When you are using Windows, maybe you ever find some errors happen. One of them is 0x00000124 Error. That error is Blue Screen of Death error which often occur in Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10. There are the causes of 0x00000124 Error. You can see in the text below.
- Incorrectly configured or corrupted device drivers.
- Virus or malware infection which has corrupted Windows system files
- Corruption in Windows registry from a recent software change.
- Damaged system files after you have installed software.
- Driver conflict after installing new hardware.
- Error 0x00000124 error caused by a damaged hard disk.
- Corruption in memory (RAM).
- Low CPU voltage.
- Error 0x00000124 caused by damaged registry files.
- Error 0x00000124 can be caused by a variety of hardware, firmware, driver, or software issues.
If you get the problem of 0x00000124 Error, you can fix it by several methods. There are the methods to fix0x00000124 Error in Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10. You can see its methods in the text below. Choose the methods which is easier for you.
Method 1: Clean Out your System Junk with Disk Cleanup (This method is applied for Windows 7, 8 or 10).
- At the same time please press “Windows key” and “X”.
- Then please select “Command Prompt (Admin)” option.
- After that click “Yes” to run the command prompt as an administrator.
- Please type “cleanmgr” and press Enter.
- Then automatically “Disk Cleanup” will begin to run. It calculates how much occupied disk space you can reclaim.
- Afterwards please check all the dialogue boxes occupied by unnecessary files. It is include the temporary files box.
- The last to remove all junk files, you can click OK.
Method 2: Disable overlock in Bios (This method is applied for Windows 8, 8.1 or 10).
- Please open Start Menu and go to “Settings”.
- Then please click on “Update and Security”.
- After that find the “Recovery” tab.
- Then click on Advanced Startup and click on “Restart now”. So your computer will restart.
- Afterwards on advanced startup, you can go to “Troubleshoot”, then “Advanced Options” and then “UEFI Firmware Settings”.
- Next you can click “Restart”. It will open Bios automatically.
- Then in BIOS, please find the “Advanced” tab and disable Overclocking option.
- Do not forget to save changes to Bios.
- The last please restart your computer.
Method 3: Utilize Windows system Restore to “Undo” Recent System changes (This method is applied for Windows 7, 8 or 10).
- Please click the Start button.
- Then please type “System Restore” in the search box, and press Enter.
- Afterwards in the results, please click “System Restore”.
- After that please enter any administrator passwords if asked.
- Then please follow the steps in the Wizard to choose a restore point.
- The last you can restore your computer.