Hi, been having a real bum of an issue, my system has a mild overclock on it but it has been tested thoroughly using Intel Burn Test on maximum settings, OOCT linpack for an hour, Hyper PI, well you name it, its been tested with and all comes up A ok.
When I play F1 2011, everything is fine, I can play the game for ages, but as soon as I try to shut the game down, wham, black screen and computer reboots.
On checking the event logs, it reports a Volsnap.sys error with code 36 just before the crash.
So I tried enabling driver
verifier, and it kept BSOD'ing with timntr.sys, so using autoruns I unchecked this driver and rebooted, but then major headache cause the computer would not boot at all.
Tried to run the repair start up from installation disc and got no joy, it said that it had failed and couldn't repair the computer.
The timntr.sys is from seagate disc wizard and it is their latest version available, freshly installed, prior to this I had just done a thorough clean up of my boot drive and paired down my programs before creating a system image using Disc Wizard.
I am currently restoring that Image using the Disc Wizard Boot Disk, hopefully this will get me back into Windows.
I have ran MEMTEST 86+ for 4 passes for 6 hours with no errors.
I can run the computer for literally hours, stress it with any software you can mention but as soon as I try to exit F1 2011 this black screen shut down occurs.
One post I read mentioned using the windowed mode when chnaging between modes of the game and this had some success but when I tried to go back full screen, the crash happened again.
MB = ASUS M4N98TD Evo
RAM = 2 x 4GB Crucial Tactical Tracers 1600Mhz
Pro = AMD X6 1090T
Graphics = GTX 470 SOC
WIN 7 64 bit home premium service pack 1
I could really use some help with this, as I am just spinning my wheels at the minute, going round in circles, trying regedit fixes that don't work that involve TDR or Power Mizer.