Blue screen when the system goes into hibernation with BCCode: 9f
Every time when my laptop back into hibernation mode, it gives me option to start in safe mode or start windows normally. When the computer starts, it gives the error message. :
All of these related usbehci.sys Microsoft USB 2.0 Enhanced Host controller driver Miniport takes too long to respond.
What USB devices have connected you?
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This problem started a week ago, say at the time of the June 8 fix release. I think the relevant in case the log message is 'detected bad event COM + a system code back during internal processing. HRESULT is C 8007043 line 45 of d:\longhorn\com\Complus\src\events\tier1\eventssystemobj.epp. Error report, please contact Ms Product Support Services. "However, when I contacted MS, they would not help without paying the fees because it was an OEM installation. The system remains upward after the stabilization of the system going on in SafeMode after cold start, close and then switch to normal mode. However, once launched, it seem (ed) as the hard drive light was permanently. I did a restore to June 8, most early I could continue. The hard drive worked without interruption after that. I did a forced sleep and restart and the system froze again. With this in mind, I wonder if .NET patches that were released were running somehow at the time of sleep and that he could not recover. OR, during sleep, the system was made of updates and the system has been disabled, corrupting the updates. I looked at the Windows Update settings and it has been set to automatically install updates. It is quite possible that the user did not know and did not recognize there are pending updates. Maybe updates were not correctly packed in order to manage a system from going into Sleep Mode, while they were installing. In any case, any who would provide help on how to identify the problem and fix it. There may be registry entries need to be corrected?
Duane G. Leet, Ph. d. 45 years of experience in technology
Microsoft support has provided a solution. Here is the procedure:
We can run reset Windows Update Tool and system update tool to detect incorrect manifests, files or data from the registry. Please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Launch the tool to reset Windows Update and the update of the system tool
1 download and run reset Windows Update Tool from the link below:
2 download and run the update tool of the system from the link below depending on the Type of system:
Update for Windows Vista 32-bit system tool
Update for Windows Vista 64-bit system tool
Note: It may take an hour or more time to detect and replace the erroneous data, please be patient. When it is finished, restart the computer and reinstall Windows Vista SP2.
If Windows Vista SP2 can not always be installed, I suggest to download the stand-alone Installer and install it in clean boot Mode.
Step 2: Download the installer of Windows Vista SP2 Standalone
1 download the installer of Windows Vista SP2 Standalone from the link below depending on the Type of system:
Windows Vista Service Pack 2 - version independent ALL languages for Windows Vista 32 bit (KB948465) (475,5 MB)
Windows Vista Service Pack 2 - version independent ALL languages for Windows Vista 64 bit (KB948465) (745,2 MB)
Step 3: Install Windows Vista SP2 in clean boot Mode
Please disable all startup items and services of third parties at boot to avoid conflict when installing Windows Vista SP2.
1. click on 'Start', type: MSCONFIG in the search box and press ENTER.
Note: Click 'Continue' if the "User Account Control" window appears.
2. click on 'Services', check "Hide all Microsoft Services" and click on 'Disable All' (if it's not gray).
3. click on 'Start', click 'Disable all', click 'OK' and restart the computer.
Note: Disable temporarily the startup group only prevents the start up programs from loading at startup. This should not affect the system or other programs. We can manually run these programs later.
4. double-click the downloaded standalone installer and follow the instructions to install Windows Vista SP2.
To restore the computer to a Normal startup, repeat step 1 above. Then click "Normal startup" in the general tab, click on "OK" and restart the computer.
If there are any questions or concerns, feel free to let me know. It is my pleasure to be useful.
The cause was not determined, but evidence tends to a disturbance in the download or installation process, with one of the errors in the event log is an error in checksum on one of the modules. With a large file, 745 meg, the mean time to failure on a LAN network is probably shorter than the download time. The installation process was probably longer than the time that the system has increased... Corrective actions for Microsoft could include more small download / install, not allowing an automatic installation for automatic download over a certain size, or deal with the best controls during installation to intercept the checksum error. Duane G. Leet, Ph. d. 45 years of experience in technology
When you wake up you can't print anything until it reinstalls the drivers. Sometimes, it is not automatic, that it will install the printer and drivers so I have to turn off the printer and turn it back on so it can recognize it. It does not uninstall the printer and the driver when it is turned off and turned back on just at the moment where it goes into hibernation mode.
The best way to solve this problem is to obtain the latest Windows Vista service pack. If there is a reason why you are unable to install the latest Windows Vista service pack, the best thing is to get the fix that is mentioned in Microsoft KB 929734article.
See the link below for more information:
You have problems after you resume Windows Vista from sleep or Hibernate computer
Let us know if it works
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Original title: fix blue screen
Computer stops automatically at almost every 15 minutes apart, the blue screen appears and is long enough to read the information to fix this. Computer automatically restarts.
Hi Lady Cole,.
a. when the issue occurred?
b. remember to make changes to your computer before the problem?
To disable the automatic restart in case of system error, follow these steps:
a. restart your computer and start pressing F8 on your keyboard. On a computer that is configured to start to multiple operating systems, you can press the F8 key when the Boot Menu appears.
b. Select disables automatic system failure reboot when the Windows Advanced Options menu is displayed and press ENTER.
When a problem causes a blue screen of death or another major error that stops the system, the computer restarts automatically. Need to restart manually, and you would be able to note the error message and after return.
A description of the options to start in Windows XP Mode: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315222
Start your machine in safe mode and check if the problem persists.
If the problem does not occur in safe mode, I would like you to put your machine in a clean boot State in order to determine whether the problem is caused by a conflict of third party software. Clean boot helps eliminate the conflict of third party software.
Note : do not forget to restart your machine as usual.
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What would happen if the computer goes into hibernation mode, but there is no free space on hard drive?
No doubt a failure to the hibernation or a nasty system crash - not sure and not willing to risk a stable system there. :-)
wondering if anyone knows how to maintain an active application when the unit goes into fashion watches?
My application needs continue to work when the device goes into sleep mode if he went in that State by itself, or if the user put it to sleep.
Yes I tried it on a physical device. It works, I promise you
To clarify, here is what you will see when using KEEP_AWAKE:
1 device shall not sleep when the application is currently active
2. the device shall not sleep if the application is reduced, and you are in mode carousel
3 device WILL sleep if the user switches to another application and full screen.
In addition, another thing to know, if the unit is not assigned to the showcase mode, which is not by default, the audio stops when the user leaves your app. This is not related to sleep and is totally out of our control, but could be a good thing to add to your product details.
Just install lightroom cc, when put a picture to develop a module to be only a blue screen when the preview go but everything's ok
Try to edit > Preferences > Performance and uncheck "use graphics processor.
Hi, it happened that Windows 7 X 64 went blue screen, when my PC has been set to the standby mode. I received the following from the Windows Event Viewer:
Log name: System
Event ID: 1001
Task category: no
Computer: my PC
The computer was restarted after a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000d1 (0 x 0000000000000005, 0 x 0000000000000008, 0 x 0000000000000000, 0 x 0000000000000000). A dump was saved in the: C:\Windows\MEMORY. DMP. Report ID: 110314-22510-01.
The event XML:
0 x 80000000000000
My - PC
0x000000D1 (0 x 0000000000000005, 0 x 0000000000000008, 0 x 0000000000000000, 0 x 0000000000000000)
This phenomenon was related to mv91xx.sys magni Windows Driver of Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. Yours is 4 years and more. I remove the driver and install the latest driver available.
Will download, install, or all these action stops when the laptop goes to sleep.
Yes, it will be.
Original title: blue screen Crash to Hibernation
HelloMy laptop had been for some time and the fan started making a very loud noise, in that there is no generally when the machine is cold, so I decided to Hibernate for awhile. Then, I got the blue screen and a crash report, and I have no idea what this means, or how serious it is. Help, please?Signature of the problem:Problem event name: BlueScreenThe system version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.768.3Locale ID: 4105More information about the problem:BCCode: feBCP1: 00000008BCP2: 00000006BCP3: 00000001BCP4: 86CFE988OS version: 6_0_6002Service Pack: 2_0Product: 768_1Files helping to describe the problem:C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\Mini022012-01.dmpC:\Users\Nick\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-192910-0.SysData.XMLC:\Users\Nick\AppData\Local\Temp\WERBEBC.tmp.version.txtThe blue screen, I saw something BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER.Thanks for your help!
The minidump file showed a BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER (fe) error caused by the stop usbhub.sys:
BUCKET_ID: 0xFE_usbhub! UsbhTrapFatalTimeout_x9f + 28
The usbhub.sys (by default the USB hub driver) is a Windows system file, but it is quite possible the problem is a third-party driver or hardware related.
What I would say, is to update the wireless driver by installing the next update:
You can also benefit from the update all the drivers available from HP for laptop:
I would also, at least temporarily, uninstall Daemon Tools as his driver, the dtsoftbus01.sys, has been known to cause problems in some configurations.
You also have to install the following hotfix that should update the USB stack:
If the problem persists can provide you with the files minidump resulting.
I have two monitors and just got a new system with Windows 8 is installed. I have a monitor set up as Monitor 2 (just as I did before windows 8) so that nobody walks by can see it... I have confidential information open on that screen quite often - otherwise, it is reduced. My main screen is set up for the bulk of the work that I do.
However, whenever my system is locked or falls asleep, the apps/information, I put up on the screen 2, flies back to the main screen when I unlock the system. I never had this problem before. I tried to maximize the apps/info to fill the screen, but it does not work: it continues to move... it means that whenever I have unlock my system, confidential information appears on the screen which can be seen by anyone who was travelling.
How can I stop this from happening?
Thanks for posting the request in Microsoft Community Forums.
It seems that even if the computer is configured in the standby mode, the second monitor stops and windows are going to another. This could be a problem with the video card drivers or pilots of the monitor. Video drivers could be arrested to answer when the computer is set to sleep.
You can try to uninstall and reinstall the drivers for the monitor and video card drivers and check.
a. press the Windows key + R
b. type devmgmt.msc and press ENTER to launch the Device Manager
c. in the search for Device Manager for the device, click with the right button on the monitor drivers and select the Uninstalloption.
d. also uninstall video card drivers
e. restart the computer and check.
Download and install the drivers
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problem is blue screen
IRQL_Not_Less or equivalent
Stop 0x0000000A (0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x017F0304, 0x804D9F68)
I did: removed from HDD, Win XP Home system
Recovery began new home Windows XP installed, new installed HARD drive, XP prof. tested and installed new driver installed.
System works well, but after I went on the WLAN--> blue screen
Please read the thread! FloraM wrote that it seems that the wireless card is faulty.
I can confirm this friend of mine has the same laptop and with off the laptop WLAN can be started correctly. So I replaced the WLAN for him and the problem was solved! :)
Lately, I can't safely disconnect my M200 Port Replicator. Whenever I try, the result is a blue screen 'Multiple IRP requests' and the system restarts. Only, this has happened for the past two weeks.
I have reinstall Toshiba laptop tools, just to make sure that the support for docking is enabled, but this did not help. Is there someone who has the same problem and solve it? I want to avoid the reinstallation of the system if possible.
If you get a message "Several requests of IRP" indicates that generally there is a failure with the RAM on the system, you might want to consider an ASP for the diagnosis.
See you soon
I bought my PC not so long ago and it's a machine woderful piece, BUT I have a question that I guess is with my RAM. Whenever my PC is overloaded (when I start a game + my winamp plays and I'm downloading stuff on the internet) I get a blue screen telling me that Windows is dumping some memory etc etc... He suggested to update my BIOS driver as a possible solution to the problem. I tried new drivers from this site, but there is no news yet.
Any suggestions how to fix this problem?
I don t think you will solve this problem by updating the BIOS. It is a new unit and there are more recent version of the BIOS installed.
In my view, this problem occurs due to running applications. The most games need the full memory performance.
In this case another application cannot use the full memory.
In your case, I would check the memory sticks or / and to improve memory.
INSTALLATION DRIVER CAUSES BLUE SCREEN AND SWITCHING TO AND SUITE
I have re-installed windows xp pro several times and everythong is going fine until I install the drivers from the disk. pc switches work and I get a blue screen with a RECOVERED FROM A GRAVE... message. I also have a xp(not professional) of windows disk, it works with the drivers, but the pc doesn't seem to work as well. I want to run xp pro version, that's why I bought it. Help, please.
It makes no difference, what version of Windows XP, you install, it will make no difference to his execution, or use. (with the exception of you want to join a domain)
If your PC boot after installing winxp pro, visit your PC manufacturers site, or the site of the motherboard and to get the latest drivers for Windows XP a go from there
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