Originally Posted by ItsBobtista
Whelp, it's not related to Source. It just happened while trying to view a video in Windows Media Player.
Awesome -___- I'm starting to think there might be something wrong with the card itself. Any suggestions on what to do? Should I call the manufacturer? It is under a year old. Maybe they can do something for it?
No, don't RMA. If it is the card, it would crash on anything.
1. Remove all CCC driver. Restart PC.
2. Clean it with Atiman Uninstaller v.6.0.0.msi
. Download LINK
Run it with administrator privilege. Some antivirus software will give false alarm but it is just a false positive. Let it run and restart to complete the uninstallation. Then shutdown PC.
3. Remove the card or Cards for Crossfire. Swap the card(s) around PCIe slots. Restart PC. Shutdown and swap the cards around again.
4. Restart PC and install Catalyst 11.9 + ( Catalyst 11.8 CAP5 only if you are crossfire) - I know 11.9 CAP1 is out but not tested for this to work.
5. Disable ULPS http://www.overclock.net/amd-ati/667...ling-ulps.html
6. Try the game if it crash. If it crashes, swap the cards to another PCIe slot and repeat the above.
During Catalyst install, if you get any error messages, ignore it and let it complete. Restart PC, then go to folder where the files extracted/unzipped to, find the *.exe to perform repair.