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Windows 7: Intel display adapter causing problem

09 Aug 2017   #1
HT2013

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 
Intel display adapter causing problem

Hello everyone.
I am facing a problem and would like to get some help.
My laptop started getting prob last month. It rebooted and then got prob at the startup.
First i thought this is because of my avast internet security, so i uninstalled it but it didn't help.

In Safe mode with networking, i was unable to connect to the internet.
I did many experiments,so that i can run the windows in normal mode and finally i found a way.
Out of the 2 display adapters, i disabled "Intel (R) HD graphics" and now my windows is running fine.

I know the performance is not good but that's okay. The only prob is that i am not able to use the
hibernation which i need very much.

So please help me. i am not good in tech, so fixing such things isn't easy for me.

PS: Its a windows 7 pro. Check disk scan, full anti virus scan etc already performed.


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09 Aug 2017   #2
ringel05

Multiple Windows 7 and Linux
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HT2013 View Post
Hello everyone.
I am facing a problem and would like to get some help.
My laptop started getting prob last month. It rebooted and then got prob at the startup.
First i thought this is because of my avast internet security, so i uninstalled it but it didn't help.

In Safe mode with networking, i was unable to connect to the internet.
I did many experiments,so that i can run the windows in normal mode and finally i found a way.
Out of the 2 display adapters, i disabled "Intel (R) HD graphics" and now my windows is running fine.

I know the performance is not good but that's okay. The only prob is that i am not able to use the
hibernation which i need very much.

So please help me. i am not good in tech, so fixing such things isn't easy for me.

PS: Its a windows 7 pro. Check disk scan, full anti virus scan etc already performed.
What's the computer brand and specs? How old is the computer? The graphics card may be failing, not an unusual occurrence or there could be a software conflict, have you installed any third party apps related to graphics or monitoring system hardware? Recent MS update that included graphics drivers?
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09 Aug 2017   #3
HT2013

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Thanks fore replying.
There are few windows updates pending. I did try to install them but none of them resolved the issue, then i did a system restore.
Few are: security monthly quality roll up
Advanced Micro driver media 3/21/2016
July 2017 preview of quality rollup for .net

I can't recall i installed any new app or software. BTW, Its few years old HP tm2 touchsmart.
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09 Aug 2017   #4
ringel05

Multiple Windows 7 and Linux
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HT2013 View Post
Thanks fore replying.
There are few windows updates pending. I did try to install them but none of them resolved the issue, then i did a system restore.
Few are: security monthly quality roll up
Advanced Micro driver media 3/21/2016
July 2017 preview of quality rollup for .net

I can't recall i installed any new app or software. BTW, Its few years old HP tm2 touchsmart.
Okay, there have been some issues with the Advanced Micro driver media update, did you uninstall that update?
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09 Aug 2017   #5
HT2013

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ringel05 View Post
Okay, there have been some issues with the Advanced Micro driver media update, did you uninstall that update?
Yes, its shown under optional updates. Yet to install.
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09 Aug 2017   #6
ringel05

Multiple Windows 7 and Linux
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HT2013 View Post
Yes, its shown under optional updates. Yet to install.
Uuuummmm. Does HP have a diagnostics in BIOs? If you haven't already you might want to run it, it will tell you if your graphics card is failing.
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09 Aug 2017   #7
HT2013

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ringel05 View Post
Uuuummmm. Does HP have a diagnostics in BIOs? If you haven't already you might want to run it, it will tell you if your graphics card is failing.
should i download and use the first tool ? HP PC Hardware Diagnostics | HP® Official Site
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09 Aug 2017   #8
ringel05

Multiple Windows 7 and Linux
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HT2013 View Post
should i download and use the first tool ? HP PC Hardware Diagnostics | HP® Official Site
You probably don't need it as you said your computer was only a couple of years old therefore the diagnostic tool is already in your BIOs.

Running the test from the startup screen (boot) If your computer was manufactured in 2008 or later, you may be able to run a hardware diagnostic test during the startup process. To do so, turn on the computer and press the F9 key during the screen with the HP or Compaq logo.
Figure : Example of Boot screen that displays the key press to enter the BIOS test.

Diagnostic Tools opens and performs a variety of hardware tests. Green checkmarks appear next to hardware items that pass the test. Any problems found are reported.
Figure : Screen example: Diagnostic Tools test
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09 Aug 2017   #9
HT2013

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Thanks you for the details.Although its older than a couple of years but not older than 2008 for sure.
Let me test and post the results.
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09 Aug 2017   #10
ringel05

Multiple Windows 7 and Linux
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HT2013 View Post
Thanks you for the details.Although its older than a couple of years but not older than 2008 for sure.
Let me test and post the results.
Just be aware that a full diagnostic could take up to two hours to complete.
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