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ModelingStar Trek ship Modeling Question

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  • ChiefBrexChiefBrex204 North CarolinaPosts: 82Member
    Good news - Figured out the problem. The PCI ports that the card is plugged into, the drivers were out of date. That's why the computer couldn't update to build 1903, and why the card was suddenly "deactivated".

    In the process now of updating the graphics card drivers, and then will try and update Windows again.
  • MadKoiFishMadKoiFish1360 West of the right nutPosts: 3,933Member
    edited August 29 #33
    weird, chipset drivers shouldn't cause such issues over time, but if win10 assigned something broken or inappropriate I guess that would cause it.
    Anyhow whatever it was sounds like youll be back up and running all that matters ne?

    [edit half a though got on the entry, rest evaporated into the brain ether!]
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  • BrandenbergBrandenberg642 CaliforniaPosts: 1,141Member
    That's good news. It's always nice to figure out what is going on and solve it.
  • ChiefBrexChiefBrex204 North CarolinaPosts: 82Member
    Yeah, I at least fixed the driver problems, but then there was a 1803 update that hadn't been installed yet either, which the Windows Updater wasn't picking up on. Installed that. Now trying to get the 1903 update to install. Cross your fingers/antennae that it'll work this time.
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