You had a gray screen problem with NMM, switching to MO didn't fix it.
I think you need to sort out your computer setup before you move forward with correcting your game setup.
Your computer is misidentifying your video card.
1. AMD HD 7800 M series.
2. In PCI slot.
3. One Gb vram.
Those three statements can't all be true.
Since your computer is a desktop it should not be reporting an mobile GPU.
An AMD HD 7800 series GPU should be reporting TWO Gb vram.
I am going to suggest that:
You may have an incompatible driver.
You may need a BIOS update.
You may be experiencing hardware failure.
You may have your monitor hooked to the on-board graphics.
If your computer was manufactured by an OEM like Dell or HP or etc. did your check the manufacturer's support page for Window's 10 upgrade compatibility requirements and issues? If it has a proprietary BIOS it may need a proprietary GPU driver only available through the OEM.
If this is a DIY or custom built computer, what hardware is actually in the box (not what Windows is reporting)?
Thanks for weighing in.
I am using a Samsung Desktop https://www.samsung..../DP700A7D-X01US stock I have made no changes.
I ran a driver update program (driver agent) which showed that I needed some updates.
I updated every driver (which included some chipset).
I updated the AMD Driver ... yesterday there was nothing to update ... today there was.
I deleted the AMD gaming evolved software from the computer.
I ran a BIOS check which says I need a BIOS update but I can't find an update anywhere for it. The Samsung website does not provide one as far as I can tell.
I downloaded CPU-Z Which tells me the MotherBoard manufacturer and BIOS details but still can not find an update.
CPU-Z Identifies my graphics card correctly and says I clock at 300 MHz and have 150 MHz memory with 1024 MB memory with it.
My Device Manager is recognizing my AMD Radeon HD as it's display adapter.
When I start Skyrim in the upper Left hand corner is recognizes my AMD Radeon.
I am running windows 10 and I did do a compatibility check through the Samsung website. Everything seemed to come out ok.
As far as hardware failure, everything else works perfectly as far as I can tell. I only get this grey screen when I play Skyrim.
After all this, the Grey Scren still appeared within 5 min of playing.
Any thoughts on how I can update my BIOS would be helpful.
Edited by Spartacusds, 29 July 2016 - 08:43 PM.