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BSOD After 5 Minutes Of Play In BC2

Ever since BC2 each of us have had BSOD issues that happens only with the BF game, we have all stress tested our PC's beyond what BF can dish out and Caveman203-18-2010, 06:14 AMOK I got the latest Realtek drivers and the game crashed once, that's a huge improvement because the entire PC was crashing earlier. sounds good let me know how it goes, mines been running smooth ever since, what is your steam name?mines defytheordinary001 if you ever want to play Charlemagne6893Jan 8, 2011, 11:34 PM How do I deal with a BSOD (STOP ERROR) when trying to play Battlefield: Bad Company 2? navigate here

Remember, the BSOD happens after 15-20 minutes. I'll list the system I have and then the problem I am having, but first I'll give you a quick overview. *The only game affected by this blue screen is BFBC2 No overclocks, even on your video card, too?3. squall083303-11-2010, 07:38 AMCan you upload the minidump file as V3teran did? http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/178120-bsod-after-5-minutes-play-bc2.html

Then blue screens? Chrypt2003-03-2010, 01:10 PMBlue screens indicate hardware issues and not software issues in most cases. Still open to other options, going to try a couple other games. Blue screens are not usually caused by application software (like games) unless there is a bug in a driver that is being used; e.g.

  1. Radeon HD 5850, was thinking of picking one up for BC2, or just waiting for NVIDIAs DX11 cards Hekynn03-06-2010, 11:17 AMUm did you have 196.75 drivers installed?
  2. Either you have the following issues: 1.
  3. If you do some reading about it, it's a known fact it has something to do with BF or PB itself.
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  5. I can analyze it to find the root of the problem more specifically.
  6. No luck, still crashes to BSOD.
  7. This should eliminate any problem with your BFBC2 profile folder.
  8. You're magnetic ink.
  9. Unfortunately I cannot change the IRQ under the Property/Resources tab.

Good luck all. The file you uploaded is not the one. have you tried that?6. Replaced with a 2GB stick and I'm up and running good,np's I just can't figure how in the hell I missed it running the test's because I was told more often

I'd also try a BIOS update if there is one available What he said, update your BIOS and see how you go. if its getting to upper 50's and 60's it may crash. c:\windows\minidump\minidump.dmp If you can't find it it's probably hidden, so you have to make the folders show hidden files. Loaded the drivers and played BC2 for the first time..........and Crash Blue screen!

Thanks Again Scott a.k.a~Gilliosa Back to top #2 smakme7757 smakme7757 Champion Atomican 4,205 posts Location:Europe Posted 18 March 2011 - 02:41 AM The 0x000000124 is usually related to Vcore. But the fact that the game is sparking the error still doesn't mean its bad code on EA's part.Lets try a different approach here. I had 2 1GB sticks and a 2GB stick in my rig and both 1gb sticks were bad. and BTW, I need to know which version of windows you're using, 32 or 64bit and RC or RTM.

The full erroe message was: ***stop:0x00000124, 0xfffffA8004bb9038, 0x00000000b2000040, 0x0000000000000800. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/109530-13-blue-screen-bfbc2 Input Tab: No problems found. -------------------- DirectX Debug Levels -------------------- Direct3D: 0/4 (retail) DirectDraw: 0/4 (retail) DirectInput: 0/5 (retail) DirectMusic: 0/5 (retail) DirectPlay: 0/9 (retail) DirectSound: 0/5 (retail) DirectShow: 0/6 (retail) make sure your box has enough air flow, keep an eye on cpu, memory, mb, video card temperatures, u may need to add fan(s) or reduce settings to keep it cool Try using the 16 bit version and see if that helps with the BSODS.

The only thing that ruins Battlefield (client side hit detection) ...... check over here AlSO, memtest86 is for 32bit OS's Thanks Freyar03-03-2010, 02:20 PMWhat is the actual bluescreen error anyway? Ask ! He uses very similar settings and system as you. 45nm C2D(Q), external MCH architecture, DDR2 (DDR3 isn't too different), using on-board Realtek sound, and a GTS 250.

When GPU is faulty the driver is named in the message. If anyone knows something about this, post up as I'd like to solve the problem. Oz_JuicE View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Oz_JuicE Find Threads by Oz_JuicE 01-27-2011, 11:17 PM #8 -B.A.Frayd- Join Date: Sep 2007 Reputation: 157 Posts: 1,166 http://ventureforum.org/bsod-after/bsod-after-blackout.php Ill then see is BSOD occurs again.

I have 3 other friends who have built computers for the sole purpose of gaming, all 4 our PC's have different components/brands, but are extremely built and fast. However, in order to be able to read your STOP error, you will need to make sure your machine doesn't restart automatically when it happens. 1. Sound Tab 1: No problems found.

When you get a BSOD there is always an error, write it down.

What an idiot.Doesn't mean he is trolling allot of people do not know that the information on the BSOD screen is very important so they just quickly reset there pc. look around the forums... Ill use that ram check program also troglodytejb03-03-2010, 01:46 PMI doubt it's the display drivers, since you're on Windows 7-- it'll automatically recover crashed drivers without failing. It's been working perfectly for several hours now, so I think it is all set.

Or let windows update find the drivers? Also this issue has only recently been happening just thought i would note that. Amazing CPU for $50. http://ventureforum.org/bsod-after/bsod-after-upgrading-cpu.php The cpu is not OC'd.

Related Resources BFBC2, any way to disable music on loading screen? RMA'd the drive. chrisdglong03-03-2010, 02:21 PMOk tried the updates. As have I.

I know the origins of the BSOD and the people telling you its hardware are right. I increased the voltage a little and bam... Advanced 5. Ram maybe?

When is Nvidia getting dx11 cards? AND BY NOW... whatever... Peace.

Not with latests drivers though. When you play game that put more stress on your hardware than BF and they run flawlessly?Q_Q moarCheck your ram if its faultyCheck your Graphic CardCheck your motherfuckboardUnplug your motherboard battery I am running Windows 7 64x Ultimate and for some reason everything works fine, I have IRQ's that reach up to (190) but at the very bottom, the duplicates start to