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So you're running a Windows 7 SP1 PC using USA English and are getting these blue screens playing videos. We don't really have enough information yet to get to the bottom of things with any certainty.
What brought this on - what changes have you made prior to the problem occurring? What types of videos being played back provoke this behaviour eg AVI, WMV etc and using what player eg within a web page (under what browser) or using Windows Media Player?
As far as possible causes, are all your drivers up to date from Intels website (including any graphics drivers)? Are you using onboard graphics or a discrete graphics card (assuming that board is capable of accepting a card, I've not checked)? Is this a 100% reproducable problem or was it a one off and other videos play fine? What are your system specs such as additional cards/hardware/hard drive space etc other than the motherboard.
MY SYSTEM CONFIGURATION IS i3-2100(PROCESSOR),DH67 BLB3 (MOTHERBOARD),1 TB SEAGATE HDD,4GB RAM,ON BORD VIDEO,WINDOWS 7 .(DISPLAY USING DVI CABLE )
THE ERROR CAME AS" A CLOCK SIGNAL WAS NOT RECIEVED BY THE SECONDARY PROCESSOR IN THE ALOTED TIME INTERVAL ,FOLLOWED BY DUMPING PHYSICAL MEMORY AND THE DETAILS AREProblem Event Name: BlueScreenOS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1Locale ID: 1033Additional information about the problem:BCCode: 101BCP1: 00000031BCP2: 00000000BCP3: 807CC120BCP4: 00000001OS Version: 6_1_7601Service Pack: 1_0Product: 256_1THIS HAPPENS WHEN PLAYING .MKV FILE WITH POWER DVD AS WELL AS GOM PLAYER
pravi wrote:THIS HAPPENS WHEN PLAYING .MKV FILE WITH POWER DVD AS WELL AS GOM PLAYER
If it's ONLY under those circumstances and playing back other videos works fine then I suspect you may have a corrupt mkv file (have you tried this with several known good mkv files) or there's a problem with your player software or you're not using the latest drivers (you haven't fully answered paras 2 & 3 from my post).