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Don Luciano

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9th September, 2009 at 20:56:26 -

I have been test playing a game, after 30 minutes, more or less, it crashed with a blue screen.
It wrote something about memory i think, i didnt really looked.
Does anyone knows what might cause this to happen. And or anything to what might this be related?
Thx.

 
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9th September, 2009 at 21:19:26 -

Make it crash again, write down the error.

 

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9th September, 2009 at 21:38:26 -

I really wouldnt want to do that, because when it did crashed, and restarted, came to windows, showed serius windows crash something report, and firewall crash report, and 2 minutes after my screen freezed, and it showed graphic card error report, but has recovered with vpu. Then 5 minutes later my screen froze again, while i was typing you a reply and i was only able to restart again.

That absolutely never happened on my pc, at least not in the same time... i think this is like my first blue screen on this pc, and i have it like over two years now.
So i am scared


 
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9th September, 2009 at 22:04:21 -

Maybe you have a super evil virus.

 
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9th September, 2009 at 23:27:29 -

There is a leak in the mmf2 runtime with sub-apps. If you have any in your frame that may be the problem.

Or if you have any newer or beta extensions that could also cause a problem like this.

 
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9th September, 2009 at 23:54:26 -

I have no idea, anyway i defragmented the drive, and started testing again, been playing for more than an hour... and no blue screen.
Everything seems okay.


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10th September, 2009 at 00:07:32 -

I seriously doubt a click game caused the BSoD (blue screen of death).
Whenever I've had them, they've generally been a sign that some piece of hardware was on it's way out (usually a gfx card) - especially if it becomes more and more frequent.
I really hope for your sake, that's not it though.

 
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10th September, 2009 at 00:32:11 -

I can make an mmf2 game that bluescreens a computer sketchy. No really I can.

Just do this.

1. Create a new app
2. Drop in the process explorer extension
3. Then code this-
-Always
-Enumerate processes
-On Process
-Kill process ID (Current Process ID)
4. Compile and Run
5. Wait for your computer to boot back up.

 
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10th September, 2009 at 04:37:40 -

To be safe try monitoring your video card temperature. Typically a card shuts itself down resulting in a black screen and forcing you to reboot once reaching a certain temperature, but I'm pretty sure it could cause a BSOD as well.

Does your video card have a fan on it? If so MAKE SURE it is spinning freely. If you spin it with your finger it should spin for at least a few seconds. If it is easy to spin, but stops quickly, then it needs to be cleaned. If a basic wipe down doesn't help it, you can remove it from the card, WD-40 it all over, then let it sit overnight. This will help loosen the dust that probably cooked onto the fan. This may not fix your problem permanently though.

Also monitor your CPU temperature. From experience, BSODs CAN be misleading. Look up what temperature your particular type of processor should be running at.

What windows are you running? Service pack 3 can cause all sorts of weird errors so I would recommend getting rid of it if you don't need it. Service pack 2 can cause random errors on Dual Core processors afaik as well.

Bad capacitors on your motherboard can also cause all sorts of weird problems. The problems may be frequent or erratic. They cause multiple misleading BSODs and strange power failures. If you have bad capacitors they CAN be replaced, but you need to be experienced with soldering and a replacement motherboard is usually recommended. A bad capacitor will only get worse and cause problems much more frequently. To check for a bad capacitor just look at the capacitors on your mobo and compare them. The tops should be flat (not bulging at ALL!)Also look around the bottoms of the capacitors because they also sometimes burst.

Also . . . ALWAYS write down the errors when you plan to ask for help. It makes the process actually slightly feasible within the first few go-arounds.

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10th September, 2009 at 05:29:37 -

Any BSOD I've had was pretty simple. It was either a memory dump or that one time I was trying to install Vista drivers on Windows 7 for my sound card.

 
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10th September, 2009 at 14:18:17 -

I doubt the MMF game was the cause of the bluescreen error. It might have accessed the bad memory sector or video/sound card which triggered it but that would be coincidental and not the actual cause of the problem. Glad it seems to be sorted

 
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