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Windows 7: Intel core i5 2500k 0x0000124 help!

01 Nov 2011   #11
pooch

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Hello loox

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Why will i uninstall my old anitvirus? will that help?
Symantec has known problems with drivers, I would do as zigzag suggests, if the problem does not go after it is uninstalled, you can always reinstall Symantec.

Reading through the posts I would concentrate on a memory problem, if resetting the defaults in BIOS does not fix the problem, try removing one stick of RAM and see what happens. If the problem persists I would then try with just the other stick.

Also running memtest as suggested by essenbe is a good idea.


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10 Nov 2011   #12
loox

windows 7 gome premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pooch View Post
Hello loox

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by loox View Post
Why will i uninstall my old anitvirus? will that help?
Symantec has known problems with drivers, I would do as zigzag suggests, if the problem does not go after it is uninstalled, you can always reinstall Symantec.

Reading through the posts I would concentrate on a memory problem, if resetting the defaults in BIOS does not fix the problem, try removing one stick of RAM and see what happens. If the problem persists I would then try with just the other stick.

Also running memtest as suggested by essenbe is a good idea.
The only thing i havent try is to uninstall the antivirus, i will do that and do a reboot and cheack if it works. Have been running memtest,stick 1 and just stick 2 no change with the BSOD. Any more ides?

Thanks for replays!
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