BSOD error Bugcheck code: 0x124 caused by ntoskrnl.exe; Vista Ultimate x64

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  1. eublefar

    eublefar New Member

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    Hi, everyone!

    Decided to install Windows 7 x64 instead Vista x64. When playing Battlefield 2 (pr mode) receiving BSOD after 20-30 min of game (sometimes faster, sometimes longer). There was no such error on Vista x64, no hardware changes after win7 install also, the only thing done: updating bios on my asus p5q pro to latest from official site. CPU/GPU/MB temperatures are normal.

    According to WhoCrashed:
    This was probably caused by the following module: ntoskrnl.exe (nt+0x4A587C)
    Bugcheck code: 0x124 (0x0, 0xFFFFFA8004DD58F8, 0x0, 0x0)
    Error: WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR
    file path: C:\Windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe


    Adding zip-archive made by SF diag tool v4

    Any advices would be much appreciated.
    Thanks in advance, Paul.
     

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  3. eublefar

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    Thanks, TorrentG, for fast answer.

    Uninstalled Daemon tools, removed SPDT driver completely as You suggested.
    Adding cpu-z screenshots of SPD and memory.
    Will check later if problem exists.
     

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    Quite welcome. Your memory is set well in the bios, so there is no problem with settings.
     
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    Problem remains. Same symptoms. Adding minidump. What about downloading ntoskrnl.exe file and replace that file on my pc, maybe it`s corrupted?
     

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    #6 TorrentG, Dec 16, 2010
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    SOLUTION FOUND: I have e8400 @ 3.00 (standart), increased CPU voltage in bios from auto 1.192 to manual 1.2. No BSODs right now. Looks like windows 7 x64 stresses CPU more then vista. Will continue testing.
     

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