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Hi all:

 

Am getting near-constant BSOD crashes.  Here are screenshots from three of the last four from "Blue Screen Viewer:"

 

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Can anyone spot what the problem might be? My computer specs:

 

OS: Win7/64 Pro
MB: ASUS P877-V Pro (Intel Z77)
CPU: Intel i7 3770K (4.5 GHz o/c) liquid-cooled
RAM: 32 GB DDR3 SDRAM
GPU: nVidia GTX 680
PSU: 950w
HD: 512 GB SSD
FSX Version:  Accel.

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Are you using the 320.18 Nvidia drivers? Lots of reports of such system exception errors with same. WHQL makes fun of its name and mission yet again!

 

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Are you using the 320.18 Nvidia drivers? Lots of reports of such system exception errors with same. WHQL makes fun of its name and mission yet again!

 

I can vouch for possible Nvidia issues too.  Only BSOD I ever got on my system was about four years ago, after an Nvidia driver update and change to the Nvidia config.  I backed off what I did, and no problems since.  I can't recall on the top of my head my driver set, but it's been stable, the version is 9.18.13.623, the date of the set 8/20/2012.

 

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The BSOD was caused by the srv2.sys and this is a driver for the System Management Bus -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_Management_Bus .  It's a corrupted driver and it has nothing to do with the Nvidia drivers.  What he needs to do is download and install a program like Driver Scanner.  It will scan your system and look for drivers out of date.  It will then go on the Internet and look for the most recent.  That's freeware.  It becomes payware if you want the program to update the drivers for you or, if you know how to use Google, you can look for the outdated drivers yourself, download and install.

 

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Jim


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Okay I have just experienced my first BSOD while using FSX as well. I am using the latest nvidia 320 drivers. 

 

Here's what mine is:

 

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
  OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
  Locale ID: 1033
 
Additional information about the problem:
  BCCode: 124
  BCP1: 0000000000000000
  BCP2: FFFFFA800D073028
  BCP3: 00000000BE000000
  BCP4: 0000000000800400
  OS Version: 6_1_7601
  Service Pack: 1_0
  Product: 256_1
 
Files that help describe the problem:
  C:\Windows\Minidump\060613-10436-01.dmp
  C:\Users\Kwon\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-16801-0.sysdata.xml
 
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Can someone please tell me what the cause of this was? I was in the middle of flying and all a sudden BSOD.
 
I've read a blog with another user having the same BSOD as me and Word Not Allowed said it was a result of my v-core setting being too low? I am overclocked on an i7-3770k to 4.5Ghz and my v-core shows 1.200-1.208V under CPU-Z. Do you guys think this is the problem and if I should up the voltage?

Aaron Vinci

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Sure, check overclocking BSOD codes: http://www.overclock.net/t/935829/the-overclockers-bsod-code-list

 

ususally 124 means that you should increase vcore. Your vcore looks too low for me, but maybe i'm wrong becouse i don't have ivy bridge. I have my sandy(2700K) at 4.8GHz and arround 1.4Vcore(arround becouse i use offset mode). It is stable at 1.38, but for fsx ot full stability you have to add some more vcore.

 

This can also happen becouse of wrong BIOS settings, especialy C-states. This is from OC forums:

 

"To prevent idle or Random BSODs (sometimes error 124) you have to set the C States in a particular way.

If you are using offset mode for voltage, you mustdisable the C3 and C6 report.
 

If you are using Manual voltage then you must either run them on auto or enable them."

 

Here is the whole thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1120291/solving-fixing-bsod-124-on-sandybridge-read-op-first


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Thanks, I have upped my v-core to 1.25, lets hope this will stabilize things. RealTemp is reporting the max temp on one of my cores is 82C, is this bad?


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When that happens? With FSX would be bad, my temps are below 60c with FSX. You should have a good cooler and you should do some CPU stress testing. With IBT temps should be below 90c at default test, this is orientative and it's a good sign if you can keep temps below 90c. 

Then you should do some more tests with Prime95 for several hours. According to Assus, AIDA64 is the right stress test utility for ivy bridge.

Try with some OC guides:http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards


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The OP was talking about a BSOD w/a 044 Stop Code and showing that it was caused by the svc2.sys driver.  This has nothing to do with overheating and BSOD Stop 0124 issues.  Please start a new post.

 

Best regards,

Jim


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