Next time I'll start a new thread! Mar 28, 2011 #4 stylestrauss TS Rookie Topic Starter So how do you uninstall your current video card driver? (If you know) Sry amateur here. Any ideas how to fix this? Join Now! 126.96.36.199:25565. Source
However, if from some reason MiniDump files are not created in your system during a blue screen crash, you should follow the instructions below in order to configure Windows to create I know XP & Win7 are totally different animals. Any advice... However, if it had even showed a crash report, I would have brought it to you.
Sounds like your problem is more related to a hardware issue due to a corrupted BIOS. bp-123f4f96-0c2d-4a16-89c9-b5b5f2150127 Pinkupi13 Posted 8/20/15, 12:34 AM Question owner hello? It happens while i play minecraft and other games and it says MEMORY_MANAGEMENT (it isn't always memory_management but mostly). For more information, visit the QuickTime Web site.
Phoxuponyou 51 solutions 517 answers Posted 9/23/15, 10:55 AM Well, if there's ever a reason like corruption or a hardware malfunction and the session can't be restored, those tabs are as Join the community here, it only takes a minute. So it is not the one I posted, it is infact another issue entirely. My BSoD is slightly different though!
It first started while playing XCOM, and it pretty much happened every XCOM session thereafter, so I tried looking for some ways to DIY troubleshoot it. TechSpot is a registered trademark. I haven't used separate Firefox profiles in a long time, but I think they still separate session (tabs) and bookmarks, for example. Phoxuponyou 51 solutions 517 answers Posted 9/23/15, 6:00 AM Alright - it's always a more complex equation the more software you have running (not to mention the hardware differences).
I would suggest testing with Firefox in Safe Mode to see if it's actually Firefox or a plugin or extension. I've scanned several times, I have no viruses and the games work normally without firefox. Its the easiest... Firstly, how do you find the latest video card driver(s) for your computer?
I would suggest testing with Firefox in Safe Mode to see if it's actually Firefox or a plugin or extension. https://www.tenforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/18532-bsod-when-playing-minecraft.html Louis, MO Posts : 10 Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) Computer crash while playing Minecraft, no BSOD Hey all, I've recently encountered an issue with my computer where, while playing Minecraft, the let us know how it goes Hi, i tried getting the ASUS update program from the ASUSTeK Computer Inc. -Support- website, but on google chrome it gives me "The server method A different type of virus that is invisible and hides deep in the OS.
The first time it happened I had left the Minecraft Client open all night, then the next day I checked my computer and it had rebooted. http://maccomputersupply.com/bsod-while/bsod-while-playing-scii.html I had someone use it on their chipset drivers! Louis, MO Posts : 10 Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) That's the thing, it doesn't say anything; There isn't a BSoD or anything like that. The time now is 02:34.
The below image is just an example of what your Firefox screen should look like.) Thank you for your help! I say "I think" because I cannot see the blue screen, the system freezes while remaining on the game along with a bad noise coming from the speakers, I can just I would think someone else had the problem, so I looked it up before I made this thread and I found firefox crashing but not it crashing the entire computer. have a peek here dunno about system files.
Even tried Windows Safe Mode in case it was malware. Here is my specs: Gigabyte R9 270x 2GB OC 3x windforce (factory clocked) AMD FX-8350 4.0Ghz (not clocked) Crucial Ballistix Sport 2x4GB DDR3 1600 (not clocked) Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 Corsair Its epic.
malendras Says: February 1st, 2012 at 11:41 pm OK, I did that, and the C:/windows/minidump folder is there, yet there isn't a log since mid-November. They will have the latest updates for your system including video drivers. Can anyone help me? You should set the combo-box in this section to 'Small memory dump', and then click 'ok' to confirm the change.
I've had a HP Envy m6 laptop for a while now with windows 8 pro and I've noticed that i'm getting very frequent BSOD (Can't be virus since I have Bitdefender). What does this mean for you: Basically you need to expand your troubleshooting. I scanned the previous correspondence and I can't see extensions, plugins, or Firefox Safe Mode mentioned. Check This Out Help!!
Mar 28, 2011 #3 Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966 +70 Yes, they should help. Hello, I have exact the same specifications like turtleboyrocks, and also the same problem. Getta Live Says: January 14th, 2013 at 10:28 am I've been getting random BSODs for a few months and googled everything possible to find a solution. Here's what it shows within the BSoD: Code: Technical information: *** STOP: 0x0000001E (0xFFFFFFFFC0000005,0xFFFFF80002F118AA,0x0000000000000000,0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF) And here I'll paste here the problem details that windows gives me after the automatic reboot (Which,
Well, i hope i at least showed where to go to find the fix! (when its out...) Sony Vaios have two graphics cards, the Intel one AND a dedicated ATI one, Refreshing creates a new profile and resets Firefox settings, so yeah, you would probably lose those tabs. i just dont know whats wrong and its really bugging me. Since originally the issue was reported to happen due to the way Firefox handles memory.
That's not right, either. My suggestion in this case would be to update your graphics driver. Rarely Crash when idle. I would think someone else had the problem, so I looked it up before I made this thread and I found firefox crashing but not it crashing the entire computer.
If so please zip only the most recent - up to five - in one zip file. I also notice other games like Grand Theft Auto 4 crashing at random, no BSOD on that though. It says it's coming from Japan. il do try restarting and it turn to BSOD..