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Brayden5
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Computer crash, while im playing a certain game.

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So I started playing call of duty mobile, but on my pc. I had to download something called gameloop, which is the launcher for the game. Then i had to download the game. Well i used to not have problems playing the game. All of a sudden My pc will go to a blue screen that says error code: attempt_write_readonly_memory. It also says unisafe.sys. It does this no matter what i do. I've tried uninstalling drivers, and restarting my computer, ive tried running sfc/ runnow in the cmd console. Ive tried going to multiple different support people, and nothing they say helps. 

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@Brayden5 , welcome to the forum.

 

I don't believe that there is a problem with your computer.  I believe that there is a conflict with Gameloop and Win 10.  The errors that you are receiving are normally software based.  It could be that a glitch occurred while installing Gameloop or the game itself.  I suggest going to Gameloop's Tech Support site to see if others are having the same problem.

 

I have been down this road in the past, myself.  It always turned out to be a problem with the software.



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@Brayden5 , welcome to the forum.

 

I don't believe that there is a problem with your computer.  I believe that there is a conflict with Gameloop and Win 10.  The errors that you are receiving are normally software based.  It could be that a glitch occurred while installing Gameloop or the game itself.  I suggest going to Gameloop's Tech Support site to see if others are having the same problem.

 

I have been down this road in the past, myself.  It always turned out to be a problem with the software.



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