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Ive been getting BSOD's while playing BFBC2. Not sure what the deal is, I just put my rig together.
Do you know what the BSOD error says?
Have you overclocked your system?
    
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it was bccode 124. I think in needed to just up the voltage a bit. I'm doing a mild overclock now and running prime. if thats stable BCBF2 should be too.
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it was bccode 124. I think in needed to just up the voltage a bit. I'm doing a mild overclock now and running prime. if thats stable BCBF2 should be too.
Aha, indeed. The only time I've had BSOD crashes in BFBC2 was related to lack of voltage to stabilise my overclock. The crashing I always had in BFBC2 (until now) was simply CTD, requiring a reboot due to the annoying looping sound.
    
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Aha, indeed. The only time I've had BSOD crashes in BFBC2 was related to lack of voltage to stabilise my overclock. The crashing I always had in BFBC2 (until now) was simply CTD, requiring a reboot due to the annoying looping sound.
yea, its funny how overclocking is actually fixing the problem. a few people asked me that and suggested i return to stock settings. the voltage settings with sandy bridge seem to be a bit funky
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It might be a problem for ATI users? I notice most people who've never experienced a crash-to-desktop with BC2 have a Nvidia card.

I have an ATI card and havent had any crashing problems......yet.
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just to let you guys know I had a good session of bfbc2, no crash, no problems after overclocking and increasing voltages.
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Right, I've just had a chance to test things out and it seems that setting "PCM 48 kHz" audio sample rate on my sound card fixed the problem!!
Thanks again to FelixLegend for suggesting it!
I just played for about two hours with absolutely zero problems. Of course, I also closed MSI Afterburner and GPU-Z before running BFBC2, just in case. It seems the audio sample rate thing fixed it though!
Is there anyway to do that with onboard sound?
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Is there anyway to do that with onboard sound?
Yes, under your Sound Options go to 'Properties' or 'Advanced' and select your desired output mode.
    
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Hmm, seems like I was already at 24bit 48 kHz. I was still getting those crashes though.
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Hmm, seems like I was already at 24bit 48 kHz. I was still getting those crashes though.
It was recommended to try 16-bit 44.1Khz in other forums/fixes for crashing.
    
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