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Battlefield 4 BSOD

dudes552
NL Enlisted: 2011-10-27
2013-12-09 19:56 , edited 2013-12-09 19:58 by dudes552
Hello battlefield fans,

BF4 is causing constant BSOD crashes all over the time. This issue is starting to get really frustrating and im sure it's battlefield 4 thats causing the problem.
I tried many things already, like reseating CPU/RAM. Also no errors with testing RAM. Other games runs fine though.

My specs are: FX8350 @4.00GHZ (not overclocked)
SSD evo 840 250GB SAMSUNG
20GB ddr3 1600Mhz (not overclocked)
MSI AM3+ 990FXA-GD80 Mainboard
Windows 8.1 64Bit
GTX 680 SLI (forgot this one lol)

Also, the BSOD are really random, so every crash blaming different hardware/drivers.
DnBKinG
GB Enlisted: 2011-10-25
2013-12-09 19:58
yeah i get the same thing, i thought it might be Nvidia Drivers!
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kiltedj
GB Enlisted: 2013-10-04
2013-12-09 20:02
I had a similar issue on windows 8. Machine would reboot itself during map change. Happens in the strangest way. I usually run the game on auto graphic settings which is a mix of high and medium. I change the graphic settings down to medium to squeeze out a few more fps and it reboots my machine during a map change.... Stick the settings back to auto which is a higher setting and it's stable with between 50 + 60 fps so not overly bothered, just thought it was weird. So the moral of the story is check your graphic settings :-)
nTypeLucky
GB Enlisted: 2011-10-31
2013-12-09 20:05
BSOD are system driver crashes - in my experience Nvidia only
dudes552
NL Enlisted: 2011-10-27
2013-12-09 20:10 , edited 2013-12-09 21:17 by dudes552
I reinstalled the drivers and even did a fresh install of Windows and it still did not work. Also alot of reinstalling bf4, also on different hard drivers. Changed bios version, and so on...None of them worked out. Also it does not matter wich graphics level i use in-game. Changing it to medium does nothing but lower the graphics quality.
nTypeLucky
GB Enlisted: 2011-10-31
2013-12-09 21:28 , edited 2013-12-09 21:30 by nTypeLucky
The driver is crashing for you, try another driver rather than re install the same one

AMD beta driver works for me, not sure about Nvidia anymore ;)
JesusChrist454
US Enlisted: 2011-10-30
2013-12-09 21:42
dudes552 said:
I reinstalled the drivers and even did a fresh install of Windows and it still did not work. Also alot of reinstalling bf4, also on different hard drivers. Changed bios version, and so on...None of them worked out. Also it does not matter wich graphics level i use in-game. Changing it to medium does nothing but lower the graphics quality.


First thing you have to do is identify what's causing the BSOD. Download a program like Blue Screen View or something similar that can read dump files. Every time you get a BSOD a log file is made containing info on what driver caused the crash.

Your log files (by default) are located in C:\Windows\Minidump

Here is the Blue Screen View site. The download link is near the bottom of the page.

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html [nirsoft.net]

If you need any help with it, let me know. Once you see which drivers are causing the errors, post em' up on here and we'll tell you your problem.
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badkarma11
US Enlisted: 2012-06-23
2013-12-09 21:44
Do you get BSODs in other situations as well, or only Origin/BF4 (BF3 for example...)
Two wrongs don't make a right, but three lefts do.
dudes552
NL Enlisted: 2011-10-27
2013-12-09 22:32 , edited 2013-12-23 19:29 by dudes552
Thanks Jezus Christ that program you send could be the golden key i need. Tomorrow i am going to figure out what the problem is. If that wont work i am going to post de .minidumps here.

@Badkarma untill now its only BF4. I can use my PC normally whitout BSOD and other games runs fine. When i start BF4 it wont take long untill the BSOD appear again.

Update: The BSOD seems to be fixed. I reinstalled the drivers and enabled all CPU cores and all memory in Windows in system configuration. That seemes to fix the BSOD in BF4. Also it may be a combination with Skype. When chatting in Skype while playing BF4 may also create a BSOD. Not sure yet.

Update 2: After the last update the BSOD came back. Now the problem is truly gone. I figured out my Realtek LAN drivers were outdated. After installing the new realtek drivers the BSOD are dissapeared once again. I hope for good now....
 
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