I have the same problem with my HP Pavilion 550-150. I get the "display driver stopped responding and has recovered" message much too frequently. It happens during unsophisticated use, just doing basic web browsing using Microsoft Edge browser. Not only do I get these messages, but it seems that it will trigger my computer to lock up some of they key functions (e.g., Cortana, Edge, start menu), thereby forcing me to log off and log back in to resolve the problem. needless to say, this experience is painful and unacceptable for a new computer. The only suggestion that HP provided was creating a "TdrDelay" of "8" in my driver registry. This only helped somewhat and quite frankly is a band-aid solution that shouldn't be used anyway. Any suggestions before I return the computer???
Shojaee, could you please confirm your processor model?
In regard to this issue I would recommend to install the latest version of the Graphics Driver from our site, please visit Intel® Download Center and filter according to your system configuration, I would also recommend a manual installation of the driver. Here are the instructions for the How to Manually Install a Driver in Microsoft Windows 8* or Windows...
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