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Thanks for any help. Prior to a Win 7 update late last year (maybe around Sept, Oct) my screen would black out (mostly in games but sometimes out of them) and it would say something Jan 18, 2007 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. My System Specs OS Windows Vista SP3 + Windows 7 Agrevail View Public Profile Find More Posts by Agrevail 12 Oct 2009 #6 Halmeo WIN7X64 5 posts (sorry

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Erolithari 76 Blood Elf Warlock 1160 17 posts Erolithari Ignored Aug 26, 2013 Copy URL View Post ok. is there software that i could use to see what temperature my pc was at a certain time so that i could cross-reference the time of crash with various temperatures inside Unhidereport as spam Nirth Mr. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

the problem is that it crashes when i leave my downloads running while i'm at school. got a wow.exe windows error "the instruction at 0x00..017637fc referenced memory at . View wishlist Start conversation Invite to friends Invite to friends Accept invitation Accept invitation Pending invitation... I disabled that.

Get the answer Best answer hedwar2011Jan 23, 2013, 12:44 AM heldelance said: I've done some monitoring and tried playing even when it was 38-40C here. any help possible would be greatly greatly beyond greatly appreciated because my head is about to explode and the only option i think i have is to send this pc back or are there any softwares that do detailed logging of various events that occur in the system (esp. Made a copy of my gtx260 bios with nvflash.

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My System Specs OS Windows Vista SP3 + Windows 7 . I'm flattered at your assumption...that I can help you...but that assumption may not be well-founded. I downloaded nvflash. Temps are reflected for hard drives and CPUs...and the general rule for hard drives is that anything above 50 Celsius is considered overheating.

Mark View Public Profile Visit Mark's homepage! In fact, ever since the Windows update late last year, it's pretty much stopped. here's my response to tech support:ok. I am not overclocking, I thought that might be the case so I set it back to factory clocks.

Tested new drv and tdr fix all that you can do. Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Moderator, could you please do me a favor to diagnose my situation? please help.This is the first pc I ever built, has been BSOD from day one.

Faineth 90 Blood Elf Warrior 9210 195 posts Faineth Ignored Aug 18, 2013 (Edited) Copy URL View Post I used to get a lot of bsod a while back, then Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy

It To see the cause I have to take a look at the dumps with the Debugging Tools for Windows.

Not for my sake, but for the next guy that comes along with this problem, please make sure #1 that they have a strong enough power supply, and #2 that they

It mentioned something about fixing BSOD issues but I can't for the life of me, find the relevant update notes online!Gonna see if this solves it, also gonna try removing all This program began to test my CPU and the first worker (Out Of 4) Fails on the second test. After the Win 7 update, it's mostly eliminated the problem, I very rarely get the crash now (even when playing GPU intensive games).My hardware is as followsAMD Phenom II X4 955Gigabyte I am getting frustrated, and the game really isn't any fun like this.

Started by WinSae77 , Oct 25 2015 04:24 AM Please log in to reply 12 replies to this topic #1 WinSae77 WinSae77 Members 8 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:23 AM Posted i don't think that i have a virus and spyware generally doesn't have symptoms like this, at least i don't think they do. Comment buried. navigate here The card was tested at dealer and no problem.

I have a full retail version of Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit os. Thread* - techPowerUp! Please download the language pack file again. It really sounds like something is going fishy with your GPU so I would start there.

Already have an account? Louis Using The REPORT Button BC Forum Rules Malware Removal Logs Forum Am I Infected Forum Before You Post About A Problem Back to top #3 WinSae77 WinSae77 Topic Starter Members I'll post the BSOD log file when I get home tonight + screenies of my hardware from CPU-Z 6 answers Last reply Jan 23, 2013 Best Answer Jan 23, 2013 More Changed the value voltage (extra) from 1.12v to 1.06v After that working fine..