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Video Scheduler Internal Error_Win10

Randomly, upon waking from sleep, my computer receives a BSOD with the phrasing "Video Scheduler Internal Error" and a QR Code. I have run chkdsk, memory check, and even Windows Fresh Start, all to no avail. I have checked all online forums and this is my first post about it, so please forgive and re-direct if this isn't the right place to post, or if there is better information elsewhere. Any help is much appreciated.

Here are my specs:
Windows 10 Home
Version 1703
OS Build 15063.608
Intel Core i5-3570K CPU @ 3.40GHz
16.0 GB RAM
64-bit OS, x64-based processor
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660

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There are a few common reasons.

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Please advise: Motherboard settings updated

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Thank you. I updated the Motherboard settings.
I have an MSI Z77A-GD55
The new settings read:

Integrated Graphics Devices Configuration
Initiate Graphic Adapter [PEG]
Integrated Graphics Share Memory [64M]
DVMT Memory [256MB]
IGD Multi-Monitor [Enabled}
(I should have mentioned previously that I have a dual monitor setup.)

Do these settings look correct for the solution you suggested?

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Here's the thing.

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I shared the most common fixes I run into. You have to try it to see if it helped.

As to using the onboard, you should find this to blow up under some conditions. You have the GTX 660 so use that for heavy graphics.

Can you reduce the DVMT memory further.

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DVMT Memory

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Good Afternoon,

I apologize for the delayed response, as you have been so kind and speedy with yours. Your suggestion seems to have fixed the problem (fingers crossed very hard!) and I wanted to give it several days just to make sure. But I haven't had a BSOD since updating the BIOS settings.

I am operating now under the "if it ain't broke..." mindset, but I am wondering, what is the benefit to decreasing the DVMT memory further? Would there be one, if everything seems to be working fine now (including my games) or should I only try it if I start getting BSODs again?

Thank you!

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It's a problem for many.

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What if it breaks again? Then you open a new discussion but my google thought here is to check out and try the most common fixes since what's next is expensive (new hardware!)

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BSOD from Windows 10 Sleep_Solved

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Thank you for your help. Here's hoping this has solved it!

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