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It might be time to change out my Nvidia graphics (960GT) for an AMD card. I have the latest Nvidia drivers and Edius 9.31. Ever since the last big Windows 10 update, I've had nothing but issues between the Nvidia and embedded Intel graphics, which Edius depends on for faster processing when exporting. If I have Nvidia plugged in, Edius will still try to use Intel graphics to speed up Edius, BUT, you will get a "catastrophic failure," when you do this. I panicked, but solved the problem by disconnecting Nvidia during exporting in Edius, and that works. There are also some audio driver issues that I didn't have before. I discovered this with PowerDirector 17. PD17 will also crash the computer after creating a 3D bluray, when you try and close it, especially if you did a 3D preview of the menu before you create the bluray.
Also, PowerDVD gets mucked up once in a while with Nvidia plugged in as it forces the screen into 720p for 3D and does not switch back when I exit PowerDVD. If I unplug Nvidia and use the Intel Processor, PowerDVD works as it should.
You know me, I'm the adventurous type when it comes to have the latest drivers and updates...lol.