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Windows 7: BSOD with increasing freq, 0124

11 Mar 2016   #11
essobee33034

Windows 7 professional 64bit sp 1
 
 

On the main menu, the option (t) for test selection, which options in particular should I do? It seems all of the tests are by default set to ON with an asterisk.


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11 Mar 2016   #12
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

I've never seen and experienced problems when the settings are default.
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12 Mar 2016   #13
essobee33034

Windows 7 professional 64bit sp 1
 
 

I rebooted again last night and let her rip. This AM, after 10.5hrs, it is still not done, but I have 6 errors. It was too dark to take a picture, but it states.

Test 13 Address:27804574 Expected ffffffff Actual ffff7fff
Ram may be succeptible to hammer based.....

There are 2 other addresses that are also repeated through the first 2 cores.

Still running when I left for work this AM.
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12 Mar 2016   #14
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

I'll repeat what you can find too in the tutorial

If >=1 (1 or more) errors are found, you can stop the test and test each stick in each (used) slots to find out if a stick or slot is at fault.
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15 Mar 2016   #15
essobee33034

Windows 7 professional 64bit sp 1
 
 

Just an update.

I cannot run prime95. Instant bsod. Cannot load Intel burn test from safe mode.

Mem test 86, I get hammer test errors only, but varying numbers with different locations with repeated testing. No changes for better or worse with one card or the other or different slots. I will try some new ram when it arrives tomorrow.

The furmark graphics test was fine. It leveled out relatively quickly, did not get hot, and I saw no screen errors.

Chkdsk was fine on hdd and ssd. Sea tools on hdd was perfect and hd tools was clean on both ssd and hdd.

I will upload an updated dump file when some files are finished backing up.
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16 Mar 2016   #16
essobee33034

Windows 7 professional 64bit sp 1
 
 

OK, it wasn't the RAM. New ram, try to run PRIME95, instant BSOD. Is it my processor?
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17 Mar 2016   #17
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

It sounds like it yes.
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22 Mar 2016   #18
essobee33034

Windows 7 professional 64bit sp 1
 
 

Update. Got a new processor, this time an AMD processor which required a new mobo... new ram. Installed everything, hit the power switch and got nada. Looks like it was the power supply the whole time. Ran with the old mobo, but the new one must have required something different that it wouldn't power on. Now I've got a mobo, processor, and ram for a hackintosh project my son wants to do. Thanks for your help.
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