Topic Title: R7 260X BSOD
Topic Summary: BsOd rendom times
Created On: 02/01/2014 03:38 PM
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 02/01/2014 03:38 PM
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i got my new pc about 2 weeks ago.

i have installed a windows 7 64 bit with SP1

i have a new R7 260X video card with 2 displays (19" Mag) one is connedted to the DVI and the other one connected to the HDMI

ufter a week of gaming (GTA IV) i got my first BSOD what i did is to update my driver, it's looks like it resolved my problem

yesterday i got a new copy of Call of duty Ghosts (from Steam)

and today when i finished to play the game and wanted to exit i got the F**king BSOD again

i have downloaded a program that called "whoCrashed" (home edition for free) it's analyze a BSOD and says what is the thing that make's BSOD in youre system

i'm attaching the screen shot of the program

dont know what to do with that


 02/01/2014 03:45 PM
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There is a section of the forum...HOW-TO AND FAQ....go there and follow the post on TDR errors. What you are experiencing is not related to is a Micro$oft issue.


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