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BSOD errors when play MW

Only things I can say is make sure your graphics card drivers are updated, check with your motherboard manufacturer to see if its drivers are up to date, as well as check to see if there's any new bios updates, I've had some motherboards where they don't notify you of bios updates inside of their update software, you having to check the site to find out.

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Hey! I looked at your .dmp files and found that a lot of them contain a memory_corrpution string. Don't quote me on this but i believe some NAND chip on your RAM may be broken. Try removing a stick and running and see if it breaks.

 

~feeqls

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15 minutes ago, Inception9269 said:

Only things I can say is make sure your graphics card drivers are updated, check with your motherboard manufacturer to see if its drivers are up to date, as well as check to see if there's any new bios updates, I've had some motherboards where they don't notify you of bios updates inside of their update software, you having to check the site to find out.

The graphics card drivers are up to date but i do know that their is updates for my bios, would it be worth trying this?

Edit: Theres been 3 bios updates since the update mine is on

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27 minutes ago, feeqls said:

Hey! I looked at your .dmp files and found that a lot of them contain a memory_corrpution string. Don't quote me on this but i believe some NAND chip on your RAM may be broken. Try removing a stick and running and see if it breaks.

 

~feeqls

Thank you ill try this, something i failed to mention in my post was that the BSOD error occurs probably every 2-3 hours of playing now, would it be Blue screening due to a point where my cpu is trying to utilise the potentially broken NAND chip?

Edit: Also is there any way i can get confirmation that a NAND chip is broken?

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3 minutes ago, William23r said:

Thank you ill try this, something i failed to mention in my post was that the BSOD error occurs probably every 2-3 hours of playing now, would it be Blue screening due to a point where my cpu is trying to utilise the potentially broken NAND chip?

Most likely. 

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20 minutes ago, William23r said:

The graphics card drivers are up to date but i do know that their is updates for my bios, would it be worth trying this?

Edit: Theres been 3 bios updates since the update mine is on

I would definitely recommend updating your bios.

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22 minutes ago, Inception9269 said:

Status updates bro?

Sorry, about the lack of updates !

so far I have ran a memtest which came back all clear then after that I ran the driver verifier which I am in progress of interpreting weather or not any drivers are playing up and in the morning I plan to update my Bios to the latest version, so I’ll come back with an update then, thank you for the help so far !

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12 hours ago, Inception9269 said:

Status updates bro?

Ive completed the bios update to the latest version, but now the boot up seems to be taking much longer than before, do you know if i can fix this?

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8 hours ago, William23r said:

Ive completed the bios update to the latest version, but now the boot up seems to be taking much longer than before, do you know if i can fix this?

What platform are you rockin? AMD or Intel? Cause for AMD that one is known to take longer when it comes to starting up after changing something with the system, such as hardware changes or even bios updates. It should be something that'll go away in no time at all.

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1 hour ago, Inception9269 said:

What platform are you rockin? AMD or Intel? Cause for AMD that one is known to take longer when it comes to starting up after changing something with the system, such as hardware changes or even bios updates. It should be something that'll go away in no time at all.

Yeah a 2600x at the moment with a B450 Aorus M Mobo and a 1660 super .

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