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Windows 7: BSODs while doing anything. Mostly 3B.

27 Aug 2014   #21

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spiketheblody View Post
The link, yet again, lovely. I did try everything on the list. I'll mark this as solved as I know it won't be solved anytime soon, or ever.
There is nothing else to do for your issue that is out of the list.

This thread will never be solved if you dont want to hear the fact and take the action accordingly. Your CPU is failing despite of the temperatures are taken under control and throwing stop 0x124 BSODs.

I sincerely assisted you throughout, but I will not be there with you any more after your sarcastic comment.

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27 Aug 2014   #22

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spiketheblody View Post
The link, yet again, lovely. I did try everything on the list. I'll mark this as solved as I know it won't be solved anytime soon, or ever.
May i just say Arc, has done a brilliant job here. He has provided you with accurate support. Everyone on this Forum is a volunteer, Now back to your BSOD...

9/10 a 0x124 is a hardware fault not all hardware can be solved with a driver update. Sometimes the Hardware reaches the end of its life...

Looking at your temps, they are extremely high... I wouldn't expect your Hardware to last long in a hot environment like inside your PC for pro-longed amounts of time.

Arc has provided you with solutions to help keep your Temperature down, he has also provided you with background knowledge of the bug check you are receiving...

There is nothing else Arc can do regarding your problem, Arc has provided the support for 5 days.

Your sarcastic comment is really not needed/wanted.

However if you would like some Tips on cooling you PC/Components, im sure me and Arc would be more then happy to support you.
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