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It can't be true that i have to reinstall dcs a second time in a week just because i can't custom my keys

 

i click on options, customize my keys and click ok and then dcs crashes with a blue screen, then i have to restart dcs and all my custom keys are again on default, i do it again and the same happens again and again...

 

and those guys from the support told me i have to reboot something, shortly: i don't know what they want that i need to do, so does anyone else can help me? i just can't play dcs like this! and DCS don't has anything to repair

My specs are:

 

Prozessor

Intel Core i7-4558U Processor( 2,80GHz 1600MHz 4MB)

Windows 8.1 Update 64

Bildschirm

27" All In One with Multi-touch function 2560 x 1440

Grafik

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 850A 2GB

Speicher

8.0GB PC3-12800 DDR3L 1600 MHz

Festplatte

1TB + 8GB 5400 rpm

Integrierter Wi-Fi-/WLAN-Adapter

Lenovo BGN Wireless

Bluetooth

Bluetooth-Version 4.0

 

And please ED, you should definitly have a better german translator, because per example in combined arms, the translations are just as wrong as possible ( some of them).

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Crashing to a blue screen is unusual.

 

I'd first update all the hardware drivers such as the graphics card, BIOS, and make sure windows auto updater is running.

 

Then, if you still have issues, try deleting the inputs folder in C:/User/**name**/saved games/DCS/Config. It'll be recreated as soon as you restart DCS World.

 

Then as you add the new key mapping, do it in steps, and see if one of the keys in particular you add causes the issue.

 

I suspect that as it is crashing straight to a blue screen, it is an issue with Windows, and hopefully updating your drivers should solve the problem.

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Its a windows problem. You should attempt a repair of the OS or restore from a backup if you have done the appropriate steps to have them. Scan for viruses and malware in safe mode would be a good idea. Remove unneeded software from the control panel.

If all that fails, format and reinstall. Its not a DCS problem.

 

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nope, sorry, it still gets into blue screen, and all of my drivers should have the newest version

 

If you can attach all the Blue Screen Mini Dump files and I can open and analyze and tell you what driver is causing the halt state and reason if one is given.

(usually in C:\Windows\MiniDumps\ )

 

However, if you are experiencing several halt states a day, its likely a hardware issue or driver issue with a specific device.


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Its a windows problem. You should attempt a repair of the OS or restore from a backup if you have done the appropriate steps to have them. Scan for viruses and malware in safe mode would be a good idea. Remove unneeded software from the control panel.

If all that fails, format and reinstall. Its not a DCS problem.

 

Dale

 

 

No, it's not a "Windows" problem... its a problem specific to the user's set up, otherwise everybody else would be getting it - and just like the Phantom Agents (60's tv series), a full disc scrub/ Op. Sys. reinstall is a last resort

A BSOD is a hardware glitch

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The blue screen is damn hard to diagnose, but usually comes down to a hardware problem. Is this a relatively new system? Check for:

 

- cpu overheating

- cpu clocked too high

- incompatible memory sims

- incorrect memory timing

- incorrect BIO setting

- unstable motherboard chipset (not so common anymore)

 

It cannot be caused to a windows application.

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You guys might want to try this out -

http://www.resplendence.com/whocrashed

 

I found out, through this little utility, that my CH Products connected to USB 3 ports on my motherboard were locking up. I moved them to USB 2 ports and things went away.

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