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Old 08-01-2011, 07:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help with ATI 6770 BSOD

Posted my issues on Tomshardware.com but as you can see from my link below not getting a lot of help.

BSOD ATI 6770 and crappy fps - ATI - Graphic-Displays
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Old 08-01-2011, 09:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did you uninstall the previous drivers? try uninstalling/installing in safe mode.
Also try using older drivers too (2-3 versions back) as newest not always best.
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Did you uninstall the previous drivers? try uninstalling/installing in safe mode.
Also try using older drivers too (2-3 versions back) as newest not always best.
yea the current version is 11.7, I've tried 11.3 which came with the GPU and 11.6 and 11.5. None of those versions installed properly. Guess I'll try 11.4 and see if that works.

Also I used Driversweeper to get rid of the previous versions of the drivers.
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Have you tried installing in safe mode?

Also are you doing the installation as an admin?

Also are you keeping an eye on the temps?
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Old 08-03-2011, 02:22 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Have you tried installing in safe mode?

Also are you doing the installation as an admin?

Also are you keeping an eye on the temps?
I can't boot it in safe mode. When that option comes up after a BSOD the keyboard doesn't work. I have to wait 30 seconds and it will boot up normally.

I haven't tried installing as an admin.

Temps are at 27 degrees Celsius.

I used DriverCleaner.net and SlimDrivers and the 11.4 drivers actually installed properly (got a green thumbs up instead of the yellow question mark stating a warning occured) and played RIFT at over 30+ fps. Got home from the bar tonight and RIFT only played at 1-7 fps. I have no clue what the **** is going on with this card or the drivers.
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Old 08-03-2011, 02:53 AM   #6 (permalink)
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What are the temps under load? Have you tried running the fan at 100% while you play?
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Old 08-03-2011, 03:07 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I can't boot it in safe mode. When that option comes up after a BSOD the keyboard doesn't work. I have to wait 30 seconds and it will boot up normally.

I haven't tried installing as an admin.

Temps are at 27 degrees Celsius.

I used DriverCleaner.net and SlimDrivers and the 11.4 drivers actually installed properly (got a green thumbs up instead of the yellow question mark stating a warning occured) and played RIFT at over 30+ fps. Got home from the bar tonight and RIFT only played at 1-7 fps. I have no clue what the **** is going on with this card or the drivers.
The keyboard issue is interesting, and might be the lead in your problem, the card might not be the culprit.
Does it work during a regular boot? or its stops working only after a BSOD?


The way i see it, if its a component issue, then its more likely the PSU than the card, but im not yet convinced that this is a component issue, it still smacks of a driver conflict/improper install.

So the things i would try is:
1)uninstalling and installing via safe mode (hit/tap f8 during regular boot to get the safe mode option)
2) installing as admin.
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What are the temps under load? Have you tried running the fan at 100% while you play?
Played RIFT at the crappy 1-7 fps and it was 30 degrees Celsius and fan speed is at 32%.
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Played RIFT at the crappy 1-7 fps and it was 30 degrees Celsius and fan speed is at 32%.
Oh. That's so ridiculously cool I thought they were idle temps.
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Old 08-03-2011, 08:41 AM   #10 (permalink)
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are you sure its graphics card and not sever being to heavy with many people on line. you need to check your port and check to see card dirty or overheated. other then that check your setting and make sure you have right power supply to run it. looks like heat gotten to it or not running right since drive not right.
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