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Windows 7: Can 0X124,x3B Be Caused by Overclocking?

21 Jan 2011   #11

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

Ya, for example I have windows 64-bit pro and I "upgraded" to it. thats why I have the quotes around upgrade, because it isnt really an upgrade, it just rewrites over all the windows system files

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06 Feb 2011   #12
Johnathan Lyman

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Just as a heads up, I hadn't had any problems until a few minutes ago. I left my PC running World of Warcraft as I went to make lunch and came back to a black screen that i had to hard restart. Restarted and was told I crashed with 0x3b.

I attached the most recent dump.
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 Can 0X124,x3B Be Caused by Overclocking?

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