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BSODs while playing games (0x000000E, 0x000003B, 0x000001E, and more)


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#1 Maww67

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Posted 27 November 2016 - 03:08 PM

For the past 1-3 months I have been receiving multiple BSODs (most of the time with different error codes). The thing is that it mostly depends on what game I am playing. For example when I am playing League of Legends and Star Wars : The Old Republic, my pc runs butter smooth with no crashes, stops, or BSODs. But when I play titles like CSGO, Battlefield 4, and Battlefront, I frequently get BSODs and basically cant play without crashing. I also recently did a clean install of video drivers. Some help would be really appreciated, as I have been having this problem for the longest. 

 

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#2 JinXiang91

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Posted 27 November 2016 - 08:09 PM

For the past 1-3 months I have been receiving multiple BSODs (most of the time with different error codes). The thing is that it mostly depends on what game I am playing. For example when I am playing League of Legends and Star Wars : The Old Republic, my pc runs butter smooth with no crashes, stops, or BSODs. But when I play titles like CSGO, Battlefield 4, and Battlefront, I frequently get BSODs and basically cant play without crashing. I also recently did a clean install of video drivers. Some help would be really appreciated, as I have been having this problem for the longest. 

 

(I attached a file that should help diagnosis)

Hi,

I will do an analyze on your BSOD when Im home. Currently at work now.

You may want to try run a stress test for your graphic card using Furmark.

Also... Please advise if you are using any overclocking software.

Thanks.






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