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Windows 7: BSOD after sleep help needed

08 Mar 2011   #11
zzzing

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

hours later, here is only one more crash on awakening from sleep, also posting my memory specs as seen in another post


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28 Apr 2011   #12
jonhp

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 
Same Problem

Hi, wondered if anyone has made any progress on this problem. I am having the exact same problem. The dump data is a little different; but it is a bsod during wake-up from sleep for windows 7 pro 64 bit with an SSD. My suspicion is that it is a driver problem but don't know how to dig deeper. Thanks, Jon
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28 Apr 2011   #13
zzzing

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

For myself, I have narrowed the issue down to my ssd sandforce controller ( I have the Zalman branded N64). There is a known issue with some motherboards and the sandforce 12xx ssd controller firmware or design. I have disabled sleep mode and now turn on and off the pc, not the most desirable solution, but no BSOD's. The latest firmware updates did not solve my issue, nor does using the latest Intel RST drivers, as suggested in some other forums.
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28 Apr 2011   #14
jonhp

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

My Corsair CSSD-F120GB2-BRKT is also based on a Sandforce Controller; apparently an SF-1200. I was not aware of the "known issue" status of this problem. My motherboard is an ASUS P7F7-E. It would be nice if the manufacturers would get this problem sorted out. Turning the PC on and off is an option; but it means more wasted power during the day when it would be too inconvenient to power cycle the system. it probably means just living with the occasional bsod coming out of sleep; but making sure everything is saved before leaving the system alone. zzzing, thanks for the update.
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29 Apr 2011   #15
zzzing

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Yeah, it is unfortunate that the motherboard manufacturers and the drive maker's don't get together and resolve this issue. See this long thread on Anandtech forums
Any info on the AData S599? Firmware upgrades on the way? - AnandTech Forums about the issue (adata is a reseller/repackager of sandforce ssd's, as is the Zalman that I have). Current firmware 3.4.6 which I got is supposed to resolve the issue, but it is not working for many people. My motherboard (Gigabyte EP45-UD3P), has a newer bios, but when I tried it, my SSD would hang on boot and display a SMART error, then boot up normally, so I downgraded the BIOS back to my previous level. I think the onus is on Sandforce to clean up their controller firmware as it is causing problems in many devices, including many laptops of different makes. Check with Corsair and see if they have any updated firmware.
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20 May 2011   #16
jonhp

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

I turns out that I have figured out a work-around of sorts. If I use the power button as the trigger to wake the system from sleep, and if I wait around 20 seconds or so before logging back in, then the system doesn't crash. If, on the other hand, I rush the wakeup sequence or use the enter key, then it's bsod time. So I suspect that it is some timing sequence with the SSD coming back online that is not properly handled by the driver. Since they bring out new SSDs at such a quick pace, they will probably never go back and fix this problem for a device that isn't the latest/greatest. There is no incentive ($) and they they don't take much pride in their craft either; so sad.
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22 May 2011   #17
criccio

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Oh, I have the same problem.
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