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Windows 7: Playing ESO, error 0x0000001a and 0x0000000a

25 May 2014   #1

Windows 7 Professional x64
Playing ESO, error 0x0000001a and 0x0000000a

Hello, First time posting.

I have ran into an issue with my this BSOD, I have had an issue with them in the past not these one specifically, (other to do with drivers). The first BSOD I ran into was when I was playing ESO, I also had a browser open with google music open in it. I noticed that it started to get slow and then BAM BSOD. So I started trouble shooting from there. But with these I have ran into a wall and wanted to get some new ideas from it. So my trouble shooting this problem was to start with the drivers and move my to hardware. I flashed my BIOS to then new update and seemed to work fine for about an hour or so into the game and then I got hit with another BSOD the second one in the list. After that I thought it might be my RAM or BUS or the CPU so I ran memtest86+ for 12 straight hours. got to 3 passes and 0 errors, so I moved onto the CPU. So I ran a CPU stress test to make sure and with in 5 min it blue screened. I don't feel that I have covered my bases well and or missed something in the blue screen files. So I was wondering if I could get some feed back from you guys. Thank you for looking at this!

Found the problem. It was my video card....fixed.....
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29 May 2014   #2

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