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Old 10-02-2007, 07:15 PM   #1
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Default ati toold causes bsod ???

im trying to overclock my 8800gts using ati tool but when i click the find max core button i get bsod why ???
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Default Re: ati toold causes bsod ???

Could we have more details about the BSOD,The error for instance.
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Default Re: ati toold causes bsod ???

how do i get that info lol
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Default Re: ati toold causes bsod ???

im not gettin a bsod now my screen goes off and on and i get a popup saying display driver stoped responding and has recovered ??
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Default Re: ati toold causes bsod ???

Hmm,Are the drivers up to date?

Next time you do get a BSOD,Just write down what it says and then post it here.
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Old 10-02-2007, 09:02 PM   #6
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Default Re: ati toold causes bsod ???

yeh newest ones

dosnt it save the bsod in a log or anythin ?
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Uh just read what it says and tell us
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well u shud try and oc slowly...
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Default Re: ati toold causes bsod ???

Finding the Max Core/Mem does overclock it slowly.

I've heard this happening.

Go to the ATI Tool site and try another revision.

The BETA for example may not be the most stable of versions, obviously, so try the one below.
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