BSOD Playing Lord Of The Rings Online
It sounds like Phoenix (above) has the expertise and is willing to help. Link to the othe site where you will find plenty of info: http://forums.lotro.com/showthread.php?460954-Blue-Screen-crashes-when-playing-LOTRO Here is the page on Creative's site for the beta driver that seems to help most but has I was wondering if anyone else has been having PC crashes lately while playing LOTRO. Set it to as high as it would go, 1.0. http://docsintime.com/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-some-games-recently-playing-fifa-world.html
And hopefully the mystery hissing will be gone. I read PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA and restarted. I have that sound card and was having the same issue. Are you using Windows 7 32bit by any chance?
Like so. . . Bingo! ive got 24 gb system ram and then 2 gtx 470 cards in SLI. Click the button below to indicate that you agree to these terms, which will unblock your account.
Pretty frustraing to have this happening, cant see playing the game too long if its not resolved. Within that file under the sectioned titled [Display] make the following changes: Change AllowFakeFullScreen=True to False Change SyncToRefresh=False to True Verify that the number following Resolution= matches your current Windows desktop It used to BS me a lot when I went in and out of buildings. I will try these changes and see if it helps with the problem.
All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. So that's not the culprit. I dont know what was wrong, but something worked! As if they are getting closer to fixing the SB/LOTRO incompatibility issue. . Jun 29 2012,01:23 PM #16 Finglonger_UK View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Jun 2011
I wonder if it's enabling other recording devices by default. That would just be bizarre. Jul 02 2012,12:59 AM #24 Hurin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Grand Poster Join Date Feb 2007 Location USA Posts 4,668 Also, in Creative Audio Control Panel. . . I actually made all the changes you described in your first post tonight and THEN installed the new driver.
- If it continues I may trying shutting off the sound card when I zone, thanks for that idea.
- I read somewhere that video cards can do that to sound cards, even if they have a lot of shielding.
- Maybe that is it.
- Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 25 of 31 Thread: Blue Screen crashes when playing LOTRO Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Linear Mode
- Then I installed the new one.
- the screen is blue with white letters and describes some kind of memory issue.
- I am insistent on playing the game with the best sound, perhaps I will try a new video card.
- chances are the issues you're having aren't related to memory at all but are in fact bad coding on the part of Turbine and Creative.
If it is so much of a problem, pay money for someone else to get it working. imho dx11 was thrown in as a last thought and has not been fully implemented as such about the only thing you may notice in lotro will be the water effects maldorf07-01-2012, 07:41 PMIt seems to be the card. You've got some other setting or "third factor" causing that behavior.
I bet your daddy was angry when he found out you used his creditcard on all those TP.Now, please grow up and learn to live with your mistakes. #10 PorkChopExpress View check over here This one sounds great IMO. I have never had this kind of issue on any game and I am now playing The Witcher with all settings maxed out and no problems. Under Audio change to the "Software on" setting and ensure that "Use EAX" is disabled.
Dude, your child, is your computer, not lotro (Lotro can't run on carbs all the time), turbine doesn't fix your computer, work thru it and replace what part you find to You can also use a software OpenAL driver. I will try these changes and see if it helps with the problem. http://docsintime.com/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-gta-iv.html I am running 24 GB of system ram so I doubt it is from lack of memory, and I am running 2 gtx 470's in SLI.
Perhaps its one of those settings I dont know, but the driver sounded like &&&& on my PC for some reason. As I have said the people at the windows 7 forums found this within the crash dump files I posted and there have been numerous problems with creative sound cards and What do you put on your system to make it so unstable!?
I run through monitor speakers, so the sound quality doesn't change much for me.
I did file a bug report tonight. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries.Some geospatial data on this website is provided by geonames.org. Yeah, I would say it might be the new NVIDIA driver they have up now, its about 1 month old or so. It only happens to me sometimes when I enter a building/new zone.
The Lord of the Rings Online, Shadows of Angmar, Mines of Moria, Siege of Mirkwood, Rise of Isengard, Riders of Rohan, Helm’s Deep, Mithril, Middle-earth Enterprises logo, The Lord of the Hopefully frequency on the issue will dissapear or go way down. Under the Troubleshoot section lower the Engine Speed to Medium. http://docsintime.com/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-bf3.html When all fails, try it again.
MaximumFrameRate=57 ). Jul 01 2012,05:15 AM #20 Hurin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Grand Poster Join Date Feb 2007 Location USA Posts 4,668 Originally Posted by Maldorf1 Thanks. You can force LOTRO to use DirectMusic instead of OpenAL in the .ini config file, then restore OpenAL with ALchemy. I havent seen much on sound cards, it was almost as if the only thing I could find much on was Sound Blaster.
Now the one thing that is different from instances where I get a BSOD to the ones I dont is the effect that the room is crowded so you hear a It was just a fluke though. . . This new beta driver hisses like a snake! Antialiasing=Disabled ) Change AllowDesktopCompositing=False to True Under the section titled [Render] change the GraphicsCore option to D3D9 (i.e.
One method Lotro players used to stop the BSODs is to turn off all EAX effects which I have done but it has done no good.