When my computer has been in sleep mode for a couple of hours and I wake it up, it runs fine in 10 seconds until I get this annoying bluescreen, and the computer turns itself off. The problem seemed to appear after I downgraded from Windows 8 Pro to Windows 7 Home Premium OEM. I've tried reinstalling Windows 7, and the only difference is that it doesn't happen as often as before. Before it would crash after some minutes in sleep mode. Now it must have been in sleep mode for at least one hour. I have used Windows 7 on my computer before, and I have never ever experienced problems like this.
The reason why there are not so many dump-files is because of the clean install. I can say that all previous crashes also were related to csrss.exe (and some ntosrknl.exe).
I've tried getting help from the Microsoft Community, but that didn't seem to help. I have tried:
- Running Malwarebytes
- RunningSystem File Check
- Full diagnostic scan of SSD
- Clean install
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