[Win7 64-bit] random BSOD

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by kyle6513, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. kyle6513

    kyle6513 Member

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    That shall be a last ditch effort, I just restored from a system restore that was back when I was first installing the hardware and not having issues, lets see how it goes.
     
  2. TwL

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    everything set to auto sounds pretty bad for memory.. At least increase the tRFC 55-70T would be for sure straight unless there's true memory error and tWR to around 8-12T would be pretty nice, speed will not go down, but it'll be hell a lot more stable.

    usually anything 'automatic' is bad as some of these boards force the Memory Profiles while at 'Auto' and sometimes this just doesn't work.
     
  3. kyle6513

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    well guys, guess what, I installed drivers 10.5 on a new windows 7 install and low and behold It works fine :p.
    Hate to say I told you so but...told you ;)

    Thanks for your help anyway guys, now I need to back everything up D:
     
  4. cristov

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    Last time I have also installed new drivers (10.12). After installation everything was working normaly, after I have recived first BSOD. Error codes were different each time (most common was 0x1E). As my hardware was working fine before I was suspicious on those drivers. I have found that disabling all 3 AMD services helps. After disabling them I haven't got BSOD so far (even playing games for long hours).
     

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    Ram on auto can do alot of **** tbh, set manually!
     
  6. Portuogral

    Portuogral Master Guru

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    Yeah, that does seam to work all right.

    From 10.1 to 10.10 I had no problems at all with BSODs.
    Then, with 10.11, start to get random BSODs. I narrowed the problem down to ATI Steam SDK 2. Uninstalled and BSOD went away.
    Now, with 10.12, BSODs come back. This time was not because OpenCL SDK... The odd things was that BSODs only occur in 3D applications only (i.e. games) and after turning on the monitor (after being turned off for a certain amount of minutes).
    I deactivated "AMD External Events Utility" service and problem went away... so far, that is. It has been a couple of days since get last BSOD.
     
  7. sanel

    sanel Member Guru

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    i had similiar problem with my pc, always crashing at random times.. this had to do with my system beeing overclocked and a feature beeing enabled in Bios "AMD's Cool'n Quiet"

    after i disabled it, didnt get any BSOD anymore after
     
  8. TheJakeyl88

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    Poor ATI always getting blamed for everything, including lack of technical experience, and I love how the smartest and most experienced users in this forum always get told "NO YOU'RE WRONG!" when they try to help. I say just tell them what they want to hear. "Yes it is ATI, they suck, your drivers caused all the problems, happy!?"
     
  9. Mythril

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    Hi guys.

    I also had the problem of random reboots with the new ATI/AMD Catalyst 10.12 CCC2 drivers. It was driving me nuts but I uninstalled them, Driver Cleaners.net etc and reinstalled the normal Catalyst 10.12's and everything is fine again. It would seem ATI's new CCC2 is a little buggy lol.

    Up to now I've never really had any issues with Catalyst drivers and I update every month. Lets hope it can be sussed out by the driver team as I do like to have the lastest drivers on my system.
     
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    Mythril Member Guru

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    Nope I spoke too soon. Even the old 10.12 CCC is crashing out my machine. Back to 10.11 for me I think.

    [​IMG]
     

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