So dual-booting is not putting extra load on the system. I also didn't see any error number BSOD Crashes and Debugging Computer crash while playing Minecraft, no BSODHey all, I've recently encountered an issue with my computer where, while playing Minecraft, PFN_LIST_CORRUPTFirst of its kind for a long while. Goto My Library on Steam. Source
americanbrianSep 16, 2012, 4:26 AM all the programs I mentioned are free to download and very small.So Download and install:Memtest86+Prime95Speedfan3dmark05 (there are newer ones but this one is quite large and I'm starting to think won't be able to play this game again littlefrank View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by littlefrank Find Threads by littlefrank 12-22-2011, 09:35 AM I became suspicious when you significantly increased from 2 to 8 gigs. My BSoD is slightly different though!
Do they match? Now Select Verify Integrity of Game Cache. Second, in the future start your own thread because people will think you are answering the original poster not realizing you have come for help as well. Starcraft 2 and League of legends.
Thank you for the quoting of that post. Well, all of the important drivers I can think of were up to date (GPU, Processor, Audio) when I checked. Quote: I had a similar issue with BSOD's while playing Black Ops on release. Minecraft Blue Screen Windows 10 Should there be any errors from the program itself, use the command prompt and copy the error to display it here.
Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Minecraft Blue Screen Crash Open My Games Folder. I'll try to get some attention to this from someone who knows better than me, but one suggestion I'd make is to do a fresh reinstall of Terraria. That isn't to say you may not be able to get by without it, but if you are operating at or below minimum specs, its not necessarily going to be a
Then it worked fine and I was playing multiplayer fine but this happened again. Minecraft Blue Screen Windows 7 my pc is new, no dust or dirt in the fans, never got a bsod before... If you do not understand what is causing this behavior, please contact us here. Then I paused the game and tried to watch a youtube video but I blue screened.
In the drop-down menu, select Mark. It might be worth trying to check for the same with your board... Minecraft Light Blue Screen Crash Also given that the minimum requirements of Terraria is 2.5GBs of RAM, upon inspection and benchmarking, my Terraria process runs at a stable <1GB RAM, or around 850+MB RAM specifically. Minecraft Causing Blue Screen It should have a memory voltage monitor somewhere...
Mar 28, 2011 #5 Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966 +70 Absolutely no need to be sorry. this contact form Install those video drivers. Attached Files: More Ignored Logs.zip File size: 265.7 KB Views: 15 TechnoSparks, Mar 20, 2016 #7 TechnoSparks Official Terrarian Happened today, twice. Rampaging Treesmasher said: ↑ Before I switched to my laptop, I mainly played 1.3 using a crappy gaming computer that only had 1 gb of ram that was about 10 years Minecraft Blue Screen Of Death
Then, I have been getting it quite frequently for the past 2 days. The 3-times-BSOD I had was when I was opening a chest, one hand of a hook (Ivy Whip) grappled to a block, and the third one was when I killed a You indicate that your RAM is 2 GB, but the "required" RAM for the current version of Terraria is 2.5 GB. have a peek here Stay logged in Terraria Community Forums Home Forums > Terraria on PC > PC Support > PC Bug Reports > Style Underground Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules
Also on GameFAQs...Help - Answers to the most commonly asked questions about GameFAQs.FAQ Bookmarks - Access and manage the bookmarks you have added to different guides.FAQ Bounty - Write a FAQ Memtest You can run those drivers so long as you disable crossfire first. 11.7 is the last perfectly functioning driver for Black Ops, 11.8 and 11.9 both are ok but will randomly Seems like it only affects me when I play for extended periods, since it never happens if I limit myself to within 1 hour.
It is come to me that it is disappointing that the BSOD appears on a rather lousy action, like opening a chest, right-clicking a bewitching table, holding an inventory item, talking Gaming BSOD after playing MinecraftMy computer is a Windows 7 64bit Full Retail version. Right click within the Command Prompt. Java Already have an account?
Although I was running many programs. Glad stability has returned and good work on your part. Failing that buy new RAM, if that works it is the cheapest of the two and would have needed done anyway. Check This Out It was fast, and got great frames, but after a couple minutes the game froze and my computer crashed with a blue screen telling me that it had shut down to
I have never gotten BSODs in any other instances, and since the reqs for minecraft is not that high, what may be the problem? May 25, 2011 #14 chirigami TS Rookie It's Windows 7 x64. One more question: will having blue screens do damage to your comp if it happens moderately frequently and is left untreated? If you continue to cause errors, you will be blocked again for an indefinite period.
Also, try reading this and see if anything in there can help you: Hi, Welcome to PC Support Section. Any and all feedback is welcome. If it doesn't find any video card drivers that is quite okay; just leave all other drivers alone. 4. Input Tab: No problems found.
StompinpanginSep 17, 2012, 4:10 AM The memory checker says that it is working properly, but it just crashed. I honestly have no idea what to do.