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This was 3 or 4 years ago though. solved PSU for high-end gaming due to random reboots solved RX480 random black screen during gaming solved Random crashes while gaming solved Random Ping Spikes When Gaming Can't find your answer Queped09-16-2011, 08:19 PMThis issue is present since the beginning of the game in 2007 and is a well known bug. Creative Discussion Forum > Product Boards > Sound Blasters > Need help, getting BSOD while playing Lotro PDA View Full Version : Need help, getting BSOD while playing Lotro Dromar09-01-2011, 08:29 this content
The regular driver though has no hiss at all and sounds superb. Does this mean I shouldn't partition then? Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Jul 02 2012,12:20 AM #22 Hurin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Grand Poster Join Date Feb 2007 Location USA Posts 4,668 Really strange. https://www.lotro.com/forums/showthread.php?460954-Blue-Screen-crashes-when-playing-LOTRO
solved Random Laggin in every game solved Random shutdown when Gaming (Boots backup right away) solved Random performance drop (low fps, games and video) until restart. Reload Login Store Featured Explore Curators Wishlist News Stats Community Home Discussions Workshop Greenlight Market Broadcasts Support Change language View desktop website © Valve Corporation. Ever since then, I am getting BSOD failures.
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- Maybe that will take care of the problem?
- Under Audio change to the "Software on" setting and ensure that "Use EAX" is disabled.
- The game has good sound and the graphics IMO are very good for an MMO since I have them cranked up.
- Im not saying that SSDs are not able to have the same thing happen to them but SSD have no moving parts so file breaking is less of an issue.
- If this fixes the issue, try Direct x11, but uncheck the following two Lord of the Rings Online in-game options: "Options > Graphics > Advanced post processing effects" "Options > Graphics
- This one sounds great IMO.
- Switch to Generic and problem solved.
- If it crashes at the same memory address on both sticks, then it's likely to be a Mobo problem.Does that sound correct?
- Setting it to software in the game loses most of the channels, its sounds like it just splits left and right between all 5 speakers or something.
Could be a driver upgrade that has it now only happening when zoning. YokhananNov 16, 2011, 1:19 AM Thanks guys. It happened no other time? Looks like the problem is that Windows only gives 2 GB RAM to the game by default.
All rights reserved. You've got some other setting or "third factor" causing that behavior. Then click on My Documents or Documents. this contact form These settings are still used!).Click the "Levels" tab.Click the speaker icon next to each of the items listed (except the top one) so they are all muted.
It's not looking good. What is the fastest method to get a problem like this looked at by the development team? Last edited by Maldorf1; Jun 27 2012 at 04:17 AM. Not sure what I am going to do.
Please perform the steps outlined below: Click on the Windows "Start" button. http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-2769809.html All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Skip to content Search Menu Home Resources Equipment Stats: Level Cap Calculators Percentage Calculator Rating Calculator Raid Guides Policies About Requirements Events Its not making the hissing sounds anymore! I'm tlaking about this file:?SBXF_PCDRVBETA_US_2_8_005A.exe Thanks, and sorry for my perfectible english (as you can tell I'm not a nati've speaker).
Ask a new question Read More Blue Screen Windows 7 Related Resources solved SSD - Random 1-5 sec freezes during gaming solved New Build MSI Gaming 5 z97 - - Random news the screen is blue with white letters and describes some kind of memory issue. Yes, it was expensive. R.
In most cases it looks like the settings are being decreased and I see where they want me to turn off hardware sound from the sound card. Lower the "Player Crowd Quality Control" slider to 0. Last edited by Maldorf1; Jun 27 2012 at 07:45 PM. have a peek at these guys Within that file under the sectioned titled [Display] make the following changes: Change AllowFakeFullScreen=True to False Change SyncToRefresh=False to True Verify that the number following Resolution= matches your current Windows desktop
Is it linpack stable?The last time I saw a sytem act like this, the problem turned out to be a bad stick of RAM that only glitched when warm.Stupid thing was maldorf07-01-2012, 07:41 PMIt seems to be the card. So it sounded like &&&&.
Best, H Jul 02 2012,01:54 AM #25 Maldorf1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date Jun 2012 Posts 26 Freakin working now!
Please perform the steps outlined below: Click on the Windows "Start" button. I haven't touched or modified it as it had all my emergency backups, and unlike the other HDD's it's FAT32. Bingo! Under the Troubleshoot section lower the Engine Speed to Medium.
We have detected that cookies are not enabled on your browser. Select "Options", then "Repair", then enable "Reset game display" option. \Documents\The Lord of the Rings Online\Cache\: Delete Lord of the Rings Online cache. Below is some of my specs as well:-------------------------------------------------------------------Windows 7 Pro 64bit SP1- HYUNDAI W220d Black 22" 2ms(GTG) HDMI Widescreen LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 10000:1- ASRock X58 Supercomputer LGA 1366 Intel X58 http://mozrc.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-playing-all-videos.php It worked for me.
All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries.Some geospatial data on this website is provided by geonames.org. Under the section titled [Troubleshooting] change the MaximumFrameRate option to 57 (i.e. If you often get a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), or Lotro crash or disconnection to desktop, try using Direct x9 rather than Direct x11. So it sounded like &&&&.
I had to switch back to the regular driver. it is infact there all the time even if I am not playing a game, its there as soon as the computer boots. Exit the file and choose yes when prompted to save changes prior to launching the game to test these settings. Mike MillsNov 15, 2011, 8:26 AM I cannot help other than to commisserate.I am getting BSOD during gaming and ONLY during gaming.
Even Creative's newer ones are said to be inferior to the x-fi. Pyree--yeah pretty much right on the nose. 2 for the smaller, and then sliced up the 1TB. Its funny that you wrote this tonight because I just found that thread you linked. I think the card was somehow amplifying the sound of my hard drive spinning, it was a high pitched whine like that.
You can purchase one of these drivers (Rapture3D, used in DiRT 2 and 3 games) or use a free one : http://kcat.strangesoft.net/openal.html? You don't need it to get full surround in LotRO. Kok-Choy-XCL-09-17-2011, 09:14 [email protected], Do you mean this? Or if I can partition, is there a wiser way of doing it than what I have now? (i.e.
Just tell me which Windows are you using? I am now playing The Witcher with all the settings maxed out and no problems at all there. All rights reserved. Lower the "Player Crowd Quality Control" slider to 0.
Then click on My Documents or Documents.