The issue you are experiencing seems to be related to either the video interface you are using or a software corruption on your computer.
From our side we can confirm that this driver has been working with no similar issues since its release, back in 2009.
In this particular case I suggest you to test using the driver that has been provided by your computer manufacturer, instead of our generic driver. if the issue persists, test with any other video interface if available, or try formatting your computer and try a fresh installation of the operating system and drivers.
Hi, Deigo, Thanks for your reply.
I only have a VGA port, so I cant test with another video interface.
I use media player classic, and real player, both are latest release. and both have the same blue screen problem. So, I dont think it is a software problem.
I worry that intel have not fully tested the driver with dual monitor setting. The manufacturer driver is very old one, 2008 version. So, I dont think i should roll back.
Production Version Release
Microsoft Windows Vista*
Driver Revision: 220.127.116.111
April 1, 2008
Somehow, I would like to know if I am the only guy who have such problem, before I format my notebook, but it is very troblesome to do so. And i think we should not use this uncertainty method to solve a problem!