Have anyone successfully installed Intel HD graphics (yes i know, that to install it you need to disable one of the group policy in radxa image) and have not received any BSOD since then?
I’m curious about this too. Everything seems to be working great except mine becomes completely unstable after installing the Intel HD Graphics drivers.
Specifically, it’s perfectly stable if I boot it up and leave it idle, but if I interact with it much at all, it goes straight to crashy town.
Edit: So, it isn’t the Intel HD Graphics drivers causing the crashing. It’s the monitor I am using, a HSD088IPW1-B00 with a HDMI-HSD088-V02 driver board. When connected to this monitor/board the system becomes very unstable for some reason. Connected to a normal 1920x1200 monitor, it’s completely fine.
I have BSODs all the time after installing HD graphics. Disabling it stop the BSODs…
also tested several displays.
It’s really sad bc when its not crashing it do provide a decent experience on a debloated win 10 installation. Does somebody found any workaround? I also tried latest image from radxa and it does the same.
Sadly i do not, i’m using this system as RDP-client, so I have never looked into this problem. So far there is 3 versions:
- Problem between Intel, Windows and ceramics of chip
I did a fresh install of Windows 10 64bit OEM CU 20H2 OS, not installing the Radxa image and the Intel HD Graphics driver works without BSOD. It takes a while to load all the device drivers, but then MS does the HD driver update.
I have not tried CU 21H1 at this point as a comparison.
Hm, i guess i need to test it