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NRii 22 okt, 2014 @ 14:26
[SOLVED] Blue Screen ONLY while playing CS:GO.
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Be constructive with your comments.
i.e. state a problem, discuss technical subjects, or simply pass info about things.
Please in all of seven hells don't suggest buying all new setups;
We all already know that one.

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EDIT 2 - This post is now obsolete. Original post time was after Operation Breakout. Chances are this post is not relevant anymore due to new builds of CS:GO

EDIT - I don't have this problem anymore.
If you have some other extremity, this post might not be for you.

I've found a simple solution: Turn off multicore rendering!
Worked for me at least. It may help you if you're using an entry-level gaming PC.

If you generally have BSoDs in any game (or random restarts without BSoD), monitor your components (using 'Speccy' for example) to check for extreme temperatures that might be causing them.

In any other case, I'll update this post with tidbits if there are other solutions found for this.

First and foremost: Upgrading components is not a direct solution.
I cannot stress that enough. Unless you are considering doing that for the sake of upgrading, try to find the root of the problem first before buying replacement parts.

Please do not post such comments about the problem being a "cheap PC". It demeans us all - that is a performance problem and not a stability problem.

RULE OF THUMB
Poor specs lead to poor performance, not neccessarily poor stability.


- Keep in mind, your CPU is more likely to be the culprit if you have overclocked.

- Check drivers, certain iterations of drivers may cause system instability.

- Also check for conflicting drivers and that they don't disturb the actual ones you need for games etc.

- Avoid burning your computer to death. High power usage may make your system more prone to crashing if your cooling isn't sufficient enough, so using 'Power Saver' setting may help.

- Hexadecimal 0x50 errors; namely the one that says: "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA" denotes a problem concerning your RAM. Use MemTest to find the culprit and replace the faulty RAM. Or just remove it - your choice really.

- If you're hearing mechanical clicking noises from your PC tower that may be a signal that the Hard Drive(s) are becoming less functional. This is especially a problem if this is a drive with the Windows directory on it, leading to BSoDs, mainly with errors:
CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED
or
UNEXPECTED_STORE_EXCEPTION
You may want to look into replacing the HDD(s) if this happens often. I don't know if this happens on SSHDs or SATA/PCI-E SSDs.

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[SOLVED ISSUE]
My PC keeps restarting from a BSoD only while I'm playing CS:GO.

This has gone on for quite a while now - I'm wondering if anyone is having (or has had) this problem.

One of the errors, which seems to be quite common, is: 0x00000059
But other causes have shown to be responsible.

Code: [ 0x0000003B ] appears sometimes on the recovery window on startup, right after a BSoD.

I really don't fully understand what's causing my PC to restart. I'd appreciate all the help I can get to solve this issue!
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FlexBoii 6 dec, 2014 @ 7:30 
I also only get bsod when I'm playing csgo. But I get the codes like 0x00000050 and 0x00000024. But whatever I try and do. The game is never fixed
Kak 6 dec, 2014 @ 7:32 
On my old computer i used to get BSOD from battlefield bad company 2. The only thing that fixed it was gettign a new computer
FlexBoii 6 dec, 2014 @ 7:35 
That's the ♥♥♥♥♥ way. Lel.

Anyways, the BSoD timings also change from 'just when I booted up the game (main menu)' to 'mid-game'. And it's so frikking annoying because most of my timeouts/bans are because of BSoDs... Like I have right now.

I've watched youtube videos on how to fix these error codes, but it doesn't fix it.
I only get blue screens with CS:GO... and I don't understand why.

Kind Regards,
Roman
MLG-Spoons (Avstängd) 6 dec, 2014 @ 7:44 
cheap pc !
NRii 6 dec, 2014 @ 9:16 
BSoDs stopped happening after I switched off Multicore Rendering. It puts some extra strain on your processor (for no obvious graphical difference) which subsequently causes a crash because it works too hard(?).

Works for me. Haven't BSoD or crashed since.
alex 6 dec, 2014 @ 9:21 
Ursprungligen skrivet av Triadus:
I've found a simple solution: Turn off multicore rendering!!
It improves the stability of CS:GO (for some reason)

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My PC keeps restarting from a BSoD only while I'm playing CS:GO.

This has gone on for quite a while now - I'm wondering if anyone is having (or has had) this problem.

One of the errors, which seems to be quite common, is: 0x00000059
But other causes have shown to be responsible.

Code: [ 0x0000003B ] appears sometimes on the recovery window on startup, right after a BSoD.

I really don't fully understand what's causing my PC to restart. I'd appreciate all the help I can get to solve this issue!

I can confirm turning off multi-core rendering works (for me anyway). I was crashing every 5 minutes in csgo and after I disabled it my crashing was reduced a lot.
i had the same problem. I'll check if this problem was resloved
Enemy Scout 2 aug, 2015 @ 14:50 
Hello, I also get frequent and random bsods WHILE cs:go is open. They occur both in game and in lobby screen. I have turned multicore rendering off, but the problem persists.
ayyyylmao 2 aug, 2015 @ 14:50 
Hmmmm never had that issue, could be a resolution/display problem though
BATI 2 aug, 2015 @ 15:35 
your cpu is overheating thats why you are getting blue screens ... clean your cpu/case fan . if you still have blue screens after cleaning the cpu then its 100% your graphic card .
M9-Milo 8 sep, 2015 @ 14:11 
My PC says page_fault_in_nonpaged_area (usbaudio.sys) when it blue screen. What do i do?
The Last Hero 22 mar, 2016 @ 9:45 
I had a similar problem: CS:GO gave me a BSoD after 20-30 min. playing and after I tried ♥♥♥♥ing everything, I found out that my USB-Sound Device called M-Audio Fast Track Pro was the issue.

So I downgraded the drivers of the Fast Track Pro from 6.1.11 to 6.0.7 and the BSoD and tiny soundspikes are gone! =)
LizardKweef 6 maj, 2016 @ 17:03 
I know this is an older threat but I found something that helped me alot. I used to get the bsod everytime I was in a match... I tried reinstalling to my SSD, verifying the game but nothing worked, until I saw something in the graphic settings (mine is in Dutch so I dont know exactly what it is in English...). Inside the graphic settings there is something called power mode, so if you play the game on a laptop, it will lower the frames from whatever FPS to 60 FPS, that did the job for me. Before I used to have frames between 120 and 180 FPS, now I have a steady 59 FPS and I never get the bsod anymore. I've been testing it for a week so I'm 99% sure this did the trick for me :) Hope I can help someone with this.
NRii 7 maj, 2016 @ 4:04 
Ursprungligen skrivet av SireReksalot:
I know this is an older threat but I found something that helped me alot. I used to get the bsod everytime I was in a match... I tried reinstalling to my SSD, verifying the game but nothing worked, until I saw something in the graphic settings (mine is in Dutch so I dont know exactly what it is in English...). Inside the graphic settings there is something called power mode, so if you play the game on a laptop, it will lower the frames from whatever FPS to 60 FPS, that did the job for me. Before I used to have frames between 120 and 180 FPS, now I have a steady 59 FPS and I never get the bsod anymore. I've been testing it for a week so I'm 99% sure this did the trick for me :) Hope I can help someone with this.

Ah, yes. That's still a viable solution for most commonplace laptops. The power mode you are referring to is 'Power Saver'. Essentially, by activating it, performance is traded for lower battery usage. Lower battery usage uses a lower power current, so the system stability is increased but components don't operate as fast.

As for the blue screens, they sound like they were occurring due to overheating (when you don't use Power Saver). Depending on how long you've had your device, the overheating might be due to wear and tear, or that the CPU might have been outputting too much than it could handle.

Take my advice with a pinch of salt though.
wavedashing 29 sep, 2016 @ 15:51 
Hey, can someone help me out on this old thread? I'm having some problems recently. Whenever I open csgo it blue screens my computer, and when I try to download it, it gets up to 100% and then crashes my computer. I think it has something to do with the SDK.
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