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Found the reason for BSOD 124

Discussion in 'Windows' started by littlewit, Jan 29, 2017.

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  1. littlewit

    littlewit HummingBird

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    Fellow techies,

    I have finally found the rotten child (sometimes children) that are causing my frustrating BSODs. I need your help in finding a solution to these issues.

    The issues are coming mostly from ntoskrnl.exe as you will see below. It is also coming from hal.dll

    I will attach photos so you can have a good look at what I have. If you need any other info please let me know. [​IMG] Thank you in advance.


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