Updating your motherboard and cpu
In order to update this low-level software, you normally have to “flash the BIOS“, which will replace the old software with the new version.I have just updated to Win10 Creator and experiencing some problems with the screen saver. Normally, any key depression or movement of the mouse would disable the screen saver and my desktop/working program would be displayed. Firstly I set the screen saver at "NONE" to avoid the freeze. Last night I did a check for updates and it gave me the win10 Creators update. If you can't access your BIOS, your best course of action is to take the computer into a tech department instead of doing it yourself.So, you have a Z170 motherboard, and Intel Kaby Lake is the CPU you want? You should have upgraded your BIOS/UEFI first using your Skylake CPU as most motherboard manufacturers support Intel Kaby Lake on their latest BIOS released early in January. But, there's nothing wrong, I will help you with this.
Was wondering whether if by changing the settings eg. I have an Asus Xonar U7 through which I enjoy the dolby output.The screen saver starts after the designated time, and displays my photographs in a random order. I discovered after several tests that the photo gallery of Microsoft Essentials caused the problem, why, I could not solve. The only way of stopping the screen saver and getting back to the desktop is to Ctrl, Alt, Delete and then press Cancel. If you use any of the other options like ribbon etc. Makes no sense why this is but until something changes I just use the ribbon screen saver. I just built a new Ryzen system and installed a full version win10 x64. So I'm trying to fix the issue of bringing up the log-on screen after being away from the computer ( on resume ) However before I do that, the screensaver must work Which it doesn't , and I can't figure out why not? If not, then you should simply stick with your current BIOS because the new BIOS won’t make any difference and could actually cause more problems.Unlike the operating system, the BIOS is low-level software that is stored on a chip on the motherboard of the computer.