Crash everytime I go in Sleep mode

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       #21

    Usually these reports give just little hints. Yours keeps pointing toward that driver.

    Did you go into device manager and look for any yellow warnings that it is corrupted?
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       #22

    It says the driver is working fine.
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       #23
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       #24

    Clean booting now.. Also would removing everything that has to do with the video driver than re installing it do anything?
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       #25

    Well, I can go to sleep mode with 3 monitors and I haven't gotten a random BSOD yet.
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  6. Posts : 17,796
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       #26

    Clean boot stops startup programs from loading. Maybe one of them is behind this, maybe anti virus. Lets go with this for now.
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  7. Posts : 336
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       #27

    Scratch that, just got a BSOD when going into sleep mode in a clean boot.
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       #28

    Im going to check those dumps very carefully and see if I can see something in addition to the driver. Probably tomorrow morning or late in the day. Its Christmas.
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       #29

    I understand, thanks for all your help. I'll upload the BSOD that happened in a clan boot soon.
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  10. Posts : 336
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       #30

    I'll work on what you just posted, in the mean time here is the BSOD log from the clean boot.
    Also, should I be in clean boot for the thing you posted above?
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