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Windows 7: How can i solve this blue screen error ?

31 Oct 2009   #11
sister 101

windows 7 ultimate X32
 
 

Hi John

sorry my bad didnt look there for a moment both report and exe icons where the same...here u go its uploaded


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31 Oct 2009   #12
sister 101

windows 7 ultimate X32
 
 

Here is the rest of it

let me know if u need some more stuff
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31 Oct 2009   #13
sister 101

windows 7 ultimate X32
 
 

there we go
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31 Oct 2009   #14
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Minidumps remain the same - all STOP 0x124 w/param 1 = 0

Seeing a large number of problems with Gigabyte boards and STOP 0x124. I'd suggest removing any Gigabyte utilities.

Also, you have IOBit security installed. Please get another free antivirus to take it's place - then uninstall it and install the free antivirus to see if it stops crashing on you.

Beyond that I'm at a loss. It's time to start ripping things out (programs and hardware) until you can find some sort of stability.
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22 Nov 2009   #15
acadianfragz

windows vista ultimate x86
 
 

ok i think i know what this **** is its nvidia driver tell me poeple is every one is using nvidia cuz i even got on ubuntu instaled the new drivers and BAM THE SAME THING and for not the least i tryed xp and the same thing but only when im trying to play a game this should be nvidia related problem and its rlllyyy anoooyyyinnnngggg for the price i paid for this and its crashing on me mmmm that stupid guys do somthing XD
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07 May 2010   #16
mskh

windows 7
 
 
i think !!!

i think u all just need to change ur ram position to other slot
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