If it’s fine under linux then windows needs to be reinstalled. During some gaming sessions, the game doesn’t crash at all, but for others, it can crash in 10 min – 5 hours. My computer then abruptly crashes, and I have to restart.
Just tested rendering 4k footage in premiere and same thing crashes to the desktop and the occasional BSOD. Uninstall all display drivers and then perform a cleanup with Display Driver Uninstaller from safe mode. I attached Sensor Log from GPU-Z from when it happens, as well as GPU-Z screenshot of first page and pc specs taken from Steam . Have you had your PC for a long period of time or live in a dusty area? Your PC may have collected large amounts of dust inside. Dust can act like a warm blanket for your PC components preventing heat from escaping. When your PC overheats, your PC will freeze, reboot or simply crash.
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I have my graphics driver updated fully and my temperatures are normal, so I do not know what to do. Download Display Driver Uninstaller from its official page at Guru 3D, and run it before swapping your GPU or installing your desired driver. Use it to eliminate any traces of existing display drivers, and then either shut down your computer and replace your GPU with the new one, or restart and install different display drivers. This is also useful while troubleshooting display problems since it allows you to ensure that their source isn’t a driver conflict.
If the problems you meet appear only in specific games, maybe they aren’t actually problems. There’s a program called ‘DDU’ that uninstalls your graphics driver completely, run that and RPG Games then reinstall the graphics driver. I have disable Norton’s Firewall temporarily for an hour to see if it fixes the issues and no luck.
Inspect the inside of your PC for dust and if you find it is covered with dust, carefully blow the dust off using safe compressed air dust removers. Other programs that are launched manually by the user and not required by the game should also be closed before launching any CPU or graphically intensive game as it may cause your game to crash. Are too many applications running in the background? If your Taskbar Notification Area shows several programs running in the background that you don’t use on a daily basis, check if it is possible to disable the application from launching automatically on Windows startup. If so, did you remember to install the motherboard chipset drivers? Has the game or application recently received an update or patch?
- I have session manager which happens to do wonders on this stuff.
- Luckily modern programs like Firefox have ”profiles”, so if you wish, you can separate user assets by assigning each user their own profile.
- Bookmarks are safe – even if their folder is lost in a sea of garbage.
- i’m not sure because time can fluctuate between instances.
- Well, if there’s ever a reason like corruption or a hardware malfunction and the session can’t be restored, those tabs are as good as gone.
When i installed the software it installed all the drivers straight away. Browse other questions tagged crash gpu amd-radeon or ask your own question. after 3 days install and re-install, finally i’ve found the solution in the BIOS setting. I disable "ANTI SURGE SUPPORT", and thanks God, it never crash again what ever driver version installed. I have a dualboot with ubuntu, and so far it looks fine on linux. I don’t play many games on linux, but I will try to test more. or making a Linux USB, and seeing if the GPU runs a game fine under linux rather than windows.
If so it is possible the changes may have introduced instability. Check with the publisher of the game/application to see if this is a known issue and if there are any workarounds. Check Bluescreenview to see what driver in particular is causing the issue. Apparently this is usually caused by drivers accessing places in memory that they aren’t supposed to.