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  1. cumbom New Member

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    and dxdiag and let me know why my computer hates me? :D

    Minidump
    DxDiag

    Its driving me nuts!


    e5300 @ 2.60ghx Duo Core
    XFX n750i
    6GB OCZ
    EVGA GeForce 8800 GT 512mb
    WD 1TB 7200rpm
    650w
    Win 7 64 Ultimate
     
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    What's the problem?
     
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    Yes please provide as much information as possible about the problem you are having when creating a new thread. It's hard to figure out what you need from logs.
     
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    Ok so I just crashed again. It is while playing Star trek online. This time it had something to do with dxgmms1.sys

    Windows 7 64
    8800 GT
    2.60ghz dual core 2

    I don't know what else you need to know.

    Here is the new minidump.
     
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    Turn down the video setting in the in game options and make sure you are playing at your monitors native resolution. STOL will crash your GPU in certain situations if the settings are too high.
     
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  6. cumbom New Member

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    I'll give that a try.
     
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    Well tried that, but it didn't work. I got this new minidump.

    This time it was some sort of page fault error.
     
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    Last minidump tells about BSOD in nvstor64.sys and something about USBPORT.sys
    The one before says about dxgmms1.sys.

    So update your chipset drivers, video drivers, sound drivers, keep Windows up to date, install latest DX redistributable and you can try a MB BIOS update.
    What USB devices do you have?
     
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    Ok so far I did the video card, sound card and chipset drivers. I'll do the DX and MB.... USB Devices: Brother printer, x360 controller, Sidewinder x8 mouse and sidewinder x6 keyboard and lifecam.

    Thanks for the help so far.
     
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    maybe it might be time for a full format and reinstall of OS when you get time to back everything up
     
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    I actually had just done that on the 31st. I had blue screens prior to this fresh installation but all indications were that it had to do with disk errors. I ran seatools and found that my Hard Drive was toast and bought a WD and reinstalled everything. I thought I was home free until I started getting these errors.

    I have so far updated my bios and directx... I will try STO in a little while.
     
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    his card made the bsod i get that when i bench if there cards are not stable
     
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    Do you think I may need a new video card?
     
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    Ok so here is the latest minidump. I think its time for a new video card. I can't see what else it could be.
     
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    Could you fill in your system specs on the usercp at the top of the page too please :)
     
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    done and done :D
     
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    make sure you put yes to show your specs ;)
     
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    I think you need to check if this is on yes and not no.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Whoops. Changed now.
     
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    do you know the model of your psu ?
     
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    Im going to take a shot here and say gfx or psu. GFX being the first I would check. Do you have a backup card laying around to throw in?
     
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    I'm gonna go buy a gf220 right now. I can always return it if the problem persists. I'll let you know what happens. Thanks everyone for all the help.
     
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    Well I didn't end up buying a new video card because someone pointed out to me that nvstor.sys is a storage driver and I am worried that it might be my motherboard and not my video card. I reinstalled windows 7 yesterday and updated it with all the newest drivers, but it is still happening.

    Here is a link to the most recent minidumps.

    Should I bother with a new video card or just start looking for a new motherboard?
     
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    you dont have a old card you could use or someone could let you try out ?
     
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