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BSOD/ Hard Hang when streaming Videos

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#1 SlipperyPickle


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Posted 22 August 2016 - 12:18 AM

Hey thanks in advance for anyone who can even remotely help. So far havent found anyone with the same problem only similar.
Whenever i stream videos my computer either BSOD or just plain black screen crashes, anywhere from a minute to an hour into streaming. Tried on all browser and lots of different sites and plugins.

Gaming is fine (i run all on ultra and dont skip a beat ever) just seems to only be when streaming online (download videos are fine).

Nvidia Geforce GTX760
16Gb RAM
Intel Core i5-4670 @3.40GHz
no overclocking on either.
AS Rock Z87 Killer motherboard

Ive tried too many things. updated drivers (about eight times since it started).

If anyone could help you will be remembered as the king of kings. Thanks

Edited by Queen-Evie, 22 August 2016 - 09:47 AM.
moved from Audio and Video to BSOD

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#2 smax013


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Posted 02 September 2016 - 07:21 AM

Just a stab in the dark...have you tried playing with the screen resolution to see if that might help? As I said, a stab in the dark so I don't have an expectation that it will help.

The other thing to try would be to temporarily pull all of your RAM modules except one. See if that helps. If it does, then swap in another module, etc. Bad RAM modules can sometimes cause BSOD.

#3 smax013


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Posted 02 September 2016 - 07:23 AM

And you probably should do what is instructed here:


Since your post was moved, you likely did not see those instructions.

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