Clean install of Windows 10, GeForce GTX 860 M, cannot launch games. + Sun



In some sort everything started working on its own, maybe there was some kind of download on the background of windows and before formatting windows 8 return, I decided to restart windows several times and everything slipped.

It's my strange solution... At least his work

So I suggest you to do every possible update on windows and 10 do a few reboots, there are some updates that we cannot follow probably, so let them settle and reboot the pc.

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    |   ----------------------------------------------------

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