I had two R7’s before and had lots of issues with them, especially after updating to 1703 win10 and to 1709 win10. Seemed to get worse with each update. On 1703, I got no “blocked from accessing graphics” and only got that on 1709, however, I had constant crashes in Eve using my R7’s no matter what build. Like I could sit in station all day and no issues, but once I undocked, crashes/errors happen.
I borrowed a buddies unused 980 gtx and I have to say, regardless of 1703/1709 etc, I no longer have any problems, no crashes (unless I tried to load more than 3 clients (system hang). I since bought the card off him since he wasn’t using it. I then tried to take my R7 to upgrade my second box from a radeon 57xx HD. Guess what, constant game crashes using R7 on an entirely different system. It also is on windows 10. Put the old crappying 57xx hd back in and no issues. I then put the R7 into a fully updated Win7 box I have for my tv stuff and did same tests, could not duplicate any crashes with R7. Really feels like a compatibility issue between ATI drivers and Win10
I would really try to go back to previous build win10 to avoid the graphics blocked issue. If that isn’t an option I put some other options below
Here are some other options
-Try running eve launcher and eve.exe in compatibility mode and change it to win 7 or something. Can do so by right clicking .exe and changing settings on the compatibility tab
-Try disabling graphics acceleration on the launcher and eve.exe files. Right click and go to properties and disable fullscreen graphics optimizations
-I’ve seen issues with some graphics drivers having compatibility issues, download new one fully onto your desktop, then before installing, right click and change compatibility of install file to Win7 and try updating your graphics that way after uninstalling previous driver. This may help the driver to work properly since it will run in Win7 mode.
last result, probably no changes if driver problem
-Open command prompt as an administrator, run following commands in order. This can take awhile, especially if not running on SSD
dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth
dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
Hopefully you find a way to get it working, gl o7