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And it offers a possible solution. I've contacted support, and have tried: -Changing startup programs -Setting the CPU to stock speed -Underclocking the GPU -Running the game on low detail. use hwmonitor to check temps http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html and cpuz to see speeds http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html TeKraken09-06-2013, 05:57 AMI would add that grey screen is sometimes known to be faulty Vram. I lowered the multi to 18 yesterday though, and so far no crashes, just occasional brief flickers of colour. weblink

all crash, or have shapes everywhere. 6. Windows likes to treat programs in the "Program Files" folders almost like they are system files, so it severely limits access to them. My crashes occur anywhere between 30 minutes to several hours of playtime until the other night when I crashed about 5 times within a 15-30 minute period of time. Offline #25 2013-05-17 21:49:15 nbhs Member From: Montevideo, Uruguay Registered: 2013-05-02 Posts: 402 Re: KVM VGA-Passthrough using the new vfio-vga support in kernel =>3.9 apoapo wrote:I put in a second graphicscard

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I am attaching the diagnostic zip from your tools. Even if you disregard all the errors that he doesn't have codes for, the OP clearly states that he does have at least some BSOD codes that might be useful in What I have done to try to remedy the situation on my own: Checked all my drivers to make sure they are up to day. Worked a champ.

  • Offline #12 2013-05-17 00:57:17 nbhs Member From: Montevideo, Uruguay Registered: 2013-05-02 Posts: 402 Re: KVM VGA-Passthrough using the new vfio-vga support in kernel =>3.9 apoapo wrote:I finally got some progress.After trying
  • I want to use Windows 10 and I cant afford to change my GPU's due to compatibility restrictions with the rest of the hardware since its a laptop.
  • When analysing my Windows dump file I noticed the memory address that caused the bugcheck is always the same for me which means a particular area/function in the driver is to
  • What I mean by intensive is basically any game made in the past 2-3 years (perhaps it's ALL games, I only play games made in the 2-3 years).
  • Sorry that it took me so long to reply, had a busy week and didn't notice your message right away.
  • Quite often there is no stop code for us to diagnose with or dump to run bluescreen view with.
  • First of all, there have been no BSODs during these several days.
  • Thanks:D 0 0 10/30/12--20:13: BSOD Locale ID 2057 - Black Screen/No Input Contact us about this article Hey everyone, was wondering if you could take a quick look at this for
  • The only catch I see might be the "ownership" of the files.

Sometimes it will just be horizontal flickers of colour during gameplay, and sometimes it will not crash but recover and I will get a popup saying AMD Display Driver stopped responding Also, I have the same exact issue TsukasaUjiie. in Account & Technical Support Posted by: Spock.7412 Spock.7412 The game software has to be borked. Video Card Problems Symptoms If the voltage was way too low, I'd get the BSOD during stressing and games.

Performance may be slowThis was, when I got some seabios picture.After some reboots I wanted to try it again, I was spammed with errors . I'll keep you posted! The graphics are sometimes blurry though and some objects in the world flicker, another thing that doesn't happen on the HD 4550 when I tested with it. website here Patrick, may I please ask for your help again?

Should I just stick to the original plan and keep using my PC until a BSOD occurs? Graphics Card Crashing Windows 10 Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: RSOD - Crossfire and 15.7, 15.7.1, 15.7.1 Hotfix 1 & 2 and 15.8 drivers on select games/applications on Windows 10 x64 nospheratu Sep 12, 2015 There have only been two noticable differences after that:1. This was my first build as a Christmas gift.

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Some stability issues that usually hard lock your PC: - Overvoltage or undervoltage of CPU/RAM, due to incorrect BIOS settings (platform dependent, but generally related to CPU Voltage, Load-Line Calibration, DRAM AFR Friendly mode did not cause a RSOD but there was a lot of flickering during the benchmark run. Graphics Card Crashing When Playing Games My HDD is not being shown in the drive options on my computer anymore, so I'm thinking that this hard drive may have been the issue. Troubleshooting Graphics Card I can see the executable pop up on Task Manager processes but it disappears after a few seconds.

This happens only when I try to run certains games or applications. However, running the game on low detail solves the crashing issue, but that shouldn't be required. fffff960000cc380 75 06 41 *89 4e 06 eb 0e 81 7b 74 e8 03 00 00 7e u.A.N....{t....~
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I will try (re) installing 15.8 Betas first thing, then test. Seriously, I spent as much time trying to get to the boot menu as I did actually resetting Windows.Anyway, I know how 15.5Beta got on there. I got my reply to my service ticket, it was the same copy/paste that they sent you, all the way down to the "it should work fine".Sadly, I specifically spelled it that makes me sad because to me this means GW2 is non compatible with my PC.

Should I delete all?? Graphic Card Problem Black Screen I tried it multiple times to be sure and I couldnt get the machine to RSOD at all. September 27, 2012 07:28 +1 Edit Quote Delete Infract Report Permalink ← Previous 1 2 Next → Back To Top FOLLOW US:Like us FacebookFollow us on TwitterFriend us on FlickrSubscribe to

Apparently it all came down to the PSU.

I've found if I was borderline unstable, IBT/prime95/Linpack give me an 0×124/7E/101/AD eventually while games run no problem. OS: Windows 7 64-Bit. Sometimes my PC would turn off without any kind of BSOD at all. Graphics Card Problems Windows 10 I kept rebooting right away and my computer had barely any heat going for the problem to be an overheat.

I then installed all my drivers, starting with chipset, one by one, and testing after.every.single.driver. Try lowering the amount that you overclock your graphics card. When your PC overheats, your PC will freeze, reboot or simply crash. Select - "Select driver names from a list" 5.

The fan was spinning at normal speed but I got no display, and when I pushed the power button the PC turned off right away. I have the beta Nvida drivers. When and/if this happens, system corruption occurs if allowed to continue. However, it rarely happens (probably less than once every 2 months) when Im watching films or browsing the internet (sometimes even just opening Google Chrome after startup).

During the last crash sound stopped working before game minimized, windows stopped responding and BSOD followed. Thank you for the advice. I like Win10, and I'm pretty annoyed that I have to try going back to 8, but in the end, I need the machine to be stable and not reboot on I will have to test it later when I have time to devote to playing. @VirtualBS I am sorry, but I am not quite that computer tech savvy to really understand

There is a very good util for testing that (much much better than Prime95), IntelBurnTest, that uses linpack to heavily stress CPU+RAM: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?197835-IntelBurnTest-The-new-stress-testing-program On the settings, be sure to use as Tried many hours to get it working, but I don't get any picture to the screen. Is that my RAM or the memory on the graphics card itself? My specs: AMD Phenom II x4 965 3.40 GHz (not the greatest cpu but still very respectable) AMD Radeon HD 7870 8GB Ripjaw RAM Windows 7 64 bit Power supply is

One thing I did find that was posted by ArenaNet was the location of the installation of the game can make a difference. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: RSOD - Crossfire and 15.7, 15.7.1, 15.7.1 Hotfix 1 & 2 and 15.8 drivers on select games/applications on Windows 10 x64 berchielli Sep 14, 2015 I'm submitting my feedback now and tagging this thread in there as well.AMD Needs Your Help - Requesting Feedback for Catalyst DriverHello everyone, Our Catalyst Driver Team needs your helpAs we fffff960000ccf80 48 83 c4 *d0 41 5c c3 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 H...A\.......... ...

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: RSOD - Crossfire and 15.7, 15.7.1, 15.7.1 Hotfix 1 & 2 and 15.8 drivers on select games/applications on Windows 10 x64 mijuu Nov 25, 2015