Keep getting BSOD. Do you have another graphics card to try, and PSU? Vista General Stop 0x00000124Here's one to mull over. Check This Out All seems good.
It seems to happen when I'm clicking with the mouse (Wacom pen) but I also have tried other mice and still get the BSODs. rootxbeerDec 5, 2014, 12:42 AM I never ran furmark but I ran memtest and prime95 when I first got this computer without a problem. With that said, if you pass 12hrs once you should be able to pass again, however, this does not mean go OCD stress testing.In a situation where you are getting random Paul NZDec 8, 2014, 12:49 AM Sweet Ask a new question Read More Event Viewer Blue Screen Processors Related Resources solved Windows 8.1 BSOD involving Ntoskrnl.exe: I Can't Figure Out What
Is there any info I could post that could help identify the problem? I'm certainly not convinced that SSD technology is stable enough to use as a boot drive yet. Error code 0124.Any help would be greatly appreciated since I'm not the best with dealing with these types of problems. this contact form Flash video bsod/freezing?
I did purchase all parts and built it myself. But for the past month or so now I've just been getting these sporadic 0x0124 BSODs, with the latest one being today while I was in the middle of running the Rather your system crash than mine I dont blame you lol, I just did the bios update, and while reading what the update does. If possible get yourself a spare HDD and load up windows and run all your stress testing on that.
As I get the same thing, but usually as windows loads, and only sometimes, and only on fresh boots it seems.