Windows 8 and 8.1 Forums


Problems when playing ( ntoskrnl.exe )

  1. #11


    Posts : 12
    Windows 8 Pro x64 bits


    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Sergio View Post
    Well...
    i made your instructions, update bios of motherboard.
    set the Firewall and Def. Windows and unistall the progams, but the error continue...

    try play and after 10min my computer restar and problem of BlueScreen. :/
    Ok, it is possible that some hardware is faulty in the system.

    You should run the tool again and post the results, so I can verify all has been done well.

    If it all has, then you can move on to looking at hardware and I can give you some resources and ideas on how to.

    Also for now, you should run latest CPU-Z. Post a screenshot for the Memory tab, and one screenshot each of the SPD tab for each stick of RAM you have.

    You should also verify for yourself that there is no overclocking of the CPU on CPU-Z's first tab, while the system is under heavy load.

    It's also a good idea for now that when you are done with things in this post, that you should open the case up. Put a room fan blowing on the machine so it stays as cool as possible. See if it crashes like that or not.
    Ok post my data.
    *SF Diagnostic Tool need fix the link of CPU-Z*
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Memory.jpg   SPD Slot1.jpg   SPD Slot2.jpg  
    Problems when playing ( ntoskrnl.exe ) Attached Files

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2. #12


    Posts : 1,883
    7601.18247.x86fre.win7sp1


    Good. Memory looks to be set well. For good measure, you should make sure the modules are installed right next to each other, without any slot in between them, as per the manual on page 21.

    I am thinking that it is possible that the motherboard is faulty, but that is not 100% sure at all.

    You should do the testing as I said, about the room fan blowing on the open case to see if overheating was the cause or not. (If it doesn't crash like this, overheating on some component is the cause.)

    This is the best thing you can look at right now: Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try - Windows 7 Help Forums

    I would also try to look at the voltages of the power supply with software to see if they are within specification. This software might help do that, or you can Google to find something else:

    PC-Wizard CPUID - System & hardware benchmark, monitoring, reporting

    For instance, if on the +12v rail you are getting something like 13.9v or 10.3v as random examples, the power supply is likely the problem.

    Maybe you can use a power supply from another machine to see if it fixes it, as a test.

    But all in all, odds are the motherboard, but it could be anything.

    Another idea is to leave Windows in safe mode to see if it stays good there. If so, clean install Windows as the link shows to see how that goes.

    Sorry for the news, but I did the best I could for you and the circumstances.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3. #13


    Posts : 12
    Windows 8 Pro x64 bits


    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    Good. Memory looks to be set well. For good measure, you should make sure the modules are installed right next to each other, without any slot in between them, as per the manual on page 21.

    I am thinking that it is possible that the motherboard is faulty, but that is not 100% sure at all.

    You should do the testing as I said, about the room fan blowing on the open case to see if overheating was the cause or not. (If it doesn't crash like this, overheating on some component is the cause.)

    This is the best thing you can look at right now: Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try - Windows 7 Help Forums

    I would also try to look at the voltages of the power supply with software to see if they are within specification. This software might help do that, or you can Google to find something else:

    PC-Wizard CPUID - System & hardware benchmark, monitoring, reporting

    For instance, if on the +12v rail you are getting something like 13.9v or 10.3v as random examples, the power supply is likely the problem.

    Maybe you can use a power supply from another machine to see if it fixes it, as a test.

    But all in all, odds are the motherboard, but it could be anything.

    Another idea is to leave Windows in safe mode to see if it stays good there. If so, clean install Windows as the link shows to see how that goes.

    Sorry for the news, but I did the best I could for you and the circumstances.
    Ready, modules are installed right next to each other.
    No have a fan on home, but open the case up...

    Have problems with "PC-Wizard". Open, analyzes and does not respond.

    Click image for larger version

    and Hard Work is Core Voltage: 1.200 v // Core Speed: 2600.00 MHz
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  4. #14


    Posts : 1,883
    7601.18247.x86fre.win7sp1


    Only thing more I can say, based on the screenshot, is to make the cpu use go to 100% with benchmark software or with video encoding software like TMPGEnc, or a game.

    See in CPU-Z if the core voltage raises to between +1.25v - +1.30v.

    If CPU use is 100% and core voltage is not in between those numbers, there might be a problem with settings.

    (I don't think there is, but should look in this manner, anyway.)
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  5. #15


    Posts : 12
    Windows 8 Pro x64 bits


    Playing Digimon Mastars Online.
    Click image for larger version

    Playing Team Fortress 2
    Click image for larger version

    - - -
    Normal mode Windows:
    This time i can play 1 hour of DMO and back to restart... :/
    will that was heated?
    Last edited by Sergio; 25 Jan 2014 at 10:26.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  6. #16


    Posts : 1,883
    7601.18247.x86fre.win7sp1


    Well, computers are a hobby, so why not (while still thinking about all else I've said! too!) try this:

    Get some Arctic Silver or good if you have some already.

    Take off heat sink to CPU. Clean bottom of it with piece of toilet paper well. Use some elbow grease (this phrase means to clean with good pressure from your hand, well.)

    Do the same for the top of the cpu, but be more gentle with it. You don't have to remove it. Use q-tips (ear cleaner tabs) to clean the side crevices well. Take your time. There's no rush. Be nice to it.

    Re-apply a thin and even layer of Arctic Silver to the top of CPU and re-seat heat sink on top.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  7. #17


    Posts : 12
    Windows 8 Pro x64 bits


    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    Well, computers are a hobby, so why not (while still thinking about all else I've said! too!) try this:

    Get some Arctic Silver or good if you have some already.

    Take off heat sink to CPU. Clean bottom of it with piece of toilet paper well. Use some elbow grease (this phrase means to clean with good pressure from your hand, well.)

    Do the same for the top of the cpu, but be more gentle with it. You don't have to remove it. Use q-tips (ear cleaner tabs) to clean the side crevices well. Take your time. There's no rush. Be nice to it.

    Re-apply a thin and even layer of Arctic Silver to the top of CPU and re-seat heat sink on top.
    Call a technician to clean all PC and used the "arctic silver".
    But after 20 minutes and restart while playing.

    Click image for larger version
    will be my graphics card?...
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  8. #18


    Posts : 12
    Windows 8 Pro x64 bits


    I found the problem the fan of my GPU no work !! Dammm !!
    Now use 2 fan so close... I hope fix temporal the problem.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  9. #19


    Posts : 1,883
    7601.18247.x86fre.win7sp1


    That's not so bad (that the gpu fan is not working) compared to other problems, so you lucked out.

    You can replace the fan. Also, it could just be dirt or a cable touching it that is stopping it, so check.

    Which exact card do you have? GPU-Z will tell you and also monitor temps and stuff.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  10. #20


    Posts : 12
    Windows 8 Pro x64 bits


    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    That's not so bad (that the gpu fan is not working) compared to other problems, so you lucked out.

    You can replace the fan. Also, it could just be dirt or a cable touching it that is stopping it, so check.

    Which exact card do you have? GPU-Z will tell you and also monitor temps and stuff.
    Yup! very lucky! xD
    My GPU is this model (m4a77d)
    And no work, is clear and no have cable touching.

    I Check the temperature with "SpeedFan".
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

Page 2 of 3 FirstFirst 123 LastLast
Problems when playing ( ntoskrnl.exe )
Related Threads
Some common Bluestacks Problems: Black Screen Problem: I have been getting a lot of PM from you guys about this problem these days. Itís not difficult to fix this problem, just follow these simple steps: Firstly, try to click on the bottom center of the Bluestacks window, where the home...
Solved BSOD while playing games ntoskrnl.exe/hall.dll in BSOD Crashes and Debugging
currently running windows 8.1, I built my own computer so I know all internal parts work together so that's not an issue but when ever I am playing a game, I listen to music or watch a tv show as well to not get bored on my computer. sometimes the bsod occurs and sometimes I don't get it for...
BSOD ntoskrnl.exe while playing games. in BSOD Crashes and Debugging
I been getting bsod while playing games such as Fallout:New Vegas and Borderlands 2, it only happens while playing games. it started to happen when I install my new CPU processor into my computer. I have a program called WhoCrashed and every time I run it after I get a bsod it says that the problem...
hi i have this problem BSOD whale am playing "bf4" i try to renstall OC same problem my freind tell me its heat problem so i open the case and i have stand fan and i trun Air cooling on and my heat whale am playing i use " CPUID HWMonitorPro " cpu 45-55 gpu 40-59 so what the problem and...
I have already read online about how Norton has caused BSOD problems for many people when the 8.1 upgrade happened. Most solutions explain to replace Norton with Windows Defender. My question is that, is there any way of using Norton thus after then? I already spent the money have anti-virus...
problems playing videos in Browsers & Mail
Hi, i just got a new computer with windows 8 and can't seem to watch any videos on youtube. It plays the sound but I can't see anything. I've searched other posts similar and done a google search for this problem and some answers seem to recommend drivers or codec or something. I don't know how to...
Eight Forums Android App Eight Forums IOS App Follow us on Facebook