Hello all, not sure if I'm in correct forum so forgive/direct me if is the case. I am working on a HP SlimLine that originally was giving an error that ifgx needed to be restarted, and the driver had just recovered. I ran WhoCrashed and it pointed several times to igdkmd64.sys as the culprit. I tried updating the video but it would keep failing all the while it would report the same "driver recovered/restarted" message. Also after each recovery/restart (just the driver, not the whole machine) I would lose the network connection. When the video was working fine so what the network adapter, when the video acted up so did the network adapter. I install a MSI PCI-e video card, it went well, then the recovery msg came back and just complained about a different driver, this time one associated with the nvidia drivers. I ran a memory test, sfc /scannow/ chkdsk and nothing was wrong. I really don't think that it is either video application at all. The owner said it just began 11-14-12 a day after a Windows Defender Update, but I don't think it was that either. Any direction/suggestions would be VERY MUCH appreciated. I have attached a Speccy text summary, just in case that helps.
Edited by snglnluvnit, 25 November 2012 - 08:46 AM.