Do Not Remove The Graphics Card This may sound strange but whenever you physically remove the graphics card from the motherboard and install it again, you may trigger the BCC116/1033 problem. The same problem with the driver atikmpag.sys. Install only necessary drivers, if you do not use GeForce Experience, HD Audio or 3D, do not install the files for those. nVidia Forums: http://www.overclock.net/f/71/nvidia-drivers-and-overclocking-software AMD/ATI Forums: http://www.overclock.net/f/70/ati-drivers-and-overclocking-software General GPU Forums: http://www.overclock.net/f/74/graphics-cards-general Later folks. weblink
I just finished uninstalling the drivers and going to update them. SilentOtto Windows XP Support 9 08-18-2011 10:14 AM BSOD Locale 1033 - Completely Fuzzled on the Issue Hi guys, I am at wits end here and this is my last resort Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Atlas Posts: 89 This post has been reported. Get the answer anil_roboApr 19, 2014, 4:34 AM Update: Yes it is the GPU. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/blue-screen-bccode-116/70bda113-799b-4b9d-ae50-ca570136e7f8
I am hoping the sudden shutdowns will stop after getting a new graphics card. Most of the issues get fixed or the user replaces the card. When running SLI/Crossfire configurations and there is only one bad card, remove the good card and work with the defect one. They ended up uninstalling the latest driver (GeForce 335.23) and reinstalling an older driver.
How are the temps? The problem occurs whenever a Timeout Detection and Recovery fails. Thanks! 3 answers Last reply Apr 19, 2014 Best Answer Oct 3, 2013 More about bsod bccode 116 Best answer cin19Oct 3, 2013, 11:23 PM Maybe the GPU, but go through Problem Event Name Bluescreen Windows 7 Thank you so much!!
Can't find your answer ? Blue Screen 1033 Windows 7 Logged patio ModeratorSage Maud' DibThanked: 1581 Experience: Beginner OS: Windows 7 Re: Computer Restarts Without Warning - Bluescreen error « Reply #12 on: April 08, 2014, 05:54:39 AM » When you Uninstall Existing Drivers Now starts the process where every action counts. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/problem-event-namebluescreen What will happen is my monitor will turn black and after a couple seconds it will say "No HDMI connection" then reboot giving me "Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown".
The timeout is about 2seconds on Windows Vista/7. Bccode 116 Fix Windows 7 Yes that is a long time but the BCC 116 error is a hard one.TESTING METHODS - Games: Play the same games you previously had problems with. - HD Video playback: During this mode it 'waits' for the card. The problem that you may be facing can be a GPU temperature problem and the drivers sweep won't help in that case.
When I am playing a game, windows will randomy restart and give me the following details upon restart:Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1 Locale ID: 1033 Additional information http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1824646/bsod-bccode-116.html I have read that it is video related "The code (BCC 116) simply means the video system could not recover. ....116's are usually heat. Problem Event Name Bluescreen Locale Id 1033 When I reinstalled the first time I had a professioanl do it for $90.00. Bccode 116 Windows 7 Temps appear to be okay.
Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Atlas Posts: 89 This post has been reported. have a peek at these guys It is an Alienware Aurora R3, (NvidiaGeforce GTS 450 graphics card). Ask ! Use a different PCI-E slot PCI Express 3.0(x16, x8)/2.0(x16) for nVidia cards. Locale Id 1033 Fix
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No adjustment to screen resolution would resolve this. In case something else gets messed up we can revert back to this point.3. Thought my computer was a goner lol. 10-04-2012, 05:54 AM #8 makinu1der2 Hardware Tech Team Join Date: Jan 2008 Location: Florida Posts: 15,298 OS: Win7,Win XP,PC LinuxOS Locale Id 1033 Windows 7 After the whole process you can use both cards again. /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////OTHER TIPS 1.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff557263%28v=VS.85%29.aspxUpdate your video drivers. Another option is to simply restart the system and mash the F8 key to bring up the Advanced Boot Options screen and select Safe Mode(without Networking). Please try the request again. this content this may help find the culprit ive used it did the job as soon as your system blue-screens when you reboot it will give a report and name the problems http://download.cnet.com/BlueS.....65136.html
Found one thing in the logs. I've opened them up, but not sure what to look for. forgot to add this. If it is a laptop it is almost certainly heat.
everything ive looked at/researched is pointing to driver problems (like updating them) what os? Has the inside of the case been cleaned of any dust/debris lately? __________________ 10-03-2012, 10:21 PM #7 hoosierboy21 Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2012 Posts: 5 OS: Windows If you have any questions feel free to use the forums.