When I execute my kernels, I'm frequently seeing a Blue Screen of Death with the .6025 driver on my Win10 workstation.
The processor is a Core i7-7820HQ (HD 630). There is also a Quadro M1200 onboard.
The Win10 version is not the latest as this is a corporate machine: v1607 / 14393.2189.
The same kernels never BSoD on my home machine (NUC7i5BNK) with the latest Win10.
I'm going to revert but let me know if there is any log or dump that might help debug this.
The BSoD report is:
The Stop Code is: SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
What failed: dxgmms2.sys
Again, this happens on a Dell 5520 laptop with both a HD630 and a Quadro M1200 onboard and running Win 10 Enterprise (v1607).
The same code never BSoDs on either an Apollo Lake N4200 or NUC 7i5BNK running the latest Win10 Pro.
Older drivers (e.g. .4664) don't crash either.
There is clearly a major driver bug.
I'll look to file it. Thanks for your report.
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