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I've had them happen when CPU and gpu both under 50c.and times above. At least it doesnt crash like the other 3rd party programsThe BIOS update is here if this is the mobo I am not going to lie, I have used third part And the first 6 months of having it all I have was windows firewall and that is it. Your CPU will downclock itself when it's idle. check over here

Click here to Register a free account now! Any help is greatly appreciated, and I also appreciate the patience. Witcher and Arma 3 seem to both be not crashing now. Reply Agree x 1 (list) 24th May 2015 Post #8 kyle877 Gold Member April 2005 2,228 Posts Now the new issue is The Witcher crashes my Nvidia Driver. https://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/33707-please-help-random-bsod-cant-figure-out-post295610.html

I ordered a video card but ended up sending it back when I found that replacing one... It electrified the entire case, and zapped the shit out of me. Thanks!

Also when you "updated" your motherboard firmware, you actually flashed a new version, correct? Please help me Forum KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED BSOD Please Help Forum SolvedI have a laptop and its been a day since my laptop is updating and I can't turn it off. Problem seems to be solved, thank you for the patience and the help! Finally, check if your computer's power supply is capable of handling all your components running at maximum. (Could you tell us what it is btw?) Hope that helps, be sure to

I don't suppose it could be that my RAM is incompatible with my motherboard? Keep Getting Random BSOD's No matter What I am Doing... nikoli707Dec 5, 2014, 3:41 AM 0x124 is almost always vcore.manually raise your vcore and see if it stops.otherwise if its doing it at bone stock/no overclock, you either have a bad http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-3282130/random-bsod-errors.html Random BSOD's Started by xkoldrenx , Jan 14 2017 05:38 PM Please log in to reply 1 reply to this topic #1 xkoldrenx xkoldrenx Members 9 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local

Then uninstall the adapter through device manager. 2. Help! For reference, lots of memory cannot be stable on X.M.P and after figuring that out you'd have to then go and manually assign timings, voltages, etc, to get things stable. You can try removing and reseating different hardware to try finding the issue.

please help me Forum More resources Ask the community Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD hard drive Publish a b D Top Experts Laptop jaguarskx 26878 messages since 4/19/06 USAFRet 70416 messages Reply 25th May 2015 Post #21 kyle877 Gold Member April 2005 2,228 Posts I just spent six hours totally reformatting my PC. I have ran my system to its limits in games at peak temperatures and nothing has happened during that. I have ran WhoCrashed and everytime it is the Ati3duag.dll causing problems, except once when it crashed youtube and it was ati2 then.

Also something else that will help us hugely is getting a picture of the actual BSOD error message, 0x124 can mean anything. http://worov.com/please-help/please-help-please-my-brand-new-3-week-acer-bsod.html All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Please Help. Reply 24th May 2015 Post #13 kyle877 Gold Member April 2005 2,228 Posts Been playing for an hour-ish, and my CPU has only barely hit 47c, my mobo says it's at

It was hell. What exactly do I use to change my RAM timing? BSOD Can't figure it out! this content Option 3 (chkdsk) No problems found Option 4 (Powershell - Repair-Volume -DriveLetter C) "NoErrorsFound" I then did a Long Generic test using SeaTools and the message was "Pass".

Or whatever program youre using for overclockingUninstall Kaspersky this can cause this stop error. So now I have ran out of ideas, and implore the experts out there to help me figure this out please. Also check your GPU / CPU heat, get a benchmark and run it while checking your temperature.

Reply Friendly x 1 (list) 27th May 2015 Post #28 kyle877 Gold Member April 2005 2,228 Posts Naelstrom posted: DRAM Timings and DRAM Frequency, and possibly the Advanced DRAM Configuration dropdown,

The results are as follows: Option 1 (Drive Status) "All drives are working properly" Option 2 (Error Checking) "Windows successfully scanned the drive. I may or may not have forgotten to restart my computer after turning off the OC-Genie. Thread Tools Search this Thread 12-07-2011, 08:15 PM #1 Mrgolfer Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2011 Posts: 1 OS: windows vista home premium service pack 2 Hello, I have The 'Tested Speed' was 2400mhz, if that means anything.

Which will save power and increase the lifespan of the CPU. Also, I am running Windows Vista Home Premium - 32 bit OS on a Toshiba Satellite L300. Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Custom Self-build OS: 64bit Win 10 Pro ver 1607 Build 14393.693 CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K 3.4GHz Motherboard: ASUS P8Z77-V LX Memory: 8GB Graphics Card: have a peek at these guys BSODs I cant figure it out solved My husband has a Lenovo Model 8056 and it is not a touchscreen.

if you do, then copy the current bugcheck from c:\windows\minidump directory to a cloud server like Microsoft one drive, share the file as public and post a link here. Reply 27th May 2015 Post #27 Naelstrom Gold Member June 2010 3,150 Posts DRAM Timings and DRAM Frequency, and possibly the Advanced DRAM Configuration dropdown, are the settings to change the Apparently my motherboard has a dumb-ass auto-overclocking cocksucker bullshit. Note: I noticed that not everytime when a BSOD appears (with the same error message) a dump file is created.

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Try the Seagate tools for a full diagnosis if you do not have any other software. Haven't updated the BIOS yet, I'll do that as well and try the games out tomorrow. Set the GPU to stock settings, ran Memtest to no errors, ran defrag. You can try removing and reseating different hardware to try finding the issue.

You've never confirmed if you properly configured your clock speeds and timings. But somehow this thing still fucking lives. All seems good. Please help.

in BSOD Crashes and Debugging Hi, I am getting BSODs at random times, while doing different things each time. Please help! Ask !