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Windows 7: BSOD playing Chivalry, Deadliest Warrior and Battlefield 4

19 Jan 2014   #1
chasel1

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 
BSOD playing Chivalry, Deadliest Warrior and Battlefield 4

I've had a total of about 12 BSOD's since early November. I have not paid much attention to them, as they are infrequent and am not very skilled in software. Today I downloaded Battlefield 4 and after about 5 minutes of playing I received a BSOD for the hal.dll driver as you can see in the BSOD report that I have uploaded. I am not sure what to do to solve this - I've been looking on Microsoft's forums and I found out how to do a memory check of each one of my hard drives, my SSD and my 1 TB hard drive. I've done a check for my SSD and it said everything was fine. I'm preparing to do a check of my main drive.

These crashes have only occurred while playing these two games. The last time I posted in a forum someone told me that it was most likely my computer overheating - I've since solved this problem and moved my PC to a place where it can get more air flow, and I've also installed a temperature monitoring program.

What should I do next? Is there a way I can repair the hal.dll driver?


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21 Jan 2014   #2
matts6887

Windows 7 ultimate 64-bit
 
 

try this link which may help ya out:

Bluescreens and hal.dll - Microsoft Community
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