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BSOD Playing Diablo III (persisting After Uninstall)

Try to uninstall through Control Panel \ System \ Device Manager but be sure you checked the option, which force the system to remove drivers from the harddisk. Feel free to check back in every so often and we'll look further into it. :)On one hand: Finally! My vid card temps peak at 65C solo (low video settings) and 71C in groups.Your feedback is greatly appreciated. One of the things that was mentioned there was reinstalling DirectX and it's helped with some people.

I tested out my memory sticks (8GB kingston) and windows didn't detect anything wrong with them.I think I could really use some help here because all these crashing and BSOD are I'm glad I'm not experiencing that network lag [email protected]: Nope, I'm not basing it on the other posts but rather on the comments of the support reps who answered my ticket. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) Register to remove ads #2 badmaster badmaster Topic Starter Members 17 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:48 PM Posted 20 March 2013 I only install video driver.

When it's borderless colors are fine , when it's fullscreen there is blue tint. As for the tunneling protocol, I suppose it could be Utorrent or Cisco connect. Do you have the latest Win certified drivers installed for that card?

On Diablo i manage to make it run on full without the blue tint but no idea how. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. For a listing of free File Sharing websites see: you may use File Dropper or post a link to the file in your next post.2. ) To help us Likewise, chipset suite drivers may include stuff like drive controller drivers to have your storage devices work properly, but it may also include misc.

Your CPU is mostly at fault here, so you'll want to get it replaced and get things a bit more stable prior to updating the BIOS. The video isn't OC'd at all as I didn't feel comfortable doing so. In my minidump I didn't see Ntoskrnl.exe, but I did see ntkrnlmp.exe, which might be a driver/mobo issue. I've had more "The display adapter has stopped working" messages with an additional GPU in my desktop than before.As unfortunate as it may sound, if it truly is your PSU, you

It fixed some of my errors before. Sep 14, 2014 #10 Dlovinge TS Rookie Topic Starter Device manager seems fine. Windows standard drivers for these works perfectly, the drivers included with your motherboard software just adds extra junk like faster recharging of devices and whatnot. Analysts: Same fatal error for all of them, including running core and bank (obviously the same bank since L0 I believe only has one): Code: 0: kd> !errrec fffffa8007bca028 =============================================================================== Common

ram issue? Maybe I didn't properly fully uninstall them? (I didn't use a third party program to uninstall) Temps are fine. They are marketing gimmicks and never actually improve anything and only make your system unstable. If you still have the problem, you'll know that it is hardware caused Sep 13, 2014 #8 Dlovinge TS Rookie Topic Starter Reinstalling windows is a last resort for me.

Sep 12, 2014 #4 Dlovinge TS Rookie Topic Starter SATAIII? Check This Out Can this GPU handle ultra details at fullHD? I'll check the CPU now, and then contact ebuyer. But it might help. 'Still hoping I'd be able to play without underclocking my system.

  1. now i dual channeled both sticks again and it's all fine pc booted etc...
  2. and it wasn't pretty.
  3. SilverFox 6520 posts SilverFox Ignored Sep 2, 2014 Copy URL View Post Whenever doing Nvidia driver update or downgrade, use custom install/clean install.
  4. As for updating the BIOS, yes, if you have a faulty CPU - which I believe you have - it's probably not the best idea to update the BIOS right now.
  5. A response from Blizz!On the other hand: I'm at the mercy of RNG IRL...
  6. LOW SETTINGS (Driver 340.52): texture quality (low), shadow quality (off), physics (low), clutter density (low), anti-aliasing (off), low-FX enabled, VSYNC (on), Max Foreground FPS (disabled) - screen flickers when moving (only
  7. I've tested it on games like CS:GO , Diablo 3 , WoW.
  8. The PC is relatively new these things shouldn't be happening...If you need any more information that could help in figuring out the problem please point it out!
  9. Related with the CPU temperature...

Sep 12, 2014 #3 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +234 It may be an SSD issue afterall, so if the bios update doesn't help... doesnt matter. and the symptoms are still there. Source Attached is my system info and the only minidump I have.

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i had few problems in the past related with dust on the cooler and it rised up my pc temperature where it shouldn't be but for the time being the idle

Unfortunately, we do not have any other information about this, such as what's causing it. you have to actually uninstall your nvidia proprietary driver, then uninstall (and tell it to delete the driver) the windows driver from the device manager. Checked Device Manager - found 4 Nvidia sound drivers, disabled 35. Greetings!This is Game Master Morxeta!

on my GTX760M I can play only on medium [but most games on high] SEnergy07-27-2014, 11:22 AMhmm gtx860m nice. xdon8207-29-2014, 08:19 AMsorry blue-ish . stuff like temp monitor software and all that jazz. I believe it showed "IRQL_NOT_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL." Now on to some other notes: I never crash *during* a game, just after.

Name the folder Events.( 2 ) Click Start (orb) and in the search box type "Event" then click on "Event Viewer" in top column.Click on the triangle next to "Windows Logs" Then I downloaded the new drivers from the AMD website using the automatic detection software which downloaded and installed the latest AMD drivers 12.6 I believe.