Hello everyone,I'm using a g61 HP notebook with 4Gb of RAM on a AMD dual core with an ATI RADEON HD4200 GC. I'm also using windows 7 x64,Here's my problem, few days ago i've purchased GuildWars 2 and was able to play perfectly for some days. I've been hacked due to some keygen so i decided to completely clean my computer and reset my password. 3 days ago i've been re-hacked, so it seems that my computer clean wasn't efficient at all. I decide to format my hard drive to get rid of any keylogger on my PC. Everything went well, i've downloaded the last graphic drivers for my card ( which were 12.8 ) but now, GuildWars 2 crash after 2 seconds playing, display the error : AMD display driver stopped responding and has successfully recevored.So far i've tried many fixes that i found across google : Uninstalling my drivers using ATIMAN uninstall + Booting in safe mode using Driver Sweeper + cleaning the possible registry error with CC cleaner. I've updated my bios too. I've tried to downgrade the version of Catalyst to 12.6 but it freezes on launcher ( so it's not really getting better ). I've tried to set priority of GW through Task Manger to High, and to set affinity on 1 core. Also tried to re-dl the whole game.I don't know what else could i do, i don't think it's related to guildwars 2 and my comp spec or a hardware problem since i've been able to run it smoothly before formatting, i've also tried with other games as LoL and it makes AMD crash.
Similar situation. Running crossfire and updated this morning to 12.8 (was at 12.3) and now my computer is doing 2 things.
amd driver stopped and recovering and at other times (as i can tell) kicking me out of WoW.
would love to revert to 12.3 but that isnt going to solve it.
so even changing the TdrLevel registry didn't help? You would have to find the driver path for both devices and enter in regedit.
do you have the CCC application profiles installed for crossfire. If you're not sure launch the CCC driver and instead of express install (which by default does NOT install app profiles) choose custom install and select the application profiles as well.
can you also try changing AA/AF settings (to OFF) in WOW to see if it stops crashing.