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ATi Radeon Mobility HD 3650 & WoW Bluescreen

So i am having an issue since following this thread:

Re: ATi Mobility Catalyst 11.9 Display Drivers For Notebooks
ATi Mobility Catalyst 11.9 Display Drivers For Notebooks (28/09/2011)

I had just previous to this reformatted and re-installed vista on my laptop. So this was a clean install of all the software and drivers outlined in the thread.

My issue is that now when i load WoW my system goes straight to a blue screen and restarts. I have been able to once load the game up without an issue and the graphics were awesome while it worked, comparable to my gaming system at home. Previous to this before i reformatted i could play WoW without an issue but the graphics were truly horrible and the fps was in since digits.

I cant actually lower any graphics in WoW itself anymore, i think the game automatically detects what the best settings are. Most of them are actually on low or moderate anyway.

I know that my system is meant for playing games, I just like to this laptop for a few games when i eed to waste time in between lectures etc.

So does anyone have any advice at to what i can do to fix the bluescreen?

System info:
Toshiba Satellite P300
Vista ultimate 32bit
direct x 11
intel core 2 duo : T9300 @ 2.5Ghz
3Gb ram (for some reason there is actually 4gb installed although 32bit cant use it all)
ATI Radeon Mobility HD 3650 (Catalyst 11.9 installed)

Thankyou in advance.
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    evio said:
    So i am having an issue since following this thread:

    Re: ATi Mobility Catalyst 11.9 Display Drivers For Notebooks
    ATi Mobility Catalyst 11.9 Display Drivers For Notebooks (28/09/2011)

    I had just previous to this reformatted and re-installed vista on my laptop. So this was a clean install of all the software and drivers outlined in the thread.

    My issue is that now when i load WoW my system goes straight to a blue screen and restarts. I have been able to once load the game up without an issue and the graphics were awesome while it worked, comparable to my gaming system at home. Previous to this before i reformatted i could play WoW without an issue but the graphics were truly horrible and the fps was in since digits.

    I cant actually lower any graphics in WoW itself anymore, i think the game automatically detects what the best settings are. Most of them are actually on low or moderate anyway.

    I know that my system is meant for playing games, I just like to this laptop for a few games when i eed to waste time in between lectures etc.

    So does anyone have any advice at to what i can do to fix the bluescreen?

    System info:
    Toshiba Satellite P300
    Vista ultimate 32bit
    direct x 11
    intel core 2 duo : T9300 @ 2.5Ghz
    3Gb ram (for some reason there is actually 4gb installed although 32bit cant use it all)
    ATI Radeon Mobility HD 3650 (Catalyst 11.9 installed)

    Thankyou in advance.

    Please download this
    http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/bluescreenview_setup.exe

    Install it

    run the executable file - BlueScreenView.exe
    After running BlueScreenView, it automatically scans your MiniDump folder and display all crash details in the upper pane.


    It will look almost like this


    Now give me the file names showing in red
  2. Thankyou for responding.

    So the files in red are:

    fltmgr.sys
    Ntfs.sys
    ntkrnlpa.exe
  3. Update: I ran a chdsk, after which i was able to load WoW and was in the game for about 5min. My toon sat in one spot for 5min, so there was no new content apart from the stuff i loaded into in the first place. But then i just bluescreened again for no apparent reason, there was no loading or anything.
  4. bump out of desperation..
  5. Fixed the issue by doing a clean install of WoW.

    Couldn't of done it without you guys.... useless.
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