*my laptop specs are fine I know my laptop specs are not causing this
Since 3 weeks ago hitfilm had started to act strange after I tried to export a video that took 20 hours estimated time to complete even though all my other videos export in around an hour. I also should mention that this is the first time I used footage from a Nikon digital camera I even tried to convert it to a video editor friendly format but that did not help.
The first thing hitfilm did was crash when I opened projects sometimes it opened normally but then it would crash when I tried to export the video I'm currently working on. Then hitfilm would start getting graphical bugs when I opened it.
After awhile it would start crashing without even opening, sometimes hitfilm will open after I turn on my laptop from hibernation but it will then crash and occasionally it will crash my laptop altogether with this BSOD: video tdr failure
I have tried overclocking but I put the settings back into the system default and I have recently updated my AMD drivers to the latest version
Windows 10 64 bit
CPU: amd a6-7310 apu with radon r4 graphics
Gpu: amd radon r5 m330