I understood your laptop is working with the new memory stick; however, you are having issues with graphics driver.
I suggest you to update the BIOS of your laptop then, run Windows® 10 update. Intel provides with generic drivers but pre-build systems such as laptops require a customized driver by the laptop manufacturer.
Thank you for replying it's very much appreciated.
I have already updated my BIOS to the latest one after searching for several more forums for an answer. Also I am well aware of the generic and customized drivers for certain laptops of which I have also tried to do, download and install. In relation to this I am still having the same error and I keep on going to safe mode just to be able to disable the Intel HD graphics driver and use the Microsoft Basic Adapter. What I did notice is when I finish installing the Intel HD graphics driver besides the fact that it will crash and leave my computer unresponsive; I look at the Device Manager during safe mode with the graphic driver installed and see a balloon over the Generic PnP Monitor after installation, is this a clue to the problem?
Hence there is no warning sign over the Generic PnP monitor when I use the Microsoft Basic Adapter.
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If you are getting a warning message at device manager, make sure your system has the latest chipset driver and verify if there is available a driver for the display.