I play other games Destiny 2, Witcher 3, Heroes of the Storm and do not experience this behavior and they are graphically more intensive . The only solution that I’ve found is to turn down the graphics down but the crashes are so specific that it’s frustrating. For example it consistently happens near the Jade Construct in Ember Bay and now with the latest patch, within the Special Forces Training Area and I’ve seen it in the inital phase of the Swampland Fractal but only once. I turn my graphics to highest when I leave these areas and there’s no issues. I’m running a GTX 970 but I can’t remember the other specs off hand.
I was going to chime in here because I’m having issues similar to this and I don’t want to start a new thread. As to your question DemonSeed.3528, the screens turn black but I can hear and still play the game, which to me means the GPU is failing (maybe?!).
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If your sound is integrated into the motherboard, then the drivers can be downloaded from the company which manufactured the motherboard or from the maker of your computer. Even after checking system driver, software, background application and all software related issues there is a possibility you are still facing computer crash problem while playing game. This may be due to the system hardware specifically that graphics card. When i’m Shooting Games playing on my computer it randomly crashes with a green screen (when it crashes the pc doesn’t fully turn off it just turns the screen off and still runs, i can hear the game in the back ground). Ive been trying to figure out the issue and tried so many different methods and non have seen to work.
That way you know for sure that it’s not the sound system which is responsible for your problems. If you’re running Windows 2000 or XP, you can disable your sound hardware by going into the Device Manager, right-clicking on the sound hardware, and selecting "Disable". If you’re running Windows 95, 98, or ME, you can disable it by going into the Device Manager, right-clicking on the sound hardware, selecting "Properties", and then selecting "Disable in this hardware profile". If your crashes stop after the sound is disabled, then you should update your sound drivers. New drivers are put out to fix bugs and compatibility problems so getting the latest drivers may solve the problem. If you have a sound card then the drivers can be downloaded from the web site of the company which made the card.
- There can also be attacks that are specifically designed to cause this effect.
- This usually happens when a character receives too many attacks from a defense position, thus losing the guarding status.
- An endurance match is a match where a limited amount of opponents must be defeated, one after another, on a single life bar.
- The first known instance of guard breaking was in the original Samurai Shodown, where continual blocking can actually cause the defender’s weapon to break.
Also, with this it only happens on certain games some games i can play for a long time and have no issues but some just crash at certain points all the time and some just dont work overall. The most common reasons for a computer crashing when playing games are the lack of new game updates from the official website and outdated graphics card drivers. I am just now playing Living World Season 3 story mission "A Shadow’s Deeds" and my PC always crashes bad in a non-deterministic manner within 1 min after having the first talk with Caithe. Referring to elTigre.4532’s post about Jade Constructs, I recon this actually is a major bug in the graphics engine. I have an ASUS R9 280 and if this is supposed to be an overheating issue as, then it must be due to poor programming on ArenaNet’s side. If it should be overheating , there must be a vastly inefficient or way to deep recursive function that is executed low-level on a shader or something like that and came with Living World Season 3. I don’t believe in overheating but rather in a non-deterministic bug producing a null pointer that is not caught by some graphics cards / GPUs or their drivers.
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What often happens is that thermal throttling kicks in on your graphics card, shuts the GPU down, crashes the graphics driver which crashes the game. Windows 10 can recover from a graphics driver crash which is why you may still be able to use it as normal afterwards. Games cannot usually survive a graphics driver crash.