Alright here is my problem i recently installed my computer with the Windows 7 Professional 64bit version. (Got it from my MSDN)
I updated all my ATI Drivers and that Catalyst thing http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx?p=Windows 7/windows-7-64bit
I Installed all the Windows 7 updates so i got the latest drivers.
Processor Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 2,66GHZ
Ram 4 GB DDR2 800MHZ
Video: ATI Radeon HD 4890 (the club 3d one)
Power: 650W from Corsair
All other hardware are standard hadware shipped with the HP DC7900 http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/q...13029_div.HTML
(The convertible Minitower)
The problem is every time i play a game it crashes (The game) after a period of time (between 10-50 minutes) The games i tried and resulted in the samething is Crysis, Assassins Creed and Soldier of Fortune Payback (crap game i know just installed it to test this)
The OS is still functioning properly only the game crashes
Now i found somesort of solution on this website. AMD Game Forums - Issues with Radeon HD 4800 series and Windows 7?
This dude is telling that is works normaly on Vista and that he needed to Lock his GPU(not CPU) with a program called RivaTuner (I have not tried this since i don't really know how that program works and i don't really want to blow up my computer.)
This was needed because some fuction called Powerplay is causing the trouble. I don't know if i have this powerplay thing and i don't know how to controll it or anything.
So how can i fix it ? (I do have a legit Vista Bussiness 64bit key left but i really want to keep using Windows 7 If that is possible)
Thank you all for your time and effort
PS More information will be supplied when needed since i didn't know what information to add