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Code 37 on Display Adapter


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#1 tupakhriz

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 09:29 PM

Hello, i have an issue on my Display Adapter, i have an Intel HD 530 OnBoard. Yesterday. i tried to update it and the issue started as soon as i rebooted the pc after the update finished. now i get Error Code 37 in Device Manager on that device, also the resolution on my screen shrunk to 1024x768 and it doesn't fit the screen. the things i have tried:

-Fixing the Registry (With CCleaner and Free Windows Registry Repair plus trying to do it by CMD)

-Driver reinstall

-Trying to install older version of the driver

-Couldn't delete the UpperFilter and LowerFilter on the registry since they didn't appear on that device

-I had 2 partitions C for data files and D for windows file, i thought that was the problem so i merged both partitions, i had no luck with that

-I can't do a system restore since i never did a system backup (also there's no option to Factory Reset)

-if i uninstall the driver the code 37 error dissapears but the screen still unfits

-I tried all the above in Windows Safe Mode and Normal Mode

Please i really don't want to wipe the HDD Thanks in Advance

 



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#2 bludgard

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 10:37 PM

-Fixing the Registry (With CCleaner and Free Windows Registry Repair plus trying to do it by CMD)

-Driver reinstall

Please i really don't want to wipe the HDD Thanks in Advance

First off is not good news. "Optimizing", "Repairing" and/or "Fixing" Windows registry is asking for issues.

Hate to say it but I would reinstall and give registry cleaners/fixers a wide berth.

Only thing I can add is when one gets the machine where one wants it: Create image backup(s) of the HDD in case of future failures.

One can try to get rid off all graphics drivers via Display Driver Uninstaller. I have used it before with positive results but I would not bet on it. May be worth a try before reinstalling....

Then there is the problem of chip-set, apropos drivers and installing them in the proper order (if this is still the case?).


Edited by bludgard, 19 May 2017 - 10:39 PM.


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Posted 25 May 2017 - 06:29 AM

You don't say which Windows version is on the computer. 

 

Have you tried going back to a restore point from before you updated the driver? 

 

Enter 'System Restore' into the Start menu search box to find it.  It's different to a backup and may be available to you if turned on.


Edited by fraserspur, 25 May 2017 - 06:31 AM.


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Posted 25 May 2017 - 10:56 PM

You don't say which Windows version is on the computer. 

 

Have you tried going back to a restore point from before you updated the driver? 

 

Enter 'System Restore' into the Start menu search box to find it.  It's different to a backup and may be available to you if turned on.

 

All of this.  Stop using registry fixing/cleaning software.

 

Run chkdsk

Check Hardware Manager, enable "show hidden devices" and report any flags

Run sfc /scannow

Try Tweaking.com.

 

You fidget too much with your computer. If you continue you are going to turn into a Tech and have a long history of screwing up your computer as the tuition for your degree.






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