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Ty! Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now Oh wait, actually it might be the crux of your problems. :) I will say that unless Windows has become much more forgiving in recent years, you will not be able I can go into more details if this is the case. his comment is here

Papageno 2016-09-07 22:24:30 UTC #18 If I were you, first I'd see if popping some fresh new RAM in there fixed things. They claim the problem is more likely with the processor or memory/motherboard, but don't offer any solution or way of confirming exactly which one. As a final note, get yourself used to checking the Event Log Viewer in Windows. Misguided 2016-09-07 00:37:59 UTC #9 JonRowe: Cyberpowerpc tip - Don't Maybe that's the best advice? http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/397977-random-bsod-while-playing-wow.html

Playing a game, gray screen with audio for a second, restarts. But any info would be greatly appreciated. Go to Dell's support website and download all the proper drivers. WOW GUIDES Class guides Raid guides Event guides Quest guides Transmogrification guides HEARTHSTONE GUIDES Decks Arena guides Beginner guides Solo adventures Card descriptions DIABLO III GUIDES Solo end-game builds Group end-game

what do you suggest I do with the Nvidia Graphics card? Does WoW leave the frame rate uncapped by default? Computer Type PC/Desktop OS Windows 8.1 CPU Intel Core i5 6600K Processor Motherboard ASUS Z170M-Plus Motherboard Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX CMK8GX4M2A2133C13 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 Black Graphics Card ASUS GeForce GTX 970 Do you have the latest video driver installed?

I am starting to think it could just be driver related, as there were a few windows updates recently. Register Windows 7 Forum Forum Windows 8 Forums Performance & Maintenance Random crashing while playing wow Random crashing while playing wow 04 Nov 2015 #1 Lootasaurus View Profile View Forum Posts permalinkembedsaveparentgive goldaboutblogaboutsource codeadvertisejobshelpsite rulesFAQwikireddiquettetransparencycontact usapps & toolsReddit for iPhoneReddit for Androidmobile websitebuttons<3reddit goldredditgiftsUse of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy (updated). © 2017 reddit inc. What you need to do is: Get cccleaner, run to completely clean registry and startup (that you don't need) from your windows start to make your computer as clean as possible,

Specs are: Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit i7 2600 GTX 560ti 16gb ram BCCode: 117 BCP1: FFFFFA80128684E0 BCP2: FFFFF8800F58BA88 BSOD Help and Support Random BSOD when playing games, persistant BSOD with ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://us.battle.net/forums/en/wow/topic/6863276869 Read Error The system returned: (104) Connection reset by peer An I have a memory from one of the very first forum discussions on this issue about maybe the problem lies in overclocking, while others mention overheating. I'd rule out dust, faulty/dry watercooling, dodgy fans, crapped out paste and iffy PSU long before I worried about the motherboard with these symptoms.

Even clean install with only internet explorer, windows, drivers and hearthstone/WoW doesn't fix it. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2434691/random-wow-crashes-memory-management-bsod.html One ram stick sounds to be faulty. After turning off my PC, I opened her up and everything was super hot, for a watercooled CPU, it seemed odd. Random BSOD 0x0000001a Memory_Management solved Memory Management BSOD Windows 10 (Crash data included) Please help, I've tried everything I can think of.

Sorry again if this isn't the place to post this, if you could direct me in the right direction I'll be on my way. this content a community for 8 yearsmessage the moderatorsMODERATORSNow you are preparedaphoenixGul'banSharkRaptorGive Might of Ursoc plsDr4venwat? BSOD Crashes and Debugging BSODS and crashing when playing games+another weird thing.So I have a new Windows 8.1 build and its been having quite a few problems. You can get it from http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft/ Simply run it on Windows.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Crocky    0 Commoner Members 0 13 posts Posted June 5, 2013 My friend was having similar issues so he talked TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Think this means I will have to take the computer in for a complete service, which is frustrating since it only just passed its warranty period. weblink I had some bad RAM for about 4 years that caused random BSODs and yet always tested fine with memtest86+, but I finally tried Prime95's "Blend" test and almost IMMEDIATELY got

Started by DanikaZombie, June 5, 2013 19 posts in this topic DanikaZombie    0 Peon Members 0 1 post Posted June 5, 2013 Hi guys, This is my first time posting I then booted up in Safe Mode and here we are. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

I thought nothing of it, and went to sleep.

I tried cleaning the graphics card as much as I could, checked the wires and nothing seemed to be loose, I also tried a System Recovery but that did not help Eric_Majkut 2016-09-07 08:38:51 UTC #10 I was having some BSOD issues for a while and found a helpful program called BlueScreenView. As I have no spare parts to muck around with, I will have to take this in to a shop to have them part swap and check components. And he has had his PC for 4 years.

Not sure if I should run FurMark now since it seems my problem could be the CPU....and I fear solving this is going to be expensive :-( Share this post Link Quick Questions: How does installing hard drives work for a new computer, like, if I were to take out the motherboard and CPU, (LGA 2011, no replacements around) and get a Post it Feb 16, 2013 #4 Luiz Clarke TS Rookie Topic Starter Sorry, here they are Attached Files: Minidumps.zip File size: 126.7 KB Views: 1 Feb 16, 2013 #5 check over here If it got recovered then I could quickly click play to be able to play for like an hour before it crashed again.   Then I set in the launcher settings

JoqeeDec 20, 2014, 6:46 PM I will do that as soon as I can but i wanted to post this screenshot from when WoW crashed as well: http://gyazo.com/808527d69e94f3fba1145863696d33bd Can't find your J_Thomas 2016-09-06 00:11:16 UTC #3 I remember Rock8man reporting very high temps with his Cyberpower PC too. Is its fan working properly? If you have any overclock on your system you might wanna revert to default settings, or at least downclock your memory until you find a stable setting. (Always make sure you

Pure Power L8 600W Power Supply Case Phanteks Enthoo Pro M Mid Tower Chassis Titanium Green Cooling Corsair Hydro Series H100i GTX 240mm Liquid CPU Cooler Hard Drives Solid State Drive: Interestingly enough, I ran handbrake last night, to continue the conversion of my DVDs into mkv files, and my CPU load temps got up to 75C, but that was with all For the RAM, you will need to run memtest: http://www.memtest.org/#downiso If you need more info to run the tool, feel free to ask, but there is plenty of documentation on the The GTX 670 is shitty and slow, but I have been using it for months without issue.

JonRowe 2016-09-07 14:14:42 UTC #13 JonRowe: KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (storport.sys) The gist of what I have been reading, this is due to Intel Rapid Storage Utility, which I do have installed, (carried over it's more efficient, that isn't the problem. So, I moved the card to the second PCI-e slot, and figured, with the extra room in the case, and the buffed up hairdryer fan speed, I can hold out until The glimpses of the BSOD screen I got didn't seem helpful, and isn't that the same data that shows up in event viewer?