|19 Mar 2010||#1|
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Win7-64 BSoDs trying to sleep/hib/shutdown
So in contrast (I think) to a few of the other problems I've been reading about here, my computer refuses to sleep / hibernate / shutdown correctly. The problem started around Monday and has been very hard to track down. My computer takes forever to shutdown/sleep, so I've never actually seen the BSoD, but when I try to come back from whatever I was doing, it tells me windows was improperly shutdown and I get a nice crash report.
I used the seven forums tool to generate the full info package which can be downloaded here (probably only need most recent mini-dump):
I took a look at the stickied post, but don't think that applies since my hd is only 240GB. Also, I don't think I've changed anything major since Monday, other than perhaps Windows updates. I tried to install some thinkvantage updates to the mouse and power driver to fix the problem but that didn't help. I also uninstalled the Active Protection system last night to see if that helped, but this morning the problem was back. I have a Lenovo T61, 4GB RAM, 240GB HD, Integrated Video.
Thanks so much for the help, this things really bugging me and I'd love to figure out what's behind it!
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|20 Mar 2010||#2|
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I've uninstalled it but the problem persists, see the most recent one in the rar from the first post, I've also attached some from today's dumps as well. I'm going to try disabling all my startup items and services and seeing if that helps any. Thanks for the ongoing assistance!
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