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  • Game crashing LiveKernelEvent 141, 171, Display 4101 (Display driver amdkmdag stopped responding and has successfully recovered.)

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    FirstCiv
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    I am having crashes randomly when I am playing Assassin's Creed Valhalla. The screen goes black, then the application closes and windows doesn't crash. I already clean installed Windows 10 twice and used DDU to install AMD drivers, however the issue persists. This PC is new, 2 months old.
    For the first month I had no problems, then Windows started crashing with bugcheck whenever I stressed the GPU (gaming and Furmark), after I removed and plugged again both PCI cables into my GPU again, Windows stopped crashing, but I started having this Display 4101 events.
    I didn't overclock any hardware and updated AMD chipset, sound and GPU drive.
    My Config:
    Windows 10 Pro Version 20H2 Build 19042.804 (installed after deleting all partitions)
    AMD Adrenalin 21.2.2 (installed with DDU and in safe mode)
    Rx 6800 XT Sapphire Nitro+
    AMD 5800X
    MSI MPG B550 GAMING EDGE WIFI Bios version 7C91v15 (installed using the Flash Bios button)
    Water Cooler SilverStone PF360-ARGB
    HyperX Fury, 32GB (4x8GB), 3600MHz, DDR4, CL17, HX436C17FB3K4/32
    Acer Predator X34 34"
    Sharkoon 850W, 80 Plus Gold, SilentStorm CoolZero

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