Right now Im going through and installing my drivers, many of them are new ones compared to what I had before the install.After installing Intel Chipset SW 220.127.116.116(old one was 18.104.22.1687), I immediately got this error: VIDEO_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR, on a blue screen and windows restarted.When you have auto update enabled, your system periodically checks for new versions of Java.
Here is my computer make and model: Toshiba P50T-AIm wondering if anyone can help point me in the right direction as to what is going on, and which driver I need to focus on either rolling back or updating.
Like most Windows applications, Acrobat and Reader use Microsoft Windows Installer technology for installing updates.
Obviously when I see a video error, and then google search it and all I can find is stuff about NVIDIA graphics cards, I assume it is that driver that failed.
However I find it very odd that everything ran fine up until I installed Intel chipset SW.
If you cannot resolve the problem after using the Fix it wizard, see the solutions in Error 1606 | Install | Acrobat 8, 9 | CS4.
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