Blue-screen when playing CS:GO

kemical

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#61
Ok good. It could well be that dust was causing some overheating you'll just have to see how things go and if the issue returns we'll try something else.
 


#62
Ok, thanks! I'll let you know how it runs over the next few days.
 


#63
Well I've been able to play without any issues over the past couple of days. I won't get too excited yet in case I've just been lucky. I'll give it another day or two, but things are looking promising! Thanks :D
 


#64
Well it's been 4 days now without a blue-screen, so I'm pretty sure it's fixed. Thanks so much for your help and patience!
 


kemical

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#65
Hey that's great to hear. Any problems just post back.. :)
 


#66
Ok, I blue-screened again just now. I'm trying to upload the dump file, but I can't zip it, or just upload the file. It comes up with an error saying I don't have permission to open the file and that I should contact an administrator, which has never happened before.
 


#67
Not sure what was happening, but I can zip it now
 


kemical

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#69
Code:
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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck 116, {fffffa800a4ce4e0, fffff88003f29d78, 0, 2}

Unable to load image atikmpag.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for atikmpag.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for atikmpag.sys
Probably caused by : atikmpag.sys ( atikmpag+cd78 )

Followup: MachineOwner
Hi,
same dump file as before as you can see. You could try using the DDU and installing the latest AMD Crimson drivers as i know they just updated.
These bsod's might well be caused by your graphics card being faulty. Is there anyway for you to run it in a different machine like a friends?
 


#70
Ok, I'll try the crimson drivers first, but if not, I can probably run it in a new machine. I was looking at upgrading soon, so if it is a faulty card, it will have come at a good time!
 


#71
Well I just installed the new crimson drivers and this error message appeared. Do you know what it means or how I can fix it?
 


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kemical

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#72
Did you use the DDU to remove the previous driver? Perhaps your card isn't compatible? Try running a previous driver and see if installs ok.
Do you have a friend who could test the card for you?
 


#73
Yes I did. This error appeared a couple of minutes after the installation, so I think the drivers installed fine before it appeared.
Yes I do, it'll take a couple of days though, but I'll try it.
 


kemical

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#74
I think it's best if you can. Check the card over using your friends machine then you'll know if it's the card which is causing the issues
 


#75
Ok, I'm getting a new card on Tuesday (I was going to do this anyway, it's not because of the blue-screening!), so I'll know if it was the card then. I've blue-screened twice more, but it'll just be the same, so I won't post the dump files!
 


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