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Back to top #15 MrBruce1959 MrBruce1959 My cat Oreo BC Advisor 6,376 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Norwich, Connecticut. Register now! They all do the same thing - move ones and zeros around so that I/O will produce the desired output. Because at this point (since the PSU was installed) you haven't specified what is still 'occuring' when it occurs (a repeatable test that 'causes' the issue) and how often it does http://mozrc.com/blue-screen/bsod-on-only-one-game.php

If that does not help, then your looking either at Windows itself has a 'FUD' in it (wipe windows do clean reinstall) or a hardware is malfunctioning (PSU, RAM, HDD, Mobo If they are BSODs what is it erroring on (usually says some file as the cause of the crash and error code). I couldn't find a connection between the different games crashing. I've tried to read up on a lot of articles for some help, often people say something like a RAM issue, but I don't understand how it would only sometimes crash? http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/334421-game-crashes-sometimes-bsod.html

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Reply Kirby January 18, 2013 at 6:18 am Could you add OS to the list? Reply Daniel Dorilas January 18, 2013 at 2:39 pm i have this blue screen issue recently , i just change my ram memory and everythings is Ok now. Go to http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/guru3d_driver_sweeper_(no_installer).html download and remove all NVIDIA drivers. I've played: Battlefield 3, WoW, Dead Space, Batman Arkham City, and a few others.

Your tossing darts in all directions except as outlined with some simple follow steps, test, provide result; so there is nothing to 'keep my mind open to' when we haven't still Reply Stoyan Deckoff January 17, 2013 at 6:58 pm 8 out of these 10 problems could be fixed if one goes he linux way. That is true but a crash is a crash. Bsod While Gaming Windows 10 But I would uninstall the NVidia drivers, then download and run Driver Sweeper to really remove the NVidia driver, reboot.

Either follow the steps outlined or don't. Blue Screen While Playing Games Windows 10 solved Custom pc shuts off after exiting games. Many useful comments as well.Thank you Reply jim smith January 19, 2013 at 1:49 am The list, covers about everything that could ever happen to a computer. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2089543/games-crashing-desktop-random-bsod.html I'm having troubles running the memory dumps.

If it does not, and the RAM you installed was correct, the motherboard may be the issue. Memtest86 ConleakFeb 19, 2014, 8:19 PM Tom Tancredi said: Okay stop, this has gone on long enough, and now I feel your just trolling for responses. Most systems with SP1 have 300 or more. Example OP issue was PSU too low for GPU, 'your' issue is trying to play WatchDogs on ULTRA settings on your GTX 9600 and wonder what the problem is???

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I tried the cleaner and had zero registry conflicts..I had essentially given up and been to busy to deal with it until today. https://eu.battle.net/forums/en/overwatch/topic/17612022551 As for the first item (SFCFix), just copy and paste into your post as indicated. Blue Screen Of Death When Playing Games At first, I suspected the graphics card, however now I am not so sure, as the computer crashes with a bsod, after fresh bootup when left... Blue Screen When Playing Games Windows 10 Ben Stegner December 12, 2016 12-12-2016 How to Format a New Internal Hard Drive or Solid State Drive Windows How to Format a New Internal Hard Drive or Solid State Drive

Once we eliminated drivers, eliminated the AV, then what is left is Windows itself potentially be a issue or we are seeing a hardware problem. this contact form Reply Paul Hays January 17, 2013 at 4:55 pm IMHO, the first bullet should be two - "Bad Memory Or Motherboard" goes two distinct directions. The technical laid out simple steps you can't follow to deduce the heart of the remaining issue (which I laid out the logic as well). I outlined the steps I would proceed and asked a few times to do things in a particular logical order, and you respond with one line 'poke at it till it Blue Screen When Playing Games Windows 7

Most consumers if all they want is e-mail and spreadsheets, word processing, web surfing could easily uses a Linux or Ubuntu box, but the integration becaomes an issue because most software Although altering the drivers with the 9600GTs did... But we're not saying it's definitely overheating - but it's still a possibility. have a peek here As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged

Second to that, a piece of hardware (GTX 770) can't 'pick' one game to "running perfectly stable during graphic-intense gaming but crashing after exiting" but not do the same exact thing Bluescreenview At this point, either follow as I outlined if you still have a issue, or don't. What is it rated for?

Reply Florin Ardelian January 18, 2013 at 4:26 pm Usable Linux distributions crash more often than Windows 7.

Far as I see this case was closed until you can go back and follow the directions as OUTLINED (no short cuts) and as several times asked, TEST IT the way So, I said why don't I just take out the graphics card and plug my monitor directly into the motherboard? We don't see people on the Linux Help Forums about screens of death, or hangups... Thread Stuck In Device Driver Reinstall Windows, run ALL WINDOWS UPDATES AND OPTIONS (except BING) repeatedly till they are all installed.

Windows, due to it's already inherent instability, will exhibit symptoms of capacitor plague before any other OS, but in the end, all will fail. If you feed them a lot of garbage, you'll get garbage out. I see a few other things on the forums showing similar posts, but no answers yet. Check This Out Related Resources solved Computer crash, lockup, blue screen error messages, all while playing games!

Ensure that it's shared and then post a link to it here. Unfortunately, the only sure way to test this is with another motherboard. Draoidh 3 posts Draoidh Ignored 13 Jun Copy URL View Post Same problem here, though the crashes only started a couple days ago. I have had the BSOD before.

At most, heat would be an indirect cause of the crashing, but I would like to know what the exact cause is and whether there is something I can do to Monitor temperatures while running (both CPU and GPU) - OpenHardwareMonitor, Afterburner, etc... - may have to use a second display or something, see if you have either a CPU or GPU Any help would be appreciated, thank-you. 43 answers Last reply Oct 16, 2014 More about crashes exiting game Tom TancrediJan 5, 2014, 6:37 PM random unpredicatable and most of all 'unable Obviously the only way to check is to swap out the power supply for another known good one.

Yet not everyone does something about it. Back to top #3 nomoo nomoo Topic Starter Members 15 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:30 AM Posted 18 May 2015 - 01:29 PM Ohh...yeah? Temps are pretty much normal, GPU stays at stable 78-82 when playing Thief with max settings. Yes, you said to remove Norton, but it cost me about £40 for Norton 360, so you can see why I'm confused when you just say "remove it". 4.

If it was relative to any number of games, BURN IN TESTING, DIRECTX testing, etc., then we can include hardware, but we would need to include ALL hardware in the calculation. Almost every windows box I have had to work on, some user added themselves to the Administrator group, hence every program they ran had access to the lower parts of the Back to top #10 nomoo nomoo Topic Starter Members 15 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:30 AM Posted 20 May 2015 - 12:41 PM Minitoolbox is written by a BC staff member