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Windows 7: BSOD minutes after coming back from sleep

29 May 2011   #1

Windows 7 Pro x64
BSOD minutes after coming back from sleep

So I've been having this problem for about a week or so now. I bought my laptop first week of May. It came with Win 7 Home and my dad gave me Win 7 Pro x64 so I installed it and it wiped my system including drivers so I had to reinstall all of my hardware drivers from the Dell CD that came with the laptop. It all started either when I tried to get Bluetooth working on my laptop (which I pretty much gave up on, because nothing worked despite the stupid laptop 'supposedly' having it built-in) or when I was trying to get my PS3 controller to work with my laptop. I ended up deleting all instances of Bluetooth anything from my laptop and connecting my controller by USB. I leave this + my wireless USB mouse connected while it's sleeping btw.

For the past few days, whenever I put my laptop to sleep, I'll wake it back up, and for maybe a good 10 minutes, I'll get the sound that there's a device somewhere continuously disconnecting (not even reconnecting), then I'll get a blue screen. This morning while this was happening I went into the device manager and saw that the Microsoft Wifi Miniport Adapter (#1 and #2) both had yellow exclamation marks on them. So I uninstalled them, restarted, reinstalled them, disabled them, and turned off the hosted server (I think it's called?) through some instructions I found online from someone who was having a similar problem. So I do all this, put the laptop in hibernation, wake it up, all seems fine. I put it to sleep, wake it up, but lo and behold, dreaded disconnect sound is back again. It seemed to stop after I unplugged my PS3 controller, but maybe 5 minutes after that, blue screen.

SOMEONE please help, this problem is driving me mad! >_< It seems I can only either turn off my laptop or turn the monitor off because of this problem, because sleep mode isn't safe. :\

Any help is appreciated! Thank you!

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29 May 2011   #2

Windows 7 Pro x64

Anything? It just happened again 10 minutes after I came back from dinner. -_-
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