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Windows 7: BSOD 0x124

26 Mar 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate N x86
BSOD 0x124

I hope you guys can help me out. I'm receiving this BSOD for about 1 year i tried everything i could. The machine is a hp pavilion dv5-1026 laptop. I get this BSOD totally random. When watching youtube or a 720p movie or just when typing something in Word. I get it if my system is running at full throttle or just idle. When i first get this error message i take it back to shop and it was there for about 2 month. When they finished they told me they tried it with an external hdd and it worked so an OS reinstall will solve my problem. You can guess its not solved anything. Since then i tried XP, Vista and Win7 32/64 bit i get the 0x124 bsod on everything except xp cuz its called 0x9c on it so i get that one, tried the latest bios from hp website, latest drivers from hp and then from the manufacturers site.. nothing worked. I took it apart tried reseated/cleaned/dusted everything inside my case and changed my cooling fan for a faster one. Temps look good but 0x124 wasn't gone. Next i tried running tests. First memtest, maybe the RAM is bad, but no it pass without a single error. I dont believed in it so i tried it with a RAM from a friends of mine but it still wont worked. Running prime95, everest without a single error. Tried OCCT and the fluffy donut test too, everything looks good from the tests. I think that maybe my hard drive faulty because they tell me it worked with an external one so i bought one. It didn't solve anything. The next part i changed, was my cpu because of the minidumps. I had a Turion RM-70 processor i changed it to a Turion X2 Ultra ZM-84, but bsod still happens. I tried to remove everything that i dont need the DVD drive, the onboard sound, my wifi card, the quicklaunch buttons still bsod's. So i thought its a faulty motherboard that causing my problem because i ruled out everything else i can took out from my notebook. Guess what? I get my new motherboard its the same Quanta 3600 board. Still bsod with the old and the new processor too. I tried to increase voltage with K10Stat cuz HP Insyde bios is really useless.. it seems like its more stable but still getting bsods just say 2 in a day not 5. So it looks like an incompatibility issue or what? i really dont understand it. So if someone can pls help me out. Thanks. I attached my Windows_NT6_BSOD_jcgriff2 folder and perfmon report.

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26 Mar 2011   #2

Windows 10 Pro x64, Arch Linux

BC 0x124 is caused by internal defects in the laptop's components, you should replace it
Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try
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