7 Replies Latest reply on Jun 20, 2013 4:33 PM by MikeO

    igxprd32 crashes repeatable

    Ironical

      How to crash my newly set up System:

       

      1. Boot

      2. Start Windows Explorer

      3. Right Click on one of the Harddrives to open the Context Menu

       

      Thats it. After these Steps you do see the Context Menu but can't klick anything and after

      a few more seconds you either sit in front a BSOD or the well known "The igxprd32 display

      driver has stopped working normally. Save your work and reboot blablabla" error message.

       

       

      The System:

       

      Board: MSI H61M-E33 (MS-7680)

      CPU:   Intel Core i3-2105 CPU @ 3.10GHz

      IGP:    Intel Processor Graphics 3000

      OS:     Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3

       

       

      The Intel Online Tools just say the Network Driver is outdated but the recommended one

      aborts Setup as its for Vista only, so that tip was pretty useless.

       

      All other Drivers and BIOS are up to date according to Intel Online Checks

      and MSI Live Update.

       

       

      So ... what should i do. Get this stuff back to the Dealer? Wait until Intel hires some

      REAL Programmers which get stuff actually working? If i had known the long history

      of extraordinary stable display drivers i'd probably sitting in front of an AMD system

      right now. For a company like Intel i'd thought a simple Google search for "igxprd32"

      would cause some heads rolling ... but they just seem to give a **** about it...