Random BSOD While Playing WOW
Use different monitoring software to make sure it's not misreporting a sensor. Is it backwards compatible? I don't think the heat related issues would manifest during overnight reboot sessions. All Activity Forums World of Warcraft General Discussion WoW keeps crashing my computer. his comment is here
It could be a video card problem, or it could be a corrupt model. I'm wondering if the changes I made to my BIOS (overclocking and lowering the fan speed) might be the problem, even though these were the original settings on my computer and Pure Power L8 600W Power Supply Case Phanteks Enthoo Pro M Mid Tower Chassis Titanium Green Cooling Corsair Hydro Series H100i GTX 240mm Liquid CPU Cooler Hard Drives Solid State Drive: Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 1 Go To Topic Listing General Discussion Recently Browsing 0 members No registered users viewing this page. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/397977-random-bsod-while-playing-wow.html
I also get lots of crashes, usually when playing games. Before I describe the issue I will post my specification in order to possibly make it easier to help me. make sure that the device manager is clean and free from yellow exclamation points. I would also recommend cleaning the inside of the PC thoroughly (use compressed air and remove any components that are removable so that you can get at all the little places
This could be caused by other installed programs. It says if the light on top of it is on, that it is good. AoDTriton View Public Profile Find More Posts by AoDTriton 04 Jul 2016 #4 axe0 Windows 10 Pro 5,221 posts Ultimately it does not make a difference with functionality I could try using that software.
It will analyze your BSOD memory dumps and give you info that may help you track down the problem. Should I try to completely disable it? Get the answer Best answer unknownofprobDec 24, 2014, 11:53 AM Take out one ram stick and try the game then, if it still happens try the other stick. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]krzr 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(3 children)This seems to be a memory error.
don't run beta video drivers either (just a suggestion) Reset your BIOS to DEFAULT, make note of the CURRENT settings before you do this to ensure you can change them back http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2434691/random-wow-crashes-memory-management-bsod.html What you need to do is: Get cccleaner, run to completely clean registry and startup (that you don't need) from your windows start to make your computer as clean as possible, Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now I tried cleaning the graphics card as much as I could, checked the wires and nothing seemed to be loose, I also tried a System Recovery but that did not help
Settings > Advanced >Integrated peripherals >SATA mode (change from IDE to AHCI) 2. this content For the RAM, you will need to run memtest: http://www.memtest.org/#downiso If you need more info to run the tool, feel free to ask, but there is plenty of documentation on the I hesitated reinstalling windows, because that would be a huge pain, if the software wasn't the problem. They build some quality stuff.
I still believe the problem lies in the areas you mentioned in your mail but I've run out of ideas. Plus, it's got a freakin' RX 480 in it... since the computer crash immediately follows this with no other warnings or critical error previous to this on each crash. Directly from my application log. Faulting application name: WowB-64.exe, http://dizhub.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-while-playing-games-browsing-the-internet.html Also disable the C3, C6 states Feb 19, 2013 #18 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Topics BSOD while playing world of
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Log In PC crashing randomly, BSODs, hot GPUs, I got it all. I have a memory from one of the very first forum discussions on this issue about maybe the problem lies in overclocking, while others mention overheating. WoW keeps crashing my computer...I've tried unistalling and reinstalling it and I've tried the repair tool twice now and still nothing.
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After turning off my PC, I opened her up and everything was super hot, for a watercooled CPU, it seemed odd. It's easy! Try enabling vsync if it's not already, and check your GPU temps again. Computer Type PC/Desktop OS Windows 8.1 CPU Intel Core i5 6600K Processor Motherboard ASUS Z170M-Plus Motherboard Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX CMK8GX4M2A2133C13 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 Black Graphics Card ASUS GeForce GTX 970
Feb 18, 2013 #13 Luiz Clarke TS Rookie Topic Starter Well, I tried to disable the Intel graphics and this is what I got: C:\Windows\system32\gfxUI.exe A device attached to the system One final comment. That was a bit rambly-posty. http://dizhub.com/random-bsod/bsod-at-random.html Will post an update after it has completed.
The PSU is a good idea to check. Computer was restarting itself, and then crashing before I even logged in.. Ty! I installed the overclocker software, and set the fans to 80%, and the max load temps for the GPU was 85C, hot..
Thought it was just some unfortunate, random thing and waited for it to restart and Started Windows Normally, only to have it blue screen again with the same words. This usually happen when I'm playing WOW but also when I'm sleeping,... Always in blizzard games. Generated Fri, 13 Jan 2017 05:36:32 GMT by s_hp87 (squid/3.5.23) Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on...
solved Random BSOD: Memory_Management, DRIVER_CORRUPTED_EXPOOL, Need Help PLEASE BSOD: Bad Pool Header, Memory management and othe random BSODs while gaming and video rendering Random BSOD Memory Management Problems solved Frequent Memory Edited June 21, 2013 by rjparker1 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites koolade74 0 Commoner Members 0 10 posts Posted June 28, 2013 To RJParker. So, it seems different. TLDR: PC issues again ruin a long weekend of gaming.
Search in your start menu for "Windows Memory Diagnostic" and run that. BSOD Crashes and Debugging BSODS and crashing when playing games+another weird thing.So I have a new Windows 8.1 build and its been having quite a few problems. Feb 16, 2013 #2 Luiz Clarke TS Rookie Topic Starter Tmagic650 said: ↑ Looks like an Nvidia video driver issue. I'd rule out dust, faulty/dry watercooling, dodgy fans, crapped out paste and iffy PSU long before I worried about the motherboard with these symptoms.
I am wondering if it is a mobo issue again. Alternatively, you could try other software, such as WhoCrashed, to better get an idea of the drivers involved beyond NTDLL. I could probably call the computer store however and ask for these details. Maybe I'll upgrade the RAM..
since the computer crash immediately follows this with no other warnings or critical error previous to this on each crash. Directly from my application log. Faulting application name: WowB-64.exe, Ask ! I followed the link for memtest but wasn't sure which file to download.There were many different versions to choose from.