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July 17, 2013 3:45:05 AM

My Graphics Card Driver Keeps on Crashing When I Played On Minecraft and It Also Happened When i am On The Internet, So i Thought Wiping my Computer Clean would Work - Sadly it Made it Worse = All Games No Longer Run - I have Updated to the Last Driver, I Have Used different anti Malware Software, I Have Tried Uninstalling and reinstalling the Drivers And i am out of Ideas on What to do So if Anyone Can Help then it would Be really helpful Thank You.

My Graphics Card Is:
AMD Radeon HD 6570
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July 17, 2013 10:12:03 AM

Did you updated the driver from GPU's vendor site ?
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July 18, 2013 8:25:44 AM

lonewolf7 said:
Did you updated the driver from GPU's vendor site ?


Yes I Have But It Didn't Work
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July 18, 2013 8:29:36 AM

This error happened to me from playing Arma 3, but I fixed it by adding -nobenchmark in the run options. I'm guessing it can't make it past a point in the game so therefore it crashes?
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July 18, 2013 9:22:55 AM

If you could, try to replace GPU with friends, family, work. See how it works. I think the GPU is going bad slowly.

Please post your system specs.
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July 18, 2013 9:29:36 AM

I was having crash/freeze problems relentlessly for weeks after replacing nearly everything and tweeking and reinstalling drivers what seems like 1M times, I came across a thread on AMD's site about voltage. What is says basically, is the video card pulls so much resources from everything else that the CPU can not handle it, turning off the video card for a few seconds at a time until the voltage is back to where it should be. (am I making sense?..lol) This is why you will read threads about TDR values being to low, ect... Then it hit me, my MB bios has an overclock feature, which cranks up the voltage ..Sooooo, long story short, I went into bios and increased my CPU voltage just a mere 30%. and my entire PC works better, I can stream videos, and play wow, worry and crash free. Even web pages are loading much, much, faster. I would check into your MB manufacturer and see if you have this feature, most bios do now. and with sufficient cooling it's relatively harmless. (though I wouldn't suggest going nutty with the settings :) ) I do not know if CPU boosting programs will do the trick, but that might also be a quick fix if you are not comfy with bios settings. Hope this helps someone. :) 
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July 19, 2013 1:52:15 AM

lonewolf7 said:
If you could, try to replace GPU with friends, family, work. See how it works. I think the GPU is going bad slowly.

Please post your system specs.



My Specs Are:
AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Core Processor 4200+ 2.20GHz
8Gb Memory
500GB Hard Drive
Radeon HD 6570 2GB Graphics card
Windows 7 Professional
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July 19, 2013 8:52:43 AM

Ok, what's the brand of PSU ? On the first post you told that you wipe the compute to clean and it was worse from then on. What you did ? use some cleaner tools to clean the unwanted/garbage etc. files, or re-install or clean install of OS ? Try to clean install of OS and install the latest drivers, see how it works.
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July 19, 2013 10:57:47 AM

lonewolf7 said:
Ok, what's the brand of PSU ? On the first post you told that you wipe the compute to clean and it was worse from then on. What you did ? use some cleaner tools to clean the unwanted/garbage etc. files, or re-install or clean install of OS ? Try to clean install of OS and install the latest drivers, see how it works.


My PSU is ATX-400 JSp (400W)
I Deleted and created new partitions
i will have a go at cleaning out my OS and Reinstalling it.
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a c 119 U Graphics card
July 19, 2013 11:46:39 AM

Get a branded PSU ASAP.(XFX/Seasonic/Corsair). A 550/600W is plenty for you. That PSU of yours is a worse piece of component and not reliable too. I strongly think the PSU is the victim. And try to clean install of OS for sure.
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July 21, 2013 3:23:16 AM

lonewolf7 said:
Get a branded PSU ASAP.(XFX/Seasonic/Corsair). A 550/600W is plenty for you. That PSU of yours is a worse piece of component and not reliable too. I strongly think the PSU is the victim. And try to clean install of OS for sure.


I have a quick question - Would/Can a Virus Do This as well?
Because i am more leading to that area because i have removed my old graphics card and replaced it with another which is not as good as the other one (AMD Radeon 4800 HD) but has 10 - 20 more FPS than my other one (AMD Radeon HD 6570)
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July 21, 2013 8:37:02 AM

I don't think the virus is a issue here as you deleted and created new partitions. As I said earlier to use another GPU, and that you did and now you are getting better FPS, so the GPU is likely faulty, al least the result showing that. And please replace your PSU to save yourself.

Another thing do a clean install of OS. Good luck.
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July 26, 2013 4:14:12 AM

lonewolf7 said:
I don't think the virus is a issue here as you deleted and created new partitions. As I said earlier to use another GPU, and that you did and now you are getting better FPS, so the GPU is likely faulty, al least the result showing that. And please replace your PSU to save yourself.

Another thing do a clean install of OS. Good luck.


My New GPU is Now Doing The Same as My Old One So It is The Fault Of The Computor.
I Will Buy A New PSU And If That Does Not Work Then I Will Do A Clean Install Of The OS
Thank For Your Help
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