It tends to happen when I'm doing anything CPU intensive (mostly gaming or video editing). As I understand it x124 is usually a hardware error and I have ruled out bad RAM and bad drives. This didn't start until I upgraded my cpu/mb so I'm fairly...
I should probably preface by saying I am using a custom-built machine and never had a BSOD when I was using Windows 7. Since I took the plunge, I've been greeted by a BSOD on nearly every startup (usually around 1-3 minutes after the lock screen...
Ok. I've been having the BSoD with multiple errors causing the crashes.
May 31st: NETIO.SYS
Jun 2nd: CNG.SYS
Jun 3rd: WMILIB.SYS
Jun 6th: NTFS.SYS
I have dmp files for all 3 crashes if requested.