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BSOD problem, MAJOR nuisance, please help!

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Shadowxryu, Apr 2, 2010.

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  1. Shadowxryu

    Shadowxryu Thread Starter

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    Hi everyone hows it going, I have a big problem. Every 40 minutes or so I get the BSOD, this started to happen for about a week. These are my pc specs and also this is the Stop: that I was able to write down

    Stop: 0x00000124 (0x0000000000000000, 0xFFFFFA800C07B030, 0x00000000BA000000, 0x0000000000400405)

    These are my specs.
    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Model: FX6801
    Processor: Intel Core i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz
    RAM: 9.00GB
    OS:Vista 64 bit

    Please help me I'm at my wits end!:mad: In case you need any more info then please let me know also in case I posted this in the wrong section of the forum, my bad. Please include detailed instructions in case I don't know how to access any information you would like. Thank you for your time!
     
  2. Bernardo

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    This is obviously a brand new system?

    Warranty? Support?
     
  3. peck1234

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    1. Check temps with hwmonitor

    2. Memtest

    3. Shut off all power saving features in bios
     
  4. Rollin' Rog

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    Generally speaking (but not always) this is a "hardware" problem -- so the advice about heat and memory tests are most appropriate.

    If you have a "system restore" point that precedes the issue -- you might try it (it can be undone) -- some rare cases involve security wares not running properly.

    Since almost all bugchecks can be caused by faulty ram, I would recommend you perform memory tests.

    On Vista and Win7 you can run mdsched.exe -- once rebooted to the scanner press F1 for Advanced options and run the "extended" tests.

    Another, some think better, program that can be used on all operating systems is memtest86

    Beginners Guides: Diagnosing Bad Memory

    Memtest86 - A Stand-alone Memory Diagnostic

    Speedfan can be used to monitor temps on most systems -- look for any rise of more than 35 c from a completely cold boot -- or any temp that is consistently above 70c

    http://www.majorgeeks.com/download337.html

    Check the drive integrity. Uusually something like the free version of HDTune can be used to spot bad blocks and verify overall health >> http://www.hdtune.com/

    This is the best overall coverage of the error type: http://www.faultwire.com/solutions_...rrectable_hardware_error_0x00000124-1289.html
     
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