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Windows 7: aoddriver problems

05 Jan 2015   #1

British Columbia
aoddriver problems

hello everybody, i have a 1 year old pc still under 3 three year waranty, but i tried dinking around with them and they just want to swipe my pc and reinstall everything and do updates for two days, i will smash this thing with an axe before i ever do that again. did that ever work for anyone? anyway i found some website that told me to go into my device driver and update the driver manually. did that and now im about 12 hours crash free, but the pc will sometimes go almost a week without a crash then crash over and over for a few hours then it might be good for a day(pretty spuratic) i should add im about 90% positive its related to the vid card, because i cant recall it happening before the card went in. i did try reinstalling catalyst control suite 17 trillion times every single combination till my eyes bled. i have 5000 errors in the event log lol(a years worth). i find lots of supposed helpful scan fix crap but it always ends at "pay us 29.95" i really really dont want to pay for some crap that wont fix the problem. any helpful advice would be greatly appreciated. i should also say i am pretty good with hardware everything is installed carefully static free and is cleaned regularly and running at good low temperatures. ////aoddriver error is listed as critical and seems to be the worst of my problems////

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06 Jan 2015   #2

windows 7 home 64bit

Hi Welcome to Seven Forums .... The issue you are having does seem to be related to your Graphics Card ...

Try the Solution in the Link below ...

Event ID 7000 AODdriver4.1 error fix - Radeon - Graphics & Displays
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