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Windows 7: Various BSOD's while gaming. 0x124 most frequent

05 Mar 2013   #1
Tracid1

Windows 7 Professional x64 Bit
 
 
Various BSOD's while gaming. 0x124 most frequent

Hello there. A few months back I received my friend's old computer which was a pretty significant upgrade from mine. He had informed that said PC would Blue-screen every so often. This was the case, and it happened usually once a day. The BSOD Stop codes I would get were either 0x124 or 0x0A (I believe). It has been a little while since I have seen 0x0A, but lately my PC gets a BSOD error quite frequently (multiple times a day). It is *usually* 0x124, but I have seen all of these so far: 0x124, 0x1E, 0x50, 0x3B, 0x7F and 0xD1. Now for the past two days or so, it has only been 0x124, and after rebooting is immediately followed by 0x1E upon loading to the desktop. Just last night, however I did also get a 0x50 stop code as well, which, I believe is what said something about a page fault in a non-paged area. I have only seen that error code twice now, but it still raises questions. I have tried updating drivers and all that typical mumbo-jumbo. I know I have overlooked something for sure. I have uploaded a folder containing all the DMP files from the beginning of March, 2013 to present day. Any help or insight is greatly appreciated!


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05 Mar 2013   #2
Andreas W

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

I don't know how to read "crash dump files" but on my system the 0x124 and 0x0A means that the cpu/ram aren't getting enough power, is the computer overclocked perhaps?
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05 Mar 2013   #3
Tracid1

Windows 7 Professional x64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Andreas W View Post
I don't know how to read "crash dump files" but on my system the 0x124 and 0x0A means that the cpu/ram aren't getting enough power, is the computer overclocked perhaps?
To be quite honest, I don't even know how to tell.
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06 Mar 2013   #4
Andreas W

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

You could try and go into the bios and set set everything to default and see if that changes anything and if that don't change anything I guess you need to wait for someone who understands those dump files
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06 Mar 2013   #5
Northernsoul55

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Hi Tracid1,

There is a lot of info missing from your zip file.
Please run the SF Tool and click "Grab All" then wait for each window to pop up and click ok.

Here are the instructions for posting:

https://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html

Cheers

Dave
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06 Mar 2013   #6
Tracid1

Windows 7 Professional x64 Bit
 
 

Oh shoot. I did in fact click the "Grab All" button on the SF tool. Only one other folder came up but I disregarded it, as it had only two files in it. "System Event" and something else. But as for a status update, I did a few things yesterday evening that seemed to have made something of an improvement. First, I followed along with the guide for solving a stop 0x124 error, wherein I removed the side panel off the PC to help increase air-flow. While doing that I noticed a *large* collection of dust built up on the heat-sink/fan (aka "Cooler Master"). I cleaned all the off, and also moved my RAM sticks into the other two slots on the MoBo. Lastly, I did in fact enter the BIOS and reset to default. With all that, I have not experienced a BSOD in over 15 hours, and my PC was left running all night. So far this is fantastic news. However, if a BSOD does occur I will definitely create an update as to the situation in a new post. For now I will classify this as 'Solved'.
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06 Mar 2013   #7
Northernsoul55

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Good news and good job... glad its sorted.

Cheers

Dave
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