08-08-2016 08:30 AM
Ever since the Windows 10 Anniversay Update, I have had 3 separate BSOD's while working, which isn't fun in a mission critical environment. What the heck is the issue with "igdkmd64.sys" that keeps creating this mess?!?
08-09-2016 07:29 AM
Same problem here with my brand-new T460 on Win & x64. I believe the problem is with the Intel Video Drivers for the HD Graphics 520 - I have 188.8.131.5254 installed. Unable to update to Intel's newest drivers as Intel says the driver is not made available by Lenovo.
Lets hope they fix this issue ASAP.
.dmp file uploaded in case any Lenovo people need it.
08-09-2016 11:33 AM
I was able to figure out it that it may have something to do with the video driver, and I found updates for the Intel HD 530. Basically i used the Lenovo support site to find updates, installed a ton of them, so maybe the issue will clear itself up. Now I am just crossing my fingers that it won't happen again, I also have Lenovo Companion turned on now so I can keep track of any needed updates.
08-09-2016 11:54 AM
Unfortunately, I did the same and was rewarded by another BSOD, so I'm not hopeful.
that a previous version of the driver did not cause BSOD, so if it continues I will manually downgrade to a lower version unitil lenovo fixes the issue.
08-10-2016 10:06 AM - edited 08-10-2016 10:09 AM
You can still upgrade to the latest Intel-supplied HD 530 driver; you just need to uninstall the one supplied by Lenovo first. I'm currently running 4474 on my T460p with the anniversary update and am not experiencing any BSOD issues.
If, for some reason, the driver setup utility doesn't work for you, you can always perform a manual installation via the "Update Driver" option in Device Manager and point it to the directory in which you extracted the zip file. Here's a link to the latest version:
08-12-2016 09:51 AM
FYI, Lenovo has updated their branded version of the driver available for download to Intel's 4474 release. It can be obtained here:
08-25-2016 04:25 AM - edited 08-25-2016 09:00 AM
I am runing the 4474 and BIOS version 2.08, and been running Lenovo Companion. So far no more BSOD's, so I'm considering this solved for my system. I also ran as many of the updates as I could find from their support site for other drivers as well. I'm thinking that keeping up with the drivers is the issue.