weird diagonal moving line when booting up windows 10 10565 with virtualization on

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by robmadden1, Oct 25, 2015.

  1. robmadden1

    robmadden1 MDL Member

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    Has anyone ever had this problem? Windows 10 seems to function fine even with that. I see it when its just starting to boot with the HP logo. It flashes then I get the line for a few seconds then it gos to the blue screen then the login screen. Enter my pin and it finishes going to desktop. Should I worry about this?
     
  2. T-S

    T-S MDL Guru

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    Possibly you are on a c2duo Intel machine?

    Some of them have a known bug that does artifacts if the RAM is not in dual channel and the VT IO functions are enabled on the BIOS.

    Solution disable VT IO functions or use matched RAM modules eg 2x2GB <---(must be identical), instead of 1x4GB
     
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  3. robmadden1

    robmadden1 MDL Member

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    I am using a under clocked i3 with 6gb of ram I will turn it off as I was just testing out windroye with it. My laptop came this way. I plan on at somepoit maxing it out when ever cruial can detect what the max amount of ram should be.
     
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    #4 robmadden1, Oct 25, 2015
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    Turned off VT and still get the artifacts only started after upgrading to windows 10 pro build 10565. I kept failing to get into bios because I was not pressing the f10 key fast enough as it was booting turned it off about 3 times till I got into bios and turned VT on then it had the automatic repair come up then I told it to finish booting then I noticed the artifacts that are there everytime I reboot now.

    Should I go back to previous build if its possible since I upgraded to pro after installing this build or just wait for the next build to see if it fixes everything when TH2 is out if I can upgrade to it?
     
  5. Simple07

    Simple07 MDL Senior Member

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    Don't worry about it, it is a bug in B10565, if you install B10568 you will notice that it is gone..
     
  6. robmadden1

    robmadden1 MDL Member

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    thanks for letting me know I'll just wait for the next build then to come to me in windows updates from the fast ring since this is just a machine that I just use with bluestacks mostly.
     
  7. T-S

    T-S MDL Guru

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    So, no. You shouldn't be affected by that problem it's a c2duo chipset only problem. (and Simple07 message confirms)
     
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    robmadden1 MDL Member

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    I would updae to build 10568 but dont want to be locked out of the offical build from the insider fast ring.
     
  9. T-S

    T-S MDL Guru

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    Each one has it's habits. Personally I don't care about the insider things given I can download the ISO each time i like, w/o having to mess with MS accounts, and also being able to clean the images from the crap before installing them.
     
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