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Hey people. Well today Ive been playing bf 3 like I normally do, very pleasantly. Now, I open the game and it auto closes with this error:

"directx function getdeviceremovedreason failed with dxgi_error_device_reset".

And everytime I open BF 3, that error appears. I opened 2 different games, and that error didn't appear. So it's something BF 3 related.

Whats going on? How can I fox that guy? I'm using the 295.73 WQL drivers (latest) btw.

Thanks!

edit: Apparently there are some other BF 3 players getting this: http://forum.ea.com/eaforum/posts/list/7701369.page
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/115206-13-battlefield-directx-error
http://forum.ea.com/eaforum/posts/list/7654314.page

edit2: Now I could open the game, but oh boy, I'm getting like hell of artifacts:

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I don't think that's the graphics card itself because, as I said a lot of people are facing this with different cards and also mine was working, like 5 hours ago. Also, if it was my Graphics card, the artifacs would happen with all the games, and I opened a total of 3 games and all of em run correctly with no artifacts.

edit3: I've just opened a different server (I've been opening the same argentinian server all this time) and now the game opens with no artifacts. Can this be a problem of the server that's causing the artifacts?
Edited by Saizer - 3/1/12 at 11:57pm
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