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BSOD problem

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#1
i tried using the win debug program but it didnt work so...here is my problem

Problem signature
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033

Files that help describe the problem (some files may no longer be available)
Mini062609-01.dmp
sysdata.xml
Version.txt

Extra information about the problem
BCCode: 124
BCP1: 0000000000000000
BCP2: FFFFFA800800E030
BCP3: 00000000B64C4000
BCP4: 0000000000000135
OS Version: 6_0_6001
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1
 

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usasma

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#2
You wouldn't get much from the debugger for this error. But, FYI, here's a post that I wrote about how to use it: Diagnosing Bsod's (originally posted 02Oct08) - Vox

The STOP 0x124 error is a hardware error that was generated by something other than Windows (most likely your CPU) using the Windows Hardware Error Architecture (WHEA) reporting methods. The error is (IMO and IME) nearly indecipherable for most people (me included).

But, there are several different things that can cause this:
- most people will agree that malfunctioning hardware can cause this.
- a lot of those people will agree that incompatible hardware can cause this
- and less will agree that bad drivers can cause this (I'm one of these).

So first, please give us a brief history of your system and this problem. It's unusual if it happened on a system that you've been using for a while - and more likely if you've just been messing around inside of the case. Is this a Desktop or a laptop?

Once that's done, we may be able to deduce the area that this comes from. Also, you can zip up the minidump file(s) located in the C:\Windows\Minidump folder and upload them with your next post (if it doesn't work, try copying them to your desktop).

While an analysis of the dump file likely won't tell us much, we can see what drivers may need to be updated.
 

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#3
first of all i have a desktop. after reading your post i am thinking it is my cpu. i have a 7750 black and have it clocked at 3ghz. but for some reason it likes a lot of voltage to stay some what stable(1.4v). the reason i say some what stable is because i usually have my computer crash every 24 hours or so it seems.

i will put my specs back to 2.7ghz and see if the problem persists. if it does not continue then i guess i have my answer. if it does then i will reply accordingly
 

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usasma

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#4
Ahhh - an overclocker! :)

Troubleshooting overclocked systems is not very easy. That's because the system is being stressed beyond it's normal use - and we can't rely on things being stable. Additionally, over time overclocking may degrade components - causing failures.

So, I always recommend resetting the system to default before starting the troubleshooting (learned this when I was overclocking - back in the day :)

Then, if the problem goes away - it was caused by the overclock. If it doesn't, then it'll be more amenable to traditional troubleshooting steps (while it's not overclocked).
 

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