Monthly Archives: July 2014

Bugcheck 0x124–Hardware error has occurred

There are some bugcheck codes that scream the root cause right in their description and 0x124 is one of them. 13: kd> !analyze -show 0x124 WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR (124) A fatal hardware error has occurred. Parameter 1 identifies the type of error … Continue reading

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Analyzing 0x9E BSOD–Part II

Continuing some tips from the previous blog on troubleshooting a 0x9E BSOD, I mentioned that we should use hang dump analysis tactics to this particular blue screen. Using the same kernel dump from the blog, we checked that !exqueue /f … Continue reading

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Analyzing 0x9E BSOD–Part I

Now that the World Cup is over… By the way Congratulations to all Germans !! Back to debugging and blogging … One very popular bugcheck I face is the 0x9E – USER_MODE_HEALTH_MONITOR – that causes some misleading interpretation on the … Continue reading

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