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Issue of crashing when running a game! help!

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December 26, 2013 9:07:21 PM

So i have recently bought trials evolution on steam and seem to be have enjoying it until it had crashed a couple hours ago. I decided it might be cuz i was running sony vegas and various other progams at the same time. But as i started to play this game again a couple of minutes ago it crashed again. I have already ran furmark and have not received any problems. If you have a good suggestion to stop my crashing please say so below. Thank you.

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December 27, 2013 12:24:53 AM

Are your video card drivers up to date? If not, update them first thing. Always.
Running intensive programs at the same time is never a good place to start, but it sounds like to stopped doing that.
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December 27, 2013 7:50:14 AM

Blastido said:
Are your video card drivers up to date? If not, update them first thing. Always.
Running intensive programs at the same time is never a good place to start, but it sounds like to stopped doing that.


Doing as you say right now. If I do still manage to get any crashes i will report to this thread immediately. thank you for your suggestion.
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December 27, 2013 9:51:35 AM

A snarky power supply under heavy use will also create problems.
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December 31, 2013 11:06:06 AM

AxlMyk said:
A snarky power supply under heavy use will also create problems.


Well I have a Corsair CX Builder Series 80+ Bronze 600w PSU so i dont think that might be the problem.
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December 31, 2013 11:07:21 AM

Blastido said:
Are your video card drivers up to date? If not, update them first thing. Always.
Running intensive programs at the same time is never a good place to start, but it sounds like to stopped doing that.


Alright so i just got another crash, so i guess updating video cards didnt really help. As an educated guess i think it might be either my ram or my cpu at high temps idk.
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January 3, 2014 8:44:47 AM

danman2 said:

Well I have a Corsair CX Builder Series 80+ Bronze 600w PSU so i dont think that might be the problem.

That doesn't mean a hill-o-beans. I've had big, new PSs go bad.


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January 3, 2014 9:08:04 AM

Yea I would check everything piece by piece. If you have another PSU to use try it out. From there go down to the more difficult stuff.
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January 3, 2014 9:54:03 AM

AxlMyk said:
danman2 said:

Well I have a Corsair CX Builder Series 80+ Bronze 600w PSU so i dont think that might be the problem.

That doesn't mean a hill-o-beans. I've had big, new PSs go bad.




Do you think that it could be my ram?
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