Laptop crashes during gaming while plugged in to AC without the batteries on (Dell Inspiron 14R) Hi. I have a brand new Dell Inspiron 14R and I have tried playing games(AC 3 and 4, Skyrim, Dishonored etc) on it while the battery is attached and it works perfectly fine.
Join the GeForce community. Browse categories, post your questions, or just chat with other members.Posted by brad.g.nixon: “pc crashes when i plug my graphics tablet in”.Restarted comp then I plugged in the USB slot first and then waited about 5 sec to plug in the display port. Doing this seemed to solve my issue because i havent had any applications crash on me since and its been about 2 hours which is a new record for not crashing. Hopefully this works for you guys.
When I plugged in the headphone into the audio jack, there is no sound. The sound is coming from the internal speakers. I just installed System Mechanic and ran a system analysis. I don't know if the registry was changed or what. There is not a problem with the headphone; I tried another headpho.
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Games and only games crash when laptop is plugged in.. Once I plug it in the fan kicks up and go crazy then it boots me out of the game and gives this very long line of code but it’s from the epic games launcher. The system crashes on my wife as well when she plays sims 4 although we haven’t Tried it without it plugged in. The only.
When I play videogames my laptop will get a black screen, then shut off or restart. I was thinking this was an overheating problem, but i undervolted both CPU and GPU. For the CPU I used XTU (-0.135mV and I tried others values too) and for the GPU MSI Afterburner. The crash mostly occurs is graphicly intensive games like GTA V or Just cause 3. I.
It's very simple. Since ideally graphic card shouldn't destabilize the systems or stop working themselves, the problem must be in the drivers. Either your graphic driver is buggy or it's colliding with some other driver. In either case, first upda.
RE: Plug In Ethernet Causes Computer Crash You are welcome, I am happy to hear that my solution helped to fix your problem. It is a pretty ridiculous problem so I am glad I could save someone the time of troubleshooting their computer over something so simple.
I guess that if you can play games normally when the AC adapter is not plugged in, then it's not the GPU. Perhaps there's some sort of strange issue with the battery. I'd suggest that you disconnect the battery and turn on the laptop with only the AC adapter connected, then try playing some games to see if the same thing happens.
I had issue that when I plugged a certain flash drive in and I clicked on it the whole computer froze for a minute and even then I coulcn't open it, it simply disappeared. I followed your steps, I added the new variable, uninstalled the bad driver and everything, restarted the computer, but the issue wasn't solved and even more, now my computer keeps freezing all the time even when said flash.
Alienware 17 freezes when gaming and plugged into ac adapter but not when running on battery Over the past year i have had a problem on and off with my alienware 17 laptop. While playing games with the power adapter attached i usually have a problem with the game freezing causing me to have to hard reboot my computer but when i play on my battery it works perfectly fine.
I am having a problem with consistent driver crashes when playing games (usually MMO's). I am running these games on a Gateway P7915u with a GTX 260M and the laptop was previously able to run these types of games flawlessly.
Laptop freezing with power cord plugged in - posted in Internal Hardware: This is the first time Ive been to this site, so Im hoping to gain some knowledge on why this is happening, with a.
I've already made sure that the game is using my nvidia graphics card as a default, made sure that my laptop is using the same power plan when it's plugged in and running on battery, made sure that the power plans are absolutely identical, checked that I fulfil the minimum requirements for the game, checked that nvidia is using the same settings for on and off charge, updated my graphics.
Long story short, sometimes when I plug in my headset (more than half the time I'd say), my computer either freezes and I have to shut it down, or reboots right away. Needless to say it doesn't make a lot of sense to me. The headset is a turtle beach earforce X11 in case that matters.
It is a good practice to play games with your laptop plugged in because: It does not put a burden on the battery life and plus your laptop runs most efficiently while plugged in. You can play for hours without worrying as power is drawn from the outlet not your battery.