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I should have mentioned, Windows is a fresh install as well. Been working on the problem for some time now. So Windows was reinstalled about a month ago.
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post #12 of 27
The game was designed to crash every now and then randomly.

Hopefuly people will stop buying EA game and we'll be done with this massive scale stealing.
post #13 of 27
still this happened to me on a fresh install of windows. mainly try uninstalling directX. otherwies do another install of windows and a fresh download of bf4 lol.. sounds fun huh =) i betchya it works after though. =)
post #14 of 27
The game was a crash fest for me from launch till about one month ago. It really is finicky with hardware but I'd suggest to try run it with only 2 sticks of RAM if you haven't tried that already- swapping RAM somewhat helped me although my old sticks are in perfect working condition otherwise.
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Erick what is happening exactly? Do you play BF4 and then your pc crashes or does the game crash? If its the game that crashes what is the crash code?

I used to have same problems as you I could play a game for 15 mins then it would crash, always saying along the lines of "punkbuster crash - disallowed programme"
post #16 of 27
Plenty of people playing on Windows 7 with no issues (myself included). If you have anything overclocked set it back to default. BF3 and BF4 both will crash even if the OC is stable on every other thing. I had the issues myself in BF3. I'd try that before anything else.
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The game was designed to crash every now and then randomly.


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Plenty of people playing on Windows 7 with no issues (myself included). If you have anything overclocked set it back to default. BF3 and BF4 both will crash even if the OC is stable on every other thing. I had the issues myself in BF3. I'd try that before anything else.

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Plenty of people playing on Windows 7 with no issues (myself included). If you have anything overclocked set it back to default. BF3 and BF4 both will crash even if the OC is stable on every other thing. I had the issues myself in BF3. I'd try that before anything else.

Only reason people have overclock issues with bf3 or 4 is because both games push the gpu and cpu pretty hard. Bottom line if u are crashing then your Oc isn't really stable. I have my 2700k at 4.8ghz and my 290x at 1200mhz core and have no issues to speak of with bf3 or 4.
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Only reason people have overclock issues with bf3 or 4 is because both games push the gpu and cpu pretty hard. Bottom line if u are crashing then your Oc isn't really stable. I have my 2700k at 4.8ghz and my 290x at 1200mhz core and have no issues to speak of with bf3 or 4.

That was kind of what I meant. It may seem stable because it wasn't crashing in anything else. A lot of people overlooked that in BF3 for that exact reason when it was their OC that they thought was stable all along.
post #19 of 27
For what it's worth, I had crashing in BF4 because of overly-tightened RAM timings.

Stable in everything else, crashed in BF4. Loosened the timings and all was well again.
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Right, thats all I really meant. For what its worth the method I have always used for testing my CPU overclocks are as follows and it has never let me down. Prime 95 blend which will stress test a combination of things, I run it for 10hrs and if I get no errors I stop there and then run small FFT's for the same 10hrs.

Also I will run Memtest 86 overnight just for the heck of it. It might sound like overkill and it might be to a certain extent but it has yet to let me down and my overclocks remain rock stable.
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