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BSODs after quitting Minecraft


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Can you try adding Minecraft executable in the Comodo Firewall exception list?
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Yes I can. Is there anything else I should do? Or should I just let you know if I get any more BSODs? 


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Do it, and then let me know if you get anymore BSODs. Wouldn't surprise me if Comodo Firewall was conflicting with Minecraft.
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I've had 2 more BSODs in the past couple days. This time I was playing a game called Starbound and both crashes occurred while I was playing the game.

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The BSODs were still caused by the AMD graphic card drivers. At this point, it would be wise to uninstall them completely, restart your computer and install the ones directly from your computer/laptop manufacturer website and see what it gives. Do you know how to uninstall them correctly?
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Could you give me the steps?


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Here's the instructions to follow:

http://support.amd.c...icsDrivers.aspx

Is it me or your computer comes with a NVIDIA graphic card? Did you manually add the AMD graphic card in yours? Do you know the full model name of your computer?
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I installed an AMD Radeon HD 6700 graphics card in my computer. The model of my computer is Aspire M3410.

 

I uninstalled and re-installed the drivers. Should I re-install these as well? http://support.amd.c...=Windows 8 - 32


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Yes, if it uninstalled the chipset drivers, I strongly suggest you to install these drivers as well. From which manufacturer is your graphic card?
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It is from Asus.


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It's a 6700 series, but which exact model? 6740, 6750, etc.?
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6770.

And the manufacturer of the card is actually XFX not Asus. My mistake.


Edited by Tungsten72, 11 February 2015 - 09:17 PM.

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Well, XFX driver webpage redirects you to the AMD drivers one, so it's no use. However, they have an option to get "custom" drivers for your graphic card (3rd option):

http://xfxforce.com/...drivers---tools

You need to sign up and enter your graphic card serial number.
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Sorry for the late reply, but it seems that the custom drivers option redirects me to the AMD website as well.


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Do you still have the original driver installation CD that came with your graphic card?
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