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Originally Posted by brucethemoose View Post

First of of all, I understand you:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1150200/its-the-6850-from-hell-help
Heres what I did:
Go to BIOS, and reset EVERYTHING.
Re-flash graphics card BIOS
Unintstall all drivers. ALL of them, and re-install (though you did a Windows 7 re-install, so you should be fine)
Unplugged everything inside the case. Did some cable management anyway, plugged it back it.
Unplug all USB crap I didn't need.
Re-install flash and java. I don't care, if you did a fresh install do it AGAIN
Got a new UPS
EDIT: Un-install any overclocking/tweaking/monitoring software too, if you havn't
After doing that and physically abusing my computer a bit, I stopped getting BSODs, just like that. My 6850 is behaving now.
God help you, friend.

Darn you have been to hell and back.. Are you saying my GFX card is at fault?
post #22 of 59
well if you are playing videos and you bsod could it be a flash hardware accel issue?
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IDK. I think some of it might have been some funky Cool'n'Quiet... stuff, and it might have been my capture card. but it had to be something else too.

And yes, disable hardware acceleration and see if that works.

If you want to know something ironic, I got a 2nd gigabyte 6850. The 1st one is the slave card now, never have to deal with it's shenanigans again.
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IDK. I think some of it might have been some funky Cool'n'Quiet... stuff, and it might have been my capture card. but it had to be something else too.
And yes, disable hardware acceleration and see if that works.
If you want to know something ironic, I got a 2nd gigabyte 6850. The 1st one is the slave card now, never have to deal with it's shenanigans again.

Just ran tests on RAM and HDD's Both came back as no problems or flaws.

What next...
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post #26 of 59
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Originally Posted by brucethemoose View Post

First of of all, I understand you:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1150200/its-the-6850-from-hell-help
Heres what I did:
Go to BIOS, and reset EVERYTHING.
Re-flash graphics card BIOS
Unintstall all drivers. ALL of them, and re-install (though you did a Windows 7 re-install, so you should be fine)
Unplugged everything inside the case. Did some cable management anyway, plugged it back it.
Unplug all USB crap I didn't need.
Re-install flash and java. I don't care, if you did a fresh install do it AGAIN
Got a new UPS
EDIT: Un-install any overclocking/tweaking/monitoring software too, if you havn't
After doing that and physically abusing my computer a bit, I stopped getting BSODs, just like that. My 6850 is behaving now.
God help you, friend.
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Next:
Minidump files.

What he said. Ill go over them as well. see what exactly is wrong. also, to the guy with the b!tc#y 6850, it might be the windows 8 touch screen stuff thats screwing with your card?
    
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post #27 of 59
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Next:
Minidump files.

I'll get on that once I blue screen again, I deleted those recent files via Ccleaner.
post #28 of 59
Download and install bluescreenview and tells us what BSOD codes you are getting.
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

You probably need to start testing components. The first thing I would test is your memory.
http://www.memtest86.com/

Also before you start testing I reset all BIOS settings to default and if you have OC'ed your GPU set that to default.

You list an M4 as your drive, did you install this because you also state you bought the PC a year ago, but the M4 was not available a year ago was it. If you installed it did all this start right after you installed it? Do you have the M4 set to IDE or AHCI in BIOS?
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post #29 of 59
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Download and install bluescreenview and tells us what BSOD codes you are getting.
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html
You probably need to start testing components. The first thing I would test is your memory.
http://www.memtest86.com/
Also before you start testing I reset all BIOS settings to default and if you have OC'ed your GPU set that to default.
You list an M4 as your drive, did you install this because you also state you bought the PC a year ago, but the M4 was not available a year ago was it. If you installed it did all this start right after you installed it? Do you have the M4 set to IDE or AHCI in BIOS?

I bought my M4 2 months ago and before that I was still blue-screening
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There finally, got a blue screen while play skyrim.

Gladfully I have BSOD detector. Here's what the program is saying when i click "properties"

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