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If you already have tried Intel generic video drivers, also computer manufacturer drivers and you still have same problem, this might not be related to video drivers, it could be hardware problem with your processor.
Make sure you have loaded drivers below:
Have you tried checking processor, test running the processor diagnostic tool or contact your computer manufacturer for warranty options:
Hi Allan, I run Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool and it pass normally (4minuts test)
here is log
Seems that my BOSD is produced by two things 1 drivers (CPU/GPUs) 2. Norton 360 (this say guy from Microsoft support). I removed Norton but but still crash but only with igdkmd64.sys as error
Now I have problem with installing Lenovo GPU drives for test with it I only know that with using a NEWEST AMD 13.11/13.9 + your newest driver v3347 my system still make BOSD...
and there is my memory dumps
and on end I give you link to my memory dump with Norton 360 installed
If you need anything more information from me which can help you to resolve my problems JUST ASK
Exactly, the problem could be related to processor, have in mind the graphics is integrated on the processor. You may need to check with Lenovo for any warranty option for your computer.
Today I installed Lenovo AMD/Intel driver package successfully after I remove all GPUs drivers traces with Driver Fusion. Then I update AMD part of it with AMD Catalyst 13.11 Beta 5. and run Driver Verifier for many times and I didn't get any BOSD for ALL DAY. Seems that something in new Intel driver don't work good with my notebook Lenovo use very old your driver 18.104.22.1686. in its AMD/Intel driver package.
Here is link for it
Maybe your driver coders can find what is different in it from your generic drivers
I will test continue test my notebook and if I got any more BOSD I will contact Lenovo.
Thank you for your time