Windows 10 Pro x64
Version of the graphics driver: 184.108.40.20623 from 11/18/2018
When the driver rolls back (up to version 220.127.116.1178 from 02/28/2018), the performance is restored.
How can this be corrected?
I also checked OpenGl with glewinfo.exe:
Hash Container: +++ WER7 +++: Container error 1418963120045572908, type 4 Event Name: APPCRASH Response: No data CAB ID: 0 Signature problems: P1: glewinfo.exe P2: 18.104.22.168 P3: 597f17a3 P4: ig9icd64.dll P5: 22.214.171.12423 P6: 5ba3fd9c P7: c0000005 P8: 000000000001f82e P9: P10: Attached files: \\? \ C: \ ProgramData \ Microsoft \ Windows \ WER \ Temp \ WERC7BB.tmp.WERInternalMetadata.xml \\? \ C: \ Users \ ****** \ AppData \ Local \ Temp \ WERCD1B.tmp.appcompat.txt These files can be found here: C: \ ProgramData \ Microsoft \ Windows \ WER \ ReportArchive \ AppCrash_glewinfo.exe_3bb7c69ceeeebefb40e060855563610af4a7a_d17f185d_d65fcde5 Analysis symbol: Repeat solution: 0 Report ID: 5c00697d-f896-4b18-9a7f-8ec15859584c Report Status: 1
The computer is assembled from the components on its own.
All drivers are downloaded via Windows Update.
The drivers you provided could not be installed.
The installer says: "This installation package is not supported by this type of processor."