Re: Popup Error Message: This Driver can't release to failure!!
I've had Gigabyte boards for years and only seen that very cryptic message a few times.
It only means that there is a driver problem, I don't think it's anything catastrophic just annoying.
I don't use Win 10 so I can't say if there is a conflict there, although it would not surprise me.
I suggest either uninstall/reinstall all the Gigabyte apps or just do without them if you can. Very often the order that drivers are installed cause problems, especially on a mature OS install.
Maximus 8 Hero/6700K @ 4.8/4x4GB LPX @ 3200 15-17-17-36 CR1
Case Labs SM8 w/dual pedestals / Custom water w/ acrylic pipe / Light box
PowerColor 390Xw/EK block / Samsung 840 Pro 256GBx2 RAID 0 / 128GBx1 SSD's | 3 HDD's / DVD burner
Dual Aquaero 5 Pro controllers for pumps & fans / FC9 for led's only 2xD5 pwm w/Bitspower tops - MCP35x2 - 3x480 rads/1x240 rad/AP15 fans / EK supremcy
Seasonic Platinum 1000w custom fabbed/sleeved psu wiring by me
Wifes: Z77X-UD5H / 3770K w/c with Raystorm copper block & 2 Rads/ Kingston HyperX RAM / Switch 810 case/ PowerColor AX7950 w/EK block
HTPC: Z68 Pro3 M / 2105
SOLD:Z97X-UD5H /4790K/F11b mod BIOSemail@example.com 4x4GB Kingston Genesis KHX24C11X3K4 2400 RAM 11-13-13-30