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Hello, I have been encountering some Windows 7 BlueScreens and I need help. I have provided the BlueScreen information, and will be happy to provide more information if needed.

Dump File: 120912-9984-01.dmp
Crash Time: 12/9/2012 6:44:16 PM
Bug Check String:
Bug Check Code: 0x00000124
Parameter 1: 00000000'00000000
Parameter 2: fffffa80'10e9d028
Parameter 3: 00000000'be200000
Parameter 4: 00000000'0005110a
Caused By Driver: hal.dll
Caused By Address: hal.dll+12a3b
File Description:
Product Name:
Company:
File Version:
Processor: x64
Crash Address: ntoskrnl.exe+7efc0
Stack Address 1:
Stack Address 2:
Stack Address 3:
Computer Name:
Full Path: C:\Windows\Minidump\120912-9984-01.dmp
Processors Count: 8
Major Version: 15
Minor Version: 7601
Dump File Size: 310,352

Taken with BlueScreenView.

My system:
P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 (BIOS 3304)
Intel Core i7 2600K @4.5GHz (Stable)
8GB DDR3 1600MHz Mushkin RAM
Intel 330 60GB SSD (SRT)
320GB Seagate Barracuda HDD (BOOT)
1TB WD Black HDD
2x160GB HDD RAID 0
MSI GTX 670 Power Edition
Corsair HX750W 80+ Silver
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  1. First, turn off your overclock, you may believe it's stable but it may not be. Next run a memtest on your sticks of RAM. On your overclock are you overvolting as well?
  2. amorenn said:
    First, turn off your overclock, you may believe it's stable but it may not be. Next run a memtest on your sticks of RAM. On your overclock are you overvolting as well?

    memtest86+ reports no errors after 4 hours (ran it before). I'll try removing the overclock, but the problem is that I can't reproduce the crash, so I won't know for sure. I am overcolting the core to 1.305v, and the VCCIO to 1.075v and everything else is stock. It passed Prime95 for 36 hours.
  3. Problem with Hal.dll
    Either a virus/malware, do a virus scan.
    Run SFC /scannow from a elevated(run as administrator) command prompt.
    You may end up reinstalling windows.
  4. memadmax said:
    Problem with Hal.dll
    Either a virus/malware, do a virus scan.
    Run SFC /scannow from a elevated(run as administrator) command prompt.
    You may end up reinstalling windows.

    Ran a Kaspersky virus scan, and SFC /scannnow and got this: "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations."
    Waiting on Kaspersky...

    Any other thoughts?
  5. Get a program called Who Crashed? For a indepth look at ur crash dumps. It will show a bigger picture besides what you got.
    Also, have you installed any hardware lately? Anything, doesn't matter, even USB jump drives. Uninstall it and see how it goes. HAL is your hardware layer. If it's going tripping then its a driver or hardware problem more likely.
  6. memadmax said:
    Get a program called Who Crashed? For a indepth look at ur crash dumps. It will show a bigger picture besides what you got.
    Also, have you installed any hardware lately? Anything, doesn't matter, even USB jump drives. Uninstall it and see how it goes. HAL is your hardware layer. If it's going tripping then its a driver or hardware problem more likely.

    No new hardware has been installed, but some games have been that install their own DirectX updates. Only thing I can say is that I frequently plug and unplug other USB equipment, so I'll try only using my peripherals. So far, everything has been going well, I updated my BIOS and Intel RST, and changed everything to default, except my SATA controller to RAID. Thanks for the help but I'll keep you posted.
  7. Best answer
    Alright man, good luck.
  8. memadmax said:
    Alright man, good luck.

    Thanks for the help, turned out it was the display driver. I had some remains of an AMD driver (wierd, I've never owner an AMD card, or AMD hardware), but it's fixed now.
  9. Best answer selected by locomoco321.
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