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Windows 7: BSOD in Sleep Mode


13 Dec 2009   #21

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 
Also have BSOD on sleep & hibernate

Clean install of Windows 7 64-bit and have updated all drivers from Device Manager. Still get bsod after sleep and hibernate mode. Have disabled all startup items except Microsoft Defender. Upgraded to latest GeForce driver released a couple of weeks ago.

Seems like a lot of people are getting bsod on Windows 7 64-bit systems. Maybe this is a Microsoft problem?

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13 Dec 2009   #22

windows 7 64bit
 
 

Geo64
The msmxsdk.sys is a modem driver and I can't find anything newer that 06/07 version, So I am using the MS version dated 5/6/09.
Advira AntiVIR is on the MS compatablity list and also been reccommended here on this forum. I'll see if it helps, but ...
kcburgie
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13 Dec 2009   #23

windows 7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SethT View Post
Clean install of Windows 7 64-bit and have updated all drivers from Device Manager. Still get bsod after sleep and hibernate mode. Have disabled all startup items except Microsoft Defender. Upgraded to latest GeForce driver released a couple of weeks ago.

Seems like a lot of people are getting bsod on Windows 7 64-bit systems. Maybe this is a Microsoft problem?


SethT
MS has told me its a hardware problem and HP says its an upgrade issue. The only options are sistematicly narrow down the source and fix it, or revert back to Vista, which I dread.
The only thing that has worked for so far, is to set the computer sleep setting to never and then test the ideas as they come along.

kcburgie
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15 Dec 2009   #24

windows 7 64bit
 
 

Geo64
Uninstalled AV and ran tests today . It didn't help, two blue screens, 0x0...F4. The first time the screen went black with only the cursor. The second time all the icons disappeared. Returned the sleep settings the never and let it run for a couple hours. When I came back the screen was frozen.
Dump files attached

kcburgie
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16 Dec 2009   #25
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Both were caused by wininit.exe - which I haven't seen in a long, long time.
In the old days it was a symptom of a malware infection. Please try scanning for malware in order to rule it out.

Then try running SFC.EXE /SCANNOW from an elevated (Run as administrator) Command Prompt.

Also, as you get time, please run these 2 tests:
Memory Diagnostics
HD Diagnostic

Let us know the results and we'll move on from there.
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17 Dec 2009   #26

windows 7 64bit
 
 

usasma

I ran sfc.exe/scannow twice and there were no integrity violations.

Virus scanned with TrendMicro House call 7.1, Avira, no detections. And Windowsecurity trojanscan, 6 cookies, no other warnings.

Downloaded Seatools for Windows, ran long drive test and generic long test and passed both.

Memtest86+ v4.0 is on its 7th pass now, no errors. Yesterday I had swapped memory cards with some I had removed from my main computer when I replaced the processor last week, didn't make any difference that I could tell.

Wininit.exe may have come from my DSL provider, hard to tell, old install disc. If you Google it its like the mdmxsdk modem driver, some say its a nescesary part of the operating system, where others say its a trojan / malware and should be removed. Got a coin ?
Is there a prefered method of removal ? One site lists the path through registery, TrendMicro has a trojan cleaner, not sure if its free, or if it works. If removed, could it cause more issues ?

No crashes ( not hybernating ) or freeze-ups today. Tomorrow will reset sleep setting and see what happens as I wait for your insight on the wininit issue.

Thanks for all your help on this.

kcburgie
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18 Dec 2009   #27
Microsoft MVP

 
 

wininit.exe is a critical part of the OS. During startup it's what starts SERVICES.EXE, LSASS.EXE, and LSM.EXE. Then it initializes a part of the registry, and does some user-mode initialization. These are involved in security of the OS, so that's why they're frequently seen with infections.

If you're unsure of it, submit it to Jotti's malware scan for testing. Don't remove it unless it's in the wrong place.
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24 Dec 2009   #28

windows 7 64bit
 
 

usamsa

I've spent the last several days testing some different power setting combinations and nothing seemed to work. I'm still running minimum programs and have not tranfered any of my previous files. This install freezes randomly, as well as blue screens if I let it go into sleep mode. Monday the screen was froze nearly every time I tried to use the computer, sometimes for just a few minutes and twice I had to do a hard restart. Three seperate installs and three slightly different sets of problems. I'll atach the dump files.

Today I see that MS has released a hot fix for errors 0x0...F4 and 0x0....7A, could this the the fix ? Is it better to wait for the official update ?

Keep me posted
kcburgie
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24 Dec 2009   #29
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Have you got a link to the hot fix release?

The link that you posted isn't the dump file - it's just a shortcut to it on your hard drive:
Code:
C:\Windows\Minidump\122309-20607-01.dmp
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24 Dec 2009   #30

windows 7 64bit
 
 

usasma
The hot fix is referenced in a reply from Tews in Destroyer1990's post " Please refer " HERE " for just released hotfixes for your issues.." Not sure if I can copy the link. It's dated 12/22/09.

Sorry for the dump file mishap. I have company and was in a hurry. Try this one

Thanks and Merry Xmas
kcburgie
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