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I checked OS settings. Please find attached dump file. Try upping the SDRAM voltage a bit, sure worked for me. geek_skierr, May 5, 10:17 pm Hi there, I found your topic by google from France... http://ventureforum.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-crysis-3-error-0x0-0116-bugcheck.php

Also used the windows memory tester - though not sure how accurate that is. Fully updated drivers and haven't seen a game my PC couldn't handle yet. Nothing really dead seriously important. This service have been found to be the problematic element in a lot of BSODs and crashes which is easily solved by disabling it.

I have run memtest and graphics card benchmarking and everything seemed fine. geek_guest, Mar 12, 11:41 pm Funny... If anyone can help me with this, I'd appreciate it. Loading User Symbols Missing image name, possible paged-out or corrupt data.

Would appreciate any help!!Below are my specs and so far I've tried these things:- Uninstalled AVG - no change, so put it back. Here is an excerpt from my dumps (I used WhoCrashed to view them): Note: The second section appears multiple times On Thu 1/14/2010 10:27:38 PM your computer crashed This was likely I didn't purchase through Steam but thought would give it a try anyway.- Disabled internal GPU - no difference- Tried running game in Vista SP2 and XP SP2 compatibility modes - No help in it anyways at last.

i'm strating 2 think it's a hardware problem. Contact Us - Steam Store - Archive - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.7Copyright ©2000 - 2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. vittau View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by vittau Find Threads by vittau 03-23-2012, 01:13 PM #12 Xelotath Join Date: Mar 2012 Reputation: 0 Posts: 2 http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/101899-13-crysis-crash-blue-screen try some benchmarks and if you still get BSOD then you know its hardware and not crysis related nub_01Sep 4, 2010, 4:38 AM Hi Mottamort, is there specific benchmark test(s) you

Any ideas? =\ geek_guest, Apr 25, 2:18 pm Dxgmms is nothing else than Direct X Graphical Memory Managment System. Tried all the fixes listed in earlier threads and it seems there's still something my PC isn't liking with Ys. In the sense that if I am downloading a smaller file it may complete and a BSOD does not occur. I didn't want to do this because I wanted Steam to be the sole game download service on my computer, but they left me no choice.

  • Needless to say I am extremely mad at all parties concerned from Corsair for selling me ram that will not work at the stated speed, Asus for telling me that the
  • Is there a real fix.
  • Then tried running Crysis on low settings and lower resolution - much longer game play - now occasionally crashes to desktop but sometimes still BSOD at the end or beginning of
  • Maybe it needs a cool Slurpee or ice-pack once in a while to chill out.
  • Latest BIOS and many attempts at older BIOS, tried preventing windows from installing drivers and installed from both Nvidia and from Asus.
  • Since then hes been getting BSOD's.
  • Generated Fri, 13 Jan 2017 23:29:20 GMT by s_wx1077 (squid/3.5.23) Non Zero Geeks windows 7 64 bit BSOD - dxgmms1.sys ← First « 1 2 3 » Last → I have
  • The idea here is that everyone with this problem try every possible solution on this list and report back 1.
  • so i thought i should try to remove one of my ram chips and guess what?
  • This make me aware of hardware issues, since I have been using Windows 7 x64 for already half a year without any problems.

I am confused and really want to be able to play this. Crysis crashing blue screen of death solved Blue crash screen and splash screen freeze Computer blue screen crash solved Blue Screen Crash Help Can't find your answer ? Privacy Policy Legal Steam Subscriber Agreement ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.6/ Connection to 0.0.0.6 failed. Are you sure that this problem occured with dxgmms1.sys on x86 OS?

Basically you have to set your desktop to any resolution you wish to play your game at then you're supposed to go into the AMD control center and find the scaling get redirected here Password Register Games FAQ Today's Posts Search Search Forums Tag Search Advanced Search Google Search My Threads and Posts My Posts My Threads Steam Game Discussions # - C D - Dropped 1.5k on a rig back in November, put it together, it runs perfectly, no temp issues, I get BSOD's about once a day, sometimes more. Help?

I didn't want to do this because I wanted Steam to be the soul game download service on my computer, but they left me no choice. So went on and went to Atheros, Intel etc etc. geek_guest, Mar 17, 5:49 am I have the same issue, and you guessed it, Windows 7 x64. navigate to this website geek_meditas, Oct 3, 11:44 am Same issue for me...wierd how it seems to get worse over time...not sure I understand why that happens.

My system specs are as follows:System Specs:Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1AMD FX-4100 Zambezi 3.6Ghz AM3+ASROCK N68-VS3 FX (Mobo)8GB ddr3 1600 (dual channel)XFX 7750HD Radeon 1GB Core Edition GDDR5 w/ AMD Catalyst geek_an_asshole, Nov 5, 8:00 am Since the public registrations are closed, you must have an invite from a current member to be able to register and post in this thread. All rights reserved.

The biggest issue is that while it seems the symptoms are similar (black screen at launch then crash to desktop) the fixes that have worked for some people varies greatly.

Considering going to Vista :/ geek_simon, May 4, 10:48 am Same here with Crysis! Win 7 Pro x64 EVGA 750i FTW SLI motherboard with nForce chipset Intel Q6600 @ 2.4 Ghz with Zalman 9700 heatsink 4 Gb OCZ 1066 DDR2 RAM at @1066 Mhz, 2.1V Turns out Single Play mode crashes too. Thanks!!!!!

Having vsync disabled can cause your video card to overheat and cause a bluescreen or a automatic system reboot. 2. Check your game folder for that, and if it's there, email it to [email protected] Get the answer misrySep 4, 2010, 4:47 AM OCCThttp://www.ocbase.com/perestroika_en/index.php?Download nub_01Sep 5, 2010, 3:28 AM Thanks. http://ventureforum.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-cod-mw2.php Just now...

I contacted Corsair and they tell me that it is because AM2+ CPU's and motherboards are unable to run memory at 1066MHz if all 4 slots are used. Everything is running at stock speeds, no overclocking, no temperature issues.