BSOD when I'm gaming

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by gerry74, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. gerry74

    gerry74 New Member

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    Hey, I'm hoping you guys can help me out! Please could someone take a look at my dump files and tell me what is up with my pc!?

    I get the stop errors when playing games after maybe an hour of play. There are only two dump files because I re-installed windows to see if I could fix the problem myself - its still crashing obviously!

    I'm thinking it may be a hdd problem because thats the only thing I've added recently but would at least like to know for sure. My cpu and graphics card are both factory overclocked and I use Avast!

    Any light you guys can throw on this would be greatly appreciated, cheers! :confused:
     
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    Im not a pro at this, but it's not giving any file names for any of these. Please list the games you are playing with this BSOD and your Graphics Card(s). Being as you say gaming and it says in the DMP "A fatal hardware error has occurred" i think this could be the problem.


    Dump 1...
    Dump 2...
    Both look very off, i have never seen or even heard of the Bug Check String "WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR". Don't even understand what "whea" is here.
     
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    cheers for answering my post! The game is Saintsrow III. I have just discovered that the game seems to run fine (for now!) if I run the game in Directx 9 instead of 10 and 11. the graphics card is msi hd 6850 oc. It plays Fifa 12 with no problems so maybe gpu prob? I was hoping someone would be able to tell me exactly whats up from my dmp files before I start replacing hardware. I think whea stands for Windows Hardware Error Architecture if that helps any!
     
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    you guys seem inundated with stop errors on this forum, so you can close this thread now! I turned off my cpu's overclock (factory OC) and that seems to have did the trick.

    If I get anymore BSOD's I'll be sure to come back and fry your heads again, cheers!
     

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