Getting frustrated - help please. Every time I try to use an LCD TV (using mobo HDMI-out to TV HDMI-in) it results in a BSOD with STOP 0x16—telling me that the igdkmd64 did not recover. Usually before the BSOD I get something like "Display driver igdkmd64.sys stopped responding and has recovered" several times, and them–KABOOM.
The system works fine with a VGA monitor without the HDMI attached.
This is a clean Win 7x64 (Home Premium) install on a minimal system:
ASUS P8H67 B3 (Realtec HD Audio, and Realtec Gbit Network);
i7 2600K with Intel HD3000 on processor graphics
4 Gb RAM (2x 2Gb) DDR3 1333
HD - Crucial C300 128Gb SSD AHCPI.
Supposedly (?) I have the newest HW drivers
The culprit TV’s are an older Olevia 42"-1080i, and a newer 26" VIZIO 1080p. Both are HDCP compliant, and both work fine with HDMI from a DVD, A/V Receiver or cable box.
So far I have tried swapping HDMI cables, tried using a DVI-out to HDMI adapter (TVs don't have DVI ports) – same result. Tried removing one memory stick (leaving only 2Gb on a single slot) same problem. Also tried with various BIOS settings -- no help. The same things happens if I booth in Safe Mode with networking, but not in Safe Mode. So, I disabled the network drivers and devices, and rebooted normally --but didn't help, same BSOD.
Have been searching the web and forums, but nothing seems to be helping.
Any suggestions are much appreciated!
Glad your problem was resolved with software. I had to replace the motherboard --tried downgrading the drivers, but it didn't help. Then, after yet another clean install I connected the TV before even installing the intel drivers, only with windows. That comlpetely messed up the system (i guess the issue had run its course) -- it wouldn't even post Bios anymore -- no matter what monitor I connected to it. So, new mobo, and it works like a charm. Now, of course I want a new TV;-)
I guessing there must have been an electrical problem with the mobo hdmi connector.
Same Exact thing. Newest driver bsod and if it does boot into the system, it flickers like crazy.
To Original Poster: after you replaced the motherboard does the latest drivers work fine???
If so I wonder if we have faulty Mobos...cus the newest driver should work right?I have a H67 board with i3-2100. Its my HTPC.
Haven't had time to upgrade the drivers with the new motherborad yet. Been testing the system (running steady for several days now) with the drivers that came with the mobo CD (the Intel graphics driver is two rev. older than the current 2321 version, i believe).
Planing to start upgrading the drivers this weekend and will post updates.
Thanks for posting back when you get a chance to try newer drivers.
Even the old one, after the computer goes to sleep and wakes up I get flickering. If I restart its fine.
I am going to test to see maybe the MB is grounding. I just want to get this solved! So annoying.
Thanks for putting this post up- i HOPE INTEL READS THESE POSTS.
FIXED: Grounding Issue.
After doing some research I found that if there is a shiny ring on top of your motherboard don't use a cardboard washer. Well this board did not have one on the top, but it was on the underside of the board.
I recommend mounting your motherboard on the pink anti-static foam for testing ONLY and see if that fixes your problem like it did for me.
Long story short: Adding a nylon or cardboard washer fixed my bsod with the newest driver. Everything works Perfect.
I hope this helps. Very weird how the old driver worked fine without the washer? Maybe new driver added voltage which in turn caused the problem.