same probleme with asus n750jk (hd4600 + gtx850m)
last driver for the 2 video card.
standby was fatal (sleep or hibernation) ....
the 2 same several BSOD
but with file igdkmd64.sys
I have basically the same laptop and have the same issue. Coming out of the sleep causes various BSOD errors
THe only way you can fix it is to install the ANCIENT drivers from Asus for your Xenbook
Then DEFER WINDOWS UPDATES. Because if you don't, Windows will install the latest drivers anyway and screw you over again. Go to your Advanced Windows Update settings and click "Defer Updates". You still get critical updates. But optional updates like driver updates dont get installed
Intel needs to fix this because otherwise the laptop is useless because I can't do any work on it without fear of losing everything because it went into sleep mode
HP ProBook 430 G1 (i5-4200U, Intel HD 4400)
i switch graphics memory size to 128 MB in bios, no more BSOD. (hd4600)
Do it work for you too ?
Incredible! It worked. Is there any downside to set that memory size smaller?
I juste try 256, it's ok too ... don't know if there is really a downside. windows driver propertei say it can use up to 8165MB.
This BSOD is happening to me as well (laptop w/ W10 with 4600HD) - unfortunately I can't change my memory size in the BIOS. Is there any other way to avoid this?
I'm getting the VIDEO SCHEDULER INTERNAL ERROR bsod seemingly randomly. Intel please release new drivers, or come up with a fix.
Just wanna say thanks a lot . changed from 512 to 256 in bios, and no more blue screen when going from sleep mode
ASUS ux32ln, HD 4400
I'm glad to hear that you're system now is running well, we really appreciate you have shared this information with us.
I have HP Probook G1 and change the video memory to 256 solve the problem.
Thanks for the help!!