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Windows 7: BSOD When Setting System to Sleep

29 Apr 2013   #1
caboose202

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BSOD When Setting System to Sleep

Hey guys, I've been getting this bsod for a few months now. From reading the .dmp it seems it may have something to do with MijXfilt.sys maybe. Through a quick search of this it has come up that a driver that I used (remotejoylite) has been known to cause this error. I've removed that program and yet the problem persists, so either it didn't uninstall everything, or that could have not been the error entirely.

I will mention though that this bsod started occurring after a near fresh reinstall of my OS. It also started occurring on the same day that I installed Assassins Creed 2 and remotejoylite to use a PS3 controller to play it with.

Thanks in advance to any insight on how to solve this bsod!

*edit* To further clarify, this bsod has only happened when sleeping my system. Shutting it down seems to let it shut down without bsod. But I get bsod usually every time I try to sleep.


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29 Apr 2013   #2
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