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Windows 7: Computer shuts down at random and displays BSOD

28 Aug 2017   #11
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Not sure if I can confirm.

4 dumps total:
- 1 0x124 = write error on either of the caches of the CPU
- 2 0x124 = read error on cache 1 at core 1
- 0x24, is about overwriting an attribute of a file, when removing the allocation and clearing the cache from the file system cache the reference pointer to the page seems to be wrong resulting in a page from something else being deleted which could cause a lot of problems if it wasn't caught.
- 0x50, some NTFS due to an IO operation from the AV that goes wrong.


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28 Aug 2017   #12
shstudent

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Hi Roy

Thanks for your quick response.

I have gone to the link with your suggested fix and realize that it will take some time for me to read and understand. Being a novice to all this I am therefore going to set aside some time to do this. As soon as I am through, I will let you know the outcome.

Thank you so much again.
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28 Aug 2017   #13
shstudent

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
Not sure if I can confirm.

4 dumps total:
- 1 0x124 = write error on either of the caches of the CPU
- 2 0x124 = read error on cache 1 at core 1
- 0x24, is about overwriting an attribute of a file, when removing the allocation and clearing the cache from the file system cache the reference pointer to the page seems to be wrong resulting in a page from something else being deleted which could cause a lot of problems if it wasn't caught.
- 0x50, some NTFS due to an IO operation from the AV that goes wrong.

axe0

I do not have a clue as to what you posted. Could you please break this down for me and suggest the simplest fix possible.

Thanks much.
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29 Aug 2017   #14
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

What the 0x124 basically says "abort everything that's running and crash the system, a hardware error has occured"

The 0x24, the intern systems of Windows need a link to know what part of the memory belongs to what called a pointer, in this case the pointer belongs to something else than it should which is why the crash occurs.
The 0x50, getting information from the disk goes wrong.

The simplest fix, a clean install like Roy suggested.

More dumps would be required to provide proper suggestions, so I would suggest driver verifier but we could then be further off the boat then with a clean install (not sure if I say this correct).
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