09-19-2014 09:25 AM
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09-20-2014 10:13 AM - edited 09-20-2014 10:15 AM
I used OneKey Recovery to restore my computer to default factory settings, but it seems that the problem has only gotten worse. It's happening much more often. So far I've installed all Windows updates and updated my graphics drivers in GeForce Experience. Now I can hardly view any pages on IE (I haven't changed anything yet ) without the screen flickering black and the notification popping up that says "Windows Kernel Mode driver has stopped responding and has recovered." Basically it's happening a lot more often now, and I haven't even tried to run any games.
I'm trying to install the BIOS update seen here: http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/ideapad-y-series-laptops/ideapad-y510p...
But every time I try to run it, it says "BIOS version compare error!" I can't find much info online. Could this be an issue with my BIOS? I certainly hope it's not a hardware issue, but things are looking grim...
09-24-2014 05:19 PM
Ok guys I found a solution for this thread. I had an Nvidia kernel stopped responding crash, and in BF 4 i had "Device HUNG" crash in SLI. All you have to do is to undervolt your graphic cards, probably its factory overclocked not properly. http://www.mediafire.com/download/mdlmr2zz9kbzzbv/NvidiaInspectorForY510p.rar here is the link for undervolting our card. All you have to do is to click on your graphics card name .bat Undervolting, and it will automatically undervolt your GPU. What is more, temperatures of cards will be lower. It works for me, and I hope it will works for you. Thx to nhl.pl forum from Poland, YOU ARE THE BEST! By the way, this is unbelievable that Lenovo gives us factory bad volting cards. Hope it will help!