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Once the computer has rebooted (it will look crap btw), Reinstall the driver using the Link here (http://www.geforce.co.uk/drivers/results/76094)(same as normal driver) Restart the computer again. For the RAM, use the in-built memory diagnostics (run MDSCHED) or the 3rd-party memtest86 utility to run many hours worth of testing. At the very least, I think there is some sort of click-lock feature that might work (even in the generic CP)…? I have played WOW in the past with no problems. this contact form

If you fail any step of that process, YOUR OVERCLOCK IS UNSTABLE AND NEEDS TO BE FIXED. It probably also works to just mount the share as a drive, and then tell Windows to look at that. If there is any doubt, open up the side of the PC case (be mindful of any relevant warranty conditions!) and point a mains fan squarely at the motherboard. This is okay for short gameplay sessions, but definitely not okay for hours on end.

Try it. try re installing GW2, make sure to clean of all prior folders including cache etc. Putting aside the idiotic AI, lack of tactical map, stability problem and gameplay issues there aren't even options for toggling the speed of veeeeery sloooow troops, alien and projectile movement, something

I switched the repo back to using hardy, updated, and the launcher works great now. Hall says: March 19, 2008 at 9:04 pm Chris always has the most timely articles! Maybe it was the dramatic music. Like so. . .

Reply to this» Shamus says: November 11, 2009 at 1:24 pm Nick: I'm an inverted player. (Forward is down for me.) It was a coin flip. It produced sound, but when I ran it on Witcher it was producing a terrible hissing sound. Do the same for each program in the program settings. I know that can sound hard to believe for some, but let me explain.

EQ2 was starting to get ridiculous around level 35 with way too many buttons to click on. I am getting a full 5.1 channels of sound, its pretty darn good. Like I said, I don't want to steer my eyeballs like a car. Kelcior07-19-2014, 09:32 AMUpload bsod mini dump and post it here.

LOTRO's mouselook is the LMB, not the RMB, and there's no T mouselook (but there is for DDO) edit2: in LOTRO you can use the NUMPAD arrows to look around Reply Wow. I'm getting that from the launcher too, about to test my windows install. Thier drivers do not seem to want to check the operating system headers to see if the application is telling the truth about how much memory and the address it sent.

Middle-earth Poster Map © 2007 SZC under license.   Europe United States and Canada This form's session has expired. weblink Check with your computer manufacturer or hardware vendor to see if any of the following have updated device drivers:hard disk drive controller (especially SATA or SCSI)fingerprint reader (very important if you I get zero lag, seems to run flawlessly except for this zoning issue. In the SDK installation wizard, select Debugging Tools, and clear other components that you don't want.

I spent 10 hours of my time for nothing, except for some drivers, and a 1 in the version number…big whoop. August 29, 2013 05:56 +1 Edit Quote Delete Infract Report Permalink Game crashing computer at random intervals in Account & Technical Support Posted by: Vivien the Redfury.2351 Vivien the Redfury.2351 Same Sincerely, Senior GM Bonesaw Trion Worlds Inc. navigate here Greeker8407-19-2014, 05:10 AMBSOD is most likely issue with your GPU cooling, in my case the GPU usage sits on 99% pretty much all the time.

Temp programs also come with that figure pre-programmed in them, for goodness sake. It took me over a week to get my current overclock stable, and I had to go so far as to tweak GTLVREF lane voltages to stabilize the system. All, I REPEAT, ALL other games work fine besides ArcheAge, and on higher settings.

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I will most definitely concede that SWTOR is harder on systems than it needs to be, and with the graphics looking like they do, I'd say that's a hardcore understatement, but Scotland02.05.2012, 06:01 AMProcessor: AMD Phenom(tm) 9550 Quad-Core Processor (4 CPUs), ~2.6GHz(Over clocked- 20%) Memory: 8192MB RAM Card name: ATI Radeon HD 5670 Chip type: ATI display adapter (0x68D8) DAC type: Internal Vista SP1 has somewhat of a performance increase, at least for me…I noticed that things like animations and loading basic Explorer windows are a bit faster…but the specific loading of programs Can we get a GM in here to view our dmp files pease.

Initially my screen went red, pink or white when GW2 froze, now it turns off just as if my screen saver would've kicked in. Have fun. :) SNy VaityaOctober 28th, 2008, 06:19 AMDo you have the latest wine version installed from WineHQ and not the Ubuntu repository version? My network connection is extremely stable overall. his comment is here Think I saw a post or thread on this somewhere, but was more interested in getting the game up first.

Only thing that bugs me is the incompatibilities with certain hardware drivers, example would be AC'97 audio and a handful of others. It was just a fluke though. . . The last few times the audio reset to SB card and not Generic, I would only get the error when zoning. dvystrcilNovember 18th, 2008, 07:41 AMI'm getting that from the launcher too, about to test my windows install.

Get winetricks from http://wiki.winehq.org/winetricks Download the script. Source & debs should be up soon(ish). SWTOR overheats non-OC'd machines. Out of curiousity, how do you play with Mouselook in games like LOTRO with a lot (and I mean a lot) of skills to press?

Scroll down the selected list and expand the tree of 'Processor Power Management' and select performance If this still does not work then: 2 - Try disabling processor power management features I run every other program on my computer and nothing happens. I think the game is just badly optimized.