BSOD Playing Path Of Exile
I don't know what to say about Path of Exile. I did a clean install of the newest ones (353.30) as one of my first steps. I haven't used any other game application and this is the 1st issue I've had on my rig in months. They look like tall soda cans and if leaking, they will have white to brown dried foam looking stuff oozing out the tops or bottoms. http://mysqlzine.net/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-cs-go-or-gta-5-or-anything-else.html
I verified that there are no BSoDs by setting Windows to not restart automatically. No BSODs so far since this. I meant that AM3+ CPUs report wacky temps all the time. I read somewhere that the problem, if it is power related, could also be the actual power in my home just sucks. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/288021-bsod-playing-path-exile.html
Boxer♂:And yes I realize "swa" is just short for "softwareaudio", but still haha i think there is only a 1 or a 0 and no most effective and i also think It crashed after a little over an hour and a half of play. That shouldn't be the problem though, and CoreTemp and Speccy won't do a better job of reading temps. Posted by Ophaqon Oct 8, 2012 11:50:47 PMQuote This won't cause any problems if you use it on any system.
Setting --softwareaudio seems to have fixed it for me. I am not experiencing BSOD's at random, only in PoE. http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5519/10995091273_f54b905470_z.jpg regards, Paul BSOD Help and Support BSOD Playing Path of Exile -- 0x00000050Hi All, Started playing Path of Exile about a week ago and I am getting habitual BSOD as All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries.Some geospatial data on this website is provided by geonames.org.
At ~40c it's supposedly accurate. And while in there, be sure the system is clean of heat trapping dust. Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. http://steamcommunity.com/app/238960/discussions/0/630802344229503380/ I've been using the beta drivers as well as --softwareaudio for a month or so with no problems.
permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]Castologytwitch.tv/castletality[S] 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago(1 child)I know my reply shouldn't be "never" but this was a hand-me-down laptop from my stepfather who literally never used it. I have not overclocked or underclocked anything. Jul 28, 2015 at 8:43 PM #12 tabascosauz Joined: Jun 24, 2015 Messages: 950 (1.67/day) Thanks Received: 935 Location: where it's gert lush System Specs System Name: Ol' Beastie, the veteran I'll send an email right now, thank you! #2 OneArmedBoxer View Profile View Posts 29 Oct, 2013 @ 4:55pm UPDATE:I completely uninstalled the game and then reinstalled from scratch, hoping it
What's the total wattage of all the other items plugged in? his comment is here Since a CPU can cool down about as fast as it can over heat, it boots again. The Giga 990FXA boards have a hard time with the 8-core Visheras, I know this first-hand. The 700W was pretty good through the entire test, up until a secondary side capacitor launched upwards like a rocket and hit the fan. (You must log in or sign
To apply the parameter either change the shortcut on your desktop [if available] or navigate to the game in the steam-library, rightclick it --> properties --> startup options (exact wording may The only way AMD could get a reasonably accurate die reading at higher temps where it mattered was to sacrifice the lower temp readings. Guess only time will tell if it fixed the issue. http://mysqlzine.net/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-bf3.html It's the same platform as the CUG 700W.
All rights reserved. Idk much about POE but the graph had fluctuations, everywhere,...... I did a clean install of the newest ones (353.30) as one of my first steps.Click to expand...
That shouldn't be the problem though, and CoreTemp and Speccy won't do a better job of reading temps.
Changing zones or even general adventuring. Our support team will be happy to help. #1 OneArmedBoxer View Profile View Posts 29 Oct, 2013 @ 12:51am Originally posted by Grinding Gear Games:Hi there, I'm sorry to hear that This has happened twice, and only twice, and only with POE, no other game, or anything I've ever run has caused a BSOD. Nah it's not a malfunction, AMD designed it that way.
The laptop has not been plugged in every time the computer has crashed, however. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Daneel_TrevizeSlayer 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago*(0 children)It could be that bad, depends on where you're using it (the room's general air, if it's sat on a bed/table cloth, etc). Now I can try to enjoy the game #10 Lagwin1980 View Profile View Posts 26 Oct, 2013 @ 3:01am seriously guy there is a big ♥♥♥ thread on their forums about navigate here All rights reserved.
On the 3rd BSOD my sound-card registry hives were corrupted and I've spent the last several hours getting everything back in order, it was quite a mess. Plugged into it I have: My computer, 2 LCD monitors, a cable modem, a Wii U, a 5.1 speaker system, and a laptop. Boxer♂:Originally posted by MR.hyde:do u run a creative soundcard? Speccy is nice because not only does it now have a System Tray applet, but in addition to CPU temps (per core or average) it also provides motherboard and GPU temps.
As for your sidenote, when the problem first occurred, I was running much older graphics drivers (so I hadn't changed them recently). Also, as @Bill_Bright mentioned, check the capacitors around the CPU area of the motherboard, and make sure your heatsinks aren't covered and/or coated in dust. I'll convert the other logs and post them. So eliminating a possible failing PSU is the first step.
cause that would explain the bluescreens, u need to rightclick on path of exile in steam then u choose properties then choose staring options and there u copy paste--softwareaudio(with 2 - vcore, clocks GPU etc.....Click to expand... OoGreets < > Showing 1-15 of 23 comments Pain View Profile View Posts 23 Oct, 2013 @ 7:45pm Since I play this game about 10 :/ #1 Freyar View Profile View Forums Main boards Games Discussion Nintendo Fan Club PlayStation Nation Xbox Association PC/Mac/Linux Society Mobile Connection Bug Reporting & Feedback Off-Topic Discussion System Wars Sports Bar Ask the Mods Retro Gaming
Thanks #5 Astalas View Profile View Posts 25 Oct, 2013 @ 11:07pm yes. Especially since it started crashing, I am mainly using it as a video player, as I have it hooked up to my TV via HDMI. Rebooting could easily be due to the CPU getting too hot and it shuts down out of self protection, OR because the threshold set in the BIOS Setup Menu is set All these software monitoring programs do is read the sensor data and there is nothing magical, proprietary or secret about that - or how to interpret that information either.
LOG INCREATE ACCOUNTCONTACT SUPPORT Path of Exile Sign Up HomeNewsCreate AccountLog InPatch Notes GameVideosGalleryOverviewPassive TreeAscendancy ClassesItemsCommunity Wiki ForumIndexCode of ConductSearch EventsEvent CalendarRace Season LaddersBreachHardcore BreachStandardHardcoreRace Season PointsSignature RacesLabyrinth Ladders ShopBuy PacksMicrotransactions Any large deviations from PSU spec would cause a reboot. Jul 28, 2015 at 9:23 PM #15 Random Murderer The Anti-Midas Joined: Dec 6, 2006 Messages: 6,940 (1.88/day) Thanks Received: 1,831 Location: Florida, A.K.A. Coretemp/AIDA64 etc read the same registers.