7 Replies Latest reply on Jul 19, 2018 3:33 AM by pokester

    Game crashes everytime I try to use the radeon overlay

    ajmalhadi97

      fx-6300 non oc

      r9 270x non oc

      600w psu

      1tb hdd

      msi 970a-g43 mobo

       

      I use 18.7.1 driver

      everytime I tried to use the radeon overlay, the game crashes

      This started after I bought a 1080p monitor (before 768p) , though I don't think it is the cause

      This is the reliability history log

       

      Source
      Windows

      Summary
      Hardware error

      Date
      17/7/2018 8:16 PM

      Status
      Report sent

      Description
      A problem with your hardware caused Windows to stop working correctly.

      Problem signature
      Problem Event Name: LiveKernelEvent
      Code: 141
      Parameter 1: ffffe60b9b7184a0
      Parameter 2: fffff806d9fcfea4
      Parameter 3: 0
      Parameter 4: 10bc
      OS version: 10_0_17134
      Service Pack: 0_0
      Product: 256_1
      OS Version: 10.0.17134.2.0.0.256.48
      Locale ID: 17417

      Extra information about the problem
      Bucket ID: LKD_0x141_Tdr:6_IMAGE_atikmpag.sys
      Server information: 0057c22b-138e-4377-ac53-64534036caae

       

      Ohh, and also the gpu core and memory clock on idle was suppose to be 300/150

      but after playing games, even nothing used, the core & memory clock is 450/1400

      happens even before me buying the new monitor

        • Re: Game crashes everytime I try to use the radeon overlay
          pokester

          I think if I were you I would try going into Radeon Settings and under gaming/global settings find the Power Limit slider and slide it all the way to the right to it's maximum. This is completely within normal range for the card and may help this situation. Most of us that game with our cards here have found that it helps stability. Sometimes it really can be a driver issue or a game engine issue with a specific game and nothing helps. The fact that this worked for you before and now doesn't at higher resolution definitely makes me think that now you are taxing the card a bit more and raising that power ceiling may very well help. If this does not help just report back and tell us what game it is you have issue with. We can go from there and hopefully get you working okay again.

           

          edit:

          to add to that if it doesn't fix the overlay crash issue it likely is a bug. And you will want to submit a bug report so AMD knows about it. These forums are just end user to end user not AMD employees helping. So what you say here may but more likely will not reach the driver guys.  Email Form   <-----Support with a reply / Just to report an issue with no reply ------>  AMD Issue Reporting Form

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