|23 Feb 2010||#1|
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W7-64 resume sleep BSOD
I did see the sticky but not sure it is my problem. I have included my mini dump since this seems to be something new. I thought I sleep and awoke fine until the other day.
Now at wake up it went to BSOD. It tried to reboot and then I got an message that it the memory could not span the hibernation and it was a firmware issue or something like that.
If someone could read my dump, and figure out what is causing it, I would appreciate it. So is that hotfix for me?
PS my 1TB drive is partitioned if that makes any difference.
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