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Can't install SP1 and Event 19, WHEA-Logger in error logs

I've just built a new sandy bridge build with the following:

CPU: i5 2500K (no overclocking yet)
motherboard: Asus p8p67 pro
memory: Crucial 8GB 1333 mhz
GPU: Geforce 460 GTX SE
Power supply: Crucial 650TX
SSD: crucial 128 GB (primary w/ windows 7)
HDD: 500 GB Western Digital

I've just tried installing SP1 and it's not working with the automatic Windows Update utility. I've gone ahead and taken a look at the event logs and I see that there are at least 100 warning messages like as follows:

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A corrected hardware error has occurred.

Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Corrected Machine Check
Error Type: Internal parity error
Processor ID: 4

The details view of this entry contains further information.
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I've updated the BIOS on my Motherboard, I've ran a memory check (memtest85+) that didn't result in any errors. However I haven't had any luck installing SP1 and after 3 failed attempts.

Only been using the computer for 2 days.
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  1. problem same with ME,..
    CPU: i5 2500K (no overclocking yet)
    motherboard: Gigabyte H61M-D2-B3
    memory: Visipro 4GB 1333 mhz
    GPU: HIS ATI HD6850
    Power supply: Corsair VX450
    HDD: 500 GB + 1 TB Seagate
    Win7 Ultimate SP 1 x86

    I also update bios and replace with new MB but allways show WHEA logger on windows error logs,..
    what's wrong,,,, the CPU or windows fault,..
    I'm so confused,.....
  2. Best answer
    Mine ended up being the CPU's fault. I replaced the CPU and the WHEA logger stopped reporting errors. Although it still took some tweaks to get W7 SP1 installed.
  3. Best answer selected by dodgethat.
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