Topic Title: New Beta Driver possibly causing BSOD's?
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Created On: 01/06/2013 02:17 AM
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 01/06/2013 02:17 AM
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Eaguilar
Peon

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Hello AMD.

 

I was wondering if you guys could assist me with an issue I'm having. I've owned this Sapphire HD7770 Vapor X OC version for two weeks now, but it is my second 7770 series GPU, so I've owned a 7000 series card for months now.

 

Initially when I first installed the 7770, it was giving me bad performance with games, so I installed AMD's new 12.11 beta drivers, which solved my issues perfectly.

 

However since today, I am getting a BSOD caused by atikmpag.sys and a driver reset time issue. , it has only happened while Youtube or Facebook attempts to start rendering a video from their player, it does not cause a lockup, but it does make one of my dual screens turn black with varying artifacts on it. After a while this will cause a BSOD.

 

Is this an ongoing issue with the Beta Drivers? I find it odd that the drivers that first solved my past issues are now causing this serious behavior.

 

Any help is highly appreciated!

 01/06/2013 02:52 AM
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stumped
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Try disabling gpu rendering....use software rendering. In IE goto  tools/internet options/advanced and put a checkmark in the box. Firefox has the same setting in general settings.

Also, make sure your flash player is current.



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Edited: 01/06/2013 at 03:01 AM by stumped
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