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I have faith . Have you updated your motherboard chipset and audio drivers? I do agree that trying an earlier driver / different drivers is a good idea. my 560 Ti rocks WoW all day long on Ultra settings at greater than 60 fps. navigate here

When you had that issue. So if the addons cause the crashing, it's likely due to increased CPU/RAM usage. @OP Though, one thing that hasn't been brought up... Are you running addons with wow by any chance? or test something,i am not so gosu with computers ,i just wanna play this stupid game unoriginal1 October 15, 2012 3:31:30 PM It's the card. (IMO) I always recommend for

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If nothing else works. Hoping the best for you. *edit Just some fast research heres a couple of forum links that might help. And it seems to be so hit or miss One person can have a 7870 and run perfectly everything maxed while the persons roommate can have an identical build and

make sure that is off. To the point where if I'm building a system for WoW specifically I will not use an AMD card. (unless requested by the client) But n e who... acmilan91 October 15, 2012 9:18:46 PM ok guys,is this fixable or no,wanna tell me what to do,ill do...cuz i am not that good at pc...and btw its not laptop its desktop,but Realtek Audio Driver unoriginal1 October 18, 2012 2:21:50 PM acmilan91 said:guys i updated to 12.3 i played for 2-3 hours,no crash,ill see tomorrow...

Good luck! Windows Audio Service Crashing Windows 10 http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-hd-7870-revi... Are you running addons with wow by any chance? If disabling addons fixes the issue, that points even more at a hardware issue.

acmilan91 October 16, 2012 6:04:56 PM damn i need empty disk,i dont have it atm...why i need to burn it? Nvidia Drivers acmilan91 October 16, 2012 5:36:31 PM thanks guys,how to run memest first of all i want to test my ram then ill try that older driver rdm3 October 16, 2012 5:48:43 make sure that is off. The cards are great for everything else except WoW.

  • The full specs on your computer would also be helpful: CPU, GPU model, Motherboard model, Memory manufacturer, PSU model, any additional hardware (such as sound cards, etc), hard drives, etc.
  • Who built your computer, have you asked them about the problem? (Considering the computer is new, I'm suspicious that you have a hardware problem) When did you start having the problem,
  • I'm convinced it's AMD's drivers.
  • Ask !
  • unoriginal1 October 16, 2012 3:04:35 PM seamus_ar said:If you haven't done it yet, I would recommend doing a RAM test with memtest86 and let it run all night.
  • With the 7870 I would play for anywhere from 5 mins to 2 hours and all of a sudden the screen would just freeze up.
  • Ask !

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http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/6794732981 Hope this helps... https://github.com/processing/processing-sound/issues/46 Long story short, I replaced it with a GTX 670 and no problems whatsoever. Windows 10 Sound Crashes For what it's worth, new electronics are sometimes defective, it happens, and it's expected. Windows 10 Audio Crash The tom's review was written on the paper-launched cards with what I would presume are beta drivers...

No way around that that I know of. check over here Who built your computer, have you asked them about the problem? (Considering the computer is new, I'm suspicious that you have a hardware problem) When did you start having the problem, I tried all video drivers available at the time and nothing worked. Although... Windows 10 Audio Driver Crashes

acmilan91 October 14, 2012 8:09:04 PM yes couple of times,but only in wow i get crash memadmax October 15, 2012 12:21:39 AM Have you tried reinstalling wow? But Ive seen enough builds for WoW to know that they just don't play well. You'll only crash when you try to use a bad hunk of memory; so it's not impossible that only wow crashes, especially if he's running the 64bit launcher (where almost every his comment is here It's all pointless arguing..

It's rather ridiculous to suggest that somebody buy a different video card for that reason, especially without troubleshooting the issue further... I ran diagnostics on all other components and nothing else was wrong, including Memtest. I dont' have it installed so nothing to compare it to.

Read Tom's Hardware review of the 7850 and 7870 playing WoW.

TOMS put out an article on one of their video card benchmarks and even they had random crashes using different AMD cards. If you are, disable them and try again. acmilan91 October 16, 2012 1:53:37 PM can u please tell me how to do all of that,and can u give me link for that driver my graphic card is amd radeon Leading me to beleive it's the card; however, that shouldn't stop the necessary troubleshooting as that is only my opinion in no way does it consitute it's the answer or exactly

Edit* I recommend if still possible. Nice! I'm convinced WoW just hates AMD cards. http://webcomputerrepair.com/windows-10/windows-10-start-menu-crashes.html With the 7870 I would play for anywhere from 5 mins to 2 hours and all of a sudden the screen would just freeze up.

acmilan91 October 17, 2012 1:33:20 PM i disabled addons,still crashing,i will pay wow today, i didnt have it few days,i will but empty disc today and try memtest all night acmilan91 unoriginal1 October 15, 2012 8:54:48 PM I like the 7800 series.. I have nothing against AMD. Replaced both RAM and power supply and WoW is solid on maxed-out settings, no crashes or issues since.

I tried all video drivers available at the time and nothing worked. Publish Read discussions in other Laptop General Discussion categories Acer Alienware Asus Dell Lenovo Sony Toshiba Ask the community Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD hard drive Publish Latest experts jaslion CPUs Lots of people are having similar issues seemingly all recently. acmilan91 October 15, 2012 8:44:10 PM i heard that 12.3 driver will be an option,but i cant install it,cuz i have 64 bit djscribbles October 15, 2012 8:48:14 PM http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/369616-33-7870-compat...

djscribbles October 16, 2012 3:36:00 AM You should be able to install 12.3 drivers, I had them on my win7 64bit install, I'm almost certain. If you are, disable them and try again.