[SOLVED] I have multiple games crash windows 10

ItsPuff

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I have a few games crash to windows 10 no error reports or anything straight to windows other times it freezes and starts to beep in my headset everytime I click my mouse and I have to do a full reset.
I reinstalled a clean windows from usb. I did benchmarks nothing crashes I even did memtest nothing shows up I am out of ideas
The games are
BF5
Total War: Three Kingdoms
World of Tanks
Black Ops 4

My Specs
2700x
ZOTAC GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti AMP Edition
32gb ram 3200
B450 Gaming-ITX/ac (AM4)
2 SSDS
CORSAIR SF Series SF600 600W
 

g-unit1111

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I just got these error codes while switching psu and switching ram sticks and playing a bit https://prnt.sc/oq9dv7 https://prnt.sc/oq9eaq
Page fault error basically means that you have a bad sector on your boot disk. You will most likely need to replace it as something could have gone wrong in the formatting process. The IRQL error is a memory error though so you basically have two problems that could be happening - either with your primary boot drive or your RAM.

What is the make and model of your boot drive(s)? Are they SATA or M2 drives?
 

Ketchup79

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What kind of network connection do you have from this PC? When you play BF5, is it multiplayer? All the other games you listed are multiplayer, so just wondering if a network connection issues is causing your problems.
 

g-unit1111

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I just got these error codes while switching psu and switching ram sticks and playing a bit https://prnt.sc/oq9dv7 https://prnt.sc/oq9eaq
Page fault error basically means that you have a bad sector on your boot disk. You will most likely need to replace it as something could have gone wrong in the formatting process. The IRQL error is a memory error though so you basically have two problems that could be happening - either with your primary boot drive or your RAM.

What is the make and model of your boot drive(s)? Are they SATA or M2 drives?
 

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