Hello, and thank you in advance for any help you may offer.
I put this computer together April 2008 and installed Windows XP on a 640G drive. In April 2011 I installed a second hard drive, a 300Gig Velociraptor, and installed an OEM version of Windows 7 Home Premium x64; XP is still on the first hard disk, and I do not dual-boot. On November 12, 2011, I upgraded from 2Gigs Corsair RAM to 4Gigs Crucial RAM.
I've been getting BSOD after resuming form sleep mode for a week or so. If I go into sleep mode and then resume right away, there is no problem; otherwise, the computer may reboot when I resume from standby. I may get to the logon screen and enter my password before BSOD reboots the system.
My wife, who has her own logon, told me that "the computer has been acting weird lately." She told me this morning that she couldn't launch a browser to send an email.
The problems may have started after I used CCleaner, but I'm not sure.
I have one unknown device in device manager that has had no driver
since the Windows 7 install, but it hasn't been a problem. After using Uniblue's driver scanner to update drivers
, I have an additional 3 items that cannot start (two Microsoft ISATAP Adapters and a Teredo Tuneling Pseudo-Interface.)
I believe that the Windows_NT6_BSOD_jcgriff2 is zipped with the system health report; I've not zipped files before this.
Again, thank you for any help you may offer.
P.S. I've tried system restore, but the problem remained.