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Trying to understand how this world works.


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accepted Is DELL's HP-P2507FWP PSU's 20-pin connector wiring non-standard?
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asked What's so special about `hal.dll+12a3b`?
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comment Is DELL's HP-P2507FWP PSU's 20-pin connector wiring non-standard?
Indeed this turned out to be a problem of bad capacitors. Thank you! Please post as an answer so that I can accept.
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asked Is DELL's HP-P2507FWP PSU's 20-pin connector wiring non-standard?
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accepted How to find the source of this BSOD? How to fix it?
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accepted Firefox always the one causing BSOD 0x124 on Windows 7 64-bit
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comment Firefox always the one causing BSOD 0x124 on Windows 7 64-bit
This is such a difficult problem to troubleshoot... Since this isn't a critical show stopper (but annoying nevertheless) I was tracking the problem, suspecting malware (see above updates). Getting rid of that malware (how did it get in?) initially seemed to have mitigated the problem, but it eventually resurfaced. Answering your question: No I cannot reproduce the same problem with any other web browser or application. The graphics card I have is NVIDIA GeForce 6200 LE (yes, I know it's old but I'm not a gamer). Another +1.
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revised Firefox always the one causing BSOD 0x124 on Windows 7 64-bit
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answered How to setup Windows 7 firewall to work like a normal personal firewall?