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Windows 7: Intel 965 Express Video & LG 47" 1080p = BSOD?

15 Jun 2009   #1

OSX 10.4, Windows XP Pro SP3, Windows 7 (RC 7100) x64
Intel 965 Express Video & external s-video TV = BSOD?

So I was using my laptop over on a friends LG 47" TV and when I plugged it into my SVideo output on my Toshiba laptop with the Intel 965 Video card, the screen started to flash as it was trying to recognize the tv. I would get popups of the Video Driver was saved from a crash, but the screen would keep on flashing when it would go to a BSOD. I tried it twice and it ended the same way. I've used this before with my own normal tvs at home and it would work fine. Has anyone else run into a similar problem?

I'm using Win 7 7100, x64.

I also think that I'm currently using the Vista drivers for the Intel 965 video card.

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16 Jun 2009   #2

OSX 10.4, Windows XP Pro SP3, Windows 7 (RC 7100) x64

This post should be moved to drivers as I found out it was a driver issue. The newest driver available actually causes this problem. Not just with LG but with ALL EXTERNAL TVs.

If you have the driver version for Intel 965 Express then downgrade it or roll it back to a previous one. I'm currently now using, and it works fine with all external monitors.
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21 Jun 2009   #3

Windows 7 64-bit

I've been having the same problem.

Thanks for the solution mcenal I'll give it a try.
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