    Oh sorry I wont be able to get to it tonight, I was gonna work on it in the morning. Im in bed typing from my phone, im in east coast.
    I also have several other non display drivers to add before running it.
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  9. Posts : 41,633
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       #109

    Ok.
    Goodnight.
    Sometime tomorrow run WDV with 3 customized tests on the non-Microsoft drivers.
    If there is no BSOD then post querysettings link.
    Then retest using all customized tests except randomized.

    If there are no BSOD or major performance problems including very slow boot then plan to test the Intel GPU with just one of the three customized tests. Then test the second followed by the third.
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  10. Posts : 88
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       #110

    zbook said:
    Ok.
    Goodnight.
    Sometime tomorrow run WDV with 3 customized tests on the non-Microsoft drivers.
    If there is no BSOD then post querysettings link.
    Then retest using all customized tests except randomized.

    If there are no BSOD or major performance problems including very slow boot then plan to test the Intel GPU with just one of the three customized tests. Then test the second followed by the third.
    Downloaded all the drivers from Lenovo except graphics. Did the WDV 3 tests, it restarted fine and I think I got the same results as above but here's the output: quer results of just 3 test.txt - Google Drive


    So I then proceeded to select all of the tests except the random memory low access thing, as you said, restarted and got bsod:


    So Windows gave me a restore button option I clicked that and then the screen went black, i had to
    force power off. Then got back in windows fine. Although it's all zoomed in now and the display is very weird.
    Also I don't know if it did a system restore or what, would that make the results of V2 useless now? Would the cause of the crash be erased if a restore was done?

    Perhaps you'll be able to tell but here's the results if it tells you anything from V2 after I got back in
    DESKTOP-T8QUSPP-(2023-06-24_12-42-25).zip - Google Drive
    Last edited by jerry76; 24 Jun 2023 at 19:14.
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