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The more demanding the game the more likely these thing happen. I'll definitely check out the PCI/e. Today, for the third time, I will be reviewing a case from In Win. Delete the files under the afterburner/profiles directory and it should startup correctly the next time you run it. #7 AdamK47, Nov 21, 2011 Stuka87 Diamond Member Joined: Dec 10, 2010

I use the pea method for CPUs. You've overclocked your GPU and it isn't stable. 2. Summary: Windows update appears to be installing something (possibly a competing driver) which conflicts with the catalyst drivers causing a crash. I've chosen the post where johnbl suggested it could be overclocked as the solution, since it seems that was the main culprit here. https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/3oj197/ive_narrowed_down_the_cause_of_constant_blue/

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It's kind of hard to explain, kinda like a high "shew". do you know any other program for overclock? (not evga or rivatuner cause they are using rtcore64.sys as well) venax View Public Profile Find all posts by venax Drivers still crashing upon move of window between screens. Johnny Kapa 2,740 views 5:12 FIXED!!!

With the GPU, however, I literally watched it rise. Could it be causing my hard drive to fail, and this APPCRASH? Which means that the timeout detection and recovery (tdr) support in Windows kicks on. Ddu Driver Is it worth taking the fan off and re-applying thermal paste?

James27May 8, 2015, 7:07 PM OK, so I'm going to need some opinions. Amd Rx 480 Blue Screen also CPU-Z said I have just 2 cores? Other governments/leaders should take a leaf out of Vlad's book. http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=375753 Edit: Thought you should know, I downloaded and ran BlueScreenView.

There are plenty of other places for that. Amd Driver Specs: OS: Windows 7 64-bitCPU: Core i7 3770GPU: GTX 970RAM: DDR3 16GBMotherboard: P8H77-V LEHard Drive: wdc wd5000aakxPSU: 600 wattsEdit: More details on the problem, according to the Reliability Monitor. All the tests have shown no errors, including the memtest86+, which I ran for 10 passes. Hopefully that helps a few people and possibly helps with narrowing down what the problem is exactly so it can be fixed. 24 commentsshareall 24 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]antiduhAMD R9 290x |

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Any minority, from anywhere, if it wants to live in Russia, to work and eat in Russia, should speak Russian, and should respect the Russian laws. Not sure how to do that. Msi Afterburner Causing Bsod Related Resources My hp laptop is giving me issues with the blue screen of death Windows 10 help me solved Why is my RAM giving me the blue screen of death? Rx 480 Bsod Anyway, it hasn't worked.

I will update it and maybe set the CPU voltages manually to what they should be (not sure if this is a good idea however). Loading... best to go to BIOS and reset it after adding new hardware to avoid this problem.as for windows 10 or 8, they do nice things for old hard drives.spinning hard drives Windows ends up thinking you have two sets of hardware, one that it detected via plug and play and another that the BIOS said was there and windows think it is Atikmpag.sys Bsod

All rights reserved.REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are registered trademarks of reddit inc.Advertise - technologyπRendered by PID 3343 on app-409 at 2016-12-13 19:33:43.122546+00:00 running 5a388be country code: SE. I tried playing Wolfenstein. Pretty concerning, but thankfully it never crashed. Under the profiles directory where you installed Afterburner.

Hmm, will try that tomorrow. Amd Reddit Shadowplay is turned off and, according to Driver Identifier, all my drivers are pretty much up to date. It says I'm up to date.

If all of your stability testing was based on HT being off, then simply turning HT on would be the first cause of instability I'd consider.

Get the answer James27Mar 19, 2015, 11:05 PM Sorry for the bump, but I've just discovered what the Reliability Monitor is! Sorry, still a bit of a computer noob lol. I've tried two games so far. O_o but I'm watching them all get used in a gadget in my sidebar....

various manufactures have made factory overclocked versions that will hit timing problems with the default device driver or the timing of the PCI/e bus settings in your BIOS. The only other thing that catches my eye what you said about "re detecting the database". I got a new card 8970m (my 7970m died) after I upgraded to Windows 10 and now I can't even use the new card to play anything which is infuriating. I can't find anything newer, anyway.

It still only occurs in actual gameplay, and I also get periodic freezing and sound loops. if that makes sense... I...