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Windows 7: BSOD after changing cpu and unlocking all its core, error 0x00000101

15 Sep 2015   #1
baibumz09

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 
BSOD after changing cpu and unlocking all its core, error 0x00000101

After changing cpu(AMD FX 6300) Im getting BSOD on normal startup with all 6 core unlock but booting in safe mode doesn't give me any error plus running only 4 cores disabling 5 and 6 cores in bios remove the bsod error on normal startup.


Please help and thanks in advance.


Update: tried to run it again today using all 6 cores but it crashes with the same bsod tried disabling 3-4 core in bios and enable 5-6 core and it work fine so that means theirs no faulty core that causing the prob but a driver/software issue or its vcore and psu.



Update2: Anyone who can look at the .dmp file so I can determine if its software or driver issue? Please help I really need to run all 6 cores and the technician I hired will come for like 2 weeks coz his out of town.


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22 Sep 2015   #2
baibumz09

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

ok finally solve my problem i disabled cool and quite, turbo boost and set core speed in bios to 3.5ghz and it fix the prob for me, Im guessing it had to do with turbo boost.
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