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Rendering problem?

I'm rendering a 10minute clip through sony vegas in 6mb/s 720p, it will randomly stop at any amount and i'll get a message saying "Display driver AMD has stopped working but has successfully recovered" but the rendering won't render any further, is this a graphics card issue?

Specs:
-AMD Phenom || x4 965
-8GB ddr3 RAM
-AMD Radeon 7770 GPU
-400w 80+ certified power supply
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  1. No, it's probably a process that has a higher priority interrupting the video.
  2. I had nothing else running, although I just managed to fix the problem.

    I had GPU accelerated processing on, which took 100% GPU usage and crashed it(I think)

    It's all good now.
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    soundguruman said:
    No, it's probably a process that has a higher priority interrupting the video.


    That won't happen. GPU drivers are run in the kernel so nothing can interrupt them.

    connor12312 said:
    I had nothing else running, although I just managed to fix the problem.

    I had GPU accelerated processing on, which took 100% GPU usage and crashed it(I think)

    It's all good now.


    GPU accelerated processing is nice but it's still a little buggy. Try updating your video drivers to see if they fixed whatever was causing the driver to crash.
  4. I just turned it off, I'm not even sure it makes a huge difference.

    I mean, I'm rather patient, I can wait a few extra minutes.

    Thanks for the reply though!

    Do you know where I can get the most recent drivers for AMD Radeon HD 7770?
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  6. connor12312 said:
    I just turned it off, I'm not even sure it makes a huge difference.

    I mean, I'm rather patient, I can wait a few extra minutes.

    Thanks for the reply though!

    Do you know where I can get the most recent drivers for AMD Radeon HD 7770?


    You're welcome. You can get the latest drivers here

    http://www2.ati.com/drivers/12-8_vista_win7_win8_64_dd_ccc.exe

    If that does not solve the problem you should do some research to see if it is a known software issue. If it is not a known software or driver issue it could point to a hardware flaw in your 7770 which may require a warranty replacement.
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