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Windows 7: Keep getting BSOD - 0x00000124

13 May 2013   #11
karmacronicle

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit - Build 7601
 
 

OK, thank you Cipley. It is much appreciated.

some more info I forgot to add: sometimes the computer starts stuttering/sticking, sometimes it gets over it but most of the time it goes to a BSOD.


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13 May 2013   #12
carwiz

Windows 7 Pro-x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by karmacronicle View Post
I went into overclocking and put everything back to the default settings. I assume this clears any overclocking profile.

Here is the screenshot:


Is one of my fans not working, as it says 0 RPM?
I don't see a screen shot. All I see is a link to some upload site then a button to download some file. Sorry, not for me. If you want anybody to see it, use the attach tool (paper clip) in the message reply header and load it directly from your PC.
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13 May 2013   #13
Pauly

Win7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Lets not get past those temps you were reporting, they seem too high and too quick
Fans reporting 0 rpm is not uncommon but definately needs checking

I recommend you take side of machine and visually check all fans are spinning and while your in there shutdown unplug and do a bit of spring cleaning in particular around the cpu heatsink

The type of hardware error your are getting are commonly caused by overheating or psu faults more than physical mobo/cpu faults so thats where i would start
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13 May 2013   #14
karmacronicle

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit - Build 7601
 
 

[QUOTE=carwiz;2396720]
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by karmacronicle View Post
I don't see a screen shot. All I see is a link to some upload site then a button to download some file. Sorry, not for me. If you want anybody to see it, use the attach tool (paper clip) in the message reply header and load it directly from your PC.
Sorry about that, the screenshots had been working that way for me before.

anyhow, I have attached the screenshot.
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13 May 2013   #15
karmacronicle

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit - Build 7601
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pauly View Post
Lets not get past those temps you were reporting, they seem too high and too quick
Fans reporting 0 rpm is not uncommon but definately needs checking

I recommend you take side of machine and visually check all fans are spinning and while your in there shutdown unplug and do a bit of spring cleaning in particular around the cpu heatsink

The type of hardware error your are getting are commonly caused by overheating or psu faults more than physical mobo/cpu faults so thats where i would start

The inside is clean as I delicately hovered it thoroughly about 2 weeks ago. I have one back fan which is spinning, one large front fan which is spinning and a device called Arctic cooling Freezer 13 which is spinning. So 3 fans that are all spinning, so probably a communication error with speed fan?

I ran the 10 minute sensor test on Real Temp. (from what I can tell) what that does is open Prime 95 and runs the small FTT test. The temp goes to 85C and then Realtemp makes it drop to 40 odd while Prime is still running.
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13 May 2013   #16
carwiz

Windows 7 Pro-x64
 
 

Which fan is for the CPU? Does it show a speed change during Prime? Where's the 5v line voltage?
The drop in temp is good. I wouldn't expect 85c. to hurt the processor. 90+ might but it will start throttling to save itself and these will show up in the system event log. I'm leaning toward the power supply. It's may be on it's way out but I would get a second opinion from another tester like HWiNFO64. Just don't run more than one at a time.

No System Specs. Any add-in video cards? How many disks? How many USB devices?
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13 May 2013   #17
karmacronicle

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit - Build 7601
 
 

I ran Prime95 for an hour using the small FFT test to test the temps more than anything. The highest they went was 65. However the Blend test still makes the PC BSOD.
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13 May 2013   #18
karmacronicle

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit - Build 7601
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by carwiz View Post
Which fan is for the CPU? Does it show a speed change during Prime? Where's the 5v line voltage?
The drop in temp is good. I wouldn't expect 85c. to hurt the processor. 90+ might but it will start throttling to save itself and these will show up in the system event log. I'm leaning toward the power supply. It's may be on it's way out but I would get a second opinion from another tester like HWiNFO64. Just don't run more than one at a time.

No System Specs. Any add-in video cards? How many disks? How many USB devices?
Sorry but I don't quite understand what you mean with the 5v line voltage and the no system specs? I ran the program you mentioned, hopefully that gives you the information you need.

The Arctic cooler is plugged into the motherboard, the other 2 fans are attached to the Chassis.
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13 May 2013   #19
carwiz

Windows 7 Pro-x64
 
 

You need to run the Sensor option in HWiNFO. That screen doesn't show the voltages.

Apparently, Speed Fan doesn't include monitoring of the 5v line. It is as important as the 12v line since it powers most peripheral electronics.

In the lower left of your posts is the link "My System Specs". If this is filled in, folks that try to help can just look at the specs to help identify what system components you have. It's not required but many times it helps.
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13 May 2013   #20
karmacronicle

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit - Build 7601
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by carwiz View Post
You need to run the Sensor option in HWiNFO. That screen doesn't show the voltages.

Apparently, Speed Fan doesn't include monitoring of the 5v line. It is as important as the 12v line since it powers most peripheral electronics.

In the lower left of your posts is the link "My System Specs". If this is filled in, folks that try to help can just look at the specs to help identify what system components you have. It's not required but many times it helps.
ok, Iv attached the screenshot in 2 parts. Specs updated.
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