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Solved: Suggestions To Fix Bsod Error Code 127



If you have bsod bugcheck 127 on your system, this guide should help you.



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Perhaps more important than the 7F BSOD is ID41, which I’ll cover later so you can refer to it if you need to.

BugCheck 7F, {8, ffffd001a8a20a30, ffffd0002027ffc0, fffff800539caa90}

Probably caused by: ntkrnlmp.exe (nt! KiPageFault b2)

ntkrnlmp.exe is a Windows component, which means that something else caused the error.

1A. *** ERROR: bcmwl63a.sys from 06/02/2014 Broadcom Wifi driver,

1B. *** ERROR: nvlddmkm.sys dated 12/10/2017 Nvidia video driver.

Contact your system / motherboard manufacturer’s support team, online documentation and drivers, and check the forums for known issues. Then ask Nvidia and Broadcom about newer versions and known issues. Also update BIOS, chipset drivers, and other important factors.

BiosVersion = 1.00

BiosReleaseDate = 10/14/2016

System Manufacturer = MSI

SystemProductName = MS-7A70

BaseBoardProduct = B250M BAZOOKA (MS-7A70)

BaseBoardVersion = 1.0

CPUID: “Intel (R) Core (TM) i5-7600K-CPU 3.80 GHz”

Maximum speed: 3800

Current speed: 3792

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