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BSOD
#1
Has Happened to me twice while trying to set up pcs2x, which i ended up finally doing. The third time it occurred whilist trying to save the game, i was looking up the memory card "format" option, i had wanted to make sure i wouldn't format my HDD on accident. I looked at the list of what i'd need to run the game (kingdom Hearts 2) and i appear to pass it.
I haven't tried to run it again, and risk it, i just want to ask the community on what i should do, or if there is anything i can do, i tried to cover all the available specs on my laptop.

Specs:
Windows 7 sp1
XPS L502X
Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-2670QM CPU @ 2.2GHz 2.2GHz
RAM 8.0GB (7.9GB usable)
64 bit
NVIDIA GT 540M
Dx11
Graphics clock: 672 MHz
Processor clock: 1344 MHz
Memory clock: 900MHz (1800 MHz data rate)
memory interface: 128-bit
Total available graphics mem: 4095 MB
Dedicated Video Mem: 2048 MB DDR3
system video memory: 0MB
Shared system memory: 2047 MB
IRQ: 16
Bus: PCI Express x16 Gen2
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#2
that's not PCSX2 related problem your OS/hardware is having issues resulting in BSOD

PCSX2 just tick that notch Wink
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#3
What abdo123 said also: do make sure that your laptop is not overheating, that could cause BSOD's. It is summer after all.
If you are not overheating update your drivers, maybe it will help.

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(07-31-2012, 03:29 AM)andutrache Wrote: What abdo123 said also: do make sure that your laptop is not overheating, that could cause BSOD's. It is summer after all.
If you are not overheating update your drivers, maybe it will help.

he could live in the Southern part of the Earth ( Winter there ... Tongue )
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(07-31-2012, 03:29 AM)andutrache Wrote: What abdo123 said also: do make sure that your laptop is not overheating, that could cause BSOD's. It is summer after all.
If you are not overheating update your drivers, maybe it will help.

nah i live in NA, and no its not overheating at all, so i don't know what could be wrong, it does a memory dump while blue screened, and i watched the Task manager in-case i saw a memory leak.

i'll try updating the drivers, all-though i just got this laptop 6months ago
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#6
check for GPU failing. min does that. I use precision-X and clock the fan higher
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