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General Discussion Windows Error: "a problem caused the program to stop working correctly"Windows Error: "a problem caused the program to stop working correctly" I get this error message within 5 minutes It's not impossible that something related to the video card is the problem, but you also can be wrong by doing that. It sound like a 0x116 stop error to me and there can literally be tens of reasons why this could happen, including heat related. The trouble you're having is a condition that can be caused by various sources. http://genepsd.com/windows-10/brightness-settings-stop-working-after-hibernation-or-sleep-windows-7.html
My video card is MSI Rx1950 Pro 512mb, newest catalyst driver 07.7, and resolution is what I always try to use is 1280 x 1024 because it should be optimal for card might be overheating can you give me a link to down load 1 plz. Several functions may not work. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? read this post here
A Problem With Your Hardware Causes Windows To Stop Working Correctly
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I don't get this error in Windows XP, only getting it in Win Vista and Win7 I've tried several drivers and even reinstalled Win7 but i can't fix... Livekernelevent Code Ab Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ovris, Jun 6, 2010. Ascendents View Public Profile Find More Posts by Ascendents 25 Apr 2013 #4 Faladu Windows 7 Ultimate Retail Box (64-bit installed) + Service Pack 1 1,270 posts Las Vegas, NV solved Nvidia Gtx 1070 Best AF Solution solved I wanna to say thank you for bigdadblair, its resolved my seriuos problem, whis is real solution, man you are god, many thank
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Vista General A problem with your video hardware caused Windows to stop working correctlyI keep getting the following error message in Vista Home Edition, 32Bit, SP1 - "A problem with your idk what to say, my PC has been crashing and restarting, I got a message from ( systems and security ) saying Description A problem with your video hardware caused Windows A Problem With Your Hardware Causes Windows To Stop Working Correctly Graphic Cards Display driver stopped responding and has been....Hey! Livekernelevent 141 Windows 10 Some people blame the video card, or its drivers, because the error message says that the video card stopped functioning (words to that effect).
My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Self Built Custom OS Windows 7 Ultimate Retail Box (64-bit installed) + Service Pack 1 CPU AMD FX-8350 CPU v1.15 (or 1.0F) check over here Sometimes it's help me. Microsoft Windows Client Support Windows7Guy, Jun 12, 2010 #6 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Advertisements TorrentG Joined: Nov 30, 2009 Messages: 1,752 Likes Received: 396 Hi. Problem Event Name: Livekernelevent Code: 141
does the vendors site recommend a specific driver for Vista? Problem Event Name Livekernelevent Code 117 Check out the Windows 7 Compatibility site: (There you will find out about hardware and software compatibilty.) http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/en-us/default.aspx There is a pulldown from which you can choose "hardware" and "software" Thanks o, that will help you configure the graphics card better.
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So at least 10 months old. Motherboard MSI 890FXA-GD70 Memory 8G CAS-7 G-Skill DDR3 @1333 (2 fours) [mobo nonOC max rec'd] Graphics Card Radeon HD 7950 [3 gigs of GDDR5] MSI Twin Frozr model Sound Card Realtek I back dated drivers with the same problem! weblink I have laptop Dell Studio 17 with processor i7-720 and video card ATI Mobility Radeon 4650.
What I do is try to figure out what they do. Luc Ozade, Mar 3, 2013, in forum: Windows 7 Support Replies: 1 Views: 2,848 Digerati Mar 4, 2013 Loading... Faladu View Public Profile Find More Posts by Faladu 25 Apr 2013 #8 Ascendents Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64 269 posts Somewhere Called Home Thanks will do if I try and then send to You new information.
If you think a program could be causing a problem, you can shut it down, uninstall it, or whatever you want. My question is what should I do with those? > > I'm not now in home, I'm going to try and turn off Windown Defender and > give it to try. Those eight files you have from running the sigverif.exe utility are unsigned drivers. Other Info CompTIA A+ certified (220-800 series) in July 2013.
It starts fine. what driver was installed when you did the upgrade? Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Topic Closed This topic has been closed to new replies. Sign up now!
I'm sorry to say that I can't solve your problem. -- freddy "Rookie27" wrote: > > Hi all! that is what I would do, if not chaulk it up to Windows being a bloated bugfest. Faladu View Public Profile Find More Posts by Faladu 25 Apr 2013 #3 Ascendents Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64 269 posts Somewhere Called Home Temps in the mid One person solved his problem by doing the following: "Right click on desktop > display settings > classic theme + Turning windows defender off, all settings in windows defender to off!"