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W10 1809 Stability Issues - Driver update?
With the above in mind, vGPU 9.0 has just been released, and this [b][u]does[/u][/b] have support for W10 1903 if you wanted to move to it. I've tested W10 1809 with vGPU 9.0, and for me, the issue still remains. So my recommendation would be to skip W10 1809 and go to W10 1903. Regards Ben
With the above in mind, vGPU 9.0 has just been released, and this does have support for W10 1903 if you wanted to move to it.

I've tested W10 1809 with vGPU 9.0, and for me, the issue still remains. So my recommendation would be to skip W10 1809 and go to W10 1903.

Regards

Ben

#16
Posted 06/21/2019 05:37 PM   
Once again: This is not a vGPU issue so independent from vGPU version. It can only be reproduced with Citrix stack involved and Citrix is already further investigating. @Ben: Thanks for testing with 1903 as we now have at least a workaround until Citrix provides a fix for 1809. regards Simon
Once again:
This is not a vGPU issue so independent from vGPU version. It can only be reproduced with Citrix stack involved and Citrix is already further investigating.
@Ben: Thanks for testing with 1903 as we now have at least a workaround until Citrix provides a fix for 1809.

regards
Simon

#17
Posted 06/22/2019 10:52 AM   
Thanks! I can confirm 1803 and 1903 are working fine without BSODs.
Thanks! I can confirm 1803 and 1903 are working fine without BSODs.

#18
Posted 06/26/2019 07:21 AM   
W10 1903 works for us, too - even with K1 and much older drivers... Regards, 'doc
W10 1903 works for us, too - even with K1 and much older drivers...

Regards,
'doc

#19
Posted 07/18/2019 11:46 AM   
I am running W10 1809 and Driver 8.1.940. I still have freeze issues with multi monitors. Going to W10 1903 is not option right now. Does anybody if there will be a updated driver? regard, Floris
I am running W10 1809 and Driver 8.1.940. I still have freeze issues with multi monitors.
Going to W10 1903 is not option right now. Does anybody if there will be a updated driver?

regard,

Floris

#20
Posted 07/24/2019 12:08 PM   
Hi Floris, as mentioned above this issue is related to Citrix and not a NV driver issue. So how should this be fixed with an updated driver? You should contact Citrix if you cannot move to Win10 1903
Hi Floris,

as mentioned above this issue is related to Citrix and not a NV driver issue. So how should this be fixed with an updated driver? You should contact Citrix if you cannot move to Win10 1903

#21
Posted 07/24/2019 05:41 PM   
EDIT: 1809 still has an issue. We're going to stick with 1607LTSB or 1903.
EDIT: 1809 still has an issue. We're going to stick with 1607LTSB or 1903.

#22
Posted 08/01/2019 01:27 PM   
We ran into a problem with dxgkrnl.sys causing a BSOD. Also Windows 10 1809 with driver version 431.02. We created a support ticket at Citrix. If we have a solution, i'll post it here. For your reference: Xendesktop 7.15CU4 Nvidia grid M10, driver version 431.02 VDA 1906.2 Windows 10 Enterprise 1809 Vmware tools 10346 ESXi 6.7.0 13981272
We ran into a problem with dxgkrnl.sys causing a BSOD. Also Windows 10 1809 with driver version 431.02.

We created a support ticket at Citrix. If we have a solution, i'll post it here.

For your reference:
Xendesktop 7.15CU4
Nvidia grid M10, driver version 431.02
VDA 1906.2
Windows 10 Enterprise 1809
Vmware tools 10346
ESXi 6.7.0 13981272

#23
Posted 08/27/2019 09:48 AM   
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