Author Topic: Intel HD Graphics 3000 - Windows 10 - BSOD when running GPU Caps Viewer  (Read 806 times)



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pal1000

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I tested most versions from 1.26 to 1.31. I didn't venture using newer 1.32/1.33 yet. Currently I am using Aida64 Engineer as replacement.

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Probably a crash with the Vulkan support. Please try the version 1.33.1 that fixes a bug in the Vulkan initialization code.

http://www.geeks3d.com/20170302/gpu-caps-viewer-1-33-0-opengl-vulkan-opencl-cuda-information-utility/

pal1000

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Tried 1.33.1.0. Still blue-screening. By the way Intel HD Graphics 3000 is a SandyBridge iGPU so we shouldn't even think of Vulkan support.

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Crash dump:
https://github.com/hrydgard/ppsspp/files/824732/030717-33796-01.zip

Because your forums don't allow attachments, I resorted to github file sharing unofficial feature.

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Did a clean install of Windows when Creators Update landed on April 11 after figuring out how to do it with no external media.  Problem solved. I think there is at least one of these 2 potential causes:
- My experiment on getting Microsoft Basic Display Adapter to work along with the GPU driver.
To anyone interested. Don't try this, it won't work no matter how hard you try. Windows will just install the GPU driver,  essentially cloning the GPU entry in Device Manager.  Other tools like Aida64 end up listing the GPU 2 times even if you clean the mess from Device Manager. Most likely this confuses GPU Caps Viewer;
- Display Driver Uninstaller
This tool, while many geeks recommend it to clean the GPU drivers it most likely messes with Audio driver, it can also mes with Network and Chipset drivers, probably even Realtek Card Reader, making Windows replace a part, if not all of these drivers with inbox versions.     
« Last Edit: April 19, 2017, 06:42:15 PM by pal1000 »