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I would like to gather more information regarding this matter, please see below for the information required.
- What is the model of your computer?
- What is the operating system installed?
- Does your computer freeze/crash when running the emulator?
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Thank you for that information.
According to some third-party links from Microsoft forums, this event indicates that there is a hardware problem. A machine check exception indicates a computer hardware error that occurs when a computer's central processing unit detects a hardware problem. And, some of the suggestions to address this matter can be found below:
- Update the BIOS and the drivers for the motherboard chipset.
- Update all the hardware drivers, if updates are available from your manufacturer.
- If you have overclocked your CPU, reset your settings to the default settings.
You should be able to find these drivers here: ROG G551JW Driver & Tools| ROG - Republic Of Gamers | ASUS Global
Find the Microsoft link here: WHEA-LOGGER - Microsoft Community.
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There are no drivers for the processor, per se. What you need is the Intel Chipset Software package.
Now, as for where you get it, your primary source should be Asus. Asus is responsible for validating the drivers and software packages released by Intel on their products and Asus is responsible for making them available for download by their customers. One instance of the download page for your product is here: ROG GL551JW Driver & Tools| Laptops | ASUS USA. Now, I see that Asus has a package posted there, but this is an out-of-date package. Typical. This likely means that Asus hasn't even validated the updated version. Ah well. Here is a link to download this package from the Intel site: Download Intel® Chipset Device Software (INF Update Utility).
Hope this helps,