Windows 10: Dual GPU make my win10 very unstable

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  1. Dual GPU make my win10 very unstable


    Hi,

    I have a two GPU(2 * 1080ti) PC and my PC crash frequently(black screen every few minutes)

    At first thouth it was GPU malfunction, so I test them individually, but both works good and win10 is stable then.

    But when put two GPU on the motherboard, the screen frequently losing signal and system freezing.

    At first, it only losing signal or freezing when under load, but it's getting worse, so i reinstall the win10, but still not solve the problem, even when i enter the windows hello, it will losing signal or freezing when i type in pin to log in.

    This setup works fine at first, but it's getting worse recently. So i don'thardw think it's the hardware issue

    here is my Spec:

    AMD 3900X

    Asus rog stirx 1080ti * 2(No SLI)

    32g ram

    Corsair RM1000 PSU

    Asus X470 f gaming MOBO.


    I tried using the latest driver(game driver and studio driver), tried testing both GPU individually. Tried reinstall Win10.

    Nothing works, it's so upset and frustrating.

    Please let me know what I can do now.

    :)
     
    BaoRichard, Oct 21, 2019
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    exodusprime1337, Oct 21, 2019
    #2
  3. Dual Boot Win7 & Win10


    Here are my steps for dual booting:

    • Create a system image - store it on an external drive

    • Disconnect from the Internet and stay disconnected - part of the install asks about connecting
      - do NOT connect just yet.

    • Create the space for the 2nd OS.
      This is tricky - drives initialized as MBR can only have 4 partitions (an extended partition allows for more),
      many OEMs create 4 primary parts and you have to adjust their disk schema.

      Post a Disk Management screen shotClose the left and right panes
      The columns should also be stretched to clearly show the values, most important is the Status column
      If you have many drives, you might have to adjust the middle separator and drag the bottom edge of the window down to show the maximum information.
      Then in the View menu, pick Top and change it to disk list - no need to post a pic - just note the initialized format (MBR | GPT) and post the information.
    • Unless the 2nd OS will be used on a daily basis, keep the space to a minimum.
      Win10 + pgms on my machine takes up about 15 GB.
      I don't use Win10TP as my main OS - that's Win8.1, so data isn't a concern.
      30 - 50 GB is more than sufficient.

    • Once the space is available - take your time here - there are traps with MBR disks.
      If your disk is initialized GPT, no problem - easy! But... MBR - make sure you know what you're doing.
      Just free up enough unallocated space,
      -> do not create a partition and do not format the space.

    • When you're ready to install Win10, use a disc to avoid EFI issues.
      1. Boot to the Win10 install disc (see your machine documentation on accessing the Boot Order menu at startup)

        +editA
        These steps are probably NOT necessary, it was an afterthought when I installed Win10 the 3rd time as a dual boot to Vista. That is when I noticed the Win10 page file on my Vista boot drive - which caused Vista a bit of a problem (temporary page file created - yada, yada, yada) - I recreated the Win10 page file on it's own partition and then reallocated the Vista page file for good measure.

        At the first Win10 install screen, Press Shift+F10
        Then enter these commands in the Console window

        ^^ denotes comment, not a command
        Launch Diskpart
        lis vol

        ^^ remove the drive letters from all drives
        ^^ it's easier if you disconnect external drives that aren't needed for this exercise.

        sel vol #
        remove letter=
        ^^ specify the letter that was shown for that volume in the lis vol command
        ^^ repeat this (select volume, remove letter=) until there are no volumes with letters shown in lis vol
        lis vol
        exit
        close the Command prompt with the X in the upper right hand corner

        You should be back in the Win10 install now.-editA

      2. Answer the questions as if you were doing a clean installation (language, region, etc)

      3. Choose a custom install
        When it asks you where you want to install, choose the unallocated space
        Let the install complete, the rest should be easy.

    +editB
    When Win10 boots up, you shouldn't see any other drives - this is good.
    Configure the volumes for each OS - I suggest that you keep the two OSes separate, only expose the volumes you need to for each OS. Your Win7 should see everything except the Win10 volumes. Your Win10 should only see volumes you'll use in testing (i.e. what ever you create on the currently new and blank SSD).
    If you need data from your existing Win7 install, it's probably better to copy what you need than to expose your good data to Tech Preview code.
    -editB

    When Win7 boots up, you will see the Win10 drive - remove the letter from that drive. Keep your system separate.

    If at any step above you need some help, please ask ... you might have to wait, please wait. The hardest thing to do is wait and the easiest thing to do is "ooops, but I thought you meant...."

    I think I remembered all of the steps I took - but... I'm human too *Wink
     
    Slartybart, Oct 21, 2019
    #3
  4. Dual GPU make my win10 very unstable

    How to Clone 'dual boot' Win7/Win10 HDD to new SSD

    Hi Jackos,

    Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community.

    I suggest you to create a system image of Win7/Win10 and apply it to SSD.

    To create system image on Windows 10 follow the below steps.

    • Type File history in the search area on the taskbar and select File history.
    • Click on System image backup on the left bottom corner of the Window file history Window.
    • Click on Create System Image on the left panel of the System Image backup windows.
    • Select the driver, where you want to create system Image.
    • Follow on screen instruction.
    If you want to perform a dual boot you can refer to the below link and check if it helps:

    How to Dual Boot Windows 10 with Other Versions of Windows, macOS and Linux

    Please let us know if you face any issues with Windows.

    Thank you.
     
    Divya Murugan, Oct 21, 2019
    #4
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