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constant crashes while gaming

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  1. doronalan24

    doronalan24 Thread Starter

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    hello,

    i've been getting a crash on my computer within minutes of running certain games on their own, and within about half an hour of playing certain other games while skyping.
    the crash i get is: SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION

    Things I've tried:
    reinstalling windows
    reinstalling drivers
    turning off overclocking
    installing drivers for GPU through provided CD
    dusting computer
    using memtest86 to check RAM, no problems

    speccy link: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/aD33zxsCz1JHXaFyfY0HMSG
    bluescreenview crash info: http://i.gyazo.com/569ec4826b7a459382a9e0b487da090a.png

    thanks for reading, i hope for help as soon as possible!
     
  2. dustyjay

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    Please also pot the exact Manufacturer and model number, Wattage and Amperage on the +12vdc Rail(s) of your power supply.
     
  3. doronalan24

    doronalan24 Thread Starter

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    Rosewill 630 watt green series 80 plus power supply
    Single 12V rail
    not sure about amperage
     
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    I'm guessing you have a Rosewill RG630-S12 Green Series 630 watt power supply.

    It appears it puts out 50 amps on the 12-volt rail.

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  5. yo94iikei

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    "This error has been linked to excessive paged pool usage and may occur due to user-mode graphics drivers crossing over and passing bad data to the kernel code."

    ?

    I guess you could try using the last known most stable update for your GPU drivers(check the manufacturer forums i guess for info on this), and disable any desktop control suites add/ons to check that as well....also i always had better luck when i had "let the app" decide the graphics settings.

    The other suspicion is that its possible one of the windows fixes/updates is causing the issue in conjunction with the gpu drivers, in which case not a lot you can do i suppose except wait for windows or your driver manufacturer to address it.

    the other thing id consider if you havent, is heat issues, and your comps settings concerning this...

    not posturing as a expert here, just i used to build my own pcs and would run into issues like sometimes and usually it was one of the 3 listed above.
     
  6. doronalan24

    doronalan24 Thread Starter

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    I'm 100% positive that I have the most recent drivers for my GPU. also, these crashes occur within 2 minutes of starting grand theft auto 5, i doubt that's enough time for the temperature to get to critical levels.
     
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