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    Can I have your Tots GRIX-THAY's Avatar
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    Default Battlefield 4 Crashing DirectX error

    So I just joined AOD today and I also got teamspeak for the first time. I was playing a match with no problems for almost an hour when it crashed and showed this error message.

    DirectX function"GetDeviceRemovedReason" faled with
    DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG: Device hing due to badly formed
    commands.. GPU: 'NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST" Driver:I dont remeber what it said


    Then when i tried to reopen the game it would start loading the level and i could hear the music that plays while you're on the loading screen. but I only had a black screen and then the second error message popped up it said:

    DirectX funtion "screen->swapChain->ResizeBuffers(
    renderer->m_settings->getTripleBufferingEnable() ? 3: 2,
    screen-> info.windowWidth, screen-> info.windowHeight,
    DXG0_FORMAT_R8G8B8A8_UNORM,
    DXGI_SWAP_CHAIN_FLAG_ALLOW_MODE_SWITCH)" failed with
    DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_REMOVED ("The video card has been physically removed from the system, or a driver crash or upgrade has occured.").
    GPU: "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST", Driver: 34788. This error is
    usually caused by the graphics driver crashing; try installing the latest
    drivers. Also, make sure you have a supported graphics card with at
    least 512MB.

    I know that my graphics card wasnt removed because my monitor is plugged into it and i could still see my screen. I tried reinstalling the drivers and that didnt fix it :( i dont really know what else i should do.

    MY SPECS
    GPU: GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST
    CPU: AMD FX(tm)-8350 Eight-Core Processor
    Mem: 16.00 GB RAM
    MOBO: M5A97 R2.0
    OP.SYS: WIN 8.1 Pro

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    It looks like a tropical earthquake blew through here or something man.
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    Welcome to AOD first of all!

    Since you just joined, you dont have full access membership yet to view all the forums (will be updated soon so you do) but a member recently posted his fix for direct x errors. I've quoted his post below for you which may help. The post below was posted in the Barracks section of the Battlefield forums. The post is here which you should be able to view within 24 hours: http://www.clanaod.net/forums/showthread.php?t=104015

    Quote Originally Posted by AOD_redse7en View Post
    If you get those damn directx errors and crash all the time, try out my fix for Nvidia drivers.

    I rolled back to Nvidia driver version 345.20 and did a clean install.

    Then I went into my individual game settings and changed these two parameters in the Nvidia control panel.



    It doesn't affect anything from what I can see. I play on low settings though. Worth a shot.

    So far I've been playing for 2 hours and no crashing. It works for Hardline and even Bad Company 2.

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    I took an IQ test and the results were negative Capcom007's Avatar
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    Has anyone found a fix for the ATI cards as well???

    Thank you!

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    You are depriving some poor village of its idiot AOD Member AOD_Timmee45's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by AOD_Capcom007 View Post
    Has anyone found a fix for the ATI cards as well???

    Yes, in fact it can be found here




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    1-800-PUBLGRJUH AOD_redse7en's Avatar
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    AOD_Aarontheawesome

    I've been looking more into this issue lately. Do me a favor and go to:

    >> Go to "Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Performance Information and Tools\Advanced Tools"
    >> Click "Generate a system health report"
    >> Wait 60 seconds.
    >> Open the "Hardware Configuration" tab
    >> Open the "Devices" tab
    >> Expand the "Win32_VideoController" section
    >> Expand the "VideoController1"
    >> Post the exact value of your "AdapterRAM" in this thread.

    I think I'm on to something.
    Tell a friend!!!


 

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