BSOD 0x00000124 and ntoskrnl.exe+4a587c

#1
Recently rebuilt my PC and everything seemed to be working fine then on May 3rd I started experiencing these BSOD with the same error everytime. It sometimes happens randomly while surfing but I've actually got it to do it by running graphic's intensive things like a computer game and a GPU stress test. I've uploaded all the requested info for anyone who wishes to look this over. Hopefully we can find the problem and fix it. Thanks guys!!

CPUZMem.jpg

CPUZSPD.jpg
 


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Josephur

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#2
Hmmm I analyzed a few of the dumps and they seem to point to a low level hardware error, specifically the processor.. do you have another processor you can try with the same setup for awhile and see if that fixes the issue?
 


#3
I do not, is it something I could get replaced by newegg?
 


#4
I decided to remove my Nvidia 9600GT and run on the on-board ATI Radeon HD 4250. Normally when I ran the game World in Conflict, it would BSOD about 2 min into the first cut-scene, but after taking out the graphics card, it made it all the way through to play the mission.
 


#5
Let us see the state of your hardware, attach:


- CPU-z CPU tab snip
- Passmark RAMMon HTML.zip


Wrong clocks such as overclocking, or poorly matched RAM sticks can give bug 124. As well as faulty or incompatible hardware parts.
 


#6
Let us see the state of your hardware, attach:


- CPU-z CPU tab snip
- Passmark RAMMon HTML.zip


Wrong clocks such as overclocking, or poorly matched RAM sticks can give bug 124. As well as faulty or incompatible hardware parts.
Should I attach these with my Nvidia Geforce 9600GT reinstalled or how I have it now just using on board video
 


#7
Either way would be good.
 


#8
Let us see the state of your hardware, attach:


- CPU-z CPU tab snip
- Passmark RAMMon HTML.zip


Wrong clocks such as overclocking, or poorly matched RAM sticks can give bug 124. As well as faulty or incompatible hardware parts.


http://windows7forums.com/blue-scre...mportant-every-thread-starter-please-see.html
 


#9
Here are the requested items, this is without the graphics card in. About 18 hours now with just onboard video with no BSODs
 


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#11
Let us know how it goes after enabling AMD Cool & Quiet.
 


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