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- Mar 4 2020, 11:35 AM (12 w, 17 s)
Hi @Clément Foucault (fclem) , yes, under Graphics settings I made sure that Classic App was selected in the drop down list, added Blender.exe and chose options for Blender. The dialog stated that Power Saving GPU is set to Intel and High Performance GPU is set to NVIDIA. By default the preference was set to "System Default". I changed this to "Power saving" to enforce selection of Intel. This did the trick! Or at least I was now able to launch Blender without the crash. Odd, but I don't mind as long as it continues to work. :)
Hi @Clément Foucault (fclem) , running blender_debug_gpu_glitchworkaround.cmd produced only the file blender_debug_output.txt with exactly the same content as I showed above (I checked the file date stamp and the file was newly generated i.e. is not a left-over from my previous attempt).
I installed the latest stable Intel drivers dated 5/5/2020 (win10_100.8190). After this things are worse, I think... This is what I get now:
Sat, May 23
I just downloaded this 2.83Beta, but alas, no luck launching. It When I start it from the command prompt a new window frame appears briefly but will close before it is properly initialised. This is displayed in teh command prompt window:
Mar 4 2020
I am also suffering from this problem i.e. Blender 2.82 occasionally works, but more often than not fails to start. The issued error messages are in the attachment.