Artifacts and crash system after start?

Laptop Acer Extensa 2511-g

Sat watching a series on your favorite dreske, at some point the entire screen went to artifacts, but a moment later stopped. A few hours later the screen was covered with artifacts, but it is finite. After reboot the system once everything was in the artifacts.

Is logical to assume that the GPU was covered. Quietly launched Windows 10 PE and for half an hour spinning video in 2K without any problem, after tried to reinstall the system, thinking that the problem is her.
Reinstalled, downloaded the browser, archiver, updated drivers and started the same story...

Thought about viruses to neighboring HDD, but this is a direct XS

RAM is fine, tested in MemTest, SSD is also intact.

Tired, don't know what to do, help to save on service centers. Sorry for langrid of incomprehensible actions, ask.
March 20th 20 at 11:39
2 answers
March 20th 20 at 11:41
Solution
Most likely in your case out of order video card.
Why in the WinPE you have everything working without any problems? The fact that WinPE is missing the driver for your video card and this video mode is displayed with the integrated processor card.
Recommendations:
1. Try different drivers for your graphics card (unlikely that will help)
2. Disable the graphics card in the BIOS (if possible) or put it on the driver and use the laptop for simple things - watching a video/office applications/Internet
3. Because in your model of laptop the graphics card is discrete this means that it can be replaced as a separate charge, try to find the same, or to contact the service center.

P. S. And check, just in case the temperature from all sensors, but is unlikely the problem.
Understand, your decision is the most logical, but how could I not want to believe in it :D - Summer.Aufderhar commented on March 20th 20 at 11:44
I agree, watched the review, it really is soldered, I just first read its specifications, it was written for card type Discrete, I have it associated with single cards =) - graham.Schuster commented on March 20th 20 at 11:47
March 20th 20 at 11:43
Solution
Quietly launched Windows 10 PE and for half an hour spinning video

On the internal or "external" with "core"?

updated drivers and started the same story...

And if you roll back?

RAM is fine, tested in MemTest, SSD is also intact.

And why the heck?

A few hours later the screen was covered with artifacts

At least show (or tell, but sure) what exactly, and you know, for some artifacts is responsible Videoprocessor for others Videoplate.
@Monserrat.Wal, uh, as far as I know, the charge is heated in place with the chip removed, but the question is, is it possible to put in place the same, something interesting? - Summer.Aufderhar commented on March 20th 20 at 11:58
@kayli.Johns0, Videoprocessor died, what a pity :(
On the other hand, replacement if necessary, will cost from 2.5 to 3 thousand.
The chip + work – thousand-fifteen

Video card though is called "discrete", but is soldered on the motherboard itself.
(previously, they also called integrated, because they were not a separate fee, and was on the motherboard, but it was the desktops) - gregg.Doy commented on March 20th 20 at 11:52
@bradly.Reiche, and the fourth cable! I won :P - gregg.Doy commented on March 20th 20 at 11:55
At least show (or tell, but sure) what exactly, and you know, for some artifacts is responsible Videoprocessor for others Videoplate.


But for the third monitor ))) - rita_Ledner commented on March 20th 20 at 11:46
1. Judging by the comment below on the embedded, but the driver I do not roll by itself

2. Is not possible(see video)

3. whynot???

4. https://youtu.be/f3d8CSWRcIo - Summer.Aufderhar commented on March 20th 20 at 11:49
@kayli.Johns0, cost warm up "bottom heat" to avoid being led (not curved), plus easier to work top heated, which actually melts the solder under the chip.

You can, for example GeForce 9300M GS (this - sure, you have his younger brother), the others will Balk at the amount of memory, 256 is not enough for them, and may not have been. - gregg.Doy commented on March 20th 20 at 12:01

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