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Windows 7: BSoD STOP 0xE1 coming out of standby - ntkrnlpamp.exe?

16 Oct 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium x86
 
 
BSoD STOP 0xE1 coming out of standby - ntkrnlpamp.exe?

Windows 7 Home Premium x86. 4GB RAM. 500GB HDD.
Bluescreens just about every time I wake the computer from standby or hibernation.
For the time being, I'm doing a full shut-down+startup every 15-20 minutes but I waste a lot of time each time I boot my computer.

Keep getting 0xE1 (WORKER_THREAD_RETURNED_AT_BAD_IRQL).

SystemFileChecker (cmd.exe>sfc /scannow) shows no errors, and CheckDisk (ChkDsk /r) reveals nothing out of the ordinary.

Please help?

Thanks,
-Emanfman


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16 Oct 2012   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x86
 
 
Derp forgot to upload dumps

*bump* <-Please tell me that's allowed!
EDIT: No longer a bump! This post has been upgraded to "legit" status because I just realized I had forgotten to upload the dump files!
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