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    BSOD playing League of Legends or Metro 2033. 0x000000124


    Hello,


    PC scpec:

    CPU I5 2500k @ stock
    MB Asus P8z77 V LK
    Ram 4gb Kingston
    HDD Seagate 500gb
    PSU Corsair CX600W
    GPU R9 270 AMD


    Pc crashes at random times while playing league of legends, metro 2033 or metro last light. It would never crash while browsing or watching movies only few games. Battlefield 4, Assasins creed 4 works fine.I would get bsod:

    (The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000124 (0x0000000000000000, 0xfffffa800475e028, 0x00000000be200000, 0x000000000005110a).


    or just black screen with loud buzzzing loop sound from speakers only hard reset helps. It happens once or twice a day.
    it looks simillar like in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8erBOaOBck

    Already tested rams with memtest no errors, Linx and prime95 doesn't show any errors aswell.
    I have latest motherboard and gbu drivers.
    Please help me to find what is wrong
    thank you
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    As you may or may not know, 0x124 means a hardware stop involving hal. Sometimes a driver is still responsible though.

    The basics: Update motherboard bios to latest, no overclocking for anything right now until sorted. Set Optimized Defaults in bios then save, and make sure cpu is cooled sufficiently.

    I suspect a Ram misconfiguration or something similar. If you follow my steps above, you should be good to go. If not, there's a great resource for you to visit on sevenforums.com by H2SO4 which details what you should do to attempt alleviation of 0x124 stop errors.

    I'm still glancing over your drivers as I post this, but it all looks ok. If I find any snags, I'll be sure to let you know.

    If you have mismatched memory sticks get rid of the slower ones.

    If you are controlling fans for cpu or gpu manually, set to default auto handling. Monitor temps to ensure default range(s).
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    hello, again

    I got a new bluescreen today opening Skype. I did fresh clean windows install and it seems games are working now with no issue for few days but now this happened twice in a row opening Skype.. Can you help what problem could be ? Event viewer shows this:

    The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000116 (0xfffffa80038d6010, 0xfffff880042e6d88, 0x0000000000000000, 0x000000000000000d). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 011414-17472-01.

    I've the latest video card drivers windows all updates I did memtest twice with 4 passes no errors.
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    Update the motherboard bios to newest.

    Take the video card out of the machine and clean the fan and housing area the best you can. Use compressed air if it looks like it might be needed. Reseat it well when re-installing it.

    As before, make sure there's no overclocking.

    Make sure memory is set well. You can compare the SPD tab to Memory tab in CPU-Z, to see.

    After all of the above and you still seem to not be going well, use Driver Fusion in safe mode to uninstall just the AMD/ATI video drivers and settings (not chipset too) - then boot to normal mode and install the latest driver for it.

    I see you have MSI Afterburner installed. Uninstall that until the machine is known to be reliable for sure.
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    Motherboards bios are updated v.1301 Asus p8z77 v lk. Video Card is kinda new 3 weeks old I don't think so there are dust. I did a video card reseat a week a go when bsods appeared.
    I found something what is bothering now HD tunes shows this line: imgur: the simple image sharer
    I tried a different slot and new cable it's still shows that. No bad sectors as well ran test few times. Could it be i have a faulty hard drive ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xorkex View Post
    Could it be i have a faulty hard drive ?
    No.
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    So how is going now after MSI Afterburner being uninstalled?

    Did CPU-Z tabs check out well?
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    well so far so good but bsod weren't very frequent l had only 2 bsods today(while starting Skype) after 5 days no issues, it will take time to see if that helped anything. CPU-z looks good nothing suspicious. everything is at stock no overclocking. Ram shows 9-9-9-24 668 freq.
    Can you provide bsod analyzer report what caused the crash or it's very complicated thing ? I saw in other threads it's very helpful.
    Thanks for helping!
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    Your latest crash was x 0x116 tdr timeout. Amongst the wide range of common bsods (ones that do not happen 1 in a million, but often) - 0x116 is the most difficult there is, because the potential causes are unimaginably high in number.

    Some common reasons for it, in no specific order: Bad driver on the system, incorrect memory settings or defective memory, bad video card, not enough power from psu, faulty motherboard, overclocking, heat, very old video driver.

    There's simply nothing else to show you or tell you, for now. All the crash dump shows is that it was a 0x116.
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    Hello,

    I got 2 bsods again playing league of legends one is 0x124 and another 0x101. I don't know what should i test now? windows is fresh installed with all latest drivers. memtest doesnt show errors, prime95 as well.
    Added new dmp files.
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