It has. I have updated my nvidia drivers. It's not the most recent. The whole reason I wanted to access safe mode was to update them actually. I planned to use this third party program to wipe my drivers, but I wanted to do it in safe mode. The reason I want to wipe them is that I have been having issues with a blue border appearing in full screen for games that I enable compatibility mode for. (Basically look up skyrim blue border fullscreen. That's the issue I'm having with all my games but only if I enable compatibility mode and try to play full screen with it.)
I was actually curious if I could update the generic video driver? Or intel driver. I'm not exactly sure what the driver is, but I do know that when I uninstall both nvidia drivers, I am still able to see my desktop. Knowing this from past experience.
I do have the sli version, yes. Dual 755m version. I don't know if disabling sli from the nvidia control panel will make any difference in the matter.
There is no fast boot option in bios, but there is a secure boot. I tested it just now and it's a no go unfortunately.
Thank you. I appreciate the help
Edited by DualShear, 03 July 2014 - 12:52 AM.