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BaconUnicorn March 14th, 2018 12:31 AM

Problem with playing Games
 
So basically, I just recently got a new computer. For some reason, whenever I play a game, my desktop just turns off and I go to blue screen. How should I fix this? I also noticed that my CPU, Memory, Disk, and GPU skyrockets through the roof whenever this happens. Thank you in advance.

lufbra March 15th, 2018 04:21 PM

Your best bet would be to contact the game creator/s, and ask them for help. Maybe the game isn't compatible with the new PC.

LoganWilliams March 22nd, 2018 06:10 PM

Maybe try to reinstall windows?
And what version do you use?

Appzalien April 8th, 2018 09:30 PM

Usually the mention of "Blue Screen" means an error screen. If your desktop is disappearing and only a Blue screen appears with no icons in it's place, it probably means Windows Explorer is crashing. Do you have a pci-e video card or are you running on-board graphics? Most newer games will not run correctly with just on-boards graphics. Your PC specifications would help use to figure out what is happening. A free program like Speccy can help you discover what parts are installed. Motherboard, processor, graphics and memory size and speed would be helpful.

Smullen April 26th, 2018 02:08 PM

If you're still having the same issues, post more details, Bacon. Like what kind of Windows are you running, what's your hardware and what are the games that you get this problem with. Very odd to get a blue screen of death nowadays.

rippytid May 24th, 2018 07:29 AM

Maybe your PC is not compatible with such games. Maybe you should post more details regarding the PC and what games you play.

VE7511 May 25th, 2019 09:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Appzalien (Post 1302150)
Usually the mention of "Blue Screen" means an error screen. If your desktop is disappearing and only a Blue screen appears with no icons in it's place, it probably means Windows Explorer is crashing. Do you have a pci-e video card or are you running on-board graphics? Most newer games will not run correctly with just on-boards graphics. Your PC specifications would help use to figure out what is happening. A free program like Speccy can help you discover what parts are installed. Motherboard, processor, graphics and memory size and speed would be helpful.

i was having gaming issue thanks to you i found that my windows explorer was crashing.:happy::thrilled:


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