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Hp Envy 15 display card (INTEL)

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Envy 15
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello, who can help me ?  Please.   

 

I have a problem from graphic hd520 display card  after updated.

 

Event identifier:4101

Description: graphic card smoothly on after no service. 

 

Details: 

notebook model: envy 15 (no dvd reader)

system: window 10 

CPU : SK i7-65000u

display: 1. intel HD graphic 520  (version: 20.19.15.4360)

                 2. NVIDIA GTX950M

RAM: 8gb

 

i think it is a new driver problem. The problem alway appear since i updated the HD graphic 520 (version: 20.19.15.4360).

 

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Roll it back to the original driver.  

 

Hold down the Windows key and tap the X key.

 

Click on device manager and then expand the display adapters device.

 

Right click the video device and click on properties.

 

Click on the driver tab and then click on Roll back driver.




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