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BSOD with Matrox Drivers and Windows 7 Pro on Gen 8

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Joe_Miner

Wanted to report that I've discovered that when running with Windows 7 Pro 64b on my Gen8 MicroServer I hit a BSOD frequently with the Maxtrox G200eH Video Controller Driver ofr Windows Server 2008 x64 6.12.1.1030 (30 Mar 2015) cp023660.exe installed.  When I removed the Maxtrox life was good with no BSOD's.  When I did an install without the Maxtrox life was also good with no BSOD's.  As soon as I put the cp023660.exe in there life began to tank with BSOD's frequently. 

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schoondoggy

Do you know what the version is on the driver that is giving you BSOD?

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Joe_Miner

6.12.1.1030 (30 Mar 2015) cp023660.exe

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Joe_Miner

Thanks Schoon!  I realize now what you were asking -- I saw it but didn't remember it (it's hell to get old).

 

It was a little disconcerting at first -- I thought I'd finally broke it :)

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schoondoggy

6.12.1.1030 (30 Mar 2015) cp023660.exe

Oh, like it sezs in your first post! :-)

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TomP

I got 'Standard VGA Graphics Adapter' showing in W7 Device Manager, so tried to install both cp023660 and the Intel drivers and both give an error. Advice would be very welcome

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rocketeer

Wanted to report that I've discovered that when running with Windows 7 Pro 64b on my Gen8 MicroServer I hit a BSOD frequently with the Maxtrox G200eH Video Controller Driver ofr Windows Server 2008 x64 6.12.1.1030 (30 Mar 2015) cp023660.exe installed.  When I removed the Maxtrox life was good with no BSOD's.  When I did an install without the Maxtrox life was also good with no BSOD's.  As soon as I put the cp023660.exe in there life began to tank with BSOD's frequently. 

Hi Joe,

     Thanks for your remind. I have the similar problem that the drivers download from HP cannot be installed in Win7 X64. I am wondering that have you solved the problem?

BTW, thanks for your detailed explainations of the Win 7 installation guide.

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