Windows freezes at random interval's while I play game's, but it seems to be only with certain games not particularly graphically intense but 3d accelerated none the less. I've done everything I can think of to fix it,
4)Windows totally updated
5)Tried drivers version 185, 190
and 192.62 or whatever the latest ones are from 1/8/10
6)I checked my drives to ensure there was no corruption
8)disabled programs at startup
9)Scanned my registry
10)Scanned for Malware
11)Scanned for Virus's, spyware all the stuff.
12)turned of the UAC
13)ran in compatiblity mode (which never works so I don't know why I ever bother doing it)
15)all my other drivers are the most recent version even my mouse.
16)tried 2 different Nvidia cards.
17)change all kinds of settings in bios, even the stupid cool'n'quiet bs.
18)questioned myself on why I bought an Nvidia card since my wife has an identical computer with an ATI card and has no problems.
19)Checked the event logs, all thats in them is error auditing has stopped, and the computer is recovered from my un=lawfull attempt to hard-restart it after it froze.
20)I have a 750 Corsair PSU no problem with power,
21)my cpu at max runs at 40C, my GPU is max around 50.
22)I tried all the suggestions Nvidia offered which equals 0
23)I tried all the support microsoft offered which was ensure the power is turned on.
24)dxdiag say's everythings ok.
25)Disabled the Aero Theme
26)Tried Completely disabling my second monitor.
27)Updated motherboard drivers, Chip set drivers,
28)Checked Reliability monitor and Events log, nothing.
I don't know what to do with it, I meen theres a-lot of stuff I have done other then that I cannot remember even. It ran fine on vista 64, which this computer was on when I upgraded to 7 Ultimate 64.
my pc freezes everytime i play games like cod modern warfare 2, 3, fifa 13, nfs mw or gta sa.. After 5-10 mins of gameplay pc freezes and a buzzing noise starts to come out from the speakers.i need to press the restart button everytime. my specs are:
biostar h55 hd mobo 2gb x 2 ddr3 ram @1333 hmz intel core i5 650 @3.20 ghz 500 gb hdd cm elite power 350w psu screen res. 1366x768 Win 7 ultimate 64 bit sp1
I built a PC the middle of last year, and ever since I've been having freezing problems. Either when I'm watching a video, or playing a game at random times my PC will completely freeze, forcing me to reboot. I've found (testing different RAM, scanning for viruses, updating the bios/video card drivers, etc.) and so far nothing has worked. Here are my specs:
Motherboard: ASUS P8Z68 DELUXE/GEN3 LGA 1155 Intel Z68 Processor: Intel Core i7-2600K Sandy Bridge 3.4GHz Video Card: HIS Radeon HD 6970 2GB 256-bit GDDR5 PSU: Antec High Current Gamer 900W RAM: 16GB
I also have a pretty big case [URL] with two large fans. At first I thought the card might be overheating, but even under a heavy load the highest temp it ever reached was 81 degrees (and that was only once while rendering an effects heavy video). I don't necessarily want to reinstall windows 7, but I'll try that too if I have to.
I have Windows 7 for about a year now and I really didn't have any problems up until a few months ago. My mouse pointer would start refreshing/flickering every 5 minutes or so and it would slow down anything I was watching or playing at the time. It doesn't really bother me when I watch movies because I can just shake the mouse and it would stop but when I play games I can't do anything about it and so I can't really play any games. I asked my repair man, he also has Windows 7 but he didn't know how to fix it.
My computer can run games fine for about 5 minutes, but that's about it. Then it will experience extreme lag, to the point where my FPS drops to 1-5. Usually I would think my video card is bad, but I don't believe so because it has played games fine in the past.
I am trying to play some games, but I can't because of this problem. I only have 64mb dedicated video memory, when in fact, I have 1696mb graphics memory. Also, there is a combined graphics card, one worse than the other, and I always seem to be suing the worse one, whne i want to use the better one. BTW, I am using an ASUS.
I am a 54 year old woman who has played games since I first had computers. My favs are Wild Tangent Games, Big Fish Games, and the Iwon site, among others. But now that I put Windows 7 on my computer it will hardly ever let me play unless I put my computer totally at risk by turning off all safety software, and checking the most dangerous things under Internet Properties. Isn't there a better way.
I have two desktops. Both are connected via a Ethernet switch. Both desktops are detecting each other. I can also share files from both the desktops.But i cant play LAN games. I'm making server from a desktop but other desktop not detecting it. Same case on both desktops. Till now i have tried NFS most wanted v1.3 and willrock. I installed same version of games in both the pc but not working.
I have the problems with playing games on my windows 7. At first, i can played most of the games that can be downloaded from websites. But now, I can't play most of the games.. The error message shows that there's the problem with my graphic card, and keep asking me to change the resolution and color depth. I didn't do anything with resolution and color depth, therefore no need to do anything. I'm currently using the "Realtek High Definition Audio Driver" and I've tried to upgrade to new one. But, I got the problem with installation What kind of driver should i installed ?
CPU : AMD FX 6100 Black Edition OS : Windows 7 Home premium Motherboard: Asus M5A78L-M/USB3 Memory : 4GB Corsair DDR3 1600mhz Vengeance Hard Drive: 500GB S-ATA111 6.0 Gb/s Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 T1 1GB
These are the specs of my computer and my computer seems to crash or restart my computer while I am playing Minecraft or Sanctum.
I bought an Nvidia 570gtx and I am able to have both audio and sound to play on my TV as a second monitor. However to do this I have to go into windows 7 screen resolution screen and duplicate the displays though ones 1900x1200 and the Tv is 1920x1080 causing the PC screen to look funky but I can live with it to launch the games.I than have to go into the sound properties and set the default for the system to the HDMI cable and I can play my games on the TV like I want. (about 30 feet away)When done I have to come back and undue each setting to get control back to my PC.
I upgraded to a new compaq laptop last year with windows 7 installed, and now i'm unable to play my old dos games and its giving me this error message when i try to play :
The version of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows you're running. Check your computer's system information to see whether you need an x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of the program, and then contact the software publisher.
I have dos box and it's still not working!! I would of assumed windows 7 would of had a program installed that would automatically allow you to play these games? What do i need to do? I'm not always keen or too confident at changing my computers settings is there a laymans guide at all?
The problem; Note; I have connected my spekears like this (HDMI from computer to my reciver to my speakers: [URL] seems like it's my GPU that handels it and it's a GTX 670 thats up to date.
What happens is that whenever I play World of Warcraft and play music, it starts to crackle (The sound that is) and kinda goes into slow motion mode. IT happens to wow sound also, but not when I use my headphones.
I'm running a gtx 680 4gb with the latest drivers on an asus rampage iv extreme using the hdmi out of the video card to my receiver. It shows in windows that it is connected to my integra dtc-9.8 and I get a picture and multichannel sound. When I go to play a game I get multichannel sound but there is constant crackling which make it unlistenable. I'm convinced this is an NVIDIA issue and it shouldn't have anything to do with anything else hooked up to the computer (all I have is the video card and a usb keyboard and mouse.) It seems like the port isn't powerful enough to push a strong enough signal for the 5.1 audio and the video, at least that's what it seems like.
I have windows 7 64 bit on an asus computer with a processor of intel core 2 quad and when i had windows vista, i could play my downloaded games with ease. However, every time I try to play it now, the screen either blacks out and restarts or the blue screen pops up.