I keep getting BSOD or system restarts whenever I play any games on my computer. This never happens when im not playing games. Ive had horrible problems getting correct drivers for my card. But I have updated drivers. My Specs Dell Studio XPS 7100 AMD PhenomII x6 1075T 3.00GHz Windows7 Home Premium 64Bit Had to be reinstalled after a nasty Virus last year. ATI Radeon HD5670 1GB
everytime I play Battlefield 3 I get in max. 30 minutes a BSOD. And it ONLY happens with this game, everything else works perfectly fine without crashes or whatsoever.This has been going on since half December, which is about a week after I updated my drivers. It first happened once or twice, where I though that it was just coincidence, but now it happens every time I try to play Battlefield 3.Since it happened a bit after updating the drivers, I thought it was that. Today most of the drivers needed to be updated again, including the infamous Realtek sound drivers that are supposed to give problems with Battlefield 3, so I updated them hoping it would solve the problem. No dice, I still get a BSOD when playing Battlefield 3.Dump files are in the attachment. I didn't include the perfmon HTML file since it refuses to generate a report, even when the Performance Logs & Alert service is set on manual.
CPU: Intel Core i7-2600K @ 3.40GHz MoBo: ASUS P8Z68-V PRO BIOS: BIOS Date: 02/05/10 19:13:52 Ver: 08.00.10 RAM: 2x 4GB from Kingston HDD: 2x WDC WD1002FAEX-00Z3A0 (1TB size) Sound card: NVIDIA High Definition Audio, Realtek High Definition Audio GPU card: MSI 570GTX Twin Frozr III Power Edition OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bits Retail
Whenever I play a game for longer than 10 minutes, this happens. Affected games: trackamania nations, trackmania united, CoD4, MW2, BO, Oblivion, .. Most games. Stepmania doesn't seem to have the problem, so I think it may be OpenGL/DirectX related.This sound is also paired with severe FPS problems. After a few more minutes of play, I the BSOD; [URL]One odd thing is that when I launch a game (for example CoD4, which boots quickly, because other games need to boot steam first :s) right after startup, and leave it running for say 10 minutes, the problem will not exist for the entire session, until I reboot.Natively, I had Vista, after a month orso the problem started occuring. Then I clean installed Windows 7 Home Premium, the problem didn't exist at first. After a month, same problem. Then I upgraded to Windows 7 Ultimate, which gave the same story.I'm confident that the problem is with an auto-update of something, I deliberately didn't instal any drivers manually.
- Not the original OS. At first this had Windows Vista Home Premium Dutch 64 bit, then Windows 7 Home Premium Dutch 64 bit as an upgrade I got cheaply from my ACER, and finally out of misery I got Windows 7 Ultimate English 64 bit.
- Full retail.
- I got my system just over 2 years ago.
- My current OS is about half a year old I estimate. The problem recurred over all OS's.
I have a problem with BSOD with nvlddmkm.sys when playing any game. This BSOD shows only when I play any game, but when I browse internet or run for example some graphic programs, that screen never showed up. Sometimes I can play 5 minutes, sometimes more.
BSOD information: Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1 Locale ID: 1062
Additional information about the problem: BCCode: 116 BCP1: FFFFFA8001FBF0E0 BCP2: FFFFF88010AC2AA4 BCP3: FFFFFFFFC000009A BCP4: 0000000000000004 OS Version: 6_1_7601 Service Pack: 1_0 Product: 256_1
Here is some information about my computer: AMD X2 4600+, nVidia GF 8800GT 512mb, RAM 2GB.
I already changed drivers to newest and downgraded to some older, but nothing changed, the same problem again. I used option that I founded on the net where I needed to use CMD and expand that .sys file to create new, but that not worked too.
BSOD's seem to be becoming quite a regular occurance, first ones where usually when playing MMO's with TS/Mumble active but recently they have been happening whilst watching streams and at other random times.
Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Service Pack 1 Intel Core i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30GHz 4.00 GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460
I've had these problems for a few months so I just started using our shared family computer, and recently I haven't been able to get access to it that often. Because I had so many problems with my computer, I tried clean installing it, which helped for around a month. Now it is back to BSODS. The error code I mainly get is the 0x00000A.
System Specs: Windows 7 Home Premium x32 bit Build 7600 Processor:AMD Athlon(tm) II x4 635 Processor, 2.90 GHz Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 5570 Memory: 2040MB RAM Motherboard: M4A78LT-M LE
The OS came in-built with the computer, but since then I've re-installed it around 5 times.
BSOD: STOP: 0x00000124 Is Windows 7 . . . - x86 (32-bit) or x64 ? 64 - the original installed OS on the system? no - an OEM or full retail version? Retail - OEM = came pre-installed on system - Full Retail = you purchased it from retailer - What is the age of system (hardware)? less than a year - What is the age of OS installation (have you re-installed the OS?) I have reinstalled about a month or 2 ago Attachment 187649
Twice in the last week the computer has locked up and required me to reset it whilst playing Football Manager 2012. There is actually no BSoD shown the game just freezes up completely until I press the reset button. I can't remember any BSoD before when using Windows 7.Most of the computer is 3-4 years old, and I can't remember when I installed Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit on it probably over 18 months ago when I got a new Graphics Card. The only new hardware in the last few months is a new Razer mouse to replace a faulty ROCCAT mouse, nothing else has changed. Temperatures don't seem to be a big problem and Memtest didn't find any problems, but I haven't had time to run Memtest for more then 3 passes or get inside the case to look at the hardware.
I began seeing a blue screen about 5 months ago when I first got my computer, and after posting here with one BSOD report, I was informed of the fact that Avast Virus scanning software could be the culprit. After uninstalling the software, I no longer received the problem. 5 months later, the issue has come back. I've recently installed Fraps and Adobe Premiere Pro CS 5.5 on my machine. I saw the BSOD appear once again 2 days ago and it seems to appear while streaming video and installing a game. I also see my machine hard-lock while streaming video from time to time, but I think the BSOD does not officially trigger, so hard-locking is the result.
I am new to WMC and I linked my netflix account to it. While I like the fact that WMC integrates my media experience, I am very disappointed that the Netflix streaming does not have a good exit. Everytime I choose a movie to watch, it's OK, but at the end of the movie, I get a black screen. No Exit, No way to get back to the Browsing Window. Nothing. I have to Ctrl-Alt-Delete, restart WMC, and get back to Netflix.
I have done a fresh install with hopes of it possibly being a driver error but I believe it may be an hardware issue as I just had another BSOD while playing a game. On a side note this is usually when I get the BSOD either playing a game or trying to livestream, which leaves me to believe it maybe is a RAM/GPU error.
Anyways I've attached the required rar/zip files from that program I ran from how to post BSOD thread
My remote control (Windows 7 Vista XP Media Center MCE PC Remote Control and Infrared Receiver for Home, Premium and Ultimate Edition) doesn't work with Netflix online streaming. The pause button works fine with live tv, recorded tv, and DVD playback but not Netflix.getting the pause button to work with Netflix?
BSOD while doing remote connect to two office computers, browsing internet and watching King Crimson video. I have done the same thing many times without a problem.It didn't seem like it was overheating - or working hard.I am running Windows 7 Pro 64 bit, which I reinstalled fresh a few months ago
My computer has recently been "randomly" giving me a BSOD. Now, I am pretty sure it is happening because I also recently overclocked my cpu, however, I did have problems before overclocking it (although not as often). I find my computer tends to BSOD either overnight, when I only have Folding@Home running, or during the day when all I have running is Chrome (F@H is running, but paused). I have also noted that my gpu (1x GeForce GTX 560 Ti) almost always fails while running F@H in the first 24hrs the system is up. However, my main concern is the BSOD.Now the reason I stated that I have had problems before oc my cpu is that ever since I first powered it up nearly 10 months ago I have had problems with the computer freezing on me. Note this was before I oc my cpu, and even before I installed F@H. Originally I thought it might be bad memory, but testing has ruled this out I just restarted my computer, and it now only detects 4.00 GB of installed memory, when it should detect 8.00 GB. The system will hang, sometimes for a few seconds, but most often for a couple of minutes, before suddenly "fixing" itself. This has, on occasion, led to a BSOD, though most of the time it resolves itself. Also, on occasion it doesn't fix itself and I have to do a hard reboot. After a while I decided to have task manager open on my second monitor at all times so that I could monitor the cpu usage and memory, incase something odd happened when it froze. Doing so, I noticed that every time the computer froze, all four cores of my cpu would shoot up to 100% and then drop back down after the system resolved itself. However, memory usage never changed (note this was also done with F@H not running). Also, the source of the freezing seemed to change. Sometimes my monitors would go black for a few seconds and then everything would come back. A message would pop up on my task bar stating something along the lines of "your graphics display driver/kernel has crashed and successfully recovered." Other times, a window would pop up stating that "the memory instruction could not be read" and giving me some error code. Still other times the system would resolve itself and nothing would happen, no error message or temporary black screens.
- Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit Service Pack 1 - Original installed OS - OEM full retail (OEM I installed) - System is about 9-10 months old - original OS installation (9-10 months old)
it crashes suddenly and many times and it has given me this problems since i bought it,so i decided to post here to look up for the solution.
My computer's OS is windows 7 x64,it has 8 GB of ram and an Intel I5 Quad core processor 3.20 GHz.
I tried fixing the problem by updating drivers,searching for viruses,setting my pc to low power consumption,improving the heat dissipation with many fans and a new case and cleaning inside it,running chkdsk,uninstalling some useless programs and doing RAM tests but nothing of this worked.
so lately ive been getting BSOD all the time,i cant play a game more than 15 min before i get BSOD, and when im surfing it takes a little bit longer but after an hour or two of doing NOTHINg on the computer, i still get bluescreen. i dont know what to do, i think its the graphic card that is messing with me. because if i touch it, i almost get burnt, its really hot. error code is stop: 0x00000124 (0x0000000000000000, 0xfffffa8007c9c028, 0x00000000f2000000, 0x00000000002008f) ive never posted here, nor do i know alot about this
Often, when I start up a game, it decides to crash my whole system resulting in a blue screen. Do note, however, that it has also crashed when not in a game, but only once or twice.My first thought was the ram, as it was and is giving a lot of memory errors, so I ran memtest for over 10 hours with no failures. My next thought was the CPU, so I ran prime 95 on blend and small ftt tests for over 8 hours which also proved to be stable. Next was the HDD, and I did everything from examining the SMART info to a long generic test. GPU was my last hope, but Furmark doesn't phase the card, and I even ran MemtestG80 which supposedly tests the GPUs memory as well. I do realize these tests are not the end all, and there could be a problem with any one of them that the tests didn't find. I have also reinstalled Windows Something curious happened when I ran memtest the other day. I had one stick in and left the room for a few minutes, only to come back to 7k+ errors. This was it I thought, I finally found out what was causing it. I wanted to test it again to make sure it wasn't a bug in the software, but it ran for 8 hours with no errors. So I'm lead to believe it's the ram, motherboard, memory cache, or psu. I am leaning away from the psu based on the fact that I get lucky and am able to play Skyrim on Ultra with no issue.I have attached several recent minidumps for anyone who is able to understand such things.
While playing any game even if it is a small flash game a blue screen appears after sometime and my laptop automatically get restart.What to do?I'm using windows 7 ultimate x86 It is an OEM version I've purchased my laptop 3 years back.
It can happen instantly when I load up minecraft or not at all after playing arkham city for 2 hours. Ive ran memtest for 9 passes with no error. Ive made sure all my drivers are updated. Im on my second video card, because I thought that was the issue initially and gave me an excuse to order a newer one. I flashed the bios to the newest version I found and the errors stopped for about a month or so, long enough for me to throw away my boxes. I dont know what else to do. I appreciate any help. File requested for new thread is attached.