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BSOD on launch

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Irishhawk
11.22.2012 , 03:29 AM | #1
Havn't played in awhile, just got back. Patch the launch and hit play then BOOM PAGE ERROR ON NONPAGED AREA

Ive run diagonistcs on my hardware already. So here's the DxDiag files

https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B7V...lhXaFRKVnE5T2s

https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B7V...FdmdUlDOS1saU0

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Beruthien
11.22.2012 , 03:32 AM | #2 Click here to go to the next staff post in this thread. Next  
Greetings Irishhawk,

As a first thing I would recommend doing a clean install of your graphic card drivers. Please download the latest drivers for your card, uninstall the current drivers and then run the installation for the most recent drivers.

Please come back to us if the issue remains.

Thank you!
Beruthien| BioWare Customer Service – Forum Support

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Irishhawk
11.22.2012 , 03:50 AM | #3
Installed drivers, issue remains

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Beruthien
11.22.2012 , 03:55 AM | #4 This is the last staff post in this thread.  
Greetings Irishhawk,

I know you mentioned that you have check your hardware already, BSOD are generally caused by hardware or driver related issues.

It would also seem that any "PAGE" related error messages indicate an issue with your computers memory. Could you please run Memtest86+ at least 6 times to check for any errors?

Thank you!
Beruthien| BioWare Customer Service – Forum Support

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Irishhawk
11.22.2012 , 04:23 AM | #5
ok ive tried, i have NO idea how to use this damn thing!

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Irishhawk
11.22.2012 , 04:32 PM | #6
OK so is that it? No more assitance?

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morfius
11.23.2012 , 05:33 AM | #7
Remove - auto restart from advanced option of your PC properties tab... when BSOD - shot it with your phone or wrote on paper 0x0????????????? (???????????????????????????) part of the message.
Then post it here...
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Irishhawk
11.23.2012 , 08:08 PM | #8
0x00000050 (0xffffffffffdb814c, 0x0000000000000000, 0xfffff800030f5b38, 0x0000000000000000)

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GrizzlyUK
11.23.2012 , 08:46 PM | #9
I use a program called WhoCrashed which can analyze the crash dump report and show you which driver caused the crash.

Do take notice of the following though:
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Note that WhoCrashed cannot always be exactly sure about the root cause of a system crash. Because all kernel modules run in the same address space, any driver or other kernel module can potentially corrupt another. Also, any driver may be able to cause problems to any other driver which runs in the same device stack. This is to say this software is not guaranteed to identify the culprit in every scenario.
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Irishhawk
11.24.2012 , 02:05 AM | #10
That did it. If found a bad driver, Displaylink Core Software. Removed the driver, game booted up without issue. Thanks.