9 Replies Latest reply on Jun 18, 2018 1:50 PM by fyruzone

    Pubg and rainbow six siege crashing (rx480)

    fyruzone

      When im trying to play pubg the game suddenly crashes in randomly (especially when im scoping with a X times scope) and an error pops out from the drivers and says that driver has crashed.

      Firstly i thought it was pubg's problem and i tried contacting them...i did everything they said me to do and nothing worked...i even tried reinstalling windows and drivers.After that i just stopped playing pubg and now im playing rainbow six siege...but it stills crashing randomly even on rainbow six siege.Moreover i have tried safe boot but when i tried this there was no internet connection so i could play.I've also tried changing some launch options that did nothing.Sometimes an error appears only for rainbow six saying application has been blocked from accessing graphics hardware

      There is no other game that this has happened (except one time on sea of thieves but it was their fault).

       

      My specs are:

      (custom desktop PC)

      Ram: HyperX 8GB Fury DDR4 2400MHz Non-ECC CL15 HX424C15FB8

       

      Video card:Radeon rx480 graphics GDDR5 8 gb (strix version)

       

      Processor:Intel Core i5-6400 2.70 GHz

       

      Operation System:Windows 10 64-bit (17134 build)

       

      Currently installed drivers:Adrenalin 18.5.2

       

      PSU:Corsair VS Series VS650 650W CP-9020098-EU

       

      Motherboard: Asus H110M-S2H-CF

       

      Chipset:Intel(R) 100 Series/C230 Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller (Version: 16.0.10.1104)

       

      Startup programs:Discord (disabled) Java Update Scheduler (disabled) Microsoft One Drive (disabled) Razer Kraken 7.1 v2 APO Helper (enabled) Razer Synapse (enabled) Realtek HD audio manager (enabled) spotify (disabled) spotify web helper (disabled) Starter Module (enabled) Steam (disabled) Windows defender (disabled)

       

      Here i have attached a msinfo file if you need it as well as a dxdiag file.