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This is kind of off-topic but...

I've been having a very weird problem for a week or so....
I started to get BSOD 124 on my stable 4.8.
And the BSOD happens ONLY when watching web flash video.
(Youtube lasts about 5~15min before getting 124. and MLB.com video is the worst...sometimes it only takes 3 sec to get 124.)

I tried everything I can think of in UEFI.
Changing vcore, vtt, cpu PLL (up and down), dram, lowering ram timings, SS on/off, PLL Overvoltage on/off..
I did hard clear the CMOS and updated UEFI.
On top of that, I just got SSD so I clean installed the OS which means I re-installed all the drivers from scratch.
Also tried several different graphics drivers.

Now I though about my ram went bad, cpu got degraded or mobo crapping out...
So I've tested the ram with HCImemtest and it was fine.
Prime 1344 $ 1749 runs are fine.
LinX wAVX is fine.
Web flash video = BSOD 124. frown.gif

After all this I still got the exact same problem....

So I thought about it might be Firefox that I use....
And I tried IE. Now I get no BSOD. eek.gif
yeah wth...

I've cleared the flash plug-in's local storage and settings.
I've tried "waterfox" and different java/flash plug-ins but still get 124 on Firefox (and Waterfox)
Only on Firefox with flash video gives me BSOD 124.
It never gives me BSOD or crashes otherwise......

Now I can't use Firefox. frown.gif
I haven't tried Google Chrome so maybe I'll try and see....
But has this happened to anyone here?

I had a similar problem on my last setup. But in my case the system just freeze doing nothing in particular.
It's just weird.
post #3152 of 10699
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What is your VTT(vccio)?
That needs to be up also.
I believe its at 1.05, what do you think is a good number to change it too?
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could be because of unstability, did you download the one in the download section and did you try and run it more than once?

Try a restart and try it again.
Tried one test on the version from download section, and tried restart to no gain.

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Hey guys, I finally got a nice stable 4.5ghz overclock and now I realize that the problem I was having before was the fact that my memory wasn't stable at 1600mhz. But this has been in the back of my head for a while considering the XMP profile is unstable and so is me manually changing it to 1600mhz at 1.65v and these are the specs that I bought the RAM at, any ideas on how I can stabilize my ram?
Aas other have stated try raising VCCIO, it should be within 0.5v of your dram.

Check out my thread here S4rg about what settings might be useful for your overclock!

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...l#post14698786
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Uhh I'm not sure about the voltage I stated earlier (1.05) being the right voltage considering it's in the CPU section of my bios and it seems kind of low even though it does say VTT voltage. I can't find any VTT or VCCIO anywhere else in my bios, am I changing the right thing?

EDIT: I found a VTT setting in my RAM settings but its the same (1.05) and I can't change it.
Edited by S4rg - 8/24/11 at 3:50pm
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Googling "firefox flash blue screen 2011" (to get rid of 2008 bsod issues) shows a couple of topics about Flash 10.2 with firefox causing the blue screen.

One reason seems to be having hardware acceleration enabled causes the blue screen.
http://forums.adobe.com/thread/792393

But yeah I would also try google chrome or IE to see if you get the blue screens watching flash videos.
I'll try turning off hardware acceleration. I'll report back thanksfor the info!!



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tuna whats your safetey features set to?

That is really wierd.
I know it ONLY happens on Firefox, and now confirmed..., Google Chrome with Flash streaming video.
Somehow IE is perfectly fine.
Safety feaeture? Security zone and stuff?
They are all the same as everything else...
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I know it ONLY happens on Firefox, and now confirmed..., Google Chrome with Flash streaming video.
Somehow IE is perfectly fine.
Safety feaeture? Security zone and stuff?
They are all the same as everything else...
sorry meant the CPU safety features, C3 and C6 report?

This is certainly interesting, error 124 is beginning to be a pain, first it was Vcore/Vtt needs to be increased, then we foound out that it's PLL too much/too less and no it's contributing to OS/software errors

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Blizzfury,

You did it Yes it was the hardware acceleration.
I turned it off and it won't give me BSOD anymore.
Man.... I did everything and I could think of and took me a week or so and you just gave me the straight answer.
Thanks so much!!
So I guess the nvidia driver and the new flash version are having some conflict issue...

Manim1,

They are all set to "ON". I've read all the CPU PLL issue and I'm trying different combinations but mine seems to be still needing 1.832 to be stable.
I'll keep testing.
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They are all set to "ON".
I'm not sure if it acts the same on asrock motherboard but on asus motherboard,if you use offset with c3/c6 enabled the vcore drops a lot on light load depending the cpu usage.
So you can bsod easily depending the LLC used.
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I'm not sure if it acts the same on asrock motherboard but on asus motherboard,if you use offset with c3/c6 enabled the vcore drops a lot on light load depending the cpu usage.
So you can bsod easily depending the LLC used.
Yes I know that. But I'm on manual voltage.
Also the problem was specifically related to flash video on firefox/chrome only.
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Blizzfury,

You did it Yes it was the hardware acceleration.
I turned it off and it won't give me BSOD anymore.
Man.... I did everything and I could think of and took me a week or so and you just gave me the straight answer.
Thanks so much!!
So I guess the nvidia driver and the new flash version are having some conflict issue...

Manim1,

They are all set to "ON". I've read all the CPU PLL issue and I'm trying different combinations but mine seems to be still needing 1.832 to be stable.
I'll keep testing.
Tuna, sounds like the exact same problem I had. I would get bsod in Firefox though it wasn't 124 it was 1E and 3B or whatever (forget, its been awhile).

If you are using Fixed voltage make sure its on Auto, or try Offset voltage + C3/C6 disabled. I think you already know this but just to reiterate anyway. If you switch to offset you might not be stable at the same load voltage, keep that in mind.

Interesting that the hardware accel helped. You can see my post a page back, I found PLL 1.750 and VTT 1.077 to be optimal. I also found no difference with spread spectrum on or off... perhaps you got something more complicated going on?
    
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