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Windows 7: Random BSOD 0x124 occurences

18 Mar 2016   #1

Windows 7 64
Random BSOD 0x124 occurences

Hello, I've been plagued by a BSOD issue for quite a while already and ultimately I have failed to fix it by myself so I would like to ask for some help.

As a sort of user-gathered information its probably important for me to mention the following things:

1) the BSOD always gives the same 0x124 error;
2) it started right after i bought the new graphic card in november;
2.1) despite it might seem obvious that it could be caused by a faulty graphic card I've ran a few tests using Furmark, OCCT and some other software to check it and during those tests i havent gotten any bsod;
3) I have reinstalled windows recently as an attempt to fix bsod as well;
4) BSOD often occurs upon the Windows launch, sometimes during the greeting screen, sometimes a half minute after desktop loads;
5) less often BSOD occurs while im gaming or when PC is simply idling, those BSODs seem completely random and unrelated to the current load on the system but I might be wrong;
6) PC is clean from dust and it doesnt seem to be the heat issue, since BSOD often occurs on low temperatures;
7) Sometimes there are several days between BSODs and sometimes it happens 2 or 3 times in a row upon the system start as described in point 4).

Well, thats all what I can recall about my problem. Sorry if the text is huge I just wanted the post to be as thorough as possible.

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18 Mar 2016   #2

Windows 10 Pro

A few things,
1. no dump is there, I can't read what could be a reason due to the language.
2. only a few hotfixes, it is highly recommended to keep your system up to date.
3. Please post the report of Windows Genuine and Activation Issue Posting Instruction
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