BSOD once a week with bug check code, 0x00000124

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       #101

    axe0 said:
    Go to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\ and search for the drivers, right click on the drivers > properties > tab details.
    From what program/company is the driver?
    Should I hit Ok
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       #102

    Ok I went ahead and uninstalled it. Now what?
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       #103

    I might be able to trigger the BSOD. Is there a way to record, or monitor EVERYTHING the computer is doing, so that it might capture what could be triggering it? Seems that whenever I play Minecraft, it BSOD. Don't know if this has anything to do with it or not, but I'm using a high resolution HD texture mod (Chroma Hills) maybe it's stressing out the GPU or CPU?
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       #104

    What do you mean with 'everything'?
    If you literally mean everything, then my guess would be no.
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       #105

    axe0 said:
    What do you mean with 'everything'?
    If you literally mean everything, then my guess would be no.
    I can't help to feel frustrated, because nobody has been able to help me with this issue. When I said monitor everything, I mean, is there a program, like AIDA64 or something like that, that would monitor the hardware, processes, and other internal tasks within the computer, similar to event viewer, but more indepth. Similar to the way a screen recording app captures everything happening on the screen, so that it can be viewed later. I'm trying to think outside the box here, because I'm no closer to figuring this out.

    there's a lot of information in this thread, between the stuff you've asked me to do and all the extra stuff I posted. Yet, the problem hasn't been narrowed down.... What ever happened with the driver verifier? You had me start it, but it didn't work, forcing me to restore my computer. If this is a driver, wouldn't driver verifier be the way to go? If so, what do I need to do differently this time around so that driver verifier works? If not, what else is there?
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       #106

    My assumption was correct. I can now reproduce the BSOD124 while running Minecraft. here is the latest Dmlog


    I also loaded up the optimized defaults in BIOS. now what?
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    rob909e said:
    I can't help to feel frustrated, because nobody has been able to help me with this issue. When I said monitor everything, I mean, is there a program, like AIDA64 or something like that, that would monitor the hardware, processes, and other internal tasks within the computer, similar to event viewer, but more indepth. Similar to the way a screen recording app captures everything happening on the screen, so that it can be viewed later. I'm trying to think outside the box here, because I'm no closer to figuring this out.

    there's a lot of information in this thread, between the stuff you've asked me to do and all the extra stuff I posted. Yet, the problem hasn't been narrowed down.... What ever happened with the driver verifier? You had me start it, but it didn't work, forcing me to restore my computer. If this is a driver, wouldn't driver verifier be the way to go? If so, what do I need to do differently this time around so that driver verifier works? If not, what else is there?
    Like I said earlier in this thread, a 0x124 is difficult to narrow down/solve.
    There are a lot of things that can be tried, mainly
    • updating/removing/downgrading drivers,
    • testing the hardware components,
    • cleaning dust,
    • reseating components,
    • replacing cables,
    • checking BIOS settings.

    are mostly the solutions with a 0x124.


    As in this post, BSOD once a week with bug check code, 0x00000124 - Page 4 - Windows 10 Forums , I'd want to rule out the old drivers. Have you updated/removed those drivers?
    There are still many drivers requiring attention from you.
    Code:
    WmXlCore    Tue Apr 27 22:09:26 2010 (4bd74476)        WmXlCore.sys
    WmBEnum    Tue Apr 27 22:10:19 2010 (4bd744ab)        WmBEnum.sys
    PaeFireStudioMidi    Fri Jan 21 06:41:33 2011 (4d391c8d)        PaeFireStudioMidi.sys
    PaeFireStudioAudio    Fri Jan 21 06:41:38 2011 (4d391c92)        PaeFireStudioAudio.sys
    PaeFireStudio    Fri Jan 21 06:43:08 2011 (4d391cec)        PaeFireStudio.sys
    asahci64    Wed Sep 21 11:42:57 2011 (4e79b1a1)        asahci64.sys
    AsrRamDisk    Fri Jan 13 05:52:38 2012 (4f0fb896)        AsrRamDisk.sys
    iusb3hcs    Mon Feb 27 11:58:49 2012 (4f4b61e9)        iusb3hcs.sys
    ISCTD64    Tue Nov 27 20:52:34 2012 (50b51a02)        ISCTD64.sys
    ScpVBus    Sun May 05 23:31:26 2013 (5186cfae)        ScpVBus.sys
    LGSHidFilt    Thu May 30 17:16:33 2013 (51a76d51)        LGSHidFilt.Sys
    Remove PreSonus if you don't use it.
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       #108

    axe0 said:
    Like I said earlier in this thread, a 0x124 is difficult to narrow down/solve.
    There are a lot of things that can be tried, mainly
    • updating/removing/downgrading drivers,
    • testing the hardware components,
    • cleaning dust,
    • reseating components,
    • replacing cables,
    • checking BIOS settings.

    are mostly the solutions with a 0x124.


    As in this post, BSOD once a week with bug check code, 0x00000124 - Page 4 - Windows 10 Forums , I'd want to rule out the old drivers. Have you updated/removed those drivers?
    There are still many drivers requiring attention from you.
    Code:
    WmXlCore    Tue Apr 27 22:09:26 2010 (4bd74476)        WmXlCore.sys
    WmBEnum    Tue Apr 27 22:10:19 2010 (4bd744ab)        WmBEnum.sys
    PaeFireStudioMidi    Fri Jan 21 06:41:33 2011 (4d391c8d)        PaeFireStudioMidi.sys
    PaeFireStudioAudio    Fri Jan 21 06:41:38 2011 (4d391c92)        PaeFireStudioAudio.sys
    PaeFireStudio    Fri Jan 21 06:43:08 2011 (4d391cec)        PaeFireStudio.sys
    asahci64    Wed Sep 21 11:42:57 2011 (4e79b1a1)        asahci64.sys
    AsrRamDisk    Fri Jan 13 05:52:38 2012 (4f0fb896)        AsrRamDisk.sys
    iusb3hcs    Mon Feb 27 11:58:49 2012 (4f4b61e9)        iusb3hcs.sys
    ISCTD64    Tue Nov 27 20:52:34 2012 (50b51a02)        ISCTD64.sys
    ScpVBus    Sun May 05 23:31:26 2013 (5186cfae)        ScpVBus.sys
    LGSHidFilt    Thu May 30 17:16:33 2013 (51a76d51)        LGSHidFilt.Sys
    Remove PreSonus if you don't use it.
    Yes I use it, and it's not causing the BSOD. I know this becuase I still get the same BSOD on windows 7, 8, and 10 when the audio interface isn't installed. Since this happens with or without it, I'll choose to keep my audio.

    As far as dust goes, I've clean out the vents, radiators, and all other places dust might hide every time I open up the computer out the computer.

    Yesterday I decided to try something new, I unplugged my Logitech G700S mouse and plugged in the mouse that came with my computer. I'm really grasping at straws now.

    I've already reseated the RAM, CPU, GPU, Cables, and reapplied Arctic Silver thermal paste to the cpu and water cooler. Are there computer places, where you can take your computer and they can fix it? I don't have the money to replace anymore components, Like I said, I've already replaced the OS, Motherboard, SSD, HD, and RAM.
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       #109

    Like I said, I want to rule out old drivers what includes the PreSonus drivers.

    Is the PSU checked for loose cables or improper connection?
    PSU - Test DC Output Voltage - Windows 7 Help Forums
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       #110

    axe0 said:
    Like I said, I want to rule out old drivers what includes the PreSonus drivers.

    Is the PSU checked for loose cables or improper connection?
    PSU - Test DC Output Voltage - Windows 7 Help Forums
    I found a computer repair shop near my home. http://www.cheapestcomputerfix.com/ I called them up and told them about my problem with my computer. I asked him if he could diagnose this kind of problem because I have yet to to narrow it down, since its a hardware error -BSOD-124. He told me that they can diagnose the problem within 2 days and even if the computer does NOT throw a BSOD 124. Is this true? Can he diagnose the issue without it actually giving him a BSOD while diagnosing the issue? Do you think I should try this repair shop? If so, what EXACTLY should I tell him, helping him to successfully figure out the problem. What should I take with me to give to him?
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