I have the same problem and much more to it with the same GPU... I get it no matter what I do but when my GPU stops responding it doesn't recover and it completely crashes my computer giving me the BSOD and Video Scheduler Internal Error and has to restart. It has been happening to me since I got Windows 10 soo yeah ... and still no news on WHY it happens or HOW to fix it ... 1 damn year Intel...
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I get the message when viewing YouTube videos, as well as Overwatch, but I don't get it while playing League of Legends, so I'm guessing they administered some kind of fix to it.
Same goes for me:
1. While watching youtube videos.
2. While playing League of Legends.
3. While playing Osu!.
4. While playing League of Legends and Osu! is running in the background minimized.
5. While playing League of Legends and watching youtube videos(I work with a dual monitor).
6. While playing League of Legends and watching a stream or playing Osu! and watching a stream.
Please provide the sticky info from here Default level information for reporting Graphics issues , and I'll throw this over to our debug side for further investigation. This helps us determine if it's something we're already working on or something different we've missed. Appreciate it.
This is the only info i am able to provide since the dispdiag doesn't show up on my desktop for some reason:
This is what it displays tho after i put in the command you mentioned in your post (but no luck in creating the file idk why)
Usage: dispdiag [-testacpi] [-d] [-delay <seconds>] [-brightnesslogging] [-out <FilePath>]
-testacpi runs hotkey diagnostics test
-d generates a dmp file as well with additional data.
-delay delays the collection of data by specified time in seconds.
-out <FilePath> path where the dispdiag file should be saved, including filename. This must be the last parameter
-brightnesslogging toggle verbose brightness logging.
-ccddatabaselogging <on|off> toggle Ccd database access logging.
Name of the saved file.
I also have been having this exact same issue for... 3 YEARS. Even after having my computer in storage for literally the last year and a half, I open it it, install the latest drivers, Win 10, etc... and STILL... the same exact problem during everything from Youtube to Word to Chrome to Game to music players... constantly, the screen will freeze black, and then finally get functional again with the message "the graphics driver has stopped responding."
Whenever this happens, I've checked the task manager, and there are always major spikes in CPU use every single one of these times. I'm not sure if there is throttling going on, or what. I hope to get this fixed, I basically cannot use my computer for games or movies because of this problem.
I've changed the settings, uninstalled, reinstalled every version of the driver possible over the years... have tried every trick, and still no luck.
I have the same issue.
For me this occurs when I am playing WOW or streaming video, it could be video from you tube, netflix or my cable provider. I have added my PC's info here as my specs are different than those of the previous respondents.
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I also have the same problem. It doesn't freeze while playing League of Legends but I have problems playing Starbound and Overwatch, even with no other programs running. I've switched quality of graphics a ton of times to see if that will fix it, but it is all the same. I've tried to update my graphics card so many different ways ( through the driver manager, manual driver manager search thing, the Intel program which never shows any drivers throughout my computer at all period, through other programs, ) but it always says its the latest version, which I know is a lie because the version I have installed is from early 2015. Hopefully my attachment works.
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