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BSOD in Black Ops

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I have solved this issue smile.gif
Edited by pjBSOD - 1/19/12 at 3:04am
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redownloaded black ops? If not, give that a go. If you have, I'm leaning towards ram. My rigs stuffed forwhatever reason. I quit a game, any game and it'll go into a reboot loop.
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post #3 of 6
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This happened in a previous installation of Windows. I recently reformatted and fixed other issues I was having, but the Black Ops BSOD still remains. I ran a memtest not too long ago and everything came out clean, it might be time to check again, not sure.
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If you have Black op's through steam I would verify game cache. Maybe there is a file missing or something.
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Try a different set of graphics drivers? Audio drivers as well lol. Those are the 2 main issues that cause game BSoDs. I feel like I am just repeating myself from your last thread. redface.gif
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I have, unfortunately. I went from 11.10 to 11.12 and caps, as well as PAX to official Creative, as well as brand new Windows installation. Nothing solved with the Black Ops issue. I will monitor closely and see if the BSODs happen in other environments or games, if they do, I will memtest my RAM.
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