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Windows 7: BSOD playing Red Orchestra 2, source: kernel power, error 0x124

16 Oct 2011   #1
PumaTheSatan

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
BSOD playing Red Orchestra 2, source: kernel power, error 0x124

Well, not much more needs to be said. It just started spontaniously. I already made a topic here once, regarding the similar 0x124 errors, well guys, if you are still interested then let me say that the problem then was the antivirus and not the RAM as many of you suspected. Anyway, I am back since yesterday, spontanious bsods occured to me AGAIN. No pattern, no warnings. The bsod error code is 0x124 and the source is said to be kernel power. Well, I managed to fix it for a few hours by pushing the cables in, thinking that *power* might be the problem. Well, damn, the screens are back. There seem to be too many options and I do not look forward to messing with my BIOS until I consult the computer magicians on here. Heh. Heh. Heh.


Here are the dumps:


And thanks in advance.


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16 Oct 2011   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by PumaTheSatan View Post
Well, not much more needs to be said. It just started spontaniously. I already made a topic here once, regarding the similar 0x124 errors, well guys, if you are still interested then let me say that the problem then was the antivirus and not the RAM as many of you suspected. Anyway, I am back since yesterday, spontanious bsods occured to me AGAIN. No pattern, no warnings. The bsod error code is 0x124 and the source is said to be kernel power. Well, I managed to fix it for a few hours by pushing the cables in, thinking that *power* might be the problem. Well, damn, the screens are back. There seem to be too many options and I do not look forward to messing with my BIOS until I consult the computer magicians on here. Heh. Heh. Heh.


Here are the dumps:


And thanks in advance.
As Jonathan_king walked you through last time it is hardware and ram is usually the first thing to check,

It could be power, it could be heat but it is a piece of hardware in distress.

Did your RAM pass at least 7 passes in Memtest?

Have you run memtest now?

Have you re-installed the OS?
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17 Oct 2011   #3
PumaTheSatan

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

RAM is out of the question. No reinstallation of OS. Just cleaned my pc so I am awaiting the next bsod. If it won't happen in the next day, I will mark the thread as solved. Thank you for replying, mr zigzag.
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17 Oct 2011   #4
PumaTheSatan

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Next bsod occured. The cleaning must've fixed something, the gameplay was more or less (likely more) 2 hours compared to 15 minutes before that. Any more ideas? Could that be perhaps... nod32 or catalyst control center? Any suggestions? Please?
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