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Windows 7: BSOD on logon, error 0x00000124

25 Jun 2015   #1
JCDenton

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 
BSOD on logon, error 0x00000124

Hello.

This is my first post on this well known forum. Search engine many times lead me here, and It helped me to solve some minor problems before, but this is my first serious problem with computer i can't solve on my own.
Recently I've updated my graphics card drivers using GeForce Experience software. Everything went smooth, rebooted and I had no problems. I've played some games, then decided to surf web and suddenly - as I accidentaly touched with my leg the front of the case where the wi-fi dongle was plugged - BSOD appeared. I rebooted and it happens over and over couple of seconds after the login screen appears. I can access the PC only through safe mode.


P.S. the wifi dongle is TP-Link WN722N, pretty common one, but I had some BSODS when i fiddled with it, plugging and unplugging it while computer was running. And my PSU is Tacens Radix VI 650. It might be part of the problem, because i've always had a top of the line, good branded PSU. This is supposedly a decent one, but I'd never buy something like this. Got it for free so i'm using it, but it might be a part of the problem. Rest of my specs are accessible on my profile.

P.S.2
Sorry for my terrible English.


#edit
It seems that problem was caused by Eset Smart Security. After using ESETUninstaller.exe in safemode my computer boots normally.


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25 Jun 2015   #2
Arc

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Nice.

If you experience any further BSOD, let us know then.
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