BSOD while playing games ( hal.dll +f768)


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Lades

Can you upload a pic of what u mean?

ccdn.overclock.net/7/71/500x1000px-LL-71b76794_download.jpeg i found it on google, i hope its enough....i only have "w o" instead of those symbols on screen

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Robbie Ride

ccdn.overclock.net/7/71/500x1000px-LL-71b76794_download.jpeg i found it on google, i hope its enough....i only have "w o" instead of those symbols on screen

think u need to adjust the link bud.

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Lades

oh sorry, didnt tested it. here it is corrected i hope

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Robbie Ride

oh sorry, didnt tested it. here it is corrected i hope

 

Never seen that before but I think your memory is screwed. btw I thought your system specs were AMD based?

 

If you have more than one memory stick in your comp try and remove one and then run memtest and then swap and do the same, this way you can remove the stick that might be causing the issue.

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Lades

Never seen that before but I think your memory is screwed. btw I thought your system specs were AMD based?

 

If you have more than one memory stick in your comp try and remove one and then run memtest and then swap and do the same, this way you can remove the stick that might be causing the issue.

on one forum they write about that problem i linked few mins ago....they say that its caused by thing that i use memtest86 and not memtest86+

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Robbie Ride

on one forum they write about that problem i linked few mins ago....they say that its caused by thing that i use memtest86 and not memtest86+

 

Try memtest86+ and see what happens, a clear indication of issues would be shown in red.

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Lades

yes, i know about it...im thinkig that ill first install taht chipset driver which i miss, try stability of PC by playing some movie or something and by browsing via web browser....ill run memtest86+ when ill go sleep...it takes ages :)

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Robbie Ride

yes, i know about it...im thinkig that ill first install taht chipset driver which i miss, try stability of PC by playing some movie or something and by browsing via web browser....ill run memtest86+ when ill go sleep...it takes ages :)

 

I thought you might have installed the chipset drivers before now. Run Memtest86+ before you go to sleep as even though it takes ages it might give you an idea fairly quickly. Try that then update us.

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Lades

well still browsing about those weird words on screen :) is it possible taht bad RAM is behind all this problem with BSOD? i mean that first one specially


I thought you might have installed the chipset drivers before now. Run Memtest86+ before you go to sleep as even though it takes ages it might give you an idea fairly quickly. Try that then update us.

i wanted to install that driver but i was scared when bsod appeared :)

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Robbie Ride

well still browsing about those weird words on screen :) is it possible taht bad RAM is behind all this problem with BSOD? i mean that first one specially

i wanted to install that driver but i was scared when bsod appeared :)

 

Running the chipset drivers isn't gonna cause you or your comp any harm it might however fix your problem but I think the issue is the memory and don't browse the weird words on the screen they ain't really gonna tell you anything.

 

If you do have faulty memory you might see something like this:-

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Lades

no red lines there....ill check them 1 by 1 tomorrow

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Robbie Ride

no red lines there....ill check them 1 by 1 tomorrow

 

Kewl in the meantime install the chipset drivers and see what happens, what is your computer knowledge btw?

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Lades

i studied informatics for 3 years, i know basics from this problematics

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Robbie Ride

i studied informatics for 3 years, i know basics from this problematics

 

Ah but do you know hardware, judging by the fact you forgot about chipset drivers I would like its rather limited.

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Lades

that chipset driver is called catalyst...i used to have it in my PC earlier but on czech forum (im from czech republic), they told me to uninstall it. Is it OK to install it?

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Robbie Ride

that chipset driver is called catalyst...i used to have it in my PC earlier but on czech forum (im from czech republic), they told me to uninstall it. Is it OK to install it?

 

Yes install it, it's utterly safe, as long as its for your motherboard its fine.

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Lades

Ah but do you know hardware, judging by the fact you forgot about chipset drivers I would like its rather limited.

to be honest, first year there was no specialisation, it was aimed on office package, second year i decided to go further in programming which was to difficult for me after that year so in 3rd year i picked information systems as my specialisation, it was perfect for me

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Robbie Ride

How did the install go, any issues or improvements?

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yes, i know about it...im thinkig that ill first install taht chipset driver which i miss, try stability of PC by playing some movie or something and by browsing via web browser....ill run memtest86+ when ill go sleep...it takes ages :)

 

 

I thought you might have installed the chipset drivers before now. Run Memtest86+ before you go to sleep as even though it takes ages it might give you an idea fairly quickly. Try that then update us.

 

 

Chipset driver isn't going to make a difference in MemTest since you aren't in the OS.

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Chipset driver isn't going to make a difference in MemTest since you aren't in the OS.

 

Well no of course it wouldn't and I never implied that it would and neither did Lades, I think it's obvious even to the dim witted that the driver install takes place client side.

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Lades

How did the install go, any issues or improvements?

i installed catallyst without any single problem, restarted and now ill run few  20 min videos, to make sure that it will not crash on it. After taht ill just browse on internet. also to be sure it will not crash

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John.D

and that 1a bugcheck BSOD? im running windows memory diagnostic right now if it find something...is it possible taht after update it use bad voltage on ram or something? Attaching last minidump

aswSP.sys and aswRdr2.sys caused this. Avast is the cause of this crash. Uninstall it. I would also uninstall daemon tools. This is another known cause of crashes

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Robbie Ride

aswSP.sys and aswRdr2.sys caused this. Avast is the cause of this crash. Uninstall it. I would also uninstall daemon tools. This is another known cause of crashes

 

I have mentioned avast to him already

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John.D

And use the Avast removal tool after. To make sure it removes everything

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