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How can I do for that? Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Your video card has two values which can be slowed down: the GPU clock rate, and the video RAM clock rate. The nice thing about offb is it's going from one fbcon driver to another. this content

You may also be able to recognize a power supply problem by checking whether the voltages are in range. tkmnDecember 30th, 2012, 11:27 AMNot the first time this has happened. :( I found the previous version in /var/cache/apt/archives Is there a proper way to do this? Finally, I've read the log, and the last log, when computer crashed, the temp was this: GPU Temp.(DISPIO) [C]:96.0 GPU Temp.(MEMIO) [C]:105.5 GPU Temp.(SHADERCORE) [C]:102.0 Is that pretty much? cgacid08-15-2012, 11:10 AMAny of you guys running the ASUS Sabertooth TUF motherboard with the new BIOS and FX-8250? visit

Windows update says he has no further updates. Just straight black. Also, did you download the 88PMP208.BSS File?

If it's still going over 100, then the heatsink is not contacting the GPU correctly causing it to shut down. which is this space online game which is soo amazing.. I know I have AMD graphics cards but I don't know if the motherboard is the problem.. I guess this is for 2.5.X :( > > you are fubar.

The graphic temp was the same when crashed, 100C It could be the processor? Are there any risks of doing BIOS update or is it safe to do BIOS update? It was a build that I modified... http://www.playtool.com/pages/troubleshooting/intro.html But anyway, since the Earthwatts at Fry's are now sold out I think the NeoHE 550 at newegg is the budget buy...assuming you don't mind doing the rebate thing.

CPU-Z says its 2AC8. I've only had a bad flash once and I saved it with a hotflash (Old pentium 3 board). :cool: Servus08-15-2012, 04:39 PMI should have posted this yesterday after I fixed the I can still access Instant Flash and the Boot menu. Look at the top of the motherboard connector where the video card plugs in and make sure that you only see the tops of the golden fingers on the bottom of

But one of the things that changes when you're playing games is how your sound hardware is used. https://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-2099512.html Find the file and open it. I know I can't be the only one with this problem. However when I get to the part where I have to choose my driver it says that something along the lines of "No driver found".

A restore point allows you to undo software changes you make while trying to solve your video card problem. news INsAniTY08-15-2012, 07:49 AMI tried using the @bios program to update my MOBO driver last night and it still crashes my system. I should note that I was getting BSODs the instant CS:GO would load, which is why I flashed my BIOS in the first place; the game now runs fine, I am P.S if you was going to ask for the Operating System, it's Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601).

then install all 3 at once with sudo dpkg -i Only I found 4 files instead of 3 relating to the previous version of Wine: wine1.5_1.5.19-0ubuntu3_amd64.deb (1.2 mb) wine1.5-amd64_1.5.19-0ubuntu3_amd64.deb (23.0 mb) He currently owns: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883103380 CPU-Z and many other programs couldn't recognize the motherboard nor the bios version. I've had a look around, and can't seem to find a way to make them... have a peek at these guys This program allows you to open the BIOS update file while in windows.

Waterfox, sometimes Edge Antivirus: Win Defender, MBAM, SAS, Spyware Blaster all free editions Other Info: Updated to W10 Home x64 via WU 8-15-2015, 11-20-2016 clean installed AU 1607 x64 Home Quote Again thank you so much OP really appreciate the assistance! Download and run @BIOS instead.

Are they updated to the latest?

Display looked like it's supposed to. Maybe run fixmbr (this can be destructive) or fixboot (only works on x86-based computers). As for icons, if I pull one to the edge of the screen, a third of it is off screen. yeah it's that one sorry can you link me too the update, thanks!

It's safe as long as you don't power off the computer while it's doing the flash, or it will become corrupt and no longer boot. Seems to have been either a faulty patch or build. So if you're having crashes during games, it's a good idea to temporarily disable your sound hardware while you're troubleshooting. check my blog Imagine my surprise when I started getting 2-3 FPS on CS:GO!

My Pc: AMD Athlon(tm)II x4 635 Processor ATI Radeon HD 5450 (1024mb) 4096MB DDR3 RAM Mainboard: Foxconn 2AA9 I searched for a bios update for this motherboard but didn't found anything. I have the AMD FX 8150 with the AsRock 990FX Extreme 4 with the latest BIOS version (1.80), but if I start immediately comes this error message: csgo.exe stopped working (APPCRASH) With vgacon their is no fbcon and with no vgacon its fbcon which in turn takes over dummycon. Was this right after playing for about 10 minutes?

Thanks so much for all. And coincidentally also my Deus Ex: HR refused to start. The easy way to check voltages is using a motherboard monitoring utility which came with your computer or motherboard. Why?

Now its just getting used to GO.