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Rocknrollcows

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So I was playing City of Heroes, but after a few hours, it would BSOD. I know it's not overheating because my i have the monitor on and it says 60C at MOST.


When the Blue screen happens, it says something about the Nvidia drivers to my 8800gt, i don't get the BSOD on any other game except for CoH.

and of all my games, CoH gets the LEAST hours per play.
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andrew brunner

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have you tried the latest drovers from nvidia
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yes, it is the latest FORCEWARE from Nvidia.
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Have you verified your overclock to be stable? Download ATITool and run "Scan for Artifacts". If errors occur, you need to tone down your overclock.

EDIT: And yes, I know you have an NVIDIA card. The artifact scanning feature of ATITool will still work just fine. :)

Edited by stettybet0, 25 February 2008 - 10:20 PM.

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Ive used ATItool before,I used it to scan for artifacts during clocks.

I ran it for 1 whole day after I clocked it.

No artifacts.
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