Hi, m090030, I'm sorry for the problems you've had with this.
Have you tried reloading the operating system to discard a software conflict? Or running a BIOS update? How about an older version of the driver?
So far, we have not encountered any similar issues with the driver itself, so I would be more led to believe that the root if the issue is hardware-related. A warranty replacement would be an option if we confirm that after troubleshooting.
Yes, OS has been reloaded dozens of times. Safe mode makes no difference. BIOS has been updated to the latest release, as well as the original it came with. I have tried getting the driver from all available sources (Biostar, Intel, Windows Update) and all have the same effect.
I finally gave up and installed Linux. Runs flawlessly and fast on the first try, so I'm just going to stick with that for this computer. Thanks for your help.
It might be to much for HD2000. try to install an entry card from amd or nvidia.
issue is hardware-related.... "quoted" See Intel HD is garbage...
If its a Desktop system your best bet is to buy a nvidia or AMD videocard and use that, Intel HD and the drivers are more problems then their worth...(read the posts here with the graphics problems its mostly driver related and dont forget to turn off Intel HD on your motherboard, and uninstall all drivers...
If you have a laptop join the group of screwed customers.... were all here
I may just try that. It's in a micro-ATX case, so I have no idea what card will fit in there. And it just frustrates me that the hardware should be able to do just fine as-is. Turns out Linux doesn't play Blu-Rays, so a big part of the reason the PC exists is now gone ... I dunno. I guess I'll search for a micro-ATX video card with HDMI output.
Look up AMD, ATI, and Nvidia... those are the best in video cards... those are what Intel wants to be but their video graphics are technoligy from the early 90's...
New graphics card fixed the issue. No further crashes!
Windows Update juste made me to update my HD graphics driver (i5 661 - H57). It freezed while installing it ...
I went back to the former driver and solved the problem.
Is there any other problems like this one ?