buggy wrote:Thank you Glimpse. I posted to see if it might be common to people running multiple GPUs on high-end machines, but apparently not . . .
Perhaps it is something about my particular machine, and not Windows, but it did coincide with the anniversary update, and the thread on the MS forum seemed to confirm that I am not alone.
I disabled my antivirus s/w today and it hasn't locked up, so perhaps there's hope in that. However, it has even frozen on the login screen, which is before the AV s/w has even loaded, so who knows. I'm crossing my fingers!
I had that issue on my home workstation; so I rolled back to a previous update (because nothing else worked) I've since allowed it to install a bunch of updates and it's working...
Interestingly on my work machine the anniversary edition caused lockups, disappearing start menu (seemed to be a dual screen & RDP issue, and recreating my profile didn't fix it)then apps stopped working; nothing would happen when you click the icon to start them, not even an error or a blip on the CPU usage!
For the work machine I ended up creating a new windows10 install USB using the windows media creation thingy (uses the latest version available) and installing from scratch... it's a PITFA on a workstation because you needed to set up all your shortcuts, settings, symbolic links and workflow aids, but it works like a dream now.
Is your win10 an upgrade from win7? Or did you buy the pc with win10 preloaded?