|09 Mar 2012||#1|
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BSOD: Different times/loads/uptime
Update: I noticed 322 views of the post and three views of the BSOD file. I am *not* trying to act self-entitled or bitchy, but I'm wondering why no one has responded. Please don't think I'm suggesting I deserve an immediate answer -- I'm only asking because the reason why no one has responded might help in my own diagnosis. If nothing's immediately evident in the attached files, then maybe I need to dig deeper on my own. If I pulled some kind of noob mistke in failing to meet the posting guidelines, then I need to review that. If the answer's so glaringly obvious I shouldn't have posted, then I'm missing something that's just over my head. So I'm asking you, gentle reader, to please let me know why you read this and choose not to respond. I moderate two forums in other subjects, so I know how this will probably be misinterpreted as self-entitled bitching along the lines of "why haven't I been helped yet!!!!?!?!?!" but it really intended just to ask for feedback of a different type - by letting me know why you arent' responding, you are in fact helping me better understand the problem I have. I hope that's how this update is interpreted, and I hope this doesn't make anyone kind enough to read this with helping in mind mad.
Thanks so much for your time and help with this.
FYI: This is an exact duplicate of a system I built a few months ago, and had BSOD probs with. Updating my SSD firmware fixed that issue and the other system is stable as a rock, but this one crashes multiple times a day.
BSOD happens under load or no load, sometimes after few minutes up other times hours and hours up.
Very frustrating... VERY thankful for your insight or help. THANKS!!!
x-58 (LGA 1366) Core i7 960
24G RAM (tried running from 800 to 1333 w/no effect on BSOD freq)
Vertex 3 SSD (updated to newest firmware)
ATI HD 5670
Windows 7 Ultimate 64
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|10 Mar 2012||#2|
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You have a hardware error (0x124). Read the following thread and see if any of it's fixes work.
Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try
In this order:
Test your hardware using Prime95. Watch your machine's temps and stop the test if it starts to overheat. Let it run for up to 2 hours or until errors have been found.
Hardware - Stress Test With Prime95
Test your RAM using Memtest86+. Let it run until 6-8 passes have completed or errors have been found.
RAM - Test with Memtest86+
Test your video card using Furmark. Watch your machine's temps and stop the test if it starts to overheat or artifacts appear on the screen.
Video Card - Stress Test with Furmark
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