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

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  1. Posts : 11,492
    Windows 10 Pro
       20 Sep 2015 #61

    By cleaning, you mean like dust cleaning?
    More or less, just making sure the components are clean, cables are where they should be and properly connected, thermal paste replaced etc.

    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.
    The 0x124 error can be hard to solve and has a general troubleshooting process, because it indicates that there are hardware problems, but yet the causes could be very different.

    Because you have done the general troubleshooting process several times and so ruled out pretty much everything there are just a few options left.
    Unfortunately, there is no way to test the mainboard outside of replacing it.
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  2.    20 Sep 2015 #62

    Ok, I will recheck every part of my pc again. Will even check the thermal paste. But those problems would have caused over heating right? My temperature does not rise that much even during those stress tests. BSOD happens really random. As if something is triggering it randomly.
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  3. Posts : 11,492
    Windows 10 Pro
       20 Sep 2015 #63

    If it has caused overheating, then a component would have been damaged and the tests of the 0x124 would have come out different.

    Either a clean install of windows or replacing the mainboard would help if cleaning doesn't help.
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  4.    07 Apr 2016 #64

    axe0 said: View Post
    If it has caused overheating, then a component would have been damaged and the tests of the 0x124 would have come out different.

    Either a clean install of windows or replacing the mainboard would help if cleaning doesn't help.
    Just wanted to give an update on this thread, in case if anyone faces similar problem.
    The problem I had with BSOD was cuz of my motherboard. My motherboard had hardware problem and that was causing the BSOD. All of my test results show that CPU, RAM, PSU and drivers had no problem.
    I have replaced my motherboard along with the CPU. Parts I kept from previous build are RAM, SSD, and GPU. I dont have BSOD problem anymore.

    Thanks alot to axe0 for helping me out. I wish all the best to you guys! Cheers!
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