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Edited by Mange on April 24, 2014 8:26AM #5 April 2014 0 Quote Mange ✭✭ Also one thing I feel I should mention, I've had Overwolf for months and played many I will check my drivers in the mean time. My older Intel SSD passed with flying colors. The keyboard never gave me any issues till now, although I did get a new one under RMA for another issue. http://sortpictures.net/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-flash-based-game.html

WOT and Spotify conflict? It was almost always people with Dell XPS computers, but you would also see a random selection of homebuilt stuff in there too. BSOD Problems when playing game in BSOD Crashes and Debugging Hello tenforums, I've been using these settings for a couple of years and never had any trouble with it. Updating Graphics Driver AMD Switchable graphics menu is gone in windows 10... https://www.tenforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/59140-bsod-playing-game-eso.html

Glad you're having some luck tracking it down. #18 Markbnj, Apr 12, 2014 zylander Platinum Member Joined: Aug 25, 2002 Messages: 2,492 Likes Received: 0 Well I was successfully able For me, it was my keyboard drivers .. Sign up for free!

Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Own build OS: Windows 10 CPU: AMD FX 6300 six core Motherboard: MSI 970 Gaming Memory: 2 x 8 mb Graphics Card: Asus R7 370 My temporary fix is to restart my computer immediately after a ESO crash to avoid the blue screen. The only other thing that happened right before I started having this issue was windows updates. http://www.zdnet.com/blog/computers/is-starcraft-ii-bad-for-your-graphics-card/3454 You clearly did a search, how did you miss the very first url that pops up on google?

Edited by Mange on April 24, 2014 8:32AM #6 April 2014 0 Quote Raif ✭✭✭ That would be because currently, ESO is not supported. In layman's terms, in a nutshell, when software dynamically allocates memory and then releases it, over time available memory becomes lessand less. It generally gives a different error message each time. Never had a BSOD or lock-up, never noticed any "gradual performance degradation" over time.

How much memory do you have? Star Trek Online - Best Free MMORPG of 20120 carpal InHell, TXPosts: 99Member Uncommon April 2014 Update your vid card (although that can be risky), but if your already having issues...I Even though the error doesn't really point to it, ESO could be running external applications during an installation related to network that the other games wouldn't. All I can say from the screenie is that it is a 1e stop code, so unhandled kernel exception, and the exception was an access violation (c0000005).

Software development teams that are overstressed on their budgets tend to not have those very senior and experienced engineers (we're expensive) that are needed to preclude these types of problems. https://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/342563-bsod-playing-elder-scrolls-online.html Even if coding is otherwise perfect, allocated memory that is released back to the operating system doesn't immediately become available for reallocation. EDIT: Typos. Try to write these down and it will at least point you in the right direction via google 0 Yoda_Clone Harker Heights, TXPosts: 219Member April 2014 Originally posted by movros99 Interesting

Trademarks are the property of their respective owner. browse this site Other noteworthy symptoms include graphical degradation in game, pixels become blockier, sometimes icons for loot items are not present in loot window, textures disappear, NPCs become a pinkish/purple sometimes just the Yet, when you first log in, performance is just fine. Then downloaded the digital copy online and got the blue screen as well.

The memory fragmentation problem is worsened by that wonderful piece of crap called MS Windows. That is apparent from the degradation in performance of ESO over time if you play for more than a couple of hours. See what's new and coming A Reddit community dedicated to The Elder Scrolls Online, an MMO developed by Zenimax Online. read this article It doesn't really make a difference because you're dead either way.0 Nitth AustraliaPosts: 3,903Member Uncommon April 2014 Originally posted by Yoda_CloneESO doesn't have a "memory leak" per se.  It has severe memory

Links Official Elder Scrolls Online Official Forums Official Facebook Official Twitter Official Twitch ESO Subreddits /r/ESOGuilds /r/ESOBuilds /r/ESOTULFG /r/ESOBay /r/ESOBiteMe /r/ESOCribs Helpful Links Subreddit Rules New Player Tips Returning Players Survive If you do not understand what is causing this behavior, please contact us here. Thank you for the response.Good, sounds like it is fixed.I did get a BSOD after software update.

So confirms that it was a ram issue.

There has to be something there that's not quite right for the newer GeForce drivers. Have you watched the game gradually turn into a PowerPoint slide show in towns and PvP hot spots? I have had two so far this week and only during gameplay. Using a clock on the side, not your start time and how long it takes for performance to degrade.

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start with running an extensive memmory test after that...... The last time it crashed, before the blue screen popped up, the desktop was available for moments and I noticed that the ESO launcher said "install" where the "Play" button was lost cd writer upon win 10 install Permanently boot in "Disable Driver Signature Enfo... I was hoping ESO would have a "recommended" video card version with Nvidia and AMD, like most other mature games do.

My computer had never experienced a BSOD before. Whenever crossfire is enabled I blue screen within seconds of playing ESO.