Please note that we do not have at this point drivers for Windows 10 as it is not an official Operating System yet. What happens if you try Windows 8.1?
It is also important to say that the computer you have uses a special driver since it has Hybrid Graphics. You can check more information about Hybrid graphics here:
It is extremely important for you to get the drivers from Asus site directly as this driver contains special configuration that our generic drivers do not have.
Thank you for the quick response,
I saw that you already provide drivers for windows 10 , and I am talking about those drivers. If I try to install the drivers for windows 8.1 they do not install even in compatibility mood.
I can use the drivers form Asus of course but they are form 2013 and I was hoping to get more form my graphic card even it is integrated by using the newest that come form intel.
Thank you again,
The only BETA driver we have for Windows 10 is this one:
We will release more drivers as soon as Windows 10 becomes an official Operating System.
Yes , and that is the driver I am referring to that causes the BSOD issue. Is there any more info I can help you with to identify the cause ?
Windows Insider preview will have RTM status in a matter of days now.
I have the same problem on my lenovo t440s, it happens after wakeup from suspend but also switching screens with my dual screen setup.
i did not have this problem before looks like it is new in the latest intel driver or windows 10 build 10162.
At this point there is no support for this driver since it is still a BETA version but I will pass this feedback to development.
I am using the last build which would be RTM in 2 weeks build Windows Enterprise (10176) and the problem is persistent I am forced again to use the old drivers.
Thank you for the reply,
I'm seeing this with the final version of Windows 10 Enterprise and the 10.18.15.4256 driver. I was hoping that problems like this would be worked out before the launch.
The problem persist on build 10240 even after the driver update
Intel HD 4600 driver 10.18.10.3379.01 (old driver, works perfect ) (From ASUS)
Intel HD 4600 driver 126.96.36.199.4256 (new driver, doesn't work )
I was able to get around it by updating the BIOS on my Elitebook 820
There is not BIOS problem, its f***cking driver...
Sorry for double post. But seems this thread is more suitable for that report:
I have HD4600 GPU and I also have BSOD when my my desktop PC wakes up
Here is archive with a few crash dumps intel_hd_4600_188.8.131.52.4256_dumps.
I'm also having this problem on my Asus Ultrabook UX31L
Using the intel drivers the laptop sill bluescreen when coming out of sleep with various errors like igdkmd64.sys
Reverting to the "Microsfit Basic Display Adapter" does not cause this issue.
Reverting to an older Intel driver from Asus 10.18.10.3355 does not exhibit this problem
Thsi really needs to be addressed as without sleep mode my laptop is essentially a giant brick that I hve to leave plugged in and on constantly