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Windows 7: Sporadic BSODs: usually 0x00000124

26 Feb 2014   #1
MDSalerno

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 
Sporadic BSODs: usually 0x00000124

Hello,

I've been experiencing sporadic BSODs on my home PC. I'm not quite sure what is causing them; they seem to occur most frequently when I'm watching videos on my web browsers, however, this is not the only time they occur. I've had BSODs occur during various activities including gaming, using MS Word, and letting the computer idle. Often times, the frequency of the BSODs worsens to the point that the computer will BSOD as I try to sign into my Windows user account. At this point, I do a hard reset, which brings the frequency of the BSODs back to "tolerable" levels, allowing me to log back into Windows. As the title suggests, the error code is usually 0x00000124 although I occasionally receive different codes. Any help in diagnosing the cause of this issue would be greatly appreciated.

I'm attaching the dump files that I acquired using the tool provided by these forums. I also provided my system specs when I registered for sevenforums.

Thank you


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28 Feb 2014   #2
MDSalerno

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

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