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if you find the remarks at your previous post patronising i won't count on much understanding for this one.

you really have to update drivers. Thats most likely all, not more, not less.

And if it's something different... read the post and follow the advise there ... getting advise to use google or a searchbox at this forums is meant to help you.

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if you find the remarks at your previous post patronising i won't count on much understanding for this one.

you really have to update drivers. Thats most likely all, not more, not less.

And if it's something different... read the post and follow the advise there ... getting advise to use google or a searchbox at this forums is meant to help you.

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So its patronising to tell you, that a new OS always requires new drivers (no matter how new they were before you made the update) and that its likely, considering the error message you get, that thats what causes problems?

If you already updated your drivers _after_ you installed Windows 10, you need to include that in your reply, so people can be more effecient with providing possible solutions. Right now, it would be a great help to be a little more precicse why the suggestion to update drivers isn't working for your computer.

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It's almost impossible to offer specific advice without information about the specific problem. "I lost SL" doesn't tell us much. The most basic step is of course to update your video drivers, because drivers have to be matched to your new OS. It's quite possible, however, that your problem has little or nothing to do with Windows 10, but is being caused by something else in your computer.  Without knowing anything at all about your machine, though, we can't even begin to guess what that might be.

Other threads in Answers and other forums may be useful to you, because people have asked about a range of different issues that they have had with Windows 10.  You may also find what you are looking for in the Firestorm support wiki at http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/win10 . If you want to provide extra information or need to clarify your question, click on the Options link in the upper right corner of your question and select EDIT. Please do not start a new thread. Doing that makes it hard for us to see what other people have already suggested, and it pushes other residents' questions off the page.

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