Are you using an OEM system, or one you built yourself? Are you using the generic Intel drivers, or the OEM ones?
I've built the system and I'm using the generic Intel drivers.
HI, I have the exact same problem, I change the MB thinking it had a problem but I have still have this problem. Graphics on PCI does't work either.
Did you solve this in any manner ?
Hello Ola Renman, the fact that you see this behavior even on Ubuntu seems to indicate that the problem might be hardware related, rather than a problem with the Intel® video drivers we provide.
You may need to try swapping the hardware installed and try a basic configuration to isolate the issue to a few components. You may want to check with the desktop’s team in your local support to verify that the motherboard is working properly.
I've had the same problem. I reassembled my old configuration, to re-test my PSU, SSD, everything was ok. I tried on 2 motherboards, and RMA already the CPU (8000584752).
Nothing solved. I did the RAM Win7 test : ok, I ran Memtest386+ : ok.
What would you recommend me to do I'm completly lost and have no idea of what I should do next !
From what I can see you have replaced the motherboard, the processor and you still have the same issue. You have the same issue using a PCI Express* card too.
In this particular case I would try swapping the rest of the hardware being involved, this definitely does not seen to be the video driver as you have the problem with an external card too. You should also check with the motherboard manufacturer to make sure that everything is properly installed and compatible. Also try using another operating system image to check that this is not related to the installation disc being used.