My 2 year old PC, an OMEN 880-033D has had many problems in the past few years. However after endless troubleshooting and fixing, i got it "fixed". so after getting it "fixed" I downloaded a driver for my headphones, which required me to restart. As soon as i restart, my monitor becomes insanely glitchy but i can somehow access windows. after taking a look at the GPU in the device manager, It gives me an Error 43, where the driver couldnt detect any GPU. no matter how many times, or however i do it, i still get the same glitched display. I am not sure whether my GPU is dead or not.
As I understand the display drivers error code 43,
No worries, as I'll be glad to help you, that said, I'll need a few more details to dissect your concern & provide an accurate solution:
Did you update the drivers from the HP website?
Have you updated the BIOS?
While you respond to that, here's what you need to know:
This issue as you know, is related to the graphics system. When system memory is running low and Windows is unable to allocate video memory, Windows shuts down and then restarts the program to avoid a failure.
Step 1: Restart the computer
Shut down and restart the computer to clear the memory addresses and prepare the computer for further troubleshooting.
I have neither updated the drivers from the HP website nor have I updated the BIOS. Apologies for the late reply as I had some technical difficulties. I will follow the steps and keep you updated as soon as possible.
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