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Fixing Error Code 43 On Graphics Processor Units (Gpu)


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#1 Dominick M.

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Posted 14 June 2016 - 08:37 AM

A user who asked a question in the 247fixes IRC Chatroom disappeared, so I've posted this here in case he decides to check the forums, as well as for future references.

 

If Windows stops a device due to code 43, chances are you have a driver issue. Especially if it's your graphics.

 

First thing's first, check Windows Update. Install any updates as applicable.

 

Secondly, if you're running Windows 10 and your manufacturer has for whatever reason not released Windows 10 drivers, then you need to search for BETA drivers. Majority of beta drivers are developed and tested on Windows 10. Commonly with nVidia graphics on Windows 10, you need the BETA drivers or you will come across a 800x600 screen resolution with no adapter information whatsoever.

 

If you have any questions pertaining to a certain error code, or graphics driver, feel free to reply and I will assist you the best I can.






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