|27 May 2011||#1|
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shutting down/sleep problem
I have problems with bsod while gameing. I have reported this in another threat (Blu screen while gaming) in march/april. But no one helped me out. Tried everything DeanP asked me, but there was no more response from him.
For now I wolud like to live this problem with BSOD while gaming (I found that my graphic card was overheating and haven't found a solution yet; tried to clean from dust, reinstalled drivers, ...), because I have other problems with shutting down/sleep.
Sometimes the pc shuts down just fine. Sometimes when I try to shut down the pc, it comes to the windows shutting down screen and then to the black screen, but fans still work for 10-20 min and then the pc restarts. Only now I'm able to shut it down.
Sometimes some problems occure even when I try to wake my pc from sleep mode. It won't. I need to reset or even shut down (I need to push the shut down button for 5 sec).
I had more problems with bootin-up, but for now (2-3 weeks) they are gone.
I'm attaching the dump and system report files ...
System Manufacturer/Model Number /
OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64
CPU Intel C2Duo E6850 3ghz
Motherboard asus p5k
Memory GEIL Ultra 4 x 1gb PC6400 800 Mhz (GX22GB6400 UDC)
Graphics Card ATI HD 2900 XT (latest catalyst drivers)
Sound Card ON MOTHERBOARD
Monitor(s) Displays DELL 2408WFP, SAMSUNG Syncmaster 215TW
PSU Tagan 2-force II TG600-U33 600W
Cooling 2 big fans on case
Hard Drives WDC WD3200AAKS-00SBA0 WDC WD5002AALX-00J37A0 WD 32000AAJ external USB device SanDisk Cruzer USB device 16Gb
|My System Specs|
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