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SW:TOR causing BSOD?

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Hi, so I recently bought TOR and since installing I have experienced my only bluescreens of death in this game. Every time I am on the fleet taking the elevator from the main section to the Flash Point start area and right as I click to travel there I BSOD. I never get them anywhere else EVER and I never get them doing ANY other task EVER no matter how demanding, could this be TOR itself or is something really wrong?


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post #2 of 4
Ive not yet had the opportunity to BSOD in windows 7 but try uploading your dump to sevenforums.. good luck!

http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-debugging/96879-blue-screen-death-bsod-posting-instructions.html
 
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post #3 of 4
actually BSOD or hard reset?

I was getting random resets, and here's what solved it for me:

1) Unistalled gpu drivers, reinstalled

2) Used the launcher option of repair installation.

Good luck
    
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Actual BSOD. I'll get the error next time I see it. It only does it at that 1 point and only 1 time a day. Which is odd.
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