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Multiple BSODs

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August 23, 2011 11:51:04 PM

Hey guyz,

Ive been collecting this data over the past few weeks and I have been using BlueScreenView to watch the stop errors. My stop codes as is :

8/22/11 : 0x00000116 Caused By Driver: dxgkrnl.sys
8/18/11: 0x00000116 Caused By Driver: dxgkrnl.sys
8/14/11: 0x00000124 Caused By Driver: ntoskrnl.exe
8/13/11: 0x00000124 Caused By Driver: ntoskrnl.exe
8/8/11 : 0x00000124 Caused By Driver: ntoskrnl.exe
8/2/11: 0x0000001a Caused By Driver: ntoskrnl.exe BUG CHECK STRING MEMORY_MANAGEMENT
7/31/11: 0x00000116 Caused By Driver: dxgkrnl.sys
7/31/11: 0x00000116 Caused By Driver: dxgkrnl.sys
7/27/11: 0x00000124 Caused By Driver: ntoskrnl.exe

Some errors occur while gaming others occur while doing stuff as simple as surfing the internet. Ive updated my video drivers and the errors occur less often now. Due to multiple stop codes I am thinking maybe flashing the BIOS? Ive run Malwarebytes several times and I am virus free.

My system (Not Overclocking):
OS: Win 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1
MOBO: ASUS M4A79XTD EVO
Processor: AMD Phenom II x2 550 Processor (2 CPUS), ~3.1GHz
Memory: 4096MB RAM
DirectX: DirectX 11
Video Card: Crossfire* x2 1GB ATI Radeon HD 5770
Hardrive: 1TB WD HDD, 128GB WD HDD, 128 Corsair SSD (Run my OS on this)
PSU: Corsair TX650W PSU

Any information would be helpful!
Thanks in advance!

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a b B Homebuilt system
August 24, 2011 12:36:54 AM

Hi there, welcome to the forums.

I'm no expert, but I'm guessing it's a problem with the SSD. Is it a Corsair force 3? If so, those have been recalled: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/corsair-force3-recall-...

Check to see if your SSD was affected. That's the most obvious thing I can think of.

Cheers!
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August 24, 2011 1:18:31 AM

dont think my corsair was recalled considering i bought/installed it during the middle of these BSOD errors.
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a b B Homebuilt system
August 24, 2011 1:42:48 AM

There could be many possiblilities. I'd start by running Memtest86 from a floppy, CD or flash drive. Make sure you have a good clean Vid card driver installation. You can also run ccleaner to get rid of any stray drivers. If the RAM tests good and you've checked all the cable connections, etc. I'd run Prime 95 for several hours to stress test. If you still have issues I'd remove one Vid card and test again. As noted there have been issues with many SSDs so you could have multiple issues causing BSODs.

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/corsair-force3-recall-...

http://www.memtest86.com/

http://www.pchelpsoft.com/pc-cleaner/lp1/?gclid=CIiN_Jb...
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