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Windows 7: BSOD @ Random Times error 0x00000124

24 Sep 2013   #11
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And here is the conclusion:

Dismantle the PC. Clean everything inside, carefully. Clean the air vents and fan grills, so that it can blow the hot air out effectively. Then remove thermal paste that was already applied and apply new thermal paste.



If you put a load on the CPU before cleaning the earlier applied thermal paste, it will become soft and easily removable.

Do it and let us know if anything have changed there or not.


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24 Sep 2013   #12
Newtorfer

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If I couldn't do that, is there any other way to improve?
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25 Sep 2013   #13
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Newtorfer View Post
If I couldn't do that, is there any other way to improve?
Yes Ask a technician to do it for you, against a charge.

It may be only the thermal paste which got dried, mate. If re-applying the paste may save you from getting a new CPU, why not try it at first?
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25 Sep 2013   #14
Newtorfer

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Yeah, alright. I'll have a go at it myself. Will post again once it's done.
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25 Sep 2013   #15
Newtorfer

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Just got another BSOD

I didn't apply the new thermal paste yet, but I'd appreciate it if you'd check it out anyway.


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26 Sep 2013   #16
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Newtorfer View Post
Just got another BSOD

I didn't apply the new thermal paste yet, but I'd appreciate it if you'd check it out anyway.
Till you dont do what is suggested earlier, BSODs will continue to occur, and no more crash dump analysis can do anything good.

Report us only after re-applying the thermal paste.
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26 Sep 2013   #17
Newtorfer

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http://puu.sh/4B3Wb.png Result after running my computer after a couple of minutes.
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26 Sep 2013   #18
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27 Sep 2013   #19
Newtorfer

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Both of those images were taken with an open case. I actually took my hair dryer and blew cold air into the cpu fan. It went down to 50 c after 2 minutes of cold air.
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27 Sep 2013   #20
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Newtorfer View Post
http://puu.sh/4B3Wb.png Result after running my computer after a couple of minutes.
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Both of those images were taken with an open case. I actually took my hair dryer and blew cold air into the cpu fan. It went down to 50 c after 2 minutes of cold air.
Have you reapplied the thermal paste? I am not getting any confirmation about it in three of your last posts.
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