It is obvious from your previous responses that you are both technically inept as well as a novice when it comes to VMS software and this industry in general.Glad I'm able to keep my cool while the 'moderator' curses at me and tells me how dumb I am.
More confirmation that this popsicle stand is ran by amateurs.
you can manually install the intel update if you have problems again..I started having the memory leak issue a couple days ago. Had to reboot my system (Dell OptiPlex 5040 with Intel HD Graphics 530) twice. I tried to roll back the driver listed on this thread, but it balked because I had a Dell-specific version of that driver installed. So, I downloaded an earlier version of that driver from Dell, and the RAM has been around 2 Gb for 6 hours.
Why dont you start with the post right above yours.Which version of the Intel Graphics Driver is the one we should be using? I just got my dedicated machine the day before yesterday and it has frozen up twice. I manually installed newest driver but unsure even after reading the thread which driver is proven to work.
I have the Intel HD Graphics 530 running on a Dell OptiPlex 5040 (i7-6700). I rolled back to the 220.127.116.1131 driver and haven't had a problem since (several weeks). RAM is consistently around 2.2Gb.
Sorry. Let's backup a second. What do you mean remove my video card? I use that for other items on my PC. Not sure I follow your instructions.no, normally you would leave it a 1, but there is something about your setup that is reporting improperly. Also remove the video card and use intel hd and enable hardware accleration