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Windows 7: Win7 64bit WoW BSOD's

30 Jan 2011   #1

win7 32/64
Win7 64bit WoW BSOD's

Hia all.. Since one and a half week i've gotten an new processor (i7 870 1156socket), all my hardware (6gb ram 1TB harddrive 1GB motherboard etc) are compatible with the processor..

Yet if i wish to play World of Warcraft or call of duty 4 it screenfreezes randomly, then my whole schreen suddenly turns into a Orange Green or Gray form.. And if im lucky it restores itself the first few times.. But eventually it screenfreezes gives a orange collour and gives an BSOD after it ..

GFX card = at asus radeon 5770HD

I've been to the store LOADS of times already with this problem.. they updates the pc bios.. gfx bios.. didnt help

edit : long story @ bluescreen and this error at the bottom of it:

*** atikmpag.sys - adress FFFFF8800449A2CC base at FFFFF88004493000, Datestamp ***

I really want to get rid of these crashes.. So thats why i registed here pretty much...

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30 Jan 2011   #2

Windows 10 Pro x64, Arch Linux

It could be overheating, check the GPU temps

Reinstall your GPU drivers
ATI Radeon
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30 Jan 2011   #3

win7 32/64

60-63 degrees Celcuis with the fan speed being on 1800RPM is alot or ?.. I aint no PC expert so just checking by asking .. ;p

Edit reinstalled..

another edit : Whenever im about to get the bluescreen my processor starts making quite some noise.. maybe that could help u to help me?..;p

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01 Feb 2011   #4

win7 32/64

bump.. i still have the bloody bsods .. anyone able to help me or ?...
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