Hi i'm having the exact same problem and error.. you can read on that thread
I did many tests with many drivers updates since that with no luck
I can reproduce the problem but sometimes it works as intended without BSOD
I'm starting to think that the problem could be related to the HDMI audio driver
My hardware configuration is slightly different from yours:
I have one Monitor attached to one DVI port
and a YAMAHA SOUNDBAR YHT-S300 (actually the subwoofer with hdmi switch SR-300) attached to HDMI port
problem arises when i turn SR-300 on
my actual software drivers on Crimson Edition:
Versione impostazioni di Radeon - 2015.1223.1060.19763
Versione del pacchetto di driver - 15.301.1201-151223a-297971C
Fornitore - Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
Versione driver 2D - 188.8.131.523
Direct3D® Version - 184.108.40.2061
OpenGL® Version - 220.127.116.1117
OpenCL™ Version - 18.104.22.168
Versione AMD Mantle - 22.214.171.124
Versione API AMD Mantle - 98309
Versione del driver audio AMD - 126.96.36.19923
my video card:
Chipset grafico - AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series
ID dispositivo - 6818
ID fornitore - 1002
ID sottosistema - 0000
ID venditore sottosistema - 0000
ID revisione - 00
Tipo di bus - PCI Express 3.0
Impostazioni correnti del bus - PCI Express 2.0 x16
Versione BIOS - 015.017.000.000
Numero di serie BIOS - 113-xxx-xxx
Data BIOS - 2012/08/20 02:14
Capacità della memoria - 2048 MB
Tipo di memoria - GDDR5
Clock memoria - 1225 MHz
Clock principale - 1100 MHz
Larghezza di banda totale della memoria - 156 GByte/s
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I have a similar error. 2 screens connected via DVI and HDMI and a Yamaha receiver with a Samsung TV in it.
In my case it's not as easily reproductible. If I run audio through HDMI with the receiver on and I turn on the TV, generally I get the crash. This only happens for me since I updated from 8.1 to Windows 10.
HI fox! thanks for replying... can you specify driver version in use?
have you tried some tests? like without Yamaha receiver or such?
I tried with every single driver, WHQL or beta since Windows 10 is out. With or without Display Driver Uninstaller. The issue is always there, though not necessarily easy to reproduce.
I can easily crash the computer if I run audio through HDMI and DXVA video (Media Player Classic Homecinema) and I start MSI Afterburner. That crash happens 100% of the time. If I power the TV connected to the AV reciever while playing audio and DXVA video, I get a crash maybe 50-80% of the time.
Hi thanks for reply...
Can you tell me your card details? are you overclocking? or is the card OC by default?
Have you tried divers before 15.7.1?
Also if you power TV on and then plug it when running audio.. does it still crash?
It's a Sapphire 290, custom model with custom cooling. I have never overclocked anything in my system. I had it since 2014 and I ran all drivers ever since (including betas for example).
This problem only happened to me after I upgraded (dirty upgrade) to Windows 10. If I'm not mistaken circa 15.7 the driver.
What I didn't do is clean Windows installation. Speaking of which, I have posted a bunch of crash dumps from atikmdag.sys on the guru3d forum - AMD Radeon Crimson Edition 15.12 December 17 - Page 9 - Guru3D.com Forums
Even today I got a crash when playing Witcher 3, exiting the game, and turning on the tv (I wanted to try to play it from the couch, on the tv).