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    Default Re: Restarting Problem

    I was getting a few system has recovered from a serious error for various reasons when i was having the problem, is it possible to check the logs and post what they say, one of them was something to do with terminal services or something to that effect.


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    Default Re: Restarting Problem

    Would something like a benchmark prog or a stress testing prog tell me anything if the card is damaged?


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    Default Re: Restarting Problem

    Well no, there is only Graphic card benchmark tests so that would not help at all. It would only stress the card the same as you playing games and would likely just error the same. But it wont let you know if anything is wrong really. But if it errors quickly then you will know it is likely the card

    You can get 3Dmark06 Trial >>>>
    |MG| 3DMark06 1.1.0 (Includes October Hotfix)

    Lightsmark >>>>
    LIGHTSMARK - next generation lighting benchmark

    Furmark (This will heat your card up QUICK at your max Resolution, so if your card is dying be careful it may kill it) >>>
    oZone3D.Net - FurMark | OpenGL Benchmark | GPU Burner | Video Card Stability Test | Fur Rendering, OpenGL 2.0, GLSL shaders, Overclocking Test


    What I was concerned with is the RAM on the graphics card, which you do not likely get a temp readout for. Best for you to be sure and take you card to a friends house then and see if it runs ok there

    3 years is a LONG time with all the crap that is in there from uninstalls/reinstalls you may be better off to do a full clean install.

    Your system will thank you! I do one every 4-5 months and love it

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