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Ryzen Master causing driver crash?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Today my pubg started freezing, so I started looking at the windows event viewer. I know this happened a few days ago but I find it odd it lists Ryzen master in the error code. I'm not familiar with the event viewer and its dialogue boxes, does anyone have a vague idea of what this means? image.png.320a5d0a0ede485b55404f02b523d442.png


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By any chance this is the latest Nvidia drivers (430.64)? I had the same issue myself, I uninstalled it with DDU & used back the 425.xx drivers.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 hours ago, BigRom said:

By any chance this is the latest Nvidia drivers (430.64)? I had the same issue myself, I uninstalled it with DDU & used back the 425.xx drivers.

Were you getting horrible stuttering and hitching also(and yes I'm on 430.64).


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Well I'm not updating my Nvidia driver then.  


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Posted · Original PosterOP
37 minutes ago, nick name said:

Well I'm not updating my Nvidia driver then.  

Yea I'm reverting to what the other poster said, the stuttering is driving me INSANE. Worst part is it seems to effect specific games; Rainbow Six Siege is fine, PUBG and fortnite either crash within 5 mins or stutter horribly.


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6 hours ago, ScootsMcgoots said:

Were you getting horrible stuttering and hitching also(and yes I'm on 430.64).

Mine just straight up crashed without warning, or the audio kept on as normal while the screen just froze


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