B85M-D3H Memory Corsair Vengence 4GB x2 (8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz) Graphics Card 2047MB GeForce GTS 450 (ZOTAC International) Sound Card Onboard (Realtek High Definition Audio) Monitor(s) Displays LG Flatron E2040T I didn't write down the particular bsod message. Works everytime Source:Personal ExperienceAndhttp://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/321550-a-fix-for-amd-fx-series-cpu-gaming-issues/ I have been using Orochi CEG and it seemed to be working well. BSOD Help and Support Anybody playing Dishonored?Title says it all - anyone playing Dishonored. check over here
Try running prime95 at the same time as furmark to stress your PSU, you can do this with both GPUs.Looks like you've already tested the GPU in another machine. What's the rated power output of your power supply? I didn't think I'd be able to do it, but it booted up on my first shot. Update the BIOS.
Idk if I would attempt voltage tweaks on a laptop GPU though. Have you updated the drivers on your Graphics Card recently? The time now is 09:41 PM. It's quite an easy game to run.
I know it's a Bethesda which have the Elder Scrolls and Fallout so I'm thinking its a good game? Once the GPU is ruled out though, it's still down to the PSU or Drivers.I would probably lean to the PSU as the source of the issue, but the Drivers will HOw can I troubleshoot this to find out the causse of the problem? Event viewer should clue you in.
I assume that the software that is used to map the keys on my G600 automatically installs their keyboard drivers if none are detected. Once i managed to pass this level and PC restarted 20-30 minutes later. It could just be Windows 8 giving you the problem. https://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/47625-playing-dishonored-critical_structure_corruption-ntfs-sys.html GPU doesn't seem to overheat, it IDLEs at 49C, and MAXes at 76-77C.I cleaned all radiators and fans, replaced thermal paste, no result.Also, running Prime95 for 2 hours doesn't affect restarting,
A few weeks ago before upgrading windows and my memory I began getting BSOD errors about... http://www.gamespot.com/dishonored/forums/blue-screen-of-death-29303352/ Do I need to run it again after I get done playing a game? This is a reference to Intel Performance acceleration technology; there may be BIOS settings which affect this aspect of memory timing. I'll edit this post in the morning with the results of your suggestions.
It crashes in dishonored, far cry 3, I think dungeon defenders (er, I was out of the room),... http://harryhooie.com/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-black-ops.html PC crash's when booting games and stress testing my GPU. The laptop often gets hot near the exhaust port and I was told this was normal, because all the heat is being removed from the cards and filtered out the exhaust If I plau them for more than an hour or so my computer will crash and reboot.
sorry I know it doesn't help you narrow it down any. Regardless, unless you have money to burn, I would try a clean install as that could fix your issues if they are software related.In regards to the PSU being the issue, Well, I just ran both tests (Prime95 on Blend and FurMark on Burn-In 1280x1024). this content On 10/8/12 I streamed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Xbox 360) using Xsplit for probably 5-6 hours with no crashes or anything.
Failing that, try using an older driver. distortedreality:Sounds like dud GPU memory to me, are you getting any artifacts happening before the shut down? The screen goes black and within a few seconds the computer restarts.
I am no longer having this issue since I upgraded to Windows 8.1. seemed good to go. Hi guys, I've just built my first PC, and have been consistently getting BSOD crashes in games -- generally if I set them to any sort of high graphical intensity. MotherBoard - Asus M4N68T-M V2 µATX Motherboard Chipset - NVIDIA nForce 630a / GeForce 7025 Processor - AMD Phenom II X4 980 Black Edition Deneb 3.7GHz Ram - 8GB 4GB X
I think I have enough hard drive space on the desktop that I could back the whole thing up, but I have no idea how long it would take to transfer The programs stop responding and I have to close them, which can be critical in a multiplayer environment. Once it is next in the queue, it goes and handles the servicing of that I/O. have a peek at these guys So now I'm hoping one of you out there who is more educated than me at this stuff can help me out.
Might be worth checking the health of your hard drive whilst you're figuring all this out. However, the next day I got 2 more BSODs; a IRQL_NOT_LESS_NOR_EQUAL crash as well as a SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION only a few hours apart, referencing different files. I very much appreciate your looking thoroughly into my issue! A friend of mine has been helping me with the problem and there is no problem with my hard drives, graphics card, or processor.
It very well could be a bug messing with your system. All of my attempts have resulted in Error messages so a full reinstall seems like my best option at this point. 07-15-2013, 02:09 AM #10 Patrick Microsoft MVPModerator-Microsoft SupportBSOD Removing some drivers may make the system unstable - so if you're unable to find updates, post back for info on the one's that can/cannot be safely removed. If it's brand new and it's blue screening it could be that something isn't seated right (probably your memory).
Thank You.Edit: I managed to hit 100% on CPU (Prime95) and 95-96% on GPU (FurMark), but it didn't cause PC to restart Any suggestions? An attempt was made to run a program from a non-executable area of memory, which is never allowed.