Unexpexted BSOD results in Crash Dump

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  1. AuXBoX

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    Hi everyone,

    I have been getting a BSOD after i have built my new computer. I have just enable a minidump and it happened this morning. I am uploading it by any chance someone could help with debugging it.

    I'm not too sure why it happens.
    hope someone could help :smile:

    View attachment 082111-26332-01.dmp
     
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    The stop error is 0x124 which is a hardware error, can you get cpu-z and post pics of each tab and each populated memory slot. Can you also monitor your temps and post min and max values. I shall then see what can be done.
     
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    Here are the tabs from cpu-z nmsuk

    Cachestab.PNG CPUtab.PNG Graphicstab.PNG Mainboardtab.PNG Memorytab.PNG SPDtab.PNG

    Heres the temps
    temp.

    The only card i have plugged in is the tp-link wn951n, which i'm thinking could be the problem.
     
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    Tested the Ram with Memtest86+ with no errors
     
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    Your .dmp file shows a stop error of 0x124 which is a general hardware error .

    A "stop 0x124" is fundamentally different to many other types of bluescreens because it stems from a hardware complaint.

    Stop 0x124 minidumps contain very little practical information, and it is therefore necessary to approach the problem as a case of hardware in an unknown state of distress.

    You can read more on this error and what to try here... Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try - Windows 7 Forums
     
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    Have you ever gotten any type of overheat warning? Have you checked the temp settings in the bios against what you seem to be showing?
     
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    No I havent had any overheating warnings. The temps seem all fine on bios aswell.

    This is very annoying.
     
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    It's been two weeks, Are you still BSODing? If so update your latest dmp files. The more info, the better/quicker!
     
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    More often than not the computer just reboots without BSOD and sometimes the bios changes the hard drive it boots from and i have to change it.

    Heres the latest DMP file
    View attachment 090611-16582-01.dmp
     
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    Replaced the wifi card and it still does it.
    No BSOD though, just resets and reboots with the bios trying to boot a different hard drive.
    Could this be a hard drive problem?
    My operating system is on a brand new SSD.
     
  13. Saltgrass

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    This would seem to indicate there was a hard drive problem. I know if you remove the primary hard drive, a secondary one will move into the primary position in the bios. Possibly also if the system can only partially read the primary drive, it might try to go to a secondary.

    I suppose there is a possibly it could be the controller instead of the actual drive, but considering it is an SSD, I think I would try running the system with a standard drive for a while to test. Maybe there is some type of conflict with the SATA drivers and the SSD.

    Edit: I was wondering if turning off S.M.A.R.T. monitoring for the drive might help?
     
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