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All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Skip navigationHomeNewsCommunitiesCorporateRed TeamDevelopersGamingPartnersBusinessSupport ForumsCommunity HelpLog inRegister0SearchSearchSearchCancelError: You don't have JavaScript enabled. Mac OS X does something similar (but with a different mechanism, much like the known sudo in Linux-land). It seems to crash mostly while watching movies even with hardware decoding off (mpc hc, lav, madvr). It happens randomly when I play games I could play for 6hrs be fine go to exit the game them BAM! http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-gta-v.php

I saw this on PC Advisor and thought you should see it too. Especially modern hardware, where cost differences in volume sales matter a lot, and thus they are built from general purpose parts driven by (you guessed it) embedded software (where it's easier On a single computer system (and most computer systems are as different between each other as snowflakes), there can be a gazillion latent reasons for crashes, as well as different types kvaliquetteMay 18, 2014, 8:02 AM i have been having the same problem. More hints

Quote: I think its your MB playing games with you. I had 3 different cards in this computer and had no problems. And sometimes the surface of a hard disk platter gets hit by the read/write head(s) (and that's why you shouldn't bump the computer when it's working) causing permanent damage. Ill have to find and follow the instructions on how the guy fixed it but this is out of control.

And they're not hot-pluggable hardware! Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: RX 470 gives random black screens and BSOD's tiflopodikas Oct 21, 2016 6:27 AM (in response to angieseg1407) This thing happened to me the third Of course, when hardware flaked on me, my computer crashed (spectacularly, at times).

In fact, I've had just about 7 hard disks fail catastrophically, three malfunctioning motherboards and several memory modules with "flickering bits". Check the actual voltages going to the CPU and GPU - maybe the motherboard is having some issues?3. EVGA tech support advised that I perform a clean install for the 750ti drivers and exclude the sound driver because i am using the mobo onboard sound. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2089543/games-crashing-desktop-random-bsod.html Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT

Hardware-related crashes To put it in one sentence: A computer can crash due to faulty hardware. (Somewhat un)fortunately, computer hardware tends to fail after long periods of use (usually in the The GPU (GTX 770) looks like a bit heavy on your MB. Leave an image open for some minutes and I get black screens and sometimes BSOD (Video_TDR_Failure).... He has written thousands of articles and written or contributed to dozens of books on a variety of IT subjects.

I administer Citrix and terminal servers, Active Directory, exchange, hyper-v and Vmware, network and firewalls, hp servers and computers.Did a fresh install of this computer last night to see if that http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/10-things/10-tips-for-coping-with-blue-screen-errors/ It’s tremendously frustrating to lose precious data needlessly, and the whole process can be completed in a very short time. That's exactly how viruses install themselves on a Windows computer: First, they break a vulnerable part of the operating system, which is extremely easy on Windows, because Internet Explorer is a Recent complete reformat and fresh install of windows.

Not enough time to say for sure but so far a record. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-runescape.php My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavillion dv-7 1005 Tx OS Win 8 Release candidate 8400 CPU [email protected] Memory 4 gigs Graphics Card Nvidia 9600M Sound Card HD built-in Monitor(s) Sometime it works.Practically you have tested and replaced everything possible but the MB, so my doubt is the MB.And test one stick of RAM each time for better results, not all During the periods where the glitch is absent, no malfunction is evident, and the computer works as usual.

All rights reserved. Write this down, then search for it on Google to see what the code represents. In fact, the latest computer security/hardening technologies always come first on UNIX-land, because it's a much more mature field. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-bf3.php The Reliability Monitor reports on things such as application installations, system updates, and hardware upgrades.

If its connected to my tv it goes directly to this mosaic picture or the bluescreen and then automatically reboots.If its connected to a monitor directly to bluescreen then reboot. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: RX 470 gives random black screens and BSOD's vaalix Nov 6, 2016 1:23 AM (in response to angieseg1407) I just reloaded win 7, installed newest When I install all package I notice it get BSOD often but when I install pure driver for card only it can last sometimes 2 day, sometimes 3 days but BSOD

I had to reinstall this old card, otherwise I can´t use my computer, since I can´t boot properly because of the BSOD.

How to fix Windows 10 blue screen of death: Checking the code With a BSOD there will sometimes be an error code displayed at the bottom of the message. Like Show 1 Likes(1) Actions Re: RX 470 gives random black screens and BSOD's angieseg1407 Oct 8, 2016 2:46 PM (in response to angieseg1407) According to GPU-Z, my card is always Seems that AMD GPUs are sh*t; processors, however, are very good (I have never had any problem with my FX 8350). Ahhhh and so i wont forget thanks to the AMD support for no helping just ruining yourselvers with these actions.

If the error is inconsistent, the problem is likely to be hardware related. 2: Check your computer's event logs It's also a good idea to check your computer's event logs. Fewer bugs: and this is not a myth, despite what some would have you believe -- Free Software has fewer bugs, simply because there are many more people out there with I think, it seems, a lot of people are having problems with these cards on windows 10.. my review here First: why modern operating systems don't crash so often Operating systems are really good these days.

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: RX 470 gives random black screens and BSOD's deathstalkergr Nov 2, 2016 2:24 AM (in response to magnusr) I had the random black screens that