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Ok the first crash on waking from sleep occurs with VSS ...(Volume shadows Service)... probably accesing a drive which is not there.... Do you have any backup your doing probably to an external device via USB ??
The second crash on waking from sleep occurs with eeCtrl (Symantec Eraser Control)... again probably accessing a drive to clean..... you would need to remove this as this is also part of the kernel driver.... ( its could have been there because of a previous unintallation)...
Try disabling VSS and if possible an norton services.....
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