After updating display adapter computer shutsdown


03-Dec-2017 13:25

Model: CKWF602 --, I have to force-shutdown the machine and boot it again.

System Model Inspiron 5547 System Type x64-based PC System SKU 063F Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4510U CPU @ 2.00GHz, 2601 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s) BIOS Version/Date Dell Inc. This did fix my issue for a week, but then Windows pushed a driver update, which brought the problem back again (Darnit, Microsoft! I tried that fix again, but this time it did not work.

I then try to re-enable the connection manually through the adapter settings, and the small "Enabling..." window comes up.

It stays there indefinitely and the connection never gets fixed.

Sometimes simply unplugging the adapter and reinserting it works, but usually it doesn't.

If I click my wireless icon and click "troubleshoot problems", sometimes it fixes it but usually it get stuck on "resetting the wireless connection".

I cannot boot windows anymore, so I have to enter safe mode (or integrated graphics) and uninstall drivers amd (I've with amd uninstall utility), and then restart windows.

I used the Dell auto-detect utility to update my drivers.

I installed win 10 (stick boot) , and it installed his drivers automaticly , should I reinstall all the drivers from dell ? hy, I searched for driver update for each item from "device manager" and updated a driver intel related , and also found a bios update , this didn't solved my problem , I think I will try to reinstall all drivers as you sayd , my biggest concern is that this started to happen after I upgraded from a hdd to a ssd and that hdd ...

I make fresh install of windows 10 64 bits build 1151, Install all windows updates , Install chipset driver, When I try to install graphics card drivers the computer hangs, just in the moment when it is updating graphic controller, the screen is frreezes and I cannot move the mouse, nothing works, so I have to force a restart.

I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling the adapter (multiple times), deleting the network info and setting it up again, updating all of my device drivers through the device manager, and I even reinstalled Windows so I could start as "from scratch" as possible. I'd really rather not have to rearrange my entire living room just to put my computer close enough to the modem to use an Ethernet cable, or try to route 25 feet of cable neatly around the room.

, I have to force-shutdown the machine and boot it again.The reason I am assuming it is linked to the Intel Driver, is because I tried disabling the driver from Device Manager, however by doing so, even the screen won't switch off - it "glows black". I already tried temporarily uninstalling the driver, or picking an earlier driver version, but the issue persists so I don't know what else to try.Rolling Windows back to an earlier state is not possible, because the only restore point is OS Name Microsoft Windows 10 Home Version 10.0.10240 Build 10240 Other OS Description Not Available OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation System Name NGC224 System Manufacturer Dell Inc.Normally you should give this when asking for help Look at label on base Finally have you made a recovery disk set using Dell utility?