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Windows 7: BSOD playing minecraft, error 0x00000101, ntoskrnl.exe


24 Oct 2012   #1

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BSOD playing minecraft, error 0x00000101, ntoskrnl.exe

Hello everybody

Since a couple of days I get a BSOD when I play Minecraft. The BSOD appears after a few minutes of playtime. It even appears when I am in the menus.

Things i have tried:
- Updating my video card drivers
- updating my Java

I am not really that handy with computers.
If anyone can help me I would really appreciate that!

I have added the SF diagnostic files in the "Attached File"

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24 Oct 2012   #2

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Go through this thread for best reference: STOP 0x101: CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT troubleshtg
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25 Oct 2012   #3

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Today I bought 4 extra GB ram and now it doesn't BSOD but my pc did freeze up while playing minecraft.

And the link you posted didn't really help.
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25 Oct 2012   #4

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I already updated my Chipset Driversr, i have cleaned my PC now there is no dust inside.
Does somebody has some other tips? Please
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25 Oct 2012   #5

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I've called a senior analyst, a friend to take a look at your thread. Please wait.
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26 Oct 2012   #6

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What kind of freezing was experienced? Can you explain all the symptoms? Was it a progressively unresponsive system until it froze entirely, or was it an instant lock?

Other drivers you may wanna look into are your audio drivers, and any other component drivers that come with your motherboard. Also, if you have any, uninstall all software that came with the motherboard. This includes OCing utilities, monitoring software, "enhancement" software like for USB and drives, etc. Anything that isn't crucial to having your hardware function properly should be removed.

As for testing this, have you tested stability with any other games? You may also wanna try benchmarks like Heaven and Furmark. Lastly, for diagnostic testing, run Prime95 on Torture Test with Blend settings and leave it on overnight. Follow up with another overnight test with Large FFT settings instead, regardless whether the first test passes or fails. Report to us any crashes or failed tests from either of them, and specify what happened with each test.

As for the crashdumps you provided us, they are worthless for 0x101 bugchecks. You must provide us a kernel dump, which is the MEMORY.DMP file located in Windows directory. Zip it up and upload to some filesharing site like Mirrorcreator.com. 0x101 bugchecks are tough to crack, so it's a gamble how far into one I can debug.
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26 Oct 2012   #7

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Vir Gnarus View Post
What kind of freezing was experienced? Can you explain all the symptoms? Was it a progressively unresponsive system until it froze entirely, or was it an instant lock?

Other drivers you may wanna look into are your audio drivers, and any other component drivers that come with your motherboard. Also, if you have any, uninstall all software that came with the motherboard. This includes OCing utilities, monitoring software, "enhancement" software like for USB and drives, etc. Anything that isn't crucial to having your hardware function properly should be removed.

As for testing this, have you tested stability with any other games? You may also wanna try benchmarks like Heaven and Furmark. Lastly, for diagnostic testing, run Prime95 on Torture Test with Blend settings and leave it on overnight. Follow up with another overnight test with Large FFT settings instead, regardless whether the first test passes or fails. Report to us any crashes or failed tests from either of them, and specify what happened with each test.

As for the crashdumps you provided us, they are worthless for 0x101 bugchecks. You must provide us a kernel dump, which is the MEMORY.DMP file located in Windows directory. Zip it up and upload to some filesharing site like Mirrorcreator.com. 0x101 bugchecks are tough to crack, so it's a gamble how far into one I can debug.
Thanks for the answer.
Yesterday i figured out how to update my Chipset dirvers and I did that I played the game for 30 minutes and so far no freezes op BSOD.

The Freezing was instantly. PLaying normal and BAM Freeze.

I will post here if the chipset driver update worked or not. Let's keep our fingers crossed.
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26 Oct 2012   #8

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I got a Blue screen right now so it is not fixed with the chipset drivers.

And the file MEMORY.dmp is unreadable. I can't sip it in or read it.
Furmark crashes when i am editing the settings.

I am now testing Heaven
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26 Oct 2012   #9

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Heaven results:


Furmark reults:
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27 Oct 2012   #10

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Are these results good or bad?
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