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Help with BSOD @ 4.2Ghz IBT stable

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Ok so this is whats up. I can pass 21+ passes of IBT no problem.




I can also pass hours and hours of P95, but when my screen go's to sleep during P95 testing it wont wake up!! After a restart and a look at my crash dump I get this.




Now after having a looky on Gooogle it tells me this:

ERROR_INVALID_LEVEL
124 (0x7C)

The system call level is not correct.


I also found this:

http://www.pcpr.org/error-124.php


But Im sure its my OC and not what they are talking about.

This ONLY happens when P95'ing and screen go's to sleep!! Screen can sleep and wake up fine without P95 running and can run P95 for hours with no BSOD untill screen sleeps



Has anyone had this problem or can anyone help?
Edited by Ando - 1/25/11 at 4:20pm
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32nM oC FuN
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oC FuN
(13 items)
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 960 GA-EX58-EXTREME GTX260 216SP Gskills F3 2000 
Hard DriveCoolingPowerCase
SATA3 Raptor SS, DICE or Ln2 CP1000 Bench 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
655K EVGA FTW 2x GTX260 216sp OC G skills F3 2000Mhz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
600GB WD V raptor 10k & 60GB Corsair Force Samsung SH-B123A Blu-ray/DVD WinXP + Win7 23" LGW2343T & 42" LG 42PQ20D 
PowerCase
Antec CP-1000 Bench 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E8500 @ 4.0GHz (500x8) @ 1.26v EP45T-EXTREME 8800GTS 512Mb 2x 1GB PC3-10666 OCZ Reaper 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
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I think just turning the sleep off under screensaver settings/power settings is an easier fix than looking for the main cause of the problem.

You can try bsod viewer, and then search the file name that it says is causing the problem, which is probably a video driver.
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