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This does not answer your query directly but I guess it will help.
Intel hosts live chat event with their experts where people can discuss Intel products technologies including their core processors. I reckon that it will be a good platform to ask this or any other question. The next event is on 26th March at 9:30 am GMT.
ah, damn have to wait till then... Thanks anyways hope there will be someone that could help.
101 = CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT
It's a sync issue between the mutiple cores, if your overclocking then it could be due to that.
There seems to be some issues with virtualisation and getting this BSOD, you can get a hot fix from microsoft that could help.
No, I didn't make overcloack.
Thanks for the url but, I have Windows 7 32-bit and on the website it says only for windows vista and windows server 2008
should I still download the hotfix and try?
my comp. is brand new, the employs of the comapny that I bought allready installed the latest drivers for everything, I don't think the error is really caused by drivers out of date
here's the cpu temperature http://i061.radikal.ru/1003/c9/9d2be8985903.jpg I don't think 100 is critical
That temperature is the critical cutout temperature, the temperature you need is in the next section up under sensors.
If it's close to that critial temp then you have issues.
Given that it's new, then I'd return it for replacement.
sorry my mistake
temp. is 35-45 far from critical
And by the way when I play some games, the keyboard is like "breaking" for example I press W to move forward then remove finger from W but the object I am controling in game is still moving, the keyboard is like not responding, the mouse works perfectly. I tried to put other keyboard and so far my comp didn't crash
I don't know if there's any common things between the crash and keyboard but still...