battlefield 3 blue screen

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by Illusion, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. Illusion

    Illusion New Member

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    i just installed battlefield 3 and battlefield bad company 2
    about 10 minutes in multi player game i get a bsod
    i have seen similar topics , and there might be a problem with my hardware drivers
    can anyone tell me how can i access the crash reports so i can upload them here and see whats wrong?

    system specs:
    gigabyte ultra durable 3 -ud3r motherboard
    core i7 920 cpu
    4 gb geil 1333 ram
    gigabyte geforce gts n250 1gb VGA

    thanks in advance


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    sry i should have read the forum first
    ill post the data shortly
     
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    so here are the required info
    and one extra thing , i get the report that no dump file was found i tried the thing you said in other topic , no use maybe its because when i get the blue screen it stays on the screen forever and i have to hard reset the pc myself?
    View attachment Seven.rar
     
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  3. GeneralHiningII

    GeneralHiningII Honorable Member

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    There are no minidumps in the .rar file (as you so helpfully told us before) - try running the W7F tool again, being sure to run it as administrator (if you're not sure how to do that: Run as Administrator - Windows 7 Forums ). Even if you have to hard reset the computer, it will still create a minidump (unless it was in an extreme condition). However, if you're still unable to obtain a minidump:

    Once the blue screen happens again, record the message displayed (ie: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL, PFN_LIST_CORRUPT etc.) and any other important information (stop codes, messages). When the crash happens, also remember to record what you were doing from when the computer was turned on to when the crash happened.


    You do not have SP1 for Windows 7 installed. Please follow the link (Learn how to install Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1)) to install SP1.

    You only have 66 Windows Updates installed, generally you should have about 130. Please go to Windows Update and install all updates.

    On your Local Disk (G:), you have 10GB free of 104GB - for best performance you should have AT LEAST 15% of all storage drives free. Please try to free up some space there.

    Another handy tip:


    That's all I can do for you until you post back with the minidumps.

    In the mean time, try the instructions above, and post back if you still have any problems.

     
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  4. Illusion

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    tnx for reply
    did all you said , updates , disabling 3rd party apps
    still no dump file , the blue screen no longer shows up , i get the screen freez and the looping sound just like before , but the screen stays like that.
    some good news is i found out what the problem is : the onboard sound card , realtek hd audio
    i disabled the sound card thorough bios and BAM! the problem is gone!
    the bad news is ... i dont have any sound. and buying a sound card just for this is not a good option
    any suggestions?
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    edit:
    did a clean install of windows , installed all drivers except the realtek hd audio , works fine
    no windows update as well
    i think this is the end of it
    Thanks for help :)
     
    #4 Illusion, Nov 27, 2012
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