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Just set up your possible fix, reinstalled it three times for good measure. No harm in trying though.
Only time can tell whether or not it will be fixed. My issue can happen at very sporadic times. 10 minutes into a game, 24 hours into a game, 1 second into the game, changing graphic parameters in-game, 5 days later, months later.
The difference between the issue in that post compared to mine is:
My current thoughts are now:
Aaaaaaaaaaand it happened again. Three times. All WHEA-Logger.
Simply playing Minecraft at the lowest setting possible and boom! It crashed. All at varying times.
Played Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition with mates for a solid 5-6 hours, no crash. Moved onto Path of Exile for an hour, no crash. Move onto Minecraft and then an hour in, black screen, sound continues but struggling. Seconds later, my computer was really making a very good effort to stay alive as music is still playing but stuttering and I can hear my mates, but also stuttering. Then the usual end: a forced restart.
Came back on, loaded up MC again black screen and forced restart in less than 5 minutes. Third times the charm? Not in this case, less than 2 minutes and it happened again.
I feel like just chucking this hunk of junk and hope that fixes it.
I don't know what cases black screen crash restarts of the system (or do you mean you restart the system?), someone mentioned in another thread it was the chipset something, and that he updated it and that he had no such crashes anymore after that.
But the normal black screen crashes to desktop, are they resolved for you?
By the way, if you press "control alt delete" and log out of the system*, you would not need to force restart the system.
* (if it fails to log out, just cancel, and the game will still be closed)
Since Minecraft struggles, try reinstalling the driver at least two times, and it may solve the issue. I had no problem in any games but when I played Halo all of sudden I got black screen crashes, what solved it was to reinstall the driver again just so that it did not crash again in Halo, and it succeeded. Hence, try to reinstalling the driver again, open Minecraft, and see if it is stable. If it is not, reinstall again until it becomes stable.
A week ago, I did try a different CPU (same make and model but different batch number) and worked for five days with no issues. However, when I put in my CPU again, it worked for four days with no issues, but on the fifth day, it was back again - gets progressively worse randomly.
I wish I got crash to desktop. I never got crashes to desktop (only a few blue moon incidents back in December). At least I know it's a bad GPU driver or the game itself.
When I say forced restart, I mean the computer restarts itself. I don't do anything.
I'd like to try and see if Windows 10 2004 has the same issues - 20H2 may be the cause and it could be a while before we get a Windows 10 update.
Freshly reinstalled Windows 10 [20H2], latest BIOS installed, and AMD drivers (recommended) installed three times with factory reset [from @RomatebitegeL] at each iteration - no profile checkbox since it's a fresh install so there will be no profile existing. Also before December 2020 drivers were used. These are the results:
Hi, I don't know if this solution will help, but it has fixed the crashes/restarts with other people:
Try reading the thread and find the solution. Perhaps it will help you as well, and it does not hurt trying.
Also this thread has a fix that has solved black screen / blue screen crashes for some people:
I also have crashes but i have a 3900xt cpu and a EVGA 1070 gtx card.
1 second black screen and than Restart only youtube watching
all bios settings are in stock
Cooler: Scythe mugen 5
Motherboard: ROG STRIX B550-E GAMING
RAM: G.Skill DIMM 32 GB DDR4-3600 Kit
Storage 1: Gigabyte AORUS NVMe Gen4 SSD
Storage 2: Samsung NVMe
GPU: EVGA 1070 gtx
PSU: DARK POWER PRO 11 850W
Monitor: Asus PG278
OS: Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)
Here are some other potential solutions:
Ich hatte das gleiche Problem auch, schau dir diesen Link an. Hat mir zuerst gut geholfen, die Abstürze zu reduzieren.
Und oder probiere dann einfach folgendes aus:
Installiere die neue Radeon Software 21.2.2 , seitdem auf Level Game ohne Probleme !
In Win10 gehe zu Einstellungen dann System auf dieser Seite unten Grafikeinstellungen und stelle dort von Windows auf AMD Software um.
Wichtig ist auch im Bios den PCI Express von Auto auf Gen 3 umzustellen, Win10 kommt wohl mit PCI Express 4 zurecht!