I am experiencing a problem with the most recent updates for my XPS 13. The Intel graphics driver “Intel-HD-620-and-Iris-Graphics-640_4MRV7_WIN_220.127.116.1171_A08.EXE” prevents the auto installation of the available updates. Downloading the file and installing it manually led to a blue screen and “Windows didn’t start properly…” message. Trying to install it in Safe mode was an even worse idea – major blue screen, had to restore windows from the previous restore point to get it running again. Dell update keeps prompting me to install an update including this driver, but there is clearly a major incompatibility somewhere. The files for “Chipset |Intel Management Engine Components Installer” and “Chipset |Intel Chipset Device Software Driver” won’t install either, but at least they don’t cause blue screens. The recent BIOS update and other driver updates have installed (manually) fine. Any advice appreciated.
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What is the blue screen error message you get, please share the error code.
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Hi. The error was with dxgmmx2.sys. When checking for Windows updates last night I installed the latest build, without any problems, and after doing so the recommendation to update the problem driver disappeared. Presumably the new Windows build includes the new driver, and is clearly compatible with it. Thank you for your interest, but the problem has been solved by the windows update.
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Sadly I spoke too soon. Dell update subsequently poppggged up asking to update the same driver and unwisely I accepted. This time it really bricked my laptop. Wouldn’t boot into windows. After three failed restarts the diagnostic option kicks in. It runs and finds no fault, restart PC is the only option. Simply loops through the process endlesly. Everytime we boot the laptop now we get a BSOD error is SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION in file dxgmms2.sys and we can not get the system to get into windows 10. We have been able to get the system to boot by going into safe mode removing the device in device manager but now we only have the default WIndows driver which has no functionalilty and we are unable to install any video driver as if we do we are back to the BSOD. Any suggestions as we are desperate for a fix.
Update: finally managed to install an older version of the graphics driver and the system is now running again -- but still wants to install the new Intel HD 620 and Iris Graphics 640 driver, which I will avoid like the plague. I am now terrified of ever updating any version of this driver, as it bricked my system into a state that needed a bootable Win 10 USB stick and more than a full day's work by my IT manager to get running again.