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EvanDavis

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Recntly and randomly my screen has started going black when I am gaming. I have followed a few fixes but it still happens. When I look in Device Manager under Display Adaptors I see two entries. Why is this and is it normal ?
 

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Is this a laptop? Looks like onboard graphics is lacking drivers.

see my post ...

Need more info on what you have there.
 

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Is this a laptop?
Desktop. I did what you suggested in your link before you had posted and now I get this.

Edit: Correction I looked in Windows Updates after deleting Windows Basic and there was an update for Intel which I installed. Question is, why are there two entries for drivers ?
 

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why are there two entries for drivers ?
Because you have two graphic 'cards' installed. Get the motherboard manual and take a look for 'onboard' graphics.

You can simply disable the Intel one. :)
 

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