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Windows 7: ATI HD6900 Causing Multiple BSODs

08 Mar 2015   #1
jossman

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
ATI HD6900 Causing Multiple BSODs

Hi

I have been experiencing several problems with my computer (Win 7 Ultimate, 64-bit) which appear to have come at random over the last month. I think I have narrowed this down to the graphics card (ATI HD6900), which has been working like a dream previously.

The symptoms of the problem are slow cursor movements, general slow responsiveness, and choppy audio, which gets worse before the computer dies an inevitable BSOD death (dmp files attached). I have always used Chrome as my main browser.

I have tried to completely clean the computer of drivers, install previous versions, and use the latest version to no avail. I would appreciate any assistance in resolving this.

Thanks,
Scott




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08 Mar 2015   #2
RoasterMen

Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
 
 

Hello and welcome to Windows 7 Forums!

We'll need to move this thread to here: http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/
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14 Mar 2015   #3
Mellon Head

Win 7 Pro x64/Win 10 Pro x64 dual boot
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jossman View Post
Hi

I have been experiencing several problems with my computer (Win 7 Ultimate, 64-bit) which appear to have come at random over the last month. I think I have narrowed this down to the graphics card (ATI HD6900), which has been working like a dream previously.

The symptoms of the problem are slow cursor movements, general slow responsiveness, and choppy audio, which gets worse before the computer dies an inevitable BSOD death (dmp files attached). I have always used Chrome as my main browser.

I have tried to completely clean the computer of drivers, install previous versions, and use the latest version to no avail. I would appreciate any assistance in resolving this.

Thanks,
Scott
(Emphasis mine)

Does this happen when the graphics card is not under load? Or when you are doing things like gaming or watching video? It might just be a simple problem like the graphics card is getting too hot. An overheating graphics card will cause the symptoms that you describe. So will other things, but we have to start somewhere.

Also, please fill out your system specs more completely. It makes it easier to help you if we know all of the hardware we're dealing with.
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