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Intel HD 3000 issues?


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#1 pivotraze

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Posted 01 March 2012 - 08:43 PM

Okay, so basically, I installed Windows 8 Consumer Preview to test the.. erm… new Windows 8? I had the Developer Preview before this on a different laptop.

Anyways, basically, after I boot Windows 8, the screen goes black like it shut off (actually, it does shut off because it's the DEEP black when the screen is off, not the slight black when the screen is on, but just not functioning).

What is the problem here? Thanks!

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#2 BrutalByte

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 02:00 AM

Hello Mate,

Can you tell me did you try pressing F8 and launching it in a safe mode? does it work then? Windows 8 is still in testing mode...As far as I know it's a beta...If you have installed widows 8 on a different partition try formatting it using a bootable Disk...tell me can you run the previous version ? thanks

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Posted 14 May 2012 - 07:58 PM

So, I'm not using Windows 8, but here are updates on this :P :

  • It happens in safe mode.
  • It happens even with the new Intel-Provided graphics drivers
  • It works perfectly fine in Windows 7, no problems.
  • Windows 8 was installed over my entire drive, not a partition :)

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 06:51 AM

Hi..
Save latest graphics driver and autounattended.xml answer to a flash drive.
Download Autounattend.xml file by yourself from the site of Microsoft.
Then copy the uncompressed graphic driver onto the USB flash drive.
Start computer that has AMD Radeon GPU use eDP, from the Windows 8 installation DVD.
Connect the flash drive immediately and follow the instruction and to install Windows 8.
Restart system and Remove the flash drive after installation.




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