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Windows 10 crashing pc

*Update*


After cleaning pc totally and adding thermal paste, and taking 1 ram stick out (different manufacturer than the other) bsod haven't showed up yet, also i switched back to windows 10 1703 build so i was able to take fast boot off from power settings

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi!

 

Ive had this problem before with newer windows 10 versions, but now the oldest possible windows 10 version that i can be on has started this same thing, basicly what happens is my both screens turns black pc is on for a while and it either turns off or doesn't turn off if my gpu drivers doesnt completely crash, i've tried older AMD drivers and they doesn't seem to fix it. Ps ive checked my temps gpu is MAX 65 and cpu max 50

 

Cpu: fx4300

Gpu: R9 270x

 

ive had this pc for 2 years

 

Windows event error

 

A fatal hardware error has occurred.

Component: AMD Northbridge
Error Source: Machine Check Exception
Error Type: HyperTransport Watchdog Timeout Error
Processor APIC ID: 0

The details view of this entry contains further information.

 

 

BUGCHECK Code

0x00000124

 

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Going by what it says failed sounds like you may be in the market for a new board: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northbridge_(computing)

 

Any overclocks?

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Check what your HT speed is in CPUz:

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Most lower end AM3+ boards would probably have it at 2200MHz, but mines is at 2600MHz at default. Also in bios NB HT voltage should be at 1.2v default on most Asus boards.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 hours ago, Rainbow Dash said:

Check what your HT speed is in CPUz:

image.png.8a5c9f4ed1857308d6e04841b44f80e1.png

Most lower end AM3+ boards would probably have it at 2200MHz, but mines is at 2600MHz at default. Also in bios NB HT voltage should be at 1.2v default on most Asus boards.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 hours ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Going by what it says failed sounds like you may be in the market for a new board: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northbridge_(computing)

 

Any overclocks?

I don't really think its motherboard tho this stuff appeared first time when i installed windows then and it was 6-8 months ago would be pretty weird if my motherboard would have fought so long :P i could be also wrong, ps i read from other forums that Win10 Update 1803 build fixed this for others, i will try updating my windows and if that doesn't work i think i will just reset my whole pc 

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11 minutes ago, bomberblyat said:

I don't really think its motherboard tho this stuff appeared first time when i installed windows then and it was 6-8 months ago would be pretty weird if my motherboard would have fought so long :P i could be also wrong, ps i read from other forums that Win10 Update 1803 build fixed this for others, i will try updating my windows and if that doesn't work i think i will just reset my whole pc 

Good luck, hopefully that fixes it.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, Rainbow Dash said:

Good luck, hopefully that fixes it.

Updated everything now diffrent amd driver crashsed, its called amdkmdap  i might have possible solution for this gonna try it later when i can 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
19 hours ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Going by what it says failed sounds like you may be in the market for a new board: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northbridge_(computing)

 

Any overclocks?

I tried to downclock but things get glitchy  etc, im doing rn scannow from cmd ive DONE literally everything im so close to throw this piece of garbage out of window

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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer

*Update*


After cleaning pc totally and adding thermal paste, and taking 1 ram stick out (different manufacturer than the other) bsod haven't showed up yet, also i switched back to windows 10 1703 build so i was able to take fast boot off from power settings

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