I have tried many things to fix this problem...I'm not exactly sure what is wrong though. I have updated drivers, turned down settings to bare minimum, and done virus and spyware checks (both came out with nothing). Nothing seems to change.
I only ever have these problems, though, while I am doing something like playing a game. It doesn't make sense to me that anything else could be the cause than the increased usage of the computer from playing these games. It seems to be more often when it is a more advanced (graphically)/recent game, like Aion, compared to an older game.
Normally, when I get a BSOD I get one of those error messages when I reboot that say "Windows has recovered from a serious error...etc." and sometimes I get a helpful report on a problem, but I never get that message anymore and I cannot figure out the problem. I have attached a dxdiag.txt in hopes that someone can help me figure out this problem.
If anyone needs anymore information from me, I'd be glad to give it.
Thanks in advance.
Edit: A small extra note that's important: The lower the settings, the less frequent the crashes. For example, if I play Aion on highest settings, it will crash in minutes, but if I put the game on lowest settings, it will take hours to crash. I had the game on earlier after this post with everything on Lowest. I played fine for 4 hours, then went out to a store with the game on and came back to a frozen screen. In reverse, when I started playing it this morning, it was on near highest settings and crashed every other minute, I was lucky to have logged in before it crashed. It seems, though, that no matter what it will eventually crash. The only variables are how long it takes and what type of crash I will receive.
Edited by Polantaris, 06 September 2009 - 05:22 PM.