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Windows 7: BSOD playing CS GO / DOTA and multi-tasking

25 Feb 2018   #1

Windows7 64Bit
BSOD playing CS GO / DOTA and multi-tasking

I have been having issues with BSOD whilst playing games and multi-tasking, such as watching videos on youtube and playing games. Sometimes I will load up CS GO game and a few minutes into the game i will BSOD randomly.

I have updated my AMD drivers.

I am not sure how to read the BSOD reports or error issues and would like to know if someone can help me pin point the cause. IE. Hard Drive issues, RAM needs replacing, etc.

I have looked at multiple threads and cannot seem to find what i am looking for.

I have uploaded the report.

Thanking you in advance :)

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File Type: zip (2.46 MB, 3 views)
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05 Mar 2018   #2

Windows 10 Pro

Hi Snowleg,

Please remove this program before troubleshooting.
Start Menu\Programs\Driver Easy	Public:Start Menu\Programs\Driver Easy	Public
If you installed any drivers with either of these programs, use a system restore point or system backup. If neither are available and you don't want to go for a clean install,
- if you don't know what drivers were installed, check if these programs have logs of driver installations, if requested I can spit the logs for you to find out
- if you do know, go into device manager and revert the drivers.
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20 Mar 2018   #3

Windows7 64Bit

sorry about the long reply...I shall try this tonight!!!

I have been getting BSOD errors before installing this driver program but the BSOD have become much more frequent in the last couple of days, to the point where as soon as I turn on the computer, 5 minutes in it will just BSOD, 3 times in a row
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21 Mar 2018   #4

Windows 10 Pro

I have been getting BSOD errors before installing this driver program
That usually is the case, but those programs are known to make BSOD crashes more frequent.

When you remove the program and reverted any drivers, please upload a new zip.
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