RTSS Crashes some of my games

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  1. hoover1979

    hoover1979 New Member

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    Some of my games I can't load with RTSS enabled. Instead I get a "<GAMENAMEHERE> has stopped working" message and according to the event log it is an "Access Violation (0xc00000005)" crash which means Windows is blocking the game from accessing protected memory when RTSS is an active background task.

    I was wondering if anyone else had this problem and found a solution. I use RTSS for the OSD when checking my CPU/GPU temps and usage on games, as well as a FPS limiter as I find Nvidia Inspector's FPS limiter gives a bit of stutter/input lag.

    System Specs: (In case that helps)

    Windows 7 Professional 64bit on Kingston HyperX Fury SSD (120Gb)
    ASUS Z97-k Mobo
    Corsair HX850i Platinum Grade 850w PSU
    Intel i7-4790k in turbo mode 4.4Ghz via BIOS XMP settings
    Corsair H115i Liquid CPU Cooler
    32Gb Corsair Vengeance pro 2400 DDR3 RAM (set in XMP mode)
    8Gb Gigabyte Xtreme Gaming GTX1080 OC PCIe Waterforce GFX Card
    latest WHQL Nvidia Display Drivers
    Sound Blaster Zx PCIe Sound Card
    Logitech Z906 THX Certified 5.1 Surrond Speakers and LFE
    Seagate 8Tb Internal HDD
    WD 4Tb internal HDD
    WD Caviar 1.5Tb Internal HDD
    WD Elements 1Tb External USB 3.0 HDD
    WD Elements 3Tb External USB 3.0 HDD
    ASUS VG278 27" 120Hz 3D Monitor with Nvidia 3D Vision 2 (tm)
    AVERMedia Volar Green USB2.0 HDTV Tuner
    Targus Bluetooth 4.0 Adapter
    Microsoft Xbox One S Controller connected via MicroUSB to avoid Win10 requirement
    Logitech K260 Wireless Keyboard
    ASUS PCE-AC68U AC1900 PCIe WiFi Card paired with:
    ASUS RT-AC68U AC1900 Dual-Band Router on 5ghz band
    Fractal Design XL-R2 Full Tower ATX Chassis
     
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    Set your detection level to high, can help resolve crashing.
     

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