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That will make sure your system is clean from your previous devices.
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Originally Posted by Xyxyll View Post
Downclock your GPU to stock settings and try. That's what we had to do for a friend's GTX 570.

Edit: That was #4. Try uninstalling your sound drivers completely. Start the game without sound and see if you can stay in.
Yeah, i tried turning off all my OC's. I'll give the soundcard a try tomoro though, I changed the sound to headphones in the settings so i'll turn that back to default too (i'll try anything now)
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That will make sure your system is clean from your previous devices.
Sweet...OK, i'll add that to my list of things to try too.

I have 2 SSD's, one is my main OS and the other I use for installing games on. I've never had a problem before but would it matter that origin and the game are on different drives? Just a thought
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Sweet...OK, i'll add that to my list of things to try too.

I have 2 SSD's, one is my main OS and the other I use for installing games on. I've never had a problem before but would it matter that origin and the game are on different drives? Just a thought
No, it shouldn't matter.
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didn't think so cos i've had BC2 installed that way for ages

I'm hitting the hay now cos i've been at this for like 6hours and my heads gone all melty now.

I'll try some of these ideas moro, Anyone else have any brain waves please drop me a post.

Cheers
Edited by ManOnFire - 10/31/11 at 3:33pm
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Also, make sure your pagefile set to system managed. Enable it if you had it disabled.
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I used to have the same problem where I would crash shortly after launching a game. I found out that MSI Afterburner was causing the problem. It appears that you tried without overclocking already. Is the utility you overclock with still running though?

I know my buddy constantly crashes with his HD6990, so it might just be an ATI issue. The rest of my friends are using Nvidia cards with a few crashes, but not as constant as ATI users. It's probably a driver related issue.
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My buddy bought a 6790 that has consistently crashed the exact same way until last night when i did a driver wipe on his pc then installed the 11.10 preview 3? I'm not too familiar with ATI and their driver arrangement, but specifically preview 3 worked, whereas all earlier releases (11.09?) failed as well... Hope his helps mang
http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles...eDriverV3.aspx
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for me i increased the voltage on my gpu from stock. solved my issues 100%
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Have you turned off MSI after burner?
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