Chuckhole

Problem running GPU test

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I get a  "problem running this test. Try again or reinstall..." when running GPU test.
I have Dell Precision 5520 laptop with both an Intel 630 integrated and an Nvidia Quadro M1200 GPU.

I also get the following when searching the forum:

Sorry, there is a problem
Something went wrong. Please try again.
Error code: EX1064

Edited by Chuckhole
Forgot search error

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On 2017-11-19 at 7:04 AM, Chuckhole said:

I also get the following when searching the forum:

Sorry, there is a problem
Something went wrong. Please try again.
Error code: EX1064

The search issue should now be resolved

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On ‎19‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 3:04 PM, Chuckhole said:

I get a  "problem running this test. Try again or reinstall..." when running GPU test.

 

I get same issue as Chuckhole, have updated all drivers, uninstalled, reinstalled novabench but cant complete the gpu test.

OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Home

System: HP Omen Notebook
CPU: Intel Core i5-6300HQ running at 2.79GHz
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 530 / GeForce GTX 950m
 8GB Ram.

Thanks in advance :)

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Ditto for me.
Something I noticed is that it reports the MX150 GPU while running the FPS, but the final report only lists the Kaby-Lake-R's integrated GPU "Intel UHD Graphics 620"
 

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Same issue here. Novabench lists the system as having only the integrated Intel HD 630, but actually runs the GPU test on the NVidia GTX 1050. Then it says "There was an issue running this test. Please reinstall if the issue continues"....or some such thing.

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Exactly same for me on laptop with Intel Graphics 520 and AMD Radeon M335. Drivers up to date. This didn't happen with previous version of Novabench.

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To Upgrade Drivers for your GPU:

Visit the Nvidia webpage https://www.geforce.com/drivers.

Visit the AMD webpage https://support.amd.com/en-us/download

Visit the Intel Webpage https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/detect.html

Visit the IObit webpage to install driver booster to upgrade your other drivers https://www.iobit.com/en/driver-booster.php?

Upgrading the drivers to the latest version is always the first step to finding issues with your hardware. Please note that 3rd party software (Such as driver booster), doesn't always find the latest version for every device. If you're having compatibility issues, searching manually through the manufacturer's webpage is always the first step.  

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Sorry Xaine but that’s the first thing anyone would do before even creating a post don’t you think?...but no problem still exists and is only apparent using novabench.

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