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post #11 of 21
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You have no idea how much this means to me dmanstasiu.

Thank you so much for all your help and I will do exactly as you say. Hope it works. Thanks to everyone else who tried to help at the start of this thread.
post #12 of 21
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I believe something on my computer is taking up the GPU (keylogger or something) because when I run in safe mode, there are no tears.

Also, I have realized there is a direct correlation between the tearing and overheating... I seem to be getting blue screen every time I over heat.
post #13 of 21
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Originally Posted by ibrahim933 View Post

I believe something on my computer is taking up the GPU (keylogger or something) because when I run in safe mode, there are no tears.

Also, I have realized there is a direct correlation between the tearing and overheating... I seem to be getting blue screen every time I over heat.

Could this be the cause?
post #14 of 21
Yes that could be the cause.

You can try taking the laptop apart, seeing if there's
A) Any blown capacitators
B) heatsinks/ fans covered in dust
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post #15 of 21
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Yes that could be the cause.

You can try taking the laptop apart, seeing if there's
A) Any blown capacitators
B) heatsinks/ fans covered in dust


or

 

C) tell dmanstasiu to do it for you.

post #16 of 21
First get all the driver necessary for your desktop and make sure you select the OS that you will be installing, then reformat your pc and install the drivers if anything goes wrong after that; check for the CPU fan make sure is running. Try to re-seat the heatsink with new thermal paste then tell what happen .
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post #17 of 21
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What blows my mind is the fact that running in safe mode causes no problems for me...

WeRNothing was right.. There is clearly software overloading my GPU (virus or script installed by virus)

Going to post back with what happens after format..

EDIT: This is the gateway fx-6800 (desktop), dmanstasiu. If that means anything.
post #18 of 21
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What blows my mind is the fact that running in safe mode causes no problems for me...

WeRNothing was right.. There is clearly software overloading my GPU (virus or script installed by virus)

Going to post back with what happens after format..

EDIT: This is the gateway fx-6800 (desktop), dmanstasiu. If that means anything.

Press Windows + R and run "msconfig"

Look through the boot programs and unselect anything that might seem suspicious

Apart from this, ComboFix works well. Scan with your malware / rootkit scanner of choice smile.gif
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post #19 of 21
Try Advanced System Care 6. It some good freeware. It might help. I doubt it, but it just might. I would start with msconfig and if that does nothing..... right click on my computer and click Manage. then go to theDevice Manager tab on the left. Go down the list and update the driver for every device. If driver re-installation doesn't help you, then start reinstalling software. I think I would re-install windows, but that is just me. Good luck.
post #20 of 21
When your in safe mode your using default drivers not the AMD drivers. What driver version are you using?
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