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Windows 7: Random BSOD 0x00000101

27 Jan 2015   #11
xXx Xander xXx

Windows 7 Professional x64

But, with another CPU the mobo works OK!. And the CPU in toher mobo works Ok too, I don't understand.

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28 Jan 2015   #12

Windows 10 Professional x64

Oh, then upgrade your prossecor drivers. If it wont work and still BSODs then i recommend you to replace the CPU.
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