BSOD randomly after booting, error code 0x00000124

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  1. axe0's Avatar
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       #11

    The 'Conflict/Sharing' part shows what parts are sharing memory addresses, this is why the device ID is required, to find which part(s) is/are causing the crashes.
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       #12

    Hi axe0,
    My laptop driver has been updated, also for bios version, the network adapter and intel chipset. And I have done all that you recommend to solve the problem. I use the latest version of driver downloaded from HP website support. I run furmark for 35 minutes and no BSOD anymore, i try to watch movies or browsing internet for 2 hours, and then the laptop goes normal. I think the BSOD problem solved, hopefully the problem not show up again. Thank you to axe0 for all contribution and help.
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  3. axe0's Avatar
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       #13

    Good to hear
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