Windows 10: BSOD when using google Chrome and playing CS:GO

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  1.    19 Sep 2015 #51

    But I already did those like more than 1 time. Could you please take a look at the dump file deeply and analyze again for me? thank you!
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       19 Sep 2015 #52

    Benny said: View Post
    But I already did those like more than 1 time. Could you please take a look at the dump file deeply and analyze again for me? thank you!
    You didn't run the CPU test and the crash is possibly pointing to the CPU.
    With 0x124 errors it is sometimes hard to identify what exactly is the cause.
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  3.    19 Sep 2015 #53

    Benny said: View Post
    I have just finished running Prime95 test. Ran it for 3 hours and no errors were found. Tried to update my Intel drivers and no new updates were found nor installed. But I am wondering something. You said it might be my CPU driver problem. My question is can you update CPU's driver? For example, my CPU is Intel i7-2600k and its current driver version is 10.0.240.XXXX. I dont really know if you actually can update Intel CPU driver itself. If its possible could you please tell me how?
    Thank you!
    I did run Prime95 for 3 hours. No errors were found. One thing I am wondering is that since I set the limit of my CPU clockspeed to 3.4ghz by disabling the turbo boost mode BSOD has not occurred for about 7 days. And last night when I was playing CS:GO I minimized the game and opened chrome.exe and at that moment BSOD occurred.
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       19 Sep 2015 #54

    Apologies, it is sometimes difficult for me to find something back.

    Before you start troubleshooting the hardware for 0x124 errors, you have to disable everything that could boost the clockspeed and test it to find out if the cause is overclocking.

    Please uninstall chrome and try using another browser.
    It is known that Google Chrome might cause BSOD's lately.
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  5.    20 Sep 2015 #55

    3 continues crashes occurred. Again it happened during CS:GO. Here is the zip file. I really hoped that disabling the turbo boost solved my problem :*(
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       20 Sep 2015 #56

    Please try CS:GO again, but close Google Chrome completely.
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  7.    20 Sep 2015 #57

    I have uninstalled Chrome. Using Edge now. Will report back the status.
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  •    20 Sep 2015 #58

    Ok I have uninstalled Chrome and was using Windows Edge. And while playing CS:GO 1 more BSOD happened. If I am not mistaken I think every time when BSOD occurred I had internet browser running in the background (while gaming). Could that be the case? I will try closing all the browsers and run a game next time.

    Also, I just analyzed my latest dump file and in the log file it is showing chrome.exe. But I already uninstalled it from my computer. Why is it still showing chrome.exe?
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       20 Sep 2015 #59

    Have you cleaned the components of the pc?

    If that doesn't help either, since it is again a 0x124 their are a few options left.

    Clean installing windows,
    Replacing the mainboard
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  •    20 Sep 2015 #60

    Motherboard. I was afraid of bringing up the motherboard to this conversation. I bought second hand mobo from random guy. Now at this point I suspect my mobo is faulty. The ethernet problem is also connecting to this problem too. Is there any way to check the motherboard? Like prime95, memtest86.

    By cleaning, you mean like dust cleaning?
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