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Also msn and some other firefox tabs were open. Double-click the The Lord of the Rings Online folder. Maguscreed View Public Profile Find More Posts by Maguscreed 12 Aug 2011 #3 zigzag3143 Win 8 Release candidate 8400 2,137 posts Quote: Originally Posted by kevinbkt Over I guess it might have something to do with my graphics card, maybe over heating or a bad combination of drivers. his comment is here

Basic Information Current OS: Windows (7) Ultimate [ 64-bit ] Original OS: Windows Vista RAM: 4.00 GB Processor: Intel Pentium [Dual] CPU E220 (2.40 GHz x 2.40 GHz) Set to Game ModeDisable X-Fi CMSS-3DEnable DTS ConnectDISable DTS Neo:PC (not needed for game surround sound)Flexijack set to MicrophoneDisable X-Fi CrystalizerDisable Bit-Matching At that point, our settings are very similar. The sound card lies almost directly on top of one of my GTX 470 video cards. Or if I can partition, is there a wiser way of doing it than what I have now? (i.e.

If this fixes the issue, try Direct x11, but uncheck the following two Lord of the Rings Online in-game options: "Options > Graphics > Advanced post processing effects" "Options > Graphics Jul 01 2012,05:15 AM #20 Hurin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Grand Poster Join Date Feb 2007 Location USA Posts 4,681 Originally Posted by Maldorf1 Thanks. First thing to do is blow all the dust/cat hair out. GraphicsCore=D3D9 ).

  • Is that going to cause a decrease in video quality, or will it not matter all since the LOTRO program is rather old anyhow?
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  • demacrose09-16-2011, 09:45 AMUsually in OpenAL game with X-ram at windows x64 occurs BSOD Auzentech released new driver for Forte, there exists this line "Driver fix for BSOD encountered with 64-bit O/Ses
  • BSOD Help and Support BSOD - playing lotro - bccode: 116OS: Win7 Ultimate x64 The issue is intermittent and I have yet to be able to consistently recreate the problem using
  • Here is what the devs emailed me today, and they do ask that I turn off the hardware rendered sound: "Greetings , Thank you for contacting Turbine Technical Support.
  • They use a driver, found in your dmp,sptd.sys, that is notorious for causing BSODs.
  • The kind people at seven forums have found the problem and it is the ctoss2k.sys Creative OS Services Driver.

My laptop shuts down while I am playing games,watching video on Youtube, Live stream or for no obvious reason. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 25 of 31 Thread: Blue Screen crashes when playing LOTRO Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Linear Mode I have attached the info you requested in the how to post thread. Thankfully, Creative found the bug in their drivers and addressed it.

Please type your message and try again. Under the section titled [Troubleshooting] change the MaximumFrameRate option to 57 (i.e. When all fails, try it again. http://steamcommunity.com/app/212500/discussions/0/846956740697523973/ Maybe it didnt work for me because I am using the digital out through fiber optic to a reciever?

After getting it twice on different areas, I decided to uninstall the game.When I get the BSOD and do a warm boot, the system couldn't find the SSD boot drive. Thank you, The Turbine Technical Support Team Turbine, powered by our fans. This new beta driver hisses like a snake! Other Info The above information is provided as is, and the author assumes no responsibility for issues it may cause with your sanity or fanboyism.

Restore your operating system (OS): If all above fails, use the Linux, Mac, Windows, or Unix restore functions to return to an earlier working version of your operating system. I am now playing The Witcher with all the settings maxed out and no problems at all there. But thanks for answering. #2 Valamar View Profile View Posts 24 Jun, 2013 @ 8:15pm Never use the Steam feature "Verify Integredity of Game Cache" it is Broken. Like so. . .

This one sounds great IMO. this content It happens when the game is shifting from one location to another (within the game's "world").My latest theory is this - the data rate from the solid state drive is incompatible I will try these changes and see if it helps with the problem. I do have AVG 2012 Free Edition installed on the system, along with Malware Bytes Pro Edition, the Resource and Performance tool apparently doesn't detect them.

Link to the othe site where you will find plenty of info: http://forums.lotro.com/showthread.php?460954-Blue-Screen-crashes-when-playing-LOTRO Here is the page on Creative's site for the beta driver that seems to help most but has Or is there a Blue Screen? It just that the game looks ♥♥♥♥ with some of these changes :S Do you have a Sound Blaster card? weblink Memtest completed without errors(7 times).

I can't imagine that electromagnetic interference would vary from driver to driver. Make sure you have the newest drivers, unless it started to happen when you updated the driver, then roll back to an earlier one. After looking inside my PC I think I may see what the matter is.

Set it to as high as it would go, 1.0.

Here's the new minidump for that as well:http://www.mediafire.com/?b5gy1wykc36zen2 PyreeNov 18, 2011, 2:58 AM I am still looking at the old minidumps.I will say it is not good.Almost everyone crash is due Turbine and Creative knows it, as we were told many times that they were trying to fix it. There should be nothing inherent to the beta driver that would somehow make the card more susceptible to interference. It just that the game looks ♥♥♥♥ with some of these changes :S maldorf06-30-2012, 05:11 PMI also get blue screens when zoning in lotro.

Within there locate and open the userpreferences.ini file. It is provided for general information only and should not be relied upon as complete or accurate. ArmA seems to play nice. check over here Within there locate and open the userpreferences.ini file.

If this would be useful as well here, I can upload it for you guys to look at? Combat WombatDec 7, 2011, 5:11 AM hmmm, what psu you using? The regular driver though has no hiss at all and sounds superb. Within that file under the sectioned titled [Display] make the following changes: Change AllowFakeFullScreen=True to False Change SyncToRefresh=False to True Verify that the number following Resolution= matches your current Windows desktop

For both of you, just check the cables and make sure everything is snug- can't hurt. video help | post reply | read more BSOD while playing steam games ( Xcom, Chivalry, etc) error code F4 location: 7forums.com - date: December 26, 2012 Hi I'm running steam I have that sound card and was having the same issue. Jul 01 2012,04:06 AM #19 Maldorf1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date Jun 2012 Posts 26 Originally Posted by Hurin Maldorf, it is 99.9% certain that

Ever since then, I am getting BSOD failures. I changed the selection and since then have had no problems. Darth Bane06-27-2012, 01:00 AMI have heard some kinmates talking about crashing (not sure about blue screens) on loading screens, which you usually get on zoning. Doing a cold boot solves the missing SSD problem.

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