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Huge problem with Asrock P67-Pro3

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Hi guys, I have big problem with my computer. I think that I have problem with motherboard. After installation of fresh windows 7, my computer start to post blue screen, also my screen freezes. I tried last tree versions of bios which support Ivy bridge 3.10, 3.20, 3.30 but nothing new happens. I tested memory and hard disk with hirens boot tools, everything was ok. Also I tried to change memory, hard drive, cpu, psu, gpu and situation was same.
I really dont have idea what else I can try... I cant find solution for this problem more than 2 weeks. Few days ago I contacted Asrock support, I still wait to get answer.

Computer specification is following:
Asrock P67-Pro3
Intel g1620 + boc cooler
2x2gb ddr3 Kingston hyperX 1600mhz
500gb WD blue
R9 270 dc2 OC x 2.
Cooler master V700

If any have idea how I can fix this problem, please let me know.

Best regards smile.gif
post #2 of 5
Have you tried with only 1 graphics card in there?

Also, this does have me surprised, not really sure what would cause this. This could happen due to corrupted system files and etc. Could you take a screenshot of the blue screen if you can? and the Error code it gives you plus the Error code string, such as "System Service Protection", "IRQL Not Less or Eqeal.
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I tried to use only one card,situation was same. Most frequent error name is Bccode 124, I also got few different errors, I need to check...
post #4 of 5
BlueScreenView is a great app for inspecting error codes: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html
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post #5 of 5
Try upping your CPU Votage a few notches and report back.

0x124 is the error code that suggests increasing QPI/VTT or Increase Vcore Voltage.
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