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dwarf1579
#11 Jan 6 2020 02:01pm
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Quote (King Atrhur @ Jan 5 2020 05:19am)
did you use ddu?
did you update the rest of the stuff as stated?
did you disable windows from over writing drivers?



Not yet... but hypothetically, let’s say these things didn’t work; what else could it be?
King Atrhur
#12 Jan 6 2020 02:04pm
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I'm not going to entertain such a question.
You continue to do what you want and nothing will get resolved.
This is a process and skipping steps or doing w/e you think is ideal is a waste of OUR time.
dwarf1579
#13 Jan 6 2020 02:23pm
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Quote (King Atrhur @ Jan 6 2020 03:04pm)
I'm not going to entertain such a question.
You continue to do what you want and nothing will get resolved.
This is a process and skipping steps or doing w/e you think is ideal is a waste of OUR time.


Alright, I'll give it a try when I'm home tonight

Edit: is there a certain order I should do for driver installation? Or it doesn’t matter

This post was edited by dwarf1579 on Jan 6 2020 02:28pm
King Atrhur
#14 Jan 6 2020 02:33pm
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No particular order

But disable windows ability to overwrite drivers first.
Then use ddu then install drivers.
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#15 Jan 6 2020 05:30pm
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Are you using any stat/fps overlay or monitoring program
dwarf1579
#16 Jan 6 2020 05:32pm
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Quote (King Atrhur @ Jan 6 2020 03:33pm)
No particular order

But disable windows ability to overwrite drivers first.
Then use ddu then install drivers.


So I just did it

Stopped windows from automatic driver updates
Got DDU
Went into Safe Mode
Ran DDU
Removed all AMD and Nvidia folders and etc
Went to AMD website and installed driver


I guess I'll have to wait and see if the problem happens again


Quote (yupitsmeh @ Jan 6 2020 06:30pm)
Are you using any stat/fps overlay or monitoring program



No I am not.

This post was edited by dwarf1579 on Jan 6 2020 05:32pm
dwarf1579
#17 Jan 9 2020 05:52pm
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Just an update. It was a good 3 days of it not happening, but it just happened again.

Is there a possibility of the fact that my GPU is getting fucked because of how shitty my other two monitors are VS my one good one??

Also, Sometimes when I’m only using 2 screens, and I turn on my third, my computer restarts itself

Edit:
Acer Nitro VG1
Samsung Syncmaster T220
ASUS VS247H

Those are my monitors that are being used right now

This post was edited by dwarf1579 on Jan 9 2020 05:58pm
King Atrhur
#18 Jan 9 2020 05:58pm
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Quote (dwarf1579 @ Jan 9 2020 06:52pm)
Just an update. It was a good 3 days of it not happening, but it just happened again.

Is there a possibility of the fact that my GPU is getting fucked because of how shitty my other two monitors are VS my one good one??


Shouldnt be related.
How did you disable wi Dow's driver updates?
Walk us through it so I know you did it right.

Can you check the windows event errors.
Also can you download and run blue screen viewer for us and post any errors it shows.
Its either amds shit drivers or hardware imo.
dwarf1579
#19 Jan 9 2020 06:42pm
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Quote (King Atrhur @ Jan 9 2020 06:58pm)
Shouldnt be related.
How did you disable wi Dow's driver updates?
Walk us through it so I know you did it right.

Can you check the windows event errors.
Also can you download and run blue screen viewer for us and post any errors it shows.
Its either amds shit drivers or hardware imo.


Followed these exact instructions off of google

Right click the Start button and select Control Panel.
Make your way to System and Security.
Click System.
Click Advanced system settings from the left sidebar.
Select the Hardware tab.
Press the Device Installation Settings button.
Choose No, and then press the Save Changes button.

Edit: I was told prior to buying this GPU that there were driver issues with it and that they will eventually fix it.
Could that simply be it? just an error on their part and I just have to wait until they get a fix?

Edit 2: I am currently in Windows event viewer. What exactly should I be looking for?

This post was edited by dwarf1579 on Jan 9 2020 06:49pm
King Atrhur
#20 Jan 9 2020 07:26pm
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1. Its highly plausible its driver related yes as your steps almost fixed it, least reduced it alot at least.

2. just ss it and post it here

same goes for blue screen viewer though with that one you need to highlight each error and ss em,
errors listed in top window details in bottom window.
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