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Windows 7: Having GPU and/or CPU related errors

09 Jun 2015   #1
Najito

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Having GPU and/or CPU related errors

Hi everyone! I'm new here. I mostly just "read" forums to get knowledge but now I need your help personally.
So here it goes;

I built a new PC a few months ago with the specs written on my profile. It was fine at first had some Hard drive issues but fixed it by replacing it right away. After few weeks I decided to get BF4 to play and after opening the game I've got the "The driver stopped responding and recovered" So I've tried almost all of the solutions provided in forums that is related to the software side. Didn't help. I could play 2d games and watch videos etc. but not that game. After a while I changed that GPU with another and now It's doing it so random I have no idea what causes it. Later then with the frustration I re-formatted the computer and stuff, as long as I don't install the GPU's driver (old or new doesnt matter tried almost all) I'm fine.

That was the first problem. The second is;

After all of this I've had everything downclocked and had less crashes since. BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE!
While playing a game or using CPU+GPU for around 20Mins the screen goes black (no signal) the comp freeze and the sound goes something like (gerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr- well repeating the last sound ofc.) and It doesnt go to the BSOD afterwards. It stays like that as long as I don't reset it.

And that feels like (somehow) a PSU failure a sudden drop of voltage or something? Anyways The event viewer shows a Kernel-Power stuff and I dont know what to do

Sorry for a story like post and thank you.


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09 Jun 2015   #2
elbeasto

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

I'm getting same problem. Screen goes black, repeating sound and I have to do a hard restart.

I've searched a lot about this and it seems that it could be anything. You have to replace your hardware one by one until it fixed.

Either that or put up with it or buy a whole new PC.
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09 Jun 2015   #3
Najito

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

It's weird tho how the "The driver has stopped responding" goes for every GPU I replaced. First the windows freezes then the keyboard then the mouse and after that screen goes blank and recovers. The other part where It needs a hard reset just came out of nowhere all of a sudden. And It's getting frequent.

*sigh* I can't afford a whole new PC at the moment nor can replace every single part one by one.
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09 Jun 2015   #4
Najito

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

These are my HWiNFO64 readings, anything unusual?
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09 Jun 2015   #5
elbeasto

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Najito View Post
It's weird tho how the "The driver has stopped responding" goes for every GPU I replaced. First the windows freezes then the keyboard then the mouse and after that screen goes blank and recovers. The other part where It needs a hard reset just came out of nowhere all of a sudden. And It's getting frequent.

*sigh* I can't afford a whole new PC at the moment nor can replace every single part one by one.
That sounds like the driver not the GPU.
What nvidia driver version do you have installed?

Anything newer than 350.12 I get the display driver has stopped responding as well.

I can't afford a new PC either, I wish it were easier to diagnose these bug check problems, the hardware costs a fortune.
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