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Annoyingnerds

I just had this problem like a few hours before I wrote this post. So everytime I played games my computer freezes with buzzing noise that's very painful to hear and I need to force restart it. I have a Lenovo Y50-70 laptop, and this happens to every single game I own. Need help, plz

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updated drivers mate?

NEVER GIVE UP. NEVER STOP LEARNING. DONT LET THE PAST HURT YOU. YOU CAN DOOOOO IT

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I just had this problem like a few hours before I wrote this post. So everytime I played games my computer freezes with buzzing noise that's very painful to hear and I need to force restart it. I have a Lenovo Y50-70 laptop, and this happens to every single game I own. Need help, plz

Driver updating is the first thing you should do, then a system wide Windows Update. If all fails you should Refresh Windows or reset it if the problem persists. If you reset and the problem persist then it should tell you that there's something wrong with the hardware. 

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How long can you game before this starts? It sure does sound like either bad HDD (if laptop has one). Or GPU going insane. You should also check if its overheating.

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This issue happened to my laptop before,try updating video card drivers.

 

if it's already up to date and the issue persists,try uninstalling the video driver and download an older version

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Try reinstalling latest drivers, if it doesnt work, replace the thermal paste on the gpu.

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