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 08/26/2013 08:36 PM
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shankly1985
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Anyone else crossfire had RSOD/BSOD?? had it couple times now, I have now went back to 13.8 beta 1 see how it runs. Was using this on Windows 7 for couple days and had no issue.

BSOD also on BETA1 Windows 8



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 08/27/2013 11:09 AM
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Anyone?



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 08/27/2013 02:36 PM
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It would appear that you're in the minority here, but a bit of additional info might help (aside from the general posting recommendations in the sticky at http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=454&threadid=160419&enterthread=y titled "PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING").

With the BSoDs, what is the Error code and responsible file/process listed? If you got a Blue Screen error of 0x000000AD would mean something completely different from an 0x00000116 BSoD code.



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Originally posted by: Kent@AMD It would appear that you're in the minority here, but a bit of additional info might help (aside from the general posting recommendations in the sticky at http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=454&threadid=160419&enterthread=y titled "PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING").

 

With the BSoDs, what is the Error code and responsible file/process listed? If you got a Blue Screen error of 0x000000AD would mean something completely different from an 0x00000116 BSoD code.

 

 

Opps sorry I should of been more detailed.

The Error codes I got have all been the same with the same .sys listed

0x000000d1
dxgmms1.sys

0x00000119
watchdog.sys
dxgmms1.sys

 

dxgmms1.sys This file points to DirectX file... THey is also other on another site reporting the same issue. The 3 times I have had the BSOD is at the end of the map on BF3.

Once was on Metro LL and one more on Benchmark.

 

Do note this didn't happen on Windows 7 witch I only came from last week also using the same drivers.

 



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 08/28/2013 08:55 AM
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I'm also getting BSOD with 13.8b, only after exiting BF3 multiplayer, also sometimes switches to windows mode randomly while in game.  Have to hard reboot everytime when freezes, ctrl alt del doesn't work.

Windows 8 64x, 5850 Crossfire, 2500k, 8 GB DDR3

 08/28/2013 09:45 AM
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Since when did the term "beta" come to mean "completely stable and free of any possible issue?" Go back to 13.4 WHQL if beta drivers give you issues.

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Originally posted by: RipperKO I'm also getting BSOD with 13.8b, only after exiting BF3 multiplayer, also sometimes switches to windows mode randomly while in game.  Have to hard reboot everytime when freezes, ctrl alt del doesn't work.

 

Windows 8 64x, 5850 Crossfire, 2500k, 8 GB DDR3

 

Thanks for posting.. Could you install Blue Screen View and see if its left any sort of error code.

 

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 08/28/2013 09:47 AM
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Originally posted by: black_zion Since when did the term "beta" come to mean "completely stable and free of any possible issue?" Go back to 13.4 WHQL if beta drivers give you issues.

 

Since when didn't you understand the TERM Bug reporting? That's what this thread is about reporting the issue.

If we just turn are backs and go to a stable driver whats to mean this issue dont get fixed in next release?

If you have nothing better to post, please do leave.

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 08/28/2013 10:33 AM
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Originally posted by: shankly1985

 

Since when didn't you understand the TERM Bug reporting? That's what this thread is about reporting the issue.

Reporting a bug to the community only makes sense in case of community-made drivers. Catalyst isn't one.



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 08/28/2013 10:41 AM
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Originally posted by: Eydee
Originally posted by: shankly1985

 

 

 

Since when didn't you understand the TERM Bug reporting? That's what this thread is about reporting the issue.

 

Reporting a bug to the community only makes sense in case of community-made drivers. Catalyst isn't one.

 

 

The Reporting a issue and asking people's experiances also, while still giving feedback to AMD about the driver.

Where is the wrong in that? This community really this bad? if so think i'll just leave now.



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 08/28/2013 10:44 AM
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I'm not sure why the community is bad for not developing the drivers instead of AMD.

 

On a second thought, it does. For linux.



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Originally posted by: Eydee I'm not sure why the community is bad for not developing the drivers instead of AMD.

 

 

 

On a second thought, it does. For linux.

 

 

Did I say the Community is developing the drivers? I talking about the response you giving to me. I create a thread asking for people feedback on Windows 8 13.8 drivers and get shot down for it.

 

Or is this just you posting junk to keep that post count up?



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Originally posted by: shankly1985 I create a thread asking for people feedback on Windows 8 13.8 drivers and get shot down for it.

Originally posted by: shankly1985 That's what this thread is about reporting the issue.

Now what?

 

 

Note: Actually you "shot down" BZ who was answering someone else, you just jumped in arguing about the beta thing.

I wonder why people these days think if youy create a thread, all posts are meant for them. Especially if there's a quote with someone else's post (or it's the last post). I see this more and more on different forums.



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Originally posted by: Eydee
Originally posted by: shankly1985 I create a thread asking for people feedback on Windows 8 13.8 drivers and get shot down for it.

 

Originally posted by: shankly1985 That's what this thread is about reporting the issue.

 

Now what?

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Actually you "shot down" BZ who was answering someone else, you just jumped in arguing about the beta thing.

 

I wonder why people these days think if youy create a thread, all posts are meant for them. Especially if there's a quote with someone else's post (or it's the last post). I see this more and more on different forums.

 

BZ didn't Quote anyone so therefore it was aimed at anyone above.

Sorry if hard to understand.



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Since you say you came from Windows 7 to Windows 8 I assume you did a upgrade.

You might want to give thought to the Windows 8 Refresh which would give you a clean copy of the O/S.

Had issues when I migrated from Windows 7 myself. Only drawback is re-installing software again.



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For reference, the 2 BSoDs are both video-related, thankfully, but are pretty rare from what we normally see on driver-based issues. The usual gambit of sfc (system file check), chkdsk (Check Disk) and Windows Refresh would be a good start, since newer versions of Windows don't let you do an uninstall/reinstall of DirectX, and it's the DX API that's causing the crashes (instead of the AMD-based software), but BlueScreenView (as recommended by Shankly) does help to get a better look at the BSoD as a whole



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Originally posted by: WMudrockJr Since you say you came from Windows 7 to Windows 8 I assume you did a upgrade.

 

You might want to give thought to the Windows 8 Refresh which would give you a clean copy of the O/S.

 

Had issues when I migrated from Windows 7 myself. Only drawback is re-installing software again.

 

Sorry should of said.. This was a fresh Windows 8 install on a new SSD.

 



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Originally posted by: Kent@AMD For reference, the 2 BSoDs are both video-related, thankfully, but are pretty rare from what we normally see on driver-based issues. The usual gambit of sfc (system file check), chkdsk (Check Disk) and Windows Refresh would be a good start, since newer versions of Windows don't let you do an uninstall/reinstall of DirectX, and it's the DX API that's causing the crashes (instead of the AMD-based software), but BlueScreenView (as recommended by Shankly) does help to get a better look at the BSoD as a whole

 

So do you think this is Software issue for defo? This is a new install of Windows 8 only had Driver 13.8 installed.

System been Rock solid for over one year with Windows 7 even used driver 13.8 up till last thursday.



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It leads me more towards something on the OS. Did you run all of the Windows Updates before trying to do the driver install? And did you get the chipset drivers installed from the motherboard manufacturer's site first?



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Originally posted by: Kent@AMD It leads me more towards something on the OS. Did you run all of the Windows Updates before trying to do the driver install? And did you get the chipset drivers installed from the motherboard manufacturer's site first?

 

Yes 

Windows all updated and I always go to Motherboard's site. Since this thread I have went back to 13.8 Beta 1 and I have only had it happen once. But to be Honest I not really played much.

This Weekend will tell me more... 

 



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