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Driver stops responding & has successfully recovered

Question asked by shakree28 on Apr 9, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 6, 2016 by ronin1109

Hello, As the title said, I'm having this issue for about a week now. It started to do this when I am playing game (Rust). Haven't tried on other games though. It happens sometimes right after i started to play the game or few minutes or hours after running it. I tried the tdr regedit settings and the problem still persist. The screen goes black and then back to normal with the notification saying the driver stops responding & has successfully recovered. Weird is i tried to push the gpu by running the burn test using the Furmark software. I ran it for exactly 15mins and the max gpu temp was 82 degree celcius and the problem didnt occur. I've already enabled the Driver Verifier as well. On top of that I've used the system file error checker and no error was found. The following is my computer specs:

 

MSI H81M-E34 (MS-7817)

Intel Core i5-4460

8GB of Kingston RAM (1 stick)

AMD Radeon (TM) R9 380 Series (4GB double dissipation)

KINGSTON SHFS37A240G

TOSHIBA DT01ACA100

 

Hope someone can help me fix this issue because its really annoying to play the game. I just built the desktop like 4-5months ago.

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