Windows 10: Random faults, mostly when running multiple applications

  1.    03 Aug 2015 #1

    Random faults, mostly when running multiple applications


    I have a dual monitor setup, so often I'll be gaming on one and watching videos or reading something on the other. The faults, which are almost never the same, only seem to occur when I'm playing some sort of game and have Firefox open. The specific game doesn't seems to matter, it's happened on Steam games, Battlenet games.

    I've checked for malware, cleaned out temporary files, checked for driver updates, ran system file checker, checked for hard drive corruption, and checked for RAM corruption, nothing came back with issues and nothing seemed to fix the problem.
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  2.    03 Aug 2015 #2

    Is your firefox up-to-date?
    How many memory modules do you have inserted in your system? How many RAM?
    Check your BIOS settings for video settings.
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  3.    03 Aug 2015 #3

    tglavas said: View Post
    Is your firefox up-to-date?
    How many memory modules do you have inserted in your system? How many RAM?
    Check your BIOS settings for video settings.
    Firefox is up to date. I've got four 8GB sticks of G.Skill RAM. The video settings in my BIOS are set for my PCI graphics card. I've got an MSI 390X powering two 1440p monitors.

    I've had some issues with the Killer Network Manager in the past when using 8.1, I just updated it to the newest version so I'll see if that helps any of my problems.
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