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post #1 of 7
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So for the past few weeks ive been getting a bothersome Bsod..
Ive narrowed it down, and believe it only happens when i have photoshop cs5 open editing images while im playing music.. Usually i get the bsod at from time to time when that is open.
Any ideas?

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post #2 of 7
Well i am not sure about it but
Check for driver updates , And make sure Voltages are Giving it enough kick
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You don't have enough voltage to the CPU or the IMC...
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Originally Posted by nolimits882000;12039755 
You don't have enough voltage to the CPU or the IMC...

Is this bsod error specific to not having enough voltage? i ran quite alot of stability tests after my oc.. and that was a while ago.

I updated my chipset and video card drivers.. i heard from someone that it could relate to sound drivers.. which would make sense because it happens when i have photoshop and music running.
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Up your VTT voltage one notch thumb.gif
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its VTT man. either too high or too low. usually too low though.
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hmm ive narrowed down the problem i believe to JUST have to do with photoshop cs5. I know its not the voltages, i tried out many and no go.. i ran photoshop and ran an action on a 5000x2000 image, it crashed after a sec. And my cpu usage was at 20 percent and plently of ram too spare
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