Ati HD5750 constant freeze

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by iniCereal, Oct 13, 2010.

  1. iniCereal

    iniCereal New Member

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    Just recently got a new pc ... specs
    i5
    h55m-usb3 motherboard
    ati hd 5750
    i keep getting constant freezes on windows 7
    or sometimes it recovers and windows 7 tells me "display drivers AMD is not responding" etc... i did everything that i could think off...
    formating
    reinstalling driver
     
  2. Mufflore

    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    Have you checked temps?
     
  3. Lane

    Lane Ancient Guru

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    OEM build PC or you have build it ? ..

    - check temps.
    - check bios settings ( bad timing on ram, or voltages )
    - check Rams
    - Check PSU

    A better description of your system can help ... ( settings ( ram voltage, speed etc.. software, HDD type, is all are new parts? )


    And if your PC is premade by a company... maybe try contact them...
     
  4. iniCereal

    iniCereal New Member

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    Hey ,temp is fine,
    for bios setting what should i configure ?
    psu is 600 waltz and
    rams is 4 gb. Pre-made by a company but all in all i think it the driver, i've
    read on a few number of forums a lot of people have the same problem on windows 7
    just want to know any1 experiencing the same problem,
    got the latest drivers 10-9 maybe is there a older driver that doesn't have this error
    "display driver is not repsonding"
     

  5. Mufflore

    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    What are the temps?
     
  6. iniCereal

    iniCereal New Member

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  7. SteveW1

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    I'm running 2 of these in Crossfire and have never had this issue with these cards but I had the freezing issue with a 3850 and found out it was a stick of ram causing the issue.
     
  8. Pav4o

    Pav4o Member Guru

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    What is the PSU brand? What is the power rating of the 12v rail/rails?
     
  9. Sever

    Sever Ancient Guru

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    remove the card from your motherboard, use a brush or something to make sure theres no dust, and then reinsert the card fully, make sure that little tab on the end is locked down too. loose cards can cause crashing, same with cards not fully inserted.
     
  10. HaZe303

    HaZe303 Ancient Guru

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    There are hundres of reasons for this to happen, so there is no general fix to help im afraid. You need to have som patience, some people have had this since the release of Vista, and win7, and still have it. I have had it some few times, but not often, and long time ago since last time?
     

  11. xtremegamer

    xtremegamer Guest

    Hey...

    Check ur Processor Temperatures too, may be this is causing the issue..... Chk out tat too Even im also having ASUS HD5750 Formula card, Temp idle 42-27 and @ load 66-70 ...
     
  12. alexrose1uk

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    My brother's got an XFX 5750 and he's never had any crashing issues with it, even with a moderate overclock, on Vista x64 or 7 x64. Might be worth checking out your mobo's BIOS, the PSU and RAM etc.
     

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