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In this case, you can try uninstalling the graphics driver, restart your system and install the Beta driver, you can download it here:
This can help fix problems but please be aware that BSOD and black screen are not caused only by the graphics driver.
Useful Tips for Dealing with BSODs
BSODs have a variety of root causes, but these tips will help you deal with many blue screens:
- I can suggest trying different HDMI/DisplayPort cable and also make sure you have the latest BIOS version installed.
- If your system recently started blue-screening, use System Restore to roll its system software back to a previous state. If this works, you’ll know that it’s likely a software problem.
- Malware that digs deep into Windows and gets its hooks into the Windows kernel at a low level can cause system instability. Scan your computer for malware to ensure buggy malicious software isn’t causing it to crash.
- An incorrectly installed or buggy driver can lead to crashes. Download the latest drivers for your computer’s hardware from your computer manufacturer’s website and install them — this may fix BSODs caused by driver problems.
- If your computer is blue-screening every time you turn it on, try booting into safe mode. In safe mode, Windows loads only the essential drivers. If a driver you’ve installed is causing Windows to blue screen, it shouldn’t do so in safe mode. You can work on fixing the problem from safe mode.
- Blue screens can be caused by faulty hardware in your computer. Try testing your computer’s memory for errors and checking its temperature to ensure that it isn’t overheating.
- Reinstalling Windows is the nuclear option. It will blow away your existing system software, replacing it with a fresh Windows system. If your computer continues to blue screen after this, you likely have a hardware problem.
A computer in proper working state shouldn’t blue-screen at all, but no software or hardware is perfect. Even a properly functioning computer may blue screen on rare occasions for no apparent reason — possibly as the result of rare driver bugs or hardware issues.
If your computer is regularly blue-screening, you have a problem. If you encounter a blue screen once every two years, don’t worry about it.
I hope this can help you.
Could you check, because I have the same issue only on HDMI to HDMI Cable (ASUS Z170 Deluxe, CPU 6700K, Iiyama 4k).
On Display Port to Display Port Cable (ASUS Z170 Deluxe, CPU 6700K,Iiyama 4k) I have no issues at all.
But I have a teamviewer issue with Display Port: Re: 6700K: Teamviewer conncetion not working when screen is turned off : Black Screen when try to connect when monitor is connected with DisplayPort 1.2 @ 4k