I can`t speak for Intel drivers but I can say I just a couple of day`s ago I had Nvidia video card warning popup say the same thing as your Flag error.
Just to say your not alone of this one.
I am all updated NVidia 461.43.
Hopefully with future updates this too will pass.
Guessing that solutions are a bit down the road, given the driver level issues seen on a range of cards and configurations.
First is drivers and it seems like you are trying different ones but still see similar problems.
I also have a surface pro 3 and I do not see the problem you are seeing. So my next thought is hardware. If your graphics adapter (on board on the surface pro) has a physical problem or perhaps the RAM is bad for the graphics adapter then it could cause the same behavior you are seeing.
How old is the surface? I'd see if ti was covered under warranty and try to argue for a replacement.
I get video driver failures (and the associated cute little message) about once every week on my dev system at work.
Video drivers are hard to write, tightly coupled with some ridiculously complex hardware, and pretty uncommon to develop. There are, therefore,very few good video driver devs. The result? Drivers that crash.
At least they don't crash the whole system anymore, thanks to Windows.
Keep an eye out for driver updates. That's all you can do.
You can try going into the AMD Radeon Settings and change the Graphics Profile to Optimize Performance. This approach has been working for me, at least during the past 12 hours or so.
Since this has been isolated to a very few graphic cards, I seriously doubt AMD or Microsoft will ever really address it, so don't hold your breath for a driver release that addresses this particular problem. I'm guessing they will just wait until everyone moves on to a newer GPU.
If anyone EVER discovers an actual fix or a driver release that addresses this issue, please come back to this thread and post it for the rest of us.
Receiving on one panadapter and about 6 IE 11 Tabs open.
It recovered instantly while waiting for a bit. Never lost the Flexradio what so ever only browser issue.
So yep windows 10 or Nvidia has an issue.
This is the first time in a bout a week this showed up again.
Just have to wait out win10 or Nvidia to get a fix.