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Discussion in 'General Software' started by Vampire6990, May 29, 2009.

  1. Vampire6990 New Member

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    Someone can explain me why i get BSOD BCCode 124 when i restart my vista x86 and get random BSOD BCCode 124 in my win7 x64??

    The only sollution that i found was to use the deafault settings of my Asus P5E motherboard but when i cnfigurate simple thing like overclock, boot settings or fan settings the BSOD appears again :confused:

    This thraed can be used to explore sollutions to other BSOD as well in vista and Seven

    Tanks
     
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    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    Ram. Run 1 stick at a time, until you find the culprit.
     
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    Ram?? i have 2 sticks of 2gb each from corsair.

    Culprit??what that mean please?
     
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    It's possible one of your sticks of RAM is bad. Use one stick and run memtest, then use the other stick and run memtest. If you get an error the stick is bad. If they both pass, the problem is elsewhere but usually it's the RAM.
     

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