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BSOD CODE 1A and 0x00000124 and 0x00000024.. what is going on?

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So i removed my HD 7950(replaced it with my old hd 5850) because i sold it and i am having a BSOD now... it is impossible.... my vcore is 1.308....
here is a pic of HWmonitor...

I know the 1a is related to memory issues but it is unthinkable... i mean yesterday before i changed my GPU , i never had this .. and i did not even touch the mobo or ram. just removed the card.

Why do i get this ?

Please help.

EDIT: ALL HDDs Run at 35C and max at 40c.Also i get it when i watch a video or try to play a game..



EDIT 2 : I GOT ANOTHER BSOD... BUT WITH THIS NUMBER.. 0x00000024...

I will literally burn my current system to ashes... i am sick of it...
Edited by fedrosishere - 9/23/13 at 10:48am
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Set BIOS to stock values and reinstall CCC to version 13.9 WHQL. Retest.
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Well it appears to be working. I set stock speeds then overclock from the beginning and reinstalled CCC and it appears to be fixed. .. hopefully...... its been 2 hours since i am running prime95. all stable. thanx mate.
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Posting BSODs is meant for Crash Analysis and Debugging: http://www.overclock.net/f/17986/crash-analysis-and-debugging Post it there instead smile.gif

Scratch that, saw you resolved it.
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