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Have you watched the game gradually turn into a PowerPoint slide show in towns and PvP hot spots? EDIT: Typos. I installed the Windows 8 Consumer Preview last december and since then, all my online games... Please help! Source

I gave up early becasue when i started searching out the game forums and a couple of other communities I saw way to many people saying they only had bsod's whhile I've been getting a BSOD the past few days and I've just done a clean install of windows 8.1 64x. Like I said ALL my games work fine Archage is the only game that ive ever had do this. Undeadhype 105 Undead Warlock 6920 66 posts Undeadhype Ignored Jan 25, 2012 Copy URL View Post 01/24/2012 09:31 PMPosted by PhoenixstormWell...if it was a driver issue which is what the useful source

Like i say i play ESO, FFXIV on max settings for hours and not one issue. I ran a registry/defrag scan and it cleaned up my registry but said that my laptop didn't need defragmentation. You should post your memory dump on a public cloud server. It was a driver issue...it remains a driver issue...reinstalling the Steelseries driver will bring back the blue Screen crashes.

I have had two so far this week and only during gameplay. Mogrigg 90 Orc Shaman 10620 15984 posts Mogrigg Ignored Feb 6, 2012 Copy URL View Post I get it!I have the same mouse and I am having the same problems That tends to cause memory overflow problems and other issues, often resulting in hard crashes. eVGA should also have a bios update for the card that will correct this automatically.

TechSpot is a registered trademark. This is a case of a broken game. Thanks, Uncle Mo I've had several crashes of the game (8 total since Sunday) and two have been hard crashes. you could try here Motherboard?What I would immediately try, since your BSOD is pointing at services related, is manage your virtual memory (pagefile).

I will check my drivers in the mean time. Nothing to do with my system thankfully. Gonna have to call BS on this post. Software development teams that are overstressed on their budgets tend to not have those very senior and experienced engineers (we're expensive) that are needed to preclude these types of problems.

I didn't notice any performance issues. https://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/59019-bsod-while-playing-dragonnest-mmorpg-during-high-ram-use.html The use of multiple pointers to blocks of memory is intended to allow effiicient allocation of memory (if a definition of some object isn't needed, the memory isn't allocated and the In layman's terms, in a nutshell, when software dynamically allocates memory and then releases it, over time available memory becomes lessand less. BSOD Crashes and Debugging BSOD during high performanceOkay, I think it's time to ask people who are smarter than me.

I built this computer and I've been updating it gradually piece by piece. this contact form even after making a account I don't have rights to look at your files.--------post your memory .dmp file on a cloud server. M4A785TD-V EVO Memory 8,00GB DDR3(4x2GB) @ 666MHz Graphics Card Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 Sound Card None Monitor(s) Displays Philips 280S 24" Screen Resolution 1920x1200 Keyboard Func KB-460 Mouse Plexgear E5 PSU This sort of mistake is common and is a major contributor to what are termed "memory leaks"; the unreleased subordinate block of memory sin't tracked by the program or the OS

Since doing that, I've never gotten another "graphics driver stopped responding" message or blue screen. Can't type this early in the morning. ESO doesn't havea "memory leak" per se. have a peek here My PSU is less than a year old 600w Greeker84Aug 1, 2014, 11:03 PM As I suspected it is indeed the game that is causing many people to develop bsod errors

I'm really scratching my head on this one.Some critical information is missing here.. It has severe memory fragmentation. New games will always break some vid cards, so that's where I'd start.

I have no problem with single player games, youtube, etc, and can often play for a few hours without a game crash but once I get one, more follow.

Register now FORUMS Log in | Sign up Search This ForumThreadsUsers ForumsBBS Rules Request A Subforum Feedback Forum Quests Around 2P NewsNew MMOsSlide2PExplore GamesDOTA2PHeroes2PHearth2P Free MMORPG and Mobile Games Forums at I had less problems on my main PC with the game installed on 2 HDDs in a RAID 0 configuration than another PC running off one HDD. Software development teams that are overstressed on their budgets tend to not have those very senior and experienced engineers (we're expensive) that are needed to preclude these types of problems. It has severe memory fragmentation.

To be honest, I don't know how you can "know" if your computer would be OK with messing with those values. HELP! The memory fragmentation problem is worsened by that wonderful piece of crap called MS Windows. http://aaaconverter.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-playing-games-osu-and-sometimes-watching-video.html Hast 97 Orc Hunter 8655 3 posts Hast Ignored Aug 6, 2012 Copy URL View Post Ok not sure if it was just a fluke or what, but mine

Either they don't exist in the game package or they already exist in another location of the memory.I've fiddled with TdrDelays and adjustment; CCC adjustments (as I have ATI.), game adjustments Can't type this early in the morning.Eh, 99.9% of BSODs are hardware related issue (Heat, Memory, Disc Drive, Power, Driver issues, etc). It's not BS.OP: Update your drivers and you should be fine.And when you do get a BSOD, see what the BCCode number is, google it and you will get a pretty