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#1 Brasoe

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Posted 31 July 2018 - 10:06 AM

Hello!

 

My relatively new PC has been hardcrashing without bluescreen. In fact, as soon as it crashes my GPU stops outputting video. This usually happens when im running GPU heavy tasks like video games, (Fortnite, Hearthstone, but not League of Legends).

 

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http://speccy.piriform.com/results/0TQbx8z6mE1fVmeST2gAsds

 

I have since swapped my PSU for a new one, checked to see if my RAM is configured correctly, and checked to see if my CPU or GPU are overheating. None of these are causing the problem.

 

I am at a loss with this problem, does anyone have a clue?

 



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#2 Mason21

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Posted 31 July 2018 - 01:28 PM

I have another guy with a problem just like yours... recommend re-installing your GPU driver. Go to device manager, and find your display adapter, click on "update driver". This has worked in my case, I was using Geforce Experience to update my driver, I was having problems with their drivers, so tried this method, and it has worked. If it doesn't update, delete the driver, and let Windows 10 install the new driver on reboot. 



#3 Brasoe

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Posted 01 August 2018 - 07:29 AM

I have another guy with a problem just like yours... recommend re-installing your GPU driver. Go to device manager, and find your display adapter, click on "update driver". This has worked in my case, I was using Geforce Experience to update my driver, I was having problems with their drivers, so tried this method, and it has worked. If it doesn't update, delete the driver, and let Windows 10 install the new driver on reboot. 

 

Hey, thanks for replying. I've tried updating and uninstalling but neither worked. I've also tried to use driver booster to download the latest version of the display driver, no change. Any other ideas?






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