Windows 10: BSOD When playing Games error 0xc00000e9

  1.    16 Mar 2018 #1

    BSOD When playing Games error 0xc00000e9


    Hi All

    I have been getting BSOD when playing games such as Pubg and The Division. It only crashes when playing games and then BSOD 0x00000e9 error, on reboot does not find any device, I then have to restart a few times for it to boot as normal. I have swapped the Graphics card, checked RAM and drives to no avail!!!!!! any help would be greatfully appreciated as I'm at a bit of a loss , be gentle with me!!!!!

    Cheers

    Jimbers
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    Windows 10 Pro
       19 Mar 2018 #2

    Hi jimbers,

    Please refrain from using excessive punctuations, the only thing it gets you is people refraining to help because unnecessary punctuations are very annoying. The way I see excessive exclamation marks is when you're trying to make a statement in a very angry way, much more than you probably are, though I do understand the frustration.

    How did you check the drives and RAM, currently it looks like everything points to the drive, but if you tested it and can tell me how, there's possibly more going on.
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