Greetings BSOD Gurus! I have one that's stumping me, and even though I tried I haven't been able to figure it out on my own. Quick backstory: These laptops are identical to each other, right now I'm looking at 5 or 6 of them doing the same thing, seemingly at random throwing a BSOD 0x00000124. Since they do seem to be doing the same thing, I can't imagine it's a hardware failure, probably just a driver, I just don't have enough experience to figure out which (or if I'm wrong in that assumption, what else it would be). Although you can probably tell all this from the attachments, the basic laptop info is: Specs HP ProBook G3 i7-6500U A single stick of 8 GB RAM (the OEM RAM that came with the laptop) 500 GB Samsung 850 EVO (used this to replace the stock WD Blue) 1. When I got the laptops, replaced the WD Blue with a 500 GB Samsung 850 EVO 2. Loaded Win 7 Pro on it from HP OS Install CD 3. Installed all drivers for that model from HPs website 4. Ran Windows Update to current 5. Installed a number of programs (I can provide a list of all if necessary) 6. Joined to a domain From there the BSODs seem pretty random, I've seen them when typing in notepad, while browsing the web, watching a video on YouTube, while its sitting idle with the screen saver on, overnight when no one's around, etc. I'm just starting to get familiar with WinDBG, so that hasn't told me much yet, so all I've done so far is try to find solutions online as well as used BlueScreenView, and at least in that all the crashes look identical to me across all the laptops. I hope that's good info to get started, please let me know if I can provide anything else. The attachments are from one of the laptops that I picked as the guinea pig to work on, it's been powered off for a few weeks as it was deemed unusable due to the crashes and is now sitting on my desk as of today. I'll keep playing with it, but any pointers would be super appreciated! This is driving me insane! Thanks!!!