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BSoD While Streaming Netflix, Playing Any Game, Error 0x00000124?


Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit - OEM. Hardware is a little under a year old.


View 3 Replies (Posted: Mar 25, 2012)

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Windows information:

- 64 bit.

- Not the original OS. At first this had Windows Vista Home Premium Dutch 64 bit, then Windows 7 Home Premium Dutch 64 bit as an upgrade I got cheaply from my ACER, and finally out of misery I got Windows 7 Ultimate English 64 bit.

- Full retail.

- I got my system just over 2 years ago.

- My current OS is about half a year old I estimate. The problem recurred over all OS's.

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