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Windows 7: Please help me understand these BSOD

19 Jul 2011   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by panais View Post

A) Try without catalyst,wait for results.

B) Try with catalyst wait for results.

C) Test the card with the Video Card - Stress Test with Furmark

Ok lets make it simple, try only without the catalyst,work,play as usual and post back the results and we continue from here
So I removed all ATI software and then re installed the drivers only (v11.6) I then ran furmark a number of times and all went really well! Hit temps of as high as 80C without any BSOD and could run for as long as I wanted without an issue.

I then came to post the results and in the middle of writing it BSOD again!

I have re-performed the instructions in the BSOD posting, and attached the results. Can you please confirm what device caused it?

I might try moving back to v11.5 and see what happens.


Edit: Just had a number of BSOD and can't attribute a reason, sometimes running furMark, sometimes running memTest and sometimes doing nothing at all (idle)

I have attached the details of these BSOD in report 4. could you please confirm whether these also point to GPU/Catalyst? I am still running driver only (no catalyst) with v11.6 driver. Will move to v11.5 now.


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