I agree!!! This needs to be Fixed!!! It sort of works and then crashes I can see the desktop on Windows 10 before the BSOD
Intel got away with not fixing this for 8 or 8.1 and now with everybody migrating from 7 this cant be ignored.
INTEL FIX VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE (igdkmd32.sys) - Put one Engineer on it for a day and help out the World!!!!
The Intel graphic media accelerator 3600 is only supported for Microsoft Windows 7 32-bit only.
You can go here for the list of Graphics Drivers and Supported Operating Systems.
The intel support Twitter said there will "soon" be a new driver release with Windows 10 support for the GMA 3600:
Would you happen to know anything about this?
I can't imagine there is no release date! Intel is not a garage based company and there are procedures and processes in place to manage such "projects". Each programming work has a planned release date. It doesn't if nobody started doing anything with it.
I think that means nobody is working on it which is unacceptable.
We have around 24 Asus notebooks that we planned to upgrade to 10 and now they are trash because of Intel's laziness.
Fact is that this should of been fixed for windows 8, your only lucky that nobody really wanted to upgrade from 7 to 8+ until now.
Microsoft Claims that the processing required for 10 if less then 7 , and so far this little Atom boots up fast and is snappy even with Microsoft slow video driver.
I never realized until now that there wasn't support for 8, and the driver "Kinda Works". The login screen is crystal clear and so is the desktop in windows 10, after the start bar pops up it BSOD's
Reverting back to the Default Microsoft driver means bad resolution, no hardware acceleration, poor battery life and no suspend mode - again, unacceptable.
Lets just hope the initial post from Intel was accurate!
Same problem here. Haven't made migration to W8, so no problem, but now it's the difference between a piece of electronic junk or a working pc...
My netbook is still under warranty and I have no need to replace it. MS gives me free upgrade to Win10 that supports more RAM than Win7 Starter. It's great. But Intel does not want to prepare driver for this HW. Should I get a refund then? Why should I want to get rid of computer that is still under STANDARD, not even extended warranty?
I can assure you that there will be no support for Window 10* drivers for GMA 3600.
Thanks for your response.
What about the Cloverview platform (Intel Atom Z2xxx)? It's got a different GMA and current drivers are compatible with Windows 8.1
Will we see a Windows 10 driver on those?
Please Don't "Assure us" let us know who to contact or how to change this poor decision! Its UNACCEPTABLE!
There around a dozen threads on this site with tons of people complaining! This MUST be FIXED!
You may wish to talk to your work mate that works on the twitter reply team, as they are insisting that a driver is being worked on.
And when you look at this overall, the N2600/gma3600 is the same core essentially as the Z2760 which does have full windows 10 support.
It really shouldn't take too long to modify drivers to offer full support.
And the amount of posts in the forum regarding this must surely be an indication that it is wanted by your customers.
Also how does intel as a company feel knowing their 2nd gen atom / gpu combo doesn't work in windows 10 properly, yet their first gen N270/gma945 combo has full 100% official support? that cannot be good!
@Beardion - Great Facts, Bravo!
@Intel - Listen to your Customers!