First of all, sorry for my low capacity to express myself in english. I hope that you can understand my message despite that.
Well, I will explain my problem from the beginning (the important thing is at the end, I will also explain another problem I have with the pc, because I want to know if it is related with the BSOD):
Some months ago, I had a very extrange problem with the PC. It happened one time and in the next day the computer ran well. About two months after that, it happened again and, after turning off the case fans, it ran well again
After that, I changed all my computer components except the MoBo, RAM, HD and DVD Reader. But some days ago it happened again, and it was solved by changing the SATA connector of the HD
The problem I am talking you about consists of that the windows animations/clock/all applications runs extremely fast (the clock ticks one minute every second, the animations run extremely fast, etc (all in the windows was "overclocked"))
Well, now I will explain the BSOD problem: yesterday, when I was watching a video in megavideo, the screen went black and the sound looped, and some seconds ago the computer restarted. After rebooting, in the event registry I saw that error reports (I will traduce because I have windows in spanish):
first error report:
Blue Screen code:
0x00000124 (0x0000000000000000, 0xfffffa80050308f8, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000).
Its your mobo. The capacitors that are broken normally means something will not be getting proper voltages and it looks like its the northbridge. The northbridge connects the CPU to the rest of the components (HDD, GPU etc) so if its getting too much or too little voltage it will cause weird issues.
Your only hope is to get either a new one of the same mobo ro a new mobo that supports your CPU and reinstall Windows.
Everything runs fast. How fast are they running? Did it speed up the pc or is it slowing other down?
It runs about 60x faster than normal time I think (I saw the clock and it ticked a minute every second aprox.) Everything in windows (not in bios) run at that speed. I dont know how to explain that. Its like if you put the Cheat Engine Speedhack at x60 in all the windows.
are you sure that it is the MoBo? This is good news if this is true, because the mobo is old and I dont mind changing it.
PD: Interesting update: I have noticed that it crashes (and I get the same error messages) everytime I see a HQ video in megavideo... what do you think about that?
As I said before the error you are getting is linked to the HyperTransport which is the link that AMDs CPUs use to communicate with the northbridge, the PCIe lanes and such. If the mobo has capacitors going bad and the voltage is not regulating properly it can cause crashes when trying to communicate with the video, memory or anything.
I am more than 100% sure that your mobo is causing the issues. Get a new one and install Windows fresh and I am sure you wont have the problems anymore.