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Windows 7: BSOD in Battlefield One: 0x00000101 in game and 0x0000007E on launch

21 Oct 2016   #1
Wolfkillshepard

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 
BSOD in Battlefield One: 0x00000101 in game and 0x0000007E on launch

Hello! This is the first time I've posted here, really glad to see there is such a big community focused on troubleshooting these issues. Anyway I just bought Battlefield 1 and installed it on my C: drive. Everything seemed to work just fine until I played the game for about 5 minutes. The first singleplayer game resulted in a bsod with error 0x000000101. Because of this I restarted and ran the game again, this time unable to even get to the main menu, encountering a 0x0000007E error. After trying many different things like reinstalling the game, origin, and reformatting my ssd I eventually gave in and reinstalled windows 7 cleanly on my C: drive. After a very long day of reconfiguring my PC and getting it setup for battlefield one, launching the game again resulted in the exact same 2 bsod errors I said above.

I'm going to call it a day and try to get it going tomorrow morning. If anyone can help me pin point what might be happening I'd really appreciate it! Thanks in advance for the help =)




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21 Oct 2016   #2
Wolfkillshepard

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 
Good news, seemed to be related to gpu heating

I figured out that one of those bsod errors could be related to overheating and decided to turn down the game settings. So far that has worked for a few hours of uninterrupted play. seems like its fixed atm.
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