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BSOD After 5 Minutes Of Play In BC2

BSODS, crash to desktops all of them. Get a legal copy of Windows. 2. Thought it would be RAM or HDD. The mouse and keyboard would be unresponsive for a few seconds. this contact form

Maybe try opening the tower, turn the PC on & game. Any advice? you can host it here www.yousendit.com That files contains the BSOD info. It's been working perfectly for several hours now, so I think it is all set.

Replicators06-22-2010, 06:22 PMThis is something that should be fixed as ALOT of people use onboard! That will tell you what is causing the issue. I got bsods on my gtx470 in bc2 after messing around in the cp. It was a well known fact that at that time BC2 was the culprit, it has been the conclusion of MANY threads on several different PC hardware forums.

Sounds like memory to me. Schaeffy77 Enlisted: 2011-12-06 2012-01-29 05:14 Lol don't worry, its the exact same error as everyone had in BC2, I have been through this numerous times, I have seen people practically build morganz03-03-2010, 05:06 PMRan memory test, no issues found. I had 2 1GB sticks and a 2GB stick in my rig and both 1gb sticks were bad.

I can analyze it to find the root of the problem more specifically. This should eliminate any problem with your BFBC2 profile folder. Same experiences? I started playing Bad Company 2 again last night after a long rest.

The error at the top will tell you whether it is something more serious than a driver problem, and the file will tell you which driver is causing the problem. AlSO, memtest86 is for 32bit OS's Thanks Freyar03-03-2010, 02:20 PMWhat is the actual bluescreen error anyway? Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. It's more likely to catch bad RAM if it can hit it with multiple passes.

  1. kind of buggy.
  2. BTW, I am running maxed settings in BC2.
  3. morganz03-17-2010, 12:13 PMfor real guys, check your cpu temp.
  4. What fixed it for me are the 10.3a and now 10.3b drivers.
  5. Also this issue has only recently been happening just thought i would note that.
  6. But with my blue screen it seems different to other times I have experienced them.
  7. Just install those 2 things on a spare hard drive if you have one lying around...
  8. But likely it was the CPU temp, BC2 is a very CPU intensive game (apparently, hence all the i5/i7 quadcore buzz).
  9. morganz03-03-2010, 03:56 PMchrisdglong, thanks for the tip, I will try this..however, Steam did an update on the game (I think), and I increased my ram paging 1.5x the ram amount to
  10. Try running your fan speed higher on your video cards.

Don't have an account? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/109530-13-blue-screen-bfbc2 I find sometimes that windows' own generic sound drivers are more stable than the SoundMAX/Realtek drivers. Also on GameFAQs...Help - Answers to the most commonly asked questions about GameFAQs.FAQ Bookmarks - Access and manage the bookmarks you have added to different guides.FAQ Bounty - Write a FAQ If you have a new system with NO thermal paste on the CPU, put some on (if your system is older, check the CPU and put some more on).

It only happens in BFBC2. weblink edit: Is it possible to make it DX8 xD Sgt.Steiger04-10-2010, 01:03 PMFound my problem. We have searched and searched about this problem and have talked to several hardcore computer techs who are hardcore gamers, who have said it has something to do with either BF Been $hitn and Gitn ever since.

tet5uo View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by tet5uo Find Threads by tet5uo 01-29-2011, 05:12 PM #15 Duff5000 Join Date: Oct 2009 Reputation: 263 Posts: 2,533 Quote: I cleaned the CPU with acetone and wasnt cheap on re-applying the CPU paste, I'm now having record low temperatures. Initializing disk for crash dump ... http://aurdev.com/bsod-after/bsod-after-blackout.html Your CPU could also be faulty.

Tent03-03-2010, 01:10 PMYou want specific info on the crash: Normally STOP errors are an indication that there is a major fault with drivers. I can analyze it to find the root of the problem more specifically. The process that crashed was the "System.exe" process.

I have onboard sound from my gigabyte motherboard.

I had almost every blue screen there was a few months ago. I can't remember the exact tech details of why it helps (was something to do with general load put on system by the game as it is extremely cpu hungry compared It is usually as easy as replacing a single device/part that the game does not like. Re-loaded the drivers and tried again and so far so good.

I looked at the BSOD message after disabling auto restart previously, one major thing it told me to do was disable caching/shadowing is bios...??? Thanks Again Scott a.k.a~Gilliosa Back to top #2 smakme7757 smakme7757 Champion Atomican 4,205 posts Location:Europe Posted 18 March 2011 - 02:41 AM The 0x000000124 is usually related to Vcore. This machine has been somewhat flaky for the past month. his comment is here Douken03-23-2010, 05:16 AMI'm using 24bit 48000hz I guess I'll try lower to see if it helps.