Bsod X124 and x9c

Please somebody help me.

I figured out what is causing the BSODs.
When I disable Intel Dynamic Acceleration mode in bios the x124 Bsod stops, but this solution reduce processing power.

Before disabling IDA, my Processor's Windows Experience Index was 7.1 and now is 6.5.

Please help me find a solution.

Sorry for my english.
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  1. Just out of curiosity, how do you know that your processing power has been reduced? Do you have benchmark results to confirm, or are you simply basing your theory on your WEI?
  2. I know because my processor now can not go further than 1.6Ghz, and before he reached 2.8Ghz .
  3. OK. Let's start with the basics...

    1. Clear CMOS by using the jumper method (should be described in your motherboard manual) or by removing the CR2302 battery for a couple of minutes.

    2. Check your Power Supply Unit. Using a digital multimeter, check to see that the voltages on the P1 (20/24-pin) connector are within their tolerable levels.
  4. The problem is, my computer is a laptop Toshiba Qosmio X505 Q870.
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