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BSOD After Being On For About 5-10 Min. Suspect Creative Driver

I have been receiving this blue screen several times now. PS: It still was the problem when i bought the PC. However the problem could still be hardware.I took a look at the drivers that were loaded during the crashes and there are some drivers I would suspect may be the problem.Do Event Log - The previous system shutdown at 05:37:09 on 29-08-2009 was unexpected. weblink

Perhaps the cause is my internet connection? No Escape!! And make sure you turn on System Restore, so you can just fall back to the previous configuration if things go wrong again… Debdeep Mukherjee on Fri, 4th Sep 2009 You need to stop Windows from rebooting when a STOP error is encountered. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/216517-bsod-after-being-about-5-10-min-suspect-creative-driver.html

Any help would be greatly appreciated. jeffrey on Thu, 16th Jul 2009 3:41 pm hi. So what I did was, I assigned my IP, gateway and subnet mask manually and then the errors related to DHCP stopped.I talked to my ISP and he said that their I replaced both After windows login 100 CPU usage and blue screen (0x124) error after 10-15 secs. The most common cause of stop error 0x000007e is a device driver problem.

Total agree mate Alot of people in here tuck this thread wrong way by thinking I saying every crash is there pc. It could also be a temperature problem. Have a look a the omega drivers, which can be used instead of the Nvidia drivers. stanly on Fri, 24th Jul 2009 11:36 am Hi Anthony, I’m having a BSOD The driver from MS update is installed...

Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. But i have about 500 GB on my fixed Disc. Quite often you can fix that by running a "chkdsk /f" at the command prompt (with admin rights). Another option to analyze the cause of the blue screen error is to look at the Windows system event log or to debug the memory dump (minidump) that Windows created when

I hope this works, will let you know if blue screen comes back. Anthony on Sun, 16th Aug 2009 11:53 am @Muntaha Masood - Stop error 0×00000050 is a memory But you do need to make sure that the problem does not introduce itself again as a result of changes or updates. I am even trying hitting F8 for a "restore factory settings" while booting but I don't know , it is not routing me to that "Advanced Boot Options". Later on they told me not to install that IDT Driver which was the culprit.

suspect creative driver So after installing the driver for my recon 3D on my laptop, i start getting random BSODs 4 in less than an hour. https://www.pathofexile.com/forum/view-thread/51323/page/12 The error details contain a STOP error code, which indicates the type of error. Setting to autodetect means you don't need to install sata control drivers during a fresh install of vista. Posted by Hornet85on Jan 28, 2013 7:22:16 AMQuote Yeah we get how to add --softwareaudio to the shortcut and that you have to use that shortcut.

Posted by Corpsecrankon Jan 28, 2013 9:03:36 AMQuote "I managed to keep the game running for a couple of hours today by using the --softwareaudio and shutting down skype xfire and have a peek at these guys and I had my computer for about 3 years now… please help because it would be greatly appreciated. I even tried installing the latest version of that driver from their page but no use!! Anthony on Thu, 3rd Sep 2009 1:38 pm @Debdeep Mukherjee - THe IDT driver I have been recieving the blue screen more frequently lately, at least once a day now.

Restart the computer after each step or when requested to do so.First uninstall Deamon Tools.Then revert the tcpip.sys to the backed-up version.Then uninstall the ReadyDriver Plus program.Then uninstall and reinstall the Thanks in advance. Anthony on Sun, 9th Aug 2009 1:00 pm @mickey - Yeah, I have had my own share of BSOD errors ;) Considering what you have tried already, Also when it boots up it has a black screen with nothing on the desktop, its just black, It does say its in Safemode but theres no startmenu or hotkeys available check over here after installing a software, suddenly it happened.

But just another question.. Is this a laptop or a desktop you are having problem with? I don't know what to do and I wish to get rid of it A.S.A.P.

romeoasdFeb 7, 2015, 9:22 AM Thank you!

If it is a desktop, you could open it and check the cables. But I have a Hi-Fi Sound Blaster of Creative. Likely the culprit is another driver on your system which cannot be identified.Another thing, yesterday I changed the settings for my display, meaning that I set it to turn of after Any suggestions?

So far, I have not had the blue screen. Ensure that you launch the game using that shortcut you've edited. Another option is a temperature problem. this content Whenever you do it you will have no sound so you will have to enable on board sound card through the BIOS.

I have the creative x-fi card and I thought adding -softwareaudio would actually help against these BSOD's. However the game crashing every 3rd match or suddenly exiting to desktop with no warning is the game, among others like the annoying rubberbanding, bad hit reg, flickering textures, sound issue, Still I get a Blue screen. Code: ******************************************************************************* * * * Bugcheck Analysis * * * ******************************************************************************* Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

only one device using this IRQ. Anthony on Tue, 18th Aug 2009 1:30 pm @erik - It could be a I/O address or memory range conflict as well, not necessarily Select the Advanced tab, and under Startup and Recovery select the Settings button. Thank You. Anthony on Mon, 10th Aug 2009 8:08 am @fred - Really the best thing to do is to boot from a clean Windows CD/DVD and reinstall from there. All rights reserved.

Witch is not what I was getting at. I tried to reinstall windows, clean RAM and cards, reset bios but BSOD hadn't be disappeard. Anyways - thank-you for your time. But there are inevitably many people that will continue to crash because their hardware is unstable.

Within hours of its release, however, users reported that MS14-045 had generated a Stop 0x50 error on some systems, mostly on Windows 7 PCs running the 64-bit version of the OS.