Re: Video driver has crashed.

So basically, whether I have SCII and two high quality streams or one high quality stream, my screen flashes and I get a "Video driver has crashed and Windows has recovered" message.

It only happens during high quality streams or multiple streams at once, or game + streams.

Recently I got a blue screen + memory dump here is the error windows showed after the reload:

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7600.
Locale ID: 4105

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 116
BCP1: FFFFFA8004BC0010
BCP2: FFFFF88003E06FB8
BCP3: 0000000000000000
BCP4: 0000000000000002
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1

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My specs are:
i5 750
ati HD 5850

I am currently running the catalyst 10.12 drivers.
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  1. How are your GPU temps running? Install hwmonitor if you don't know (free version, just google it).

    Also what make/model of PSU are you using?

    Good luck!
  2. corsair tx750 is the PW

    and here is a screenshot of what the program said:

    this was during 1 high quality stream open
  3. Temps look OK in this shot. Try running in background and cranking up SCII. See how high they go then.

    Are your chipset and network drivers up to date? Also, what, if anything, are you overclocking?
  4. here are the temps while running sc2 and two HQ streams, although not in full screen.. :

    also im not sure if my chipset drivers are up to date since I just put this system together and the only driver I actually got off of the internet was for the videocard, i also don't know what you mean by network drivers. additionally, i am not OC'ing

    thanks for the help!
  5. Your temps still look ok. Your network drivers are those for your network adapter that allows you to connect to the internet. What make/model of motherboard are you using? With that info, we can look up the most current drivers available for your use.
  6. with this build im using a Gigabyte P55-USB3, im guessing on the stock drivers since i havent updated anything.
  7. Go to Gigabyte's website and get the latest drivers for your devices. You can also go directly to and to get more current generic drivers. It may help with stability.

    Link is here for 32-bit Win 7 (change as needed for 64-bit on the page itself):
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