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Normally I have the fans forced to around 80% constantly. In most cases it looks like the settings are being decreased and I see where they want me to turn off hardware sound from the sound card. It worked for me. Once you've clicked OK (etc.) and you're back out. navigate here

When all fails, try it again. I did set my max frame rate to 57 like they suggested, maybe that might help the crash. solved Random Laggin in every game solved Random shutdown when Gaming (Boots backup right away) solved Random performance drop (low fps, games and video) until restart. If it works though I will be excited!

Check that the latest drivers are installed: Ensure the latest core drivers, such as those used by your chipset and graphics card, are up-to-date. That's not possible, it just doesn't make sense. Try this. . . MaximumFrameRate=57 ).

  1. Lotro's repair function: Run the launcher.
  2. Jun 27 2012,01:26 PM #6 Maldorf1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date Jun 2012 Posts 26 Bump for more feedback Jun 27 2012,05:18 PM #7 SalionOfBrothers
  3. Now the new beta no longer has that terrible hiss.
  4. I am sorry my priorities do not include keeping track of trivia such as who made the power supply.
  5. I play Minecraft, ArmA 2, Battlefield 3, Skyrim, Dead Island, etc.
  6. I'm also happy about that because it would be unfixable (by me).
  7. This will provide 3D positioning effects, but in my own opinion that is not as good as the real EAX developped by Creative and Turbine.
  8. Please perform the steps outlined below: Click on the Windows "Start" button.
  9. Can I also have the official changelog ?
  10. Jun 28 2012,08:52 PM #14 Maldorf1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date Jun 2012 Posts 26 Originally Posted by nikil Bingo!

http://support.creative.com/downloads/download.aspx?nDownloadId=20? Then I installed the new one. I have the champion version. Anyway, I have been told by someone near Creative that the new driver will fix this long time issue.

This one sounds great IMO. I can't imagine that electromagnetic interference would vary from driver to driver. I tried the new beta driver but it causes a really bad hissing sound constantly. http://newwikipost.org/topic/ouia3cAIaCk68gLyO2GoLwMJQkNQGwL2/BSOD-Brand-New-Machine-BSOD-Happens-While-Playing-LotRO-An-MMO.html Basically it's:C: (OS) 200 GBD: Apps 265 GBG: Graphics (all my portfolio, photoshop stuff) 180GBH: Games 200 GBI: Multimedia 180 GBJ: Backup (extra leftover space) 200 GBSo again, my above question

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maldorf07-01-2012, 07:41 PMIt seems to be the card. official site I found the solution here somewhere that says all I needed to do was switch the launcher to english version even if it's already in english version. Must be the 2 together. I also disabled the creative driver for a few days and the game plays just fine so it is something faulty with either the game or the sound driver.

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Here is what the devs emailed me today, and they do ask that I turn off the hardware rendered sound: "Greetings , Thank you for contacting Turbine Technical Support. Kok-Choy-XCL-09-02-2011, 11:59 AMI am afraid I do not have a immediate solution for this. I reinstalled drivers and such and it went away. http://myscribr.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-playing-games-using-heavy-cfd-stuff.html There is now a beta driver from Creative that fixes the issue.

Link to the othe site where you will find plenty of info: http://forums.lotro.com/showthread.php?460954-Blue-Screen-crashes-when-playing-LOTRO Here is the page on Creative's site for the beta driver that seems to help most but has It produced sound, but when I ran it on Witcher it was producing a terrible hissing sound. Looks like the problem is that Windows only gives 2 GB RAM to the game by default.

Not sure what I am going to do.

Anyone know if LOTRO could be causing the issue, or at least making the problem worse than it otherwise would be if I wasn't playing a game (but rather just doing Well as I've said--it's pretty difficult to try and put into words really. I was running a driver from July 200 and upgraded to the new beta driver from this year but I am still getting BSOD. I also forgot I had an external WD that one of the pin's for the power bent and broke so instead of buying a new power supply, I figured I had

Since I have 2 cards in SLI there isnt much free room in there and the only slot open for the sound card is right on top of the video card. Warning: JavaScript is required for some functionalities of this page. Somebody suggest to change my lotro audio settings from: SB X-Fi Audio to Generic Software on speakers (Creative SB X-Fi) Every so often it auto changes back and I start crashing weblink Tried last night, and my PC just wouldn't run any games.

As I have said the people at the windows 7 forums found this within the crash dump files I posted and there have been numerous problems with creative sound cards and Even Creative's newer ones are said to be inferior to the x-fi. I downloaded the beta driver from their site: http://support.creative.com/download...ype=11#type_11 I installed the beta driver from 12/11 File Name : XFTI_PCDRVBETA_US_2_17_0008C.e xe I was sure to remove all the old programs and It seems I get BSOD when I enter a building which is instanced.

Like so. . . I havent played it much since the problem happened. right-click the audio icon in the system tray (lower-right corner next to clock).choose "playback devices."right-click "Speakers" and choose properties (yes, even though you're using SPDIF OUT, we want "speakers" here. I will try these changes and see if it helps with the problem.

I think I am going to spend another hour testing this more! It really does make a difference when you have the computer hooked up to a decent reciever or amp. Some companies write very poor device drivers. Yes, I tried each of the two cards in solo mode.I tried reducing my RAM speed down as low as 1333 MHz and 1033 MHz, instead of the 1600 MHz it

Like so. . . Like you said, at least it's a clean slate to work from and make sure my issues aren't software based. Did notice the fans I'm assuming on the gpu did go faster, but that's weird. If this fixes the issue, try Direct x11, but uncheck the following two Lord of the Rings Online in-game options: "Options > Graphics > Advanced post processing effects" "Options > Graphics

The old one sounds great. Hopefully this will resolve the problems with LOTRO and I will no longer get the bsods! Maybe it didnt work for me because I am using the digital out through fiber optic to a reciever?

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