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lack of support for windows 10 means my motherboard will burn out?

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i own this:

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-pavilion-dv6-6c00-quad-edition-entertainment-not...

 

i would like to get a second opinion from both HP consumers and HP about this discussion:

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 i hope posting links to other forums are allowed here (sorry, if not. i just did not want to type redundantly). please advise. thanks in advance.

 

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Hi:

 

I doubt that will happen, but if your PC has the AMD/Intel switchable graphics, there are no W10 drivers for that configuration.

 

You can also expect the IDT Beats audio not to work correctly, and possibly the wifi and Bluetooth, depending on what model wifi adapter your PC has.

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thanks for the quick response sir.

the display, audio, etc. are working fine; (though there are some issues, which i am not sure if due to incompatible drivers or malware). my internal wifi card was working fine too when it was in working condition. i am just worried coz that HP service center personnel scared me that my motherboard will burn out in the long run if i use windows 10 coz the drivers wont be working with full compatibility with this OS.

forgive my poor English.

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lack of support for windows 10 means my motherboard will burn out?

If everything is working fine, there should be no need for concern.

 

If your notebook only has the Intel HD graphics, that will be OK.

 

It's only the models with the Intel/AMD switchable graphics where you have driver issues and that could cause the GPU"s to overheat and fail over time.

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It's only the models with the Intel/AMD switchable graphics where you have driver issues and that could cause the GPU"s to overheat and fail over time.


can i know the solution for such a problem?

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There is no solution.

 

If that happens, and the GPU"s quit working, then the motherboard needs to be replaced.

 

That can even happen on W7.

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