Topic Title: Why the driver makes a BSOD when watching video over the web ?
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 06/02/2014 08:29 PM
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And how to get rid of it. And i dont want to hear make hardware acceleration on off. ....

Will it ever be fixed. I see the problem we all have here since years !



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 06/09/2014 07:14 AM
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Two questions:

In your list of active processes is there one called "unsecapp"?

Do you have an antivirus program like Avast installed on your computer?

If so you might want to get rid of your antivirus program. It's conflicting with your video card drivers and causing the crashes. Unsecapp is running because it's (unsuccesfully) trying to resolve the compatibility issue. Uninstall your antivirus, and unsecapp should stop running, and you should no longer experience crashes.

I had literally the exact same problem you do, and after days of reinstalling drivers, doing memory diagnostic scans, and runnig windows repairs, I finally managed to pin my copy of Avast antivirus as the culprit. I got rid of it, and like magic there were no more crashes. Let me know if this helps you at all.

 06/09/2014 10:43 PM
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If my previous suggestion doesn't work, I would also recommend uninstalling adobe flash from your computer and reverting to an earlier version, becuase I've heard that some people have been experiencing driver issues related to the more recent versions of flash.

 06/10/2014 01:37 AM
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Originally posted by: crackdown21 Two questions:

 

In your list of active processes is there one called "unsecapp"?

 

Do you have an antivirus program like Avast installed on your computer?

 

If so you might want to get rid of your antivirus program. It's conflicting with your video card drivers and causing the crashes. Unsecapp is running because it's (unsuccesfully) trying to resolve the compatibility issue. Uninstall your antivirus, and unsecapp should stop running, and you should no longer experience crashes.

 

I had literally the exact same problem you do, and after days of reinstalling drivers, doing memory diagnostic scans, and runnig windows repairs, I finally managed to pin my copy of Avast antivirus as the culprit. I got rid of it, and like magic there were no more crashes. Let me know if this helps you at all.

 

He has avast,he's been told in multiple posts,he wont listen.He has even had posts deleted by the mods for it.



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 06/10/2014 07:41 PM
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@TypeOverride:

 

May i recommend to try avg free ? It's free as the name suggests and maybe it will perform better for you. It's a good alternative.

Now, i haven't read the other threads that Earnhardt hinted at, but:

If you only buy something this year make sure it is a good anti-virus/ firewall software. I mean, it's at least your protection man. Be serious about this matter. We all have our favourite programs and it sucks when we have to change something we are used to but sometimes it's necessary.

 

I sure am not the most experienced user around, but it would be wise to take crackdown21's advice.

Try it and post your results.

 

 

Thanks for reading.



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 06/11/2014 03:06 AM
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Originally posted by: backFireX64 @TypeOverride:

 

 

 

May i recommend to try avg free ? It's free as the name suggests and maybe it will perform better for you. It's a good alternative.

 

Now, i haven't read the other threads that Earnhardt hinted at, but:

 

If you only buy something this year make sure it is a good anti-virus/ firewall software. I mean, it's at least your protection man. Be serious about this matter. We all have our favourite programs and it sucks when we have to change something we are used to but sometimes it's necessary.

 

 

 

I sure am not the most experienced user around, but it would be wise to take crackdown21's advice.

 

Try it and post your results.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for reading.

 

http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=454&threadid=174650&highlight_key=y

http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=461&threadid=174428&highlight_key=y

 



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 06/11/2014 06:16 AM
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Oh, i see ...

One has to learn sometime.

No ?



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