If anyone knows how to disable hardware acceleration in windows 10/direct x 12, that would be useful to try as well.
Windows 10 does not have the same "trouble shoot" option that 8.1 and lower has to be able to turn it off.
Thought for a bit it might be releated to the sound part of the driver because it corrupted/crashed durring sleep mode and the problem went away.
I tried to mimic the said error again, but the intel hd 510 sound driver did not corrupt.
But more weird and interesting. Is putting my computer in "sleep" mode fixes this bug...
My current assumptions have something to do with how the 510 HD driver is programed and loads, and somehow "fixes" its self from a fresh sleep load up. So I am assuming the fix would have to be a driver update. But sadly as only the weakest/cheapest Skylarke cpu has a 510 and I don't see many people buying the newest chipset and using one of these (I am using it as they were sold out of the 6700k I wanted and I'm just waiting it out). I don't think they will fix it. Though pretty soon I will have a 780ti Asus Poisiden as well. It makes me sad I was unable to fix this problem, but this "sleep" solution is good enough for me for now.
No one ever came and helped sadly =P, so thank you anyone who read regardless ^_^
Could please provide us with the following;
- Motherboard model.
- What kind of crash do you get? Do you get any error message?
- Driver version installed.
- BIOS version installed.
If you can add more details (pictures, videos etc.) that would help to narrow the issue.
I have a ASUS Hero VIII, with newest BIOS. I tried every single Intel HD510 driver I could find. From old drivers to even the beta drivers.
Only two things fix the error.
1. to uninstall the driver completely, which is not a realistic or good option =P.
2. to put my computer in sleep mode for about 2-3 minutes, to bring it out.
The second option to fix it is not so bad ^_^
Otherwise anything with hardware acceleration enabled crashes randomly as it starts.