As well as the latest directx 9. Also you can not customize your install this way and as said about the GeForce Experience you will end up with it installed. Thanks for your post, I had the same problem like you and after to receive the last version of W10 1803 compilation 17134. That's it - problem solved - the TeamViewer window will be redrawn, and from that point onwards - everything seems to work fine you don't have to continue doing it or anything of the sort; The window will be properly drawn until you disconnect from the remote computer. No black screens for over 36 hours.
Just a minor thing, but maybe that might hint to the root of the problem. I dont know if you read the initial post but here is the extra note that I posted and the laptop had the latest drivers intalled and working perfectly when this problem just suddenly started: From initial post Just a extra note I dont know if this could have anything to do with this but I was busy playing a game before this problem started and in the middle of the game the graphics card driver crashed multiple times with a pop up that said something about your nvidia driver xxxxxxx has stopped working then my laptop froze. Followed immediately by 3 more Warning Event 263 Win32k - A pointer device has no information about the monitor it is attached to. See if you can do the driver load then. I've finally solved my problem! I've blocked Windows Update from updating Nvidia drivers and always download them from the Nvidia site. When I try to install nvidia drivers, halfway through my screen goes black.
My Dell laptop come with facial recognition, which has not been configured. Unfortunately disabling the Intel card completely is not an option as I'm using a Lenovo Ultra Dock with two external monitors which are not recognized by Windows when Intel graphics is disabled but this behaviour is by design. Any thoughts on a laptop solution? That model laptop supports both Windows 8. Probably because I'm not logged in after the computer finishes the boot. This issue could occur if display drivers is not installed properly.
I can't boot into safe mode or system repair. Windows 10 64bit automatically installed this driver then after restart my laptop gets the black screen after the logo. I phoned Acer yesterday they say i must bring the laptop in so their technician can have a look. I can open with out a problem if I remove all drivers but when I start it screen resolution is 800x600 help. But it's obviously unplayable and unusable. For me - the root cause was an app called Duet Display - which allows using an iPad as a secondary display on Windows.
Apologies for going a bit off topic here. Select the option that allows you to do a clean install. It happens every time I update the driver, to solve this I have to factory reset my laptop every time. Hello guys, I seem to have a simiar pragram with gtx 760. I need to boot in safe mode so that I can fix the display settings or roll back the driver. The screen works in safe mode.
However, I had a file share in W7, which I can actually approach in W10. I have the same problem, with TeamViewer 12 corporate license. Today, while browsing around for a solution, I found out that there is a TeamViewer Remote Control Windows native application in the app store so I've tried that one and it works fine. I also use Display Driver Uninstaller in safe mode to uninstall the previous drivers before installing the latest ones. I ended up uninstalling all nvidia drivers and swapping her old one back in.
Windows 10: Black screen when updating nvidia driver to latest version. My problem was a monitor problem. I wouldn t now where to look this time. I put a quotes on a normal because computer is running slow and I can't set proper resolution. We got black screens when rebooting. Once this has been accomplished one can then go to the Windows Automatic Update screen and scan for specific drivers for your graphics card.
Hello, Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community. Though my wife doesn't seem to care what's in her computer as long as it runs her spore game, which her card barely does! Only way to fix this is to boot in Safe Mode and disable my Nvidia Geforce 840M in Device Manager then it boots up normal again. What have been done so far: 1. They were there so I assumed I was supposed to install them. I also reported this to both Intel and Duet, so I believe that sooner or later they will solve it with a new update.
There are also several other similar apps to Duet - so if you ever installed one of those, try uninstalling them and see what happens. I was forced to turn off the computer and turn it back on. Hey guys, I have quite a big issue with my Asus laptop. Is there any way to deal with this issue, or at least restore windows to factory defaults so I could re-install an older driver? Then try to update the drivers. The errors yesterday were similar to the ones below these are happening today — this is from the application log Event 1000, Application Error Faulting application name: dwm.
After that I inserted my original video card and downloaded driver etc from Nvidea web side. After switching the monitor arrangement, the problem is solved. Here is a website for you to consider downloading a recent driver for your graphics card: I have had similar frustrations with graphic card drivers in the past. I downloaded the latest 4-in-1 mobo chipsets and installed them. I too was having troubles tracking down info which is why I turned to asking here since half my answers seemed to come from this site anyway. But when I try, the screen turns black during the update, but the computer is still running. Some time after that I started getting a screen black-out.