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PseudoXenon

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  1. Thanks for the help peoples, from what i could discover, we believe that it is corrupted memory in the GPU, we have taken it back under warranty and will find out more details soon. Regards -Pseudo
  2. Mates computer randomly turns off when playing Tera, only started today, previously had no problems. CPU: AMD A10 6800 Ram: adata 8gb ddr3 GPU: nVidia Geforce GT630 PSU: raidmax RX 400Ae 400W MOBO: msi A78M-E35 I think it may be an overheating issue, I installed msi afterburner to adjust the GPU fan speeds. There is no event log when the crash happens. Any help would be great guys, Thanks, Pseudo
  3. New build Max $900 CPU: Amd FX-6300 $145 Mobo: MSI 970 Gaming ATX AM3+ $145 RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB DDr3 1600 $77 HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" $68 GPU: Gigabyte Radeon R9 280 3GB windforce $239 Case: Deepcool Tesseract SW ATX $55 PSU: EVGA 750W 80+ gold certified full modular $139 total: $868 I believe the build is decent. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to save costs and generally get more bang for his buck? Anything would be greatly appreciated. Regards Pseudo
  4. Lightly used mobo (Fm2a88x-itx) and just want to know what people think is a good price, they rrp at AUS $140
  5. I ran a Memetest, it made 6 passes and didn't find one error. Also the Whocrashed program only stated that a third party driver was the fault, it didn't specify which one.
  6. The Blue screens would happen at different times, it could happen when: shutting down, waking comp up after leaving it on for an extended period, after playing a game, watching youtube. One time I was just using word.
  7. I have had many blue screens, Took it to a techy and he claimed it was the graphics card, I have removed the card but it has blue screened again. Any assistance would be great. Thanks Specs: Processor: Amd A10 7700, Quad core 3.4GHz Ram: Kingston ValueRAM KVR13N9S8K2/8 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 Hard disk: 500GB Motherboard: Asrock FM2AA88X-ITX+ GPU: AMD A9 270x, 2gb GDDR5 Power supply: 500W Case / cooling: EVGA Hadron air Blue Screen Logs: http://pastebin.com/F6n6yvvF
  8. Original link - http://www.computertipsfree.com/fix-43029-atikmdag-sys-blue-screen-bsod-in-windows-7/ Hi Darko, I was following the instructions up until they asked me to find the file I the ATI folder, it was not there unfortunately, thanks for the help guys
  9. Hi Liam, i followed your instructions but the following day it blue screened again (http://pastebin.com/N65CDPtn)
  10. Hi I recently acquired a custom built pc and it has blue screened several times since I first got it. It is running windows 7 home premium sp1. Its specs are: Processor: Amd A10 7700, Quad core 3.4GHz Ram: Kingston ValueRAM KVR13N9S8K2/8 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 Hard disk: 500GB Motherboard: Asrock FM2AA88X-ITX+ GPU: AMD A9 270x, 2gb GDDR5 Power supply: 500W Case / cooling: EVGA Hadron air Here are the blue screen details: http://pastebin.com/Dz6sBHg4 Any help at all would be great. Thanks.
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