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HELP! PC Freezes After AMD Update.

Hello!

My pc has been working so fine, until yesterday when I reinstalled my AMD Radeon HD6870 Driver.
Since then I've been having a lot of problems:

- White lines on the screen that sometimes appear when booting pc, starting after the windows loading logon. they never move or disepear
- The pc completly freezes when starting a game by seconds, no matter which game even Window's Chess Titans.

I need the pc to continue studying before the next week exams,
Please help me,
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  1. Revert to a previous stable AMD driver like 12.10 or 12.8.
  2. rene13cross said:
    Revert to a previous stable AMD driver like 12.10 or 12.8.

    Thanks for replying,

    - I have completly uninstalled amd drivers and reinstalled the latest one again, but I was still having the same problem
    - Uninstalled again and tried the original ones that came in the card's cd, but was still having the same problem.

    Please help :(
  3. Hello

    I have tried too many things to fix my problem but no luck:

    - Formatted my pc then installed a fresh new windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, was running fine, until I installed the amd catalyst and the problem started happening again.

    - I made a stress test to see if the problem is caused by overheating, by opening four fullhdmovies at the same time and leaving them playing for a while.
    The card temperature and fan speed were both normal

    - Started a heavy browser flash-based game and played it for around an hour, had no issue.

    So I'm now kind of assured that the problem is not hardware related but software, but why wasn't it fixed after reinstalling windows and making a clean drivers installation.

    Please help!
  4. Best answer
    Sounds like a hardware problem to me. Have you tried reseating the graphics card? Also, post complete PC specs including CPU, RAM, Motherboard, Graphics card, HDD, SSD(if any), and especially the PSU make, model, wattage and available current on the 12v rail. It could be that your PSU is getting weak.
  5. JKatwyopc said:
    Sounds like a hardware problem to me. Have you tried reseating the graphics card? Also, post complete PC specs including CPU, RAM, Motherboard, Graphics card, HDD, SSD(if any), and especially the PSU make, model, wattage and available current on the 12v rail. It could be that your PSU is getting weak.


    Hello

    No I did not try to reset my graphics card as I don't know how to do that.

    My system specifications:

    Cpu: i5-2500k
    Gpu: AMD Radeon HD6870
    Mb: ASUS P8H61-M LE
    Psu: CM GX650W
    Ram: 2x2Gb DDR3 1333mhz
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1Tb 1000rpm. (not sure)
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