Windows 10: Bios, Windows and Desktop Artifacting

Discus and support Bios, Windows and Desktop Artifacting in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; ...sigh :'( It's me again. Can never seem to emerge victorious. So basically I've been using my PC for a few days now until suddenly today while I was... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Vellaura, Feb 27, 2021.

  1. Vellaura Win User

    Bios, Windows and Desktop Artifacting


    ...sigh :'( It's me again. Can never seem to emerge victorious.

    So basically I've been using my PC for a few days now until suddenly today while I was playing LOL my screen started glitching and I had to reset. When I did my BIOS logo started artifacting, then the Windows logo also artifacts and then I get to desktop and it's all glitchy and artifacty.

    The resolution is also lower like in safe mode.

    I'm suspecting my gpu is failing (fml, I literally thought I was out of the woods ready to go).

    When I press delete and go into bios menu it's all fine. Any tests I can do to make sure?

    I'm going to try another pcie slot and another cable for now.

    Windows 20H2

    Sigh :'(

    :)
     
    Vellaura, Feb 27, 2021
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  2. Try3 Win User

    Bios Artifact

    Try to take & post a photo of it so it can be recognised.

    To help you investigate the problem -
    I've enclosed an Event viewer, Custom view definition called Power - Restarts. Power - Restarts.zip
    You'll need to unzip it to make it ready for use.
    Open Event viewer [%windir%\system32\eventvwr.msc /s], click on Import Custom view [you'll see that on the right-hand side] and select Power - Restarts.xml.
    Then select Custom views, Power - Restarts and it will show you a timed list of computer startups.

    Bios, Windows and Desktop Artifacting [​IMG]


    Berton is probably right, the Power - Restarts times will probably be the same times as your attempts to come out of hibernation.

    If so, reinstall your display card driver before spending any time trying to delve deeper into things.
    - Display card drivers were identified by Windows 7 Help as one of the primary causes of sleep & hibernation problems.
    - There isn't any diagnostic test that would tell you it was definitely the cause so it's best to just get this step done at the start.

    Best of luck,
    Denis
     
  3. bios

    Hi all i am new in this forum, i need meanings step by step of each item listed in the bios Phoenix-Award
     
    central473, Feb 27, 2021
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  4. tzfrantic Win User

    Bios, Windows and Desktop Artifacting

    Bios Artifact

    on my computer resuming from hibernation i get artifacts on bios splash screen but no where esle and my games run fine with no issue or artifacts should i be worried??
     
    tzfrantic, Feb 27, 2021
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