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Windows 7: BSOD shortly after hibernation

03 May 2017   #1
Tanelt

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 X32
 
 
BSOD shortly after hibernation

That what happened:

Got to work. Plugged in my laptop to outlet. Opened screen and hit power buttom. Computer was in hibernation.

Computer woke up and I logged in. Opened my browser to read emails. After typing in Hotmail.com and "Log in", BSOD appears. This is the first time this has happened.

Perhaps has some importance: Computer doesent support Win7 in UEFI, so I installed Win7 with Legacy boot. Computer is 1.5months old.

I update my computer drivers regularily with Driver Navigator, Driver Booster and Driver Easy.

One thing I should mention. Speccy doesent recognice DDR4, at least it doesent show it. I thought perhaps there is something with DDR4 ram (Win7 should support it?). Other glitch is audio driver. My driver is from 2011, because when I use a newer audiomaxx audio driver, then 3.5mm headset doesent work correctly and It is visually noticeable that audio isnt playing correctly. Lags.

Sorry about grammar mistakes.


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03 May 2017   #2
respoda

win7 x64 sp1
 
 

It is Win7 itself that doesn't support UEFI anyway, so whenever using Win7 you mustn't use UEFI in any case.

Could you please post any errors you can find in the System and Application log ?

Run >type:'eventvwr >select 'Windows Logs' >select errors found and in right-pane select 'Save selected events'

post their text output or the files please.
With it we can search in a specific direction.
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03 May 2017   #3
Tanelt

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 X32
 
 

Okay. Here you go.
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03 May 2017   #4
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Welcome to our forum Tanelt.

First off we need your (My System Specs). Here is a tutorial that will help you do that.

System Info - See Your System Specs - Windows 7 Help Forums

Secondly, I would recommend completing Windows 7 Updates. Their should be a little over 200 of them. Make sure you get KB 971033.

Lastly, Windows 7 does support UEIF. I have two Windows 7 computers and both are UEIF. One of them is in my specs.

Jack
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03 May 2017   #5
respoda

win7 x64 sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
Welcome to our forum Tanelt.

First off we need your (My System Specs). Here is a tutorial that will help you do that.

System Info - See Your System Specs - Windows 7 Help Forums

Secondly, I would recommend completing Windows 7 Updates. Their should be a little over 200 of them. Make sure you get KB 971033.

Lastly, Windows 7 does support UEIF. I have two Windows 7 computers and both are UEIF. One of them is in my specs.

Jack
True, I had to look that one up to see for myself.

Still, if not yet done, after updates, we'd save time seeing some logs..


Any issues or bumps in setting it up btw (uefi in win7) ? Just curious...
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03 May 2017   #6
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Be a little more precise if you can. Take another look at the tutorial.


What motherboard (#) and version
Exactly what ram is being used. Did this computer come with DDR-4 ram?

From post #1.

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I update my computer drivers regularily with Driver Navigator, Driver Booster and Driver Easy.
I highly recommend not using these program. They most likely will cause more problems than they fix.
They probable also installed a few PUP's and maybe more.

The information that I request makes it easier for the BSOD Team when they read your post.
They are very busy. So hang in there.

I haven't use Avast in years so I know very little about what it can or can not do.

This is a very good free scan you can do to look for bad things.

Eset free online scan.

Free Virus Scan | Online Virus Scan from ESET ESET


Jack
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03 May 2017   #7
respoda

win7 x64 sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Tanelt View Post
Okay. Here you go.
Judging by the logs, something wrong with your boot-start, and your cache hierarchy is corrupt.
I'd do what L.B. advises, perform updates if not already done.

since we are seeing corruption I'd strongly advise to perform both chkdsk and sfc /scannow on the system drive...the messed up boot (drivers) imply also to do a boot repair using the installation disk.
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03 May 2017   #8
respoda

win7 x64 sp1
 
 

The Cache corruption is of a core process, and sfc is normally equiped to fix system corruption...
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04 May 2017   #9
kma1717

Windows 7 Enterprise 32 bit
 
 
Bsod

Hi Tanelt,

I used a debug tool and it shows DirectX Graphics MMS as being the reason for your issue. I have attached a screenshot of it. Here is a good website to help identify what the BSOD is referring too (www.carrona.org) I would try to reinstall or update the driver for your video card. Hope this helps.

Thanks
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04 May 2017   #10
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hi Tanelt,

I would strongly advice to follow @Layback Bear's second advice in post #4
Quote:
Secondly, I would recommend completing Windows 7 Updates. Their should be a little over 200 of them. Make sure you get KB 971033.
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