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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002478||SpeedFan||Other||public||2016-01-03 00:00||2016-01-06 08:00|
|Summary||0002478: Windows 10 Display Driver Crash|
|Description||Speedfan crashes roughly 50% of the time I start it up. It isn't a bluescreen or freeze, but it seems to completely annihilate all video capability on the machine. The display will go black, but I can still hear music and whatnot playing from my computer, so I know that it is still running. |
Usually the screen goes black, but sometimes this happens: http://i.imgur.com/gYKHzjJ.jpg
I included that picture in the attached zip. The zip also has my entire speedfan install if you want to take a look.
|Steps To Reproduce||Start speedfan. |
But seriously, I have no idea. This doesn't seem to be a common issue from what I can tell. I have tried running display driver uninstaller and reinstalling my nvidia drivers to latest.
I have not tried reinstalling speedfan yet, as I want to keep my configuration. Took me hours to get it just right.
Here's my system specs, if that helps you.
Asrock z87 extreme 4
Nvidia gtx 770 w/ fresh drivers.
Running on an 850 pro ssd.
|Additional Information||When speedfan DOES start correctly (without crashing), it works perfectly.|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Motherboard Model||Asrock z87 extreme4|
|Video Card Model||Asus gtx 770 2GB|
speedfanvideocrash.zip (2,777,672 bytes)
To backup SpeedFan, just save all of 3 cfg files you'll find in SpeedFan's "Program File" folder.
Also you should try one of the related switch you'll find here: http://www.almico.com/sfarticle.php?id=3
NONVIDIAI2C could help.