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I have been getting intermittent BSOD's (while gaming). Luckily, unlike my last rash of BSOD's when I was testing RAID setups and overclocking, the BSOD is the same every single time.

I have run the dump files through Windbg and Blue Screen View and while they both report (obviously) the same information, I can't figure out what's causing it.

The driver is hal.dll along with an association to ntoskrnl.exe. Most of the address information seems to be coming from the same address every time, but I can't figure whether it is hardware or driver related, or what hardware it is.

I can reproduce this on stock clocks and when overclocked. It happens (as it seems, more frequently) when my CPU/NB is clocked over 2100.

It only happens when I'm gaming. I have not had the time, but will this weekend, to test each of my sticks of RAM individually (which hasn't been done since I cleaned my HDT cooler about six months ago).

Can anyone debug the address information for me, the parameters and/or help me figure out the information contained in the stack? I can post the whole dump, copy/paste screenshots of Blue Screen View, just please, help poor old me!


Stop code: 0x00000124
Parameter 1 00000000`00000000
Parameter 2 fffffa80`052f4028
Parameter 3 00000000`b61dc000
Parameter 4 00000000`5d000135
Drivers causing the BSOD: hal.dllhal.dll+12a3b

OS: Windows 7 Professional x64

    
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I'm probably not gonna be much help, but i'll try to throw in my 2 cents.

Most of the reading i did pointed to something RAM related, but you already tested for that.

I read something else interesting. The .exe is related to caching. It's sometimes caused by storage drivers. I do not know how that could be affected by overclocking, but it is something you could look into.
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Try your Chipset drivers. x124 was always either a chipset or RAM issue for me.
    
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Originally Posted by crimsontears809739 View Post
I'm probably not gonna be much help, but i'll try to throw in my 2 cents.

Most of the reading i did pointed to something RAM related, but you already tested for that.

I read something else interesting. The .exe is related to caching. It's sometimes caused by storage drivers. I do not know how that could be affected by overclocking, but it is something you could look into.
Thanks for your penny donation. I have not tested my RAM yet but I will this weekend. The ntoskrnl.exe is a low level component of Windows with many functions and where it is being cached I am not sure.

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Try your Chipset drivers. x124 was always either a chipset or RAM issue for me.
I don't have any 'newer' chipset drivers available. ASUS only has one set on their website and I can't seem to locate anything other than the SB driver for AMD.
    
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