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Random Driver Crashes

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by NTRLFuego, Apr 7, 2019.

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  1. NTRLFuego

    NTRLFuego Thread Starter

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    My comuter has been just blanking out to random colors and been sitting there for 15 seconds to a minute and I don’t know why. It happens whether I’m playing a game or if my pc is idle doing nothing. It started a day after installing an M.2 Nvme.

    Asus Rog B450f
    Ryzen 5 2600 3.9ghz
    32gb 3000mhz @ 2933mhz Corsair Vengence
    MSI 2070 Gaming Z
    Corsair CX 750M
     
  2. NTRLFuego

    NTRLFuego Thread Starter

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    image.jpg image.jpg When ever it flashes to a different color the GPU spikes up
     
  3. lynx1021

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    You may need to go back in and check all your power connections and reseat your GPU, working in the case may have bumped something loose. Is your M2 your boot drive, was it cloned or fresh install?
     
  4. NTRLFuego

    NTRLFuego Thread Starter

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    I forgot to update. So I did reseat my GPU and I took the time to Loosen the screw of the M.2 and made sure it was pushed in all the way. And I went back 2 major driver updates to NVidia. I’m sure the the PCIE slot wasn’t the problem. I actually think the M.2 wasn’t s all the way in and/or it was too tight in.
     
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