Windows 10: BSoD while playing black desert online
BSoD while playing black desert online
I have been having this crash happen for a while. I have replaced my harddrive as well as replaced my hdd. After replacing my hdd and my video card it seemed to work for a while with no problems playing games like world of warcraft, but the first time I tried to play black desert online again the BSoD happened again after playing for a short time.
When it happens I am usually streaming music and in a voice chat program like mumble or skype. The screen goes BSoD but I can still hear the voice chat as well as the music I am streaming. I then hard shutdown my system and repower up and everything usually works fine until next time i try to play black desert online.
Please help? i have fallen in love with having 2 monitors and would love to get this fixed.
Hello Androx and welcome to the TenForums
I have had a preliminary look at your files but as there are no memory dump files included it is not possible to analyse the BSOD event. Can you verify that you have your PC setup to record the memory dumps? Please check the following tutorial which explains how to do this: BSOD Minidump - Configure to Create in Windows 10
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