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Counter strike source crash to blue screen

Post by emelikesu on Sat 03 May 2014, 18:39

Hi! i have started to play css again, but this time i want to know how i can fix my problem.

It started to crash just to the desktop but now i has started to crash to a blue screen with some text and shut down the computer. 
I have tried to search for an answer but all i find is like 5 years old and don't work?  Help 

Hope its okay to post it in this part of the forum! Smile & Excuse me for my bad English haha!
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Re: Counter strike source crash to blue screen

Post by The_gh0stm4n on Sat 03 May 2014, 18:52

@emelikesu wrote:Hi! i have started to play css again, but this time i want to know how i can fix my problem.

It started to crash just to the desktop but now i has started to crash to a blue screen with some text and shut down the computer. 
I have tried to search for an answer but all i find is like 5 years old and don't work?  Help 

Hope its okay to post it in this part of the forum! Smile & Excuse me for my bad English haha!

Hello,

When the bluescreen shows up, you'll see a "code" starting with 0x0000... now if you could memorize the last 3 numbers/letters of that code, it could tell a lot. Or if you have Windows Vista/7/8, after you get a bluescreen, you should get a window (on the desktop !) after the re-boot, showing you some information about "BCCode" and other stuff. Alternatively, you could make a screenshot of that window.

Other than that, do you have the same issue with other games/applications too ? 
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Re: Counter strike source crash to blue screen

Post by emelikesu on Sat 03 May 2014, 18:57

Thank you for your answer! I'm going in and test to play and coming back with what i get!

I have some major problem that The sims 3 stops working, but thas it i think!


EDIT: Ok, i got the blue screen but there's was no chance that i could get a chance what i said, it was there for like 2 seconds. 

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
  OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
  Locale ID: 1053

Additional information about the problem:
  BCCode: 116
  BCP1: 8668E008
  BCP2: 92359E08
  BCP3: 00000000
  BCP4: 00000002

Dont know what this numbers is, if its like bad for me to share ( i dont know) Haha tell me so i can delete it! Shocked  Facepalm 
Theres some more numbers i the window.
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Re: Counter strike source crash to blue screen

Post by The_gh0stm4n on Sat 03 May 2014, 19:46

@emelikesu wrote:Thank you for your answer! I'm going in and test to play and coming back with what i get!

I have some major problem that The sims 3 stops working, but thas it i think!


EDIT: Ok, i got the blue screen but there's was no chance that i could get a chance what i said, it was there for like 2 seconds. 

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
  OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
  Locale ID: 1053

Additional information about the problem:
  BCCode: 116
  BCP1: 8668E008
  BCP2: 92359E08
  BCP3: 00000000
  BCP4: 00000002

Dont know what this numbers is, if its like bad for me to share ( i dont know) Haha tell me so i can delete it! Shocked  Facepalm 
Theres some more numbers i the window.


No, these numbers are OK, no need to "censor" anything.

The BCCode 116 is a really nasty one though. pale  I had that one myself, and it usually indicates that something is wrong with your graphics card. In rare cases, you can fix this by properly un-installing your graphics card driver, and re-installing it. Or, by un-installing the driver, and installing an EARLIER version. Did you by any chance update your driver recently, before this happened ? Or: if your drivers are old, can you try updating them ?

I'm sorry to tell that, but in most cases however, this indicates hardware damage, again, to your graphics card. Do you still have warranty on your computer or graphics card ? If so, you could have it replaced.

When I had that issue, I actually managed to fix the graphics card (temporarily ?), and I wanted to make a topic on this here, with photos on how to do that. But there is no use starting to explain to you how to do this here, without pictures. And..there are certain "risks" involved in that too. geek 


In your case, if you want to give it a try, I can guide you through un-installing and re-installing the drivers, but most likely, this won't help. Another issue is that with this error, you probably won't be able to do much else with the computer. When I had that error back then, I was still able to "start" the computer, but after a while, it shut itself off completely.

Until I make that topic on here (which can take a while, since I'm currently on an extended trip), I can only suggest that you immediately back up all your important files on that computer, and again, if you want, you could try a clean driver install.


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There is no 100% guarantee though that the solution I have in mind ("fixing" the graphics card) works for everybody and in all cases. So if all fails, you'll have to order a new card. It did work for me, but it may not work for you.
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