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Windows 7: BSOD after selecting Hibernate in Windows 8 Pro x64

06 Jan 2013   #1

Windows 8 Pro x64
BSOD after selecting Hibernate in Windows 8 Pro x64

So it wasn't really a BSOD at first. I did click on hibernate, the monitor did turn off but the PC didn't. So I had to hit the reset button after a few minutes. It booted and the "there was a BSOD" message came up. It said something about: kernel stack inpage error

It just happened two times since I installed Windows 8. Never happened in Windows 7.
The first time the BSOD happened after waking the PC up from hibernation.

I have the Diagnostics Tool files attached.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

EDIT: I just realized there is a seprate forum for Windows 8. Sorry about that! I'll post it there. This can be deleted or locked.

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