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This has been a on and off issue for a few months and only happens during gaming 

 

Prime 95 in 4 min will cause the BSOD 

 

On safe mode Prime 95 will cause a BSOD 

 

So from what ive read Its a hardware issue 

 

all my drivers are up to date as far as i know 

 

I disconnected the Gpu and Ram sticks and made sure everything is connected the right way 

 

Like I said only under a heavy load this error occurs

 

I've monitored my temps my CPU which is a AMD phenom II 1100t 6 CORE Hits about 55 C

 

And my gpu stays around 41 C

 

I can't figure out whats causing this issue please any help would me amazing

 

Thank You  

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Do you overlock the cpu ?

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Never have everything is set to default 

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what does the BSOD error say?

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We need to start doing some basic tests to try narrow down the cause.

 

First do a full memory test, software from here http://www.memtest86.com/

You need to run this until you have atleast 1 full pass.

 

It could still be an overheating issue, what are you using to measure your temps?

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I am guessing that since it is during gaming, Im going to guess its the video card, if you have an extra card laying around, pop that in, run prime95, and see what happens

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Ive been using CPUID HWMonitor to track the temps 

 

I don't believe that's it 

 

The BSOD error 

 

BlueScreen 

 

6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3

 

1033

 

BCCode 124

 

 

I checked the driver reporting the Issue its the Hal.dll 

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Ill be honest I never can get memtest86to work is their any other memory testing options that you trust ?? 

 

And sadly I don't have a spare GPU at the moment 

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BCCode 124 is General hardware so id wager either ram or the GPU driver, or a curveball may be the PSU not supplying enough amperes on the 12v Rail.

 

Number crunching/3d mode will pull max power from your PSU. If its having to run at full pitch to supply it could be causing brownouts if its struggling to provide.

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just curious, run CPU-Z, Ill bet your voltage is off.

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Top Qat I dont believe it is a overheating issue due to the fact my temps are all fine while I run Prime 95 and it get gives me a blue screen 

 

Mouth - I just downloaded CPU-Z quick walk through on what your talking about ? 

 

Mando- The GPU driver is up to date but my gut is its the Ram or even that power issue 

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I've never dealt with checking voltages i'm a little lost on this ?? 

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This has been a on and off issue for a few months and only happens during gaming 

 

Prime 95 in 4 min will cause the BSOD 

 

On safe mode Prime 95 will cause a BSOD 

 

So from what ive read Its a hardware issue 

 

all my drivers are up to date as far as i know 

 

I disconnected the Gpu and Ram sticks and made sure everything is connected the right way 

 

Like I said only under a heavy load this error occurs

 

I've monitored my temps my CPU which is a AMD phenom II 1100t 6 CORE Hits about 55 C

 

And my gpu stays around 41 C

 

I can't figure out whats causing this issue please any help would me amazing

 

Thank You  

 

Download this.  Will tell you what program/file is causing the BSOD.

 

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

 

Normally when I have BSOD playing games on the computer, its video card related.

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I have and it tells me its the Hal.dll driver / caused by address hal.dll+12a3b 

 

But theirs no clear cut answer on what this error is ? 

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I have and it tells me its the Hal.dll driver / caused by address hal.dll+12a3b 

 

But theirs no clear cut answer on what this error is ? 

 

I would run a memory test like someone else said. Ha.dll is a hardware issue.  Any additions/changes to hardware recently?  Any drivers updated at the same time this issue started?  Did you monitor your temps under heavy load?

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just curious, run CPU-Z, Ill bet your voltage is off.

thats my guess too.

 

maybe up the voltage and see what happens.

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It was a bad stick of memory boys

 

Doesn't anyone know how to see how whats the cap on the amount of ram speed my mother board can handle ?  

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It was rather obviously memory having read this O.o

 

Memtest is ALWAYS the first step. I don't care if your computer is on fire, the first check is always memory..

 

Memory is one of the few things that fails like this..

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My computer is doing the same thing I guess it wasnt the ram anyone have the next step in solving this ?????????

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Could this be a power supply issue and how would I know ?

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well if it is a power supply issue it would be because you are over loading it.  Best bet would be to check your power requirements or use a power supply calc and go one size bigger than recommended to be safe and allow for growth. 

 

Best bet would be to take your dump file and put it into this:

http://www.osronline.com/page.cfm?name=analyze

 

paste the results.  We can help you better that way....or we can guess every post you make.

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==================================================
Dump File         : 092813-42479-01.dmp
Crash Time        : 9/28/2013 10:35:19 AM
Bug Check String  : 
Bug Check Code    : 0x00000124
Parameter 1       : 00000000`00000000
Parameter 2       : fffffa80`07a56028
Parameter 3       : 00000000`b65ac000
Parameter 4       : 00000000`00000135
Caused By Driver  : hal.dll
Caused By Address : hal.dll+12a3b
File Description  : 
Product Name      : 
Company           : 
File Version      : 
Processor         : x64
Crash Address     : ntoskrnl.exe+75b80
Stack Address 1   : 
Stack Address 2   : 
Stack Address 3   : 
Computer Name     : 
Full Path         : C:\Windows\Minidump\092813-42479-01.dmp
Processors Count  : 6
Major Version     : 15
Minor Version     : 7601
Dump File Size    : 287,216
Dump File Time    : 9/28/2013 10:38:08 AM
==================================================
 
 
This is the BSOD report please help 

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It is very possible that this is a heat related issue what are your system temps. Use a utility like speed fan to get temps. Have it record to a file to get the last temp before failure.

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