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post #11 of 22
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I tried the official drivers and it was worse. I am not overclocking my video card at all. Temps are also fine in the 30s. Thanks

edit : I also tried playing my batman game and it gives error saying directx 3d something is missing. Do I need to install any directx components . My windows is also up to date.
You may need to install DirectX 9, which is not included in Windows updates. Just search for DirectX 9, and Microsoft has one of those web installer type applications that will install it and all the updates and service packs for you.
post #12 of 22
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Any ideas on what this means. The test was running for a few mins and then I get this error and I was using the free version if that matters. I also installed net framework 4.0 because it said it was missing. I also have directx 11 verified. Thanks
post #13 of 22
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Any ideas on what this means. The test was running for a few mins and then I get this error and I was using the free version if that matters. I also installed net framework 4.0 because it said it was missing. I also have directx 11 verified. Thanks
To be honest, all this adds up to sound like a funkified install. Basically, 3dMark is telling you that it was unable to hook into the DirectX 11 full screen hook. Which shouldn't be happening...
post #14 of 22
Windows 7 Reinstall maybe?
    
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Windows 7 Reinstall maybe?
I just did a fresh install a couple days ago and everything seems to work fine except this. Do you mean I need to do another install ?? That dont make sense...
post #16 of 22
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I just did a fresh install a couple days ago and everything seems to work fine except this. Do you mean I need to do another install ?? That dont make sense...
When you did a fresh install, did you use the tools from Crucial to do a proper SSD-friendly wipe before installing?
post #17 of 22
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Another user had the same problem and found that Objectdock was interfering with 3dmark and closed the objectdock and it works fine. I have objectdock running and I guess I should also turn off any other programs running like eset av ect ??? Thanks
post #18 of 22
Turn off Objectdock. I would think that it would have an affect. And you shouldn't have to turn off you AV for 3DMark. I don't. Try closing/turn off objectdock and try running 3DMark.
    
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post #19 of 22
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Turn off Objectdock. I would think that it would have an affect. And you shouldn't have to turn off you AV for 3DMark. I don't. Try closing/turn off objectdock and try running 3DMark.
However, if you have Avast!, some users (like me) have problems with 3dMark running benches while Avast is on. I have to disable Avast temporarily (if I disable all shields permanently it still doesn't work).
post #20 of 22
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I hope I am not speaking to soon but so far so good for 2 days. I pulled out my gtx460 and ram and reseated all and checked cables to card. So far no crash. It was so bad it would do it while surfing internet, using jdownloader or basically anything. I had even updated my java and flash and still had problem. Hope it stays fixed. Thanks for all the advice.
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