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    Display Drivers constantly crashing after windows update on Samsung desktop

    I have done a windows update on my Samsung desktop followed by which the display drivers of the gadget keeps constantly crashing. What has to be done to find a solution for this problem?



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    mahhiads Array
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    Re: Display Drivers constantly crashing after windows update on Samsung desktop

    Hello Friend,

    Just Try Some Steps :

    That Problem May Be Happened After The Update Process Because In Update Process When Corrupted File Installed In Update Than That Problem Occurred.

    >> So Open The Control Panel >> Program And Features

    >> Than Find The Graphics/Diaplay Driver In The List And

    >> Uninstalled The Driver After That Restart The PC

    >> Than Again Installed The Driver And Restart The PC

    >> Now Your System Work Properly....

    I Hope That Info Is Helpfully For You

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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Display Drivers constantly crashing after windows update on Samsung desktop

    Hi,

    The reason of what is happening to you are very clear from your observation.

    The update either corrupted those drivers or finding incompatible to run.

    Follow what i am suggesting :

    START > CONTROL PANEL > SYSTEM AND SECURITY > DEVICE MANAGER here check all the devices about their status, and UNINSTALL them one by one.

    Follow the same path and click UPDATE DRIVER for each of the uninstalled devices.This will again load the system the Updated Device Drivers to run the system.

    Thanks.

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    ghanathey swetha Array
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    Re: Display Drivers constantly crashing after windows update on Samsung desktop

    Hi.
    Follow the below steps.
    Download and install the windows update one by one manually, this would help to eliminate the update which is causing the issue.

    >Visit the Microsoft download website, type the "KB" number of the update in the search box, and then press enter.
    >In the list of search results, click on the Knowledge Base (KB) article link to go to the download page. If there's more than one listing, look for a link that goes to the Microsoft Download Center.
    >If there are multiple versions on the download page, find the appropriate one for your computer. Click on the Download button, and save the update to your desktop.
    >When prompted, click on Open to install the update.

    Thank you.

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