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Change Antialiasing= to Disabled if set to 2x/4x etc. (e.g. Jun 28 2012,08:52 PM #14 Maldorf1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date Jun 2012 Posts 26 Originally Posted by nikil Bingo! Try uninstalling LOTROâ„¢ and reinstalling. The time now is 03:49 PM. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-gta-v.php

It's too fast (or too slow). You don't need it to get full surround in LotRO. Everything worked fine with all previous graphics settinsg (Windowed Mode) and I even turned down a couple for good measure. Your options are to either get a laptop cooling pad, or just use some small things to prop up the laptop so the bottom of it gets some airflow (basically a http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/180596-bsod-when-playing-lotro.html

It's just the other games I play that is prone to just black screen me and lock up, or even just randomly restart itself. And i have attached the files that u can analyze it. I click the "access to launcher menue" tab. I wonder if it's enabling other recording devices by default.

The BSODs used to happen when in Rift raids back in the day and also when zoning. Best, B Well, I reinstalled the driver and the hissing was still there. Just keep the 500 and 1 TB whole? I often cannot play more then 3-5 min sometimes more before BSOD or crash to desktop(if im lucky).

The Reddhirrim - Evernight Contact - Stabbitha or Noxexy. And if so what would be the wiser way to do it, if the way I did is a bit "off"[Edit] As I'm typing this I actually found the paper I I run two Radeon HD6870's in Crossfire mode. https://www.lotro.com/forums/showthread.php?503820-U10-Blue-Screen-of-Death Under the section titled [Troubleshooting] change the MaximumFrameRate option to 57 (i.e.

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Standing Stone Games and the Standing Stone Games logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Standing Stone Games LLC. . Did you run a defrag (hard drives only)/ check disk? I can't really put my finger on it. I can't imagine that electromagnetic interference would vary from driver to driver.

I am writing this right after black screening after repatching my client. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-runescape.php Im going to play the game some with the system ram setting maxed out so it uses the max amount for video because it makes zoning really fast and I see Maybe that is it. 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.

Agreed (I ran 'em too), but did you notice that the memory addresses seem to within a similar range (i.e. I'm pretty moronic when it comes to that stuff. I've submitted this twice to them and they haven't even issued me a ticket on it!!! http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-bf3.php it's the Windows HDD format..

Ran a CPU and GPU stress test. The game has always run sketchy before with certain graphics errors (slow rendering, ground vanishing for a few seconds, etc.) but nothing intolerable. They had me generate a System Health file as well as run some BSOD File Collection app and zip the resulting data folder and health file together and upload it.

But when I try and play a DVD, once the disc starts to spin, I get the blue screen of death and the PC reboots - all loads back up fine.

Anyone out there have a good card to recommend? When I log back in, I get the whole "Windows has recovered from a serious error" dealio. After deleting/installing software over and over your hdd will start to work harder than it has to... Please enable the use of JavaScript in your browser.

If this would be useful as well here, I can upload it for you guys to look at? It indicates a memory issue. You've got some other setting or "third factor" causing that behavior. news Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. 0 LOTRO Audio drivers issue Started by Melismatic, May 24 2012 03:12 PM Please log in to reply 4 replies to this topic #1

sbogusNov 18, 2011, 4:57 AM Pyree said: I am still looking at the old minidumps.I will say it is not good.Almost everyone crash is due to a different or slightly different My gpu fans are forced to around 80-85% constant to help with any heat issues that I may not be aware of, but from observations off and on, the temps seem I?have a Creative Xt Fatalty Pro using Vista Ultimate 64x? I don't know why.

This is making me think it might be the sound card (not that the other suspects are off the hook).