Ive been having some crashing issues with my old Fujitsu simens "Scalero X"
Its an old AMD one from like 2002 or something, with AMD 64 dual core i think.
The motherboard is MSI MS-7125 Rev 2
Its running Windows 7 ("designed" for Xp - but worked well with Windows 7 too)
I put in an XFX gtx260 card, as well as an extra HDD and better CPU cooler- and it has worked for years flawlessly.
Never overclocked it I might add.
I'm sorry, I don't have the full specs with me here and now, but i hope this gives a general idea at least.
It is my brothers computer, and its a decent machine for the games he plays.
It could even handle Skyrim on low to low/medium settings without any "real" issues. To the issue itself:
Two weeks or so it got a BSOD for the first time with the code 0x000000124 code.
I cant really say how or when exactly because "I did not cause them", not my computer as mentioned.
Even though I am pretty good with computers, this one i cant figure out by myself.
Now, I cant boot up the system much anymore;
Today out of like 10 tries, 8 of them it did not boot up (fan started at full speed, HDDs started, but no image on screen)
when only 1 time it did boot. It got the BSOD after about 10 - 20 minutes of "easy load" tasks.
Like browsing the hdd after the dump files.
The Chipset cooling fan is bad - this i know (having a hard time starting up itself without a little "push").
Though it have not been an issue before really (I know i know, its still not good :P lol).
Because the computer is old i would not be surprised if the bios battery is dying too.
Anyway - i don't have the time to check threw everything myself, inside a reasonable time frame.
So here i am now asking you guys for help ! Whatever you find - good or bad, dose not matter.
I will be glad for the help anyway
I hope it can be fixed though, I don't want to disappoint my brother
Again, I appreciate any help you can give me on this issue
Let me know if i missed something, and cheers in advance!