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Hello there, I've come up with a little problem. I keep get this blue screen when I surf the net or just do my regular stuff.

Any idea why?

This is also happening right after a fresh install of Win 7 pro 64 bit.






Thank you in Advance
post #2 of 12
Looks like a hardware problem. Did you recently update your drivers? Have you over locked recently? Can you logon to the computer and run Prime 95 and see if it isn't your processor?
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No i try to install but when windows is updating I get it. Happens every time I update it. No I did not overclock.
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Is it a windows update?
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Can you check the voltage settings in your BIOS?

Is there an update in there for Intel SATA controllers?
Edited by Yeti Poacher - 1/30/13 at 10:23am
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Originally Posted by Yeti Poacher View Post

Can you check the voltage settings in your BIOS?

Is there an update in there for Intel SATA controllers?

No this is a freshly installed windows 7. It needs all of its updates.

CPU Voltage +1.110-130v
3.3V Voltage +3.344-.360v
5V Voltage +5.080v
12V +12.096v

CPU Temp is at 24c

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Is it a windows update?

Yes, I kept getting theses problems so i decided to re-install win7 on the pc.
post #7 of 12
Is your CPU overclocked?

0x124 is generally a low vcore BSOD. Are you pushing enough volts for you overclock?
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Pretty sure I didn't over clock
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You can try to set voltage manually to stock specs. Maybe that will help!
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dont know that that is really.
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