|16 Jan 2013||#1|
8-Core Crashes instead of Sleeps!(!x715)
Yesterday, I was TV, when I got a BSOD.
While it was collecting it's data, I read the screen and saw it was the sleep driver. I powered up, and checked for solutions, and it downloaded something. I rebooted because it wanted to. Nobody was using it, so I told it to sleep, which it did quietly. [Problem solved!]
In the morning, my wife woke me and asked if I shut down the computer [not normal in my house] because it was shut off. I powered it up, and fell asleep on the couch while she used it, then got ready for work. Before leaving, she wanted to check something and the computer was off again! I havn't let it sleep since...
Any guesses? Included is the dump made after the last crash
Update: Computer no longer crashes with BSOD, it quietly sleeps but must be powered up and recover each time...
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