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Laptop BSOD error124

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June 30, 2013 11:37:34 AM

Hello,
I have a problem with my laptop: I got random bsod errors with 0x00000124 code. The laptop undervolted with rmclock, probably too much... The problem is, I don't know how get information about the last used VID (or FID or any related thing) from windows minidumps. Is there any way, to get these information? These BSOD errors are rare, but I want to get rid of them. And I don't have too much time to run a lot of stability test, therefore if this possible, I want to avoid that.

Please, can somebody help me in this problem?
Thanks in advance!

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a c 241 K Overclocking
July 1, 2013 5:33:47 AM

go bios load default system .. if stil lhad BSOD to take out the battery, and Press the on/off button for 5seconds, the 2nd is more drastic u need to dissasemble all parts and take off the small battery ( battery mobo ) and hold it for ten minutes, put it back .. try on .. BE CAREFULL IF REMOVE PART LAPTOP!
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a c 81 K Overclocking
July 1, 2013 9:36:33 AM

Not sure about what that program can or cannot do, but that BSOD is associated with the CPU not getting enough voltage.
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July 1, 2013 1:38:14 PM

henydiah said:
go bios load default system .. if stil lhad BSOD to take out the battery, and Press the on/off button for 5seconds, the 2nd is more drastic u need to dissasemble all parts and take off the small battery ( battery mobo ) and hold it for ten minutes, put it back .. try on .. BE CAREFULL IF REMOVE PART LAPTOP!

Thank you for the message, fortunately the problem not this big. I just want to try to get the information about last used CPU state from Windows minidumps or memory dumps.
ihog said:
Not sure about what that program can or cannot do, but that BSOD is associated with the CPU not getting enough voltage.

The program (rmclock) is used for decreasing CPU voltage, to get more battery life and keep the CPU temp lower. With this program, I can adjust the voltage in every CPU state. And because the BSOD is very rare, I think the problem will be with one of the mid state.

If I have enough free time, I could stress testing the cpu with Prime95 in each state, but now I can afford to keep my laptop on every night: I am now on vacation and the power is limited. Plus there is even the night too hot for an ideal test environment.
This is why am I try to get a faster way to find the wrong cpu voltage.
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