Ever since I upgraded to W10 Pro (from W8.1 Pro) my PC has started bluescreening when resuming from Sleep. MEMORY_MANAGEMENT is the most common one, and the only one that has occured so far after upgrade to Build 10586 (upgraded 2015-11-13).
BSODs KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (NTFS.sys), SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION, KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE occured before upgrade to Build 10586, and might happen again. Minidumps for these disappeared during upgrade to latest W10 build
BIOS is the latest one. Ran Memtest86+ yesterday, 8 passes with all 11 tests, no errors found. Windows Memory Diagnostics didn't find anything either.
MEMORY_MANAGEMENT (1a) # Any other values for parameter 1 must be individually examined. Arguments: Arg1: 0000000000041201, The subtype of the bugcheck. Arg2: fffff6800001e090 Arg3: c7200001eda3c847 Arg4: ffffe000607d0930
Every time I try to put put my laptop to sleep, hibernate, restart it or shutdown, it stalls for about 10 minutes before giving me a Driver Power State Failure.
Having installed "WhoCrashed" and "Windbg", I was able to determine it was related to "ntkrnlmp.exe", "ndis.sys", "raspppoe.sys" and a vpn driver at one point or another. I "believe" I managed to uninstall the offending vpn driver but of course still overall have the same issue.
This appeared to occur while trying to do a windows update last week but I can't be sure. I presume, there is a out of date or corrupt driver but just can't seem to determine which one.
I'm running an XPS 15 with a 4k LCD. Windows 10 recommends 200% DPI scaling on my display, but that is just a little to high for me. I'm much more comfortable at 150% or 175%. 200% is just too large and I lose the advantage of a high resolution display. What I find is that when I'm using the "Recommended" scaling option of 200%, everything works normally, but when I scale to something smaller like 150% I get some strange things happening. It only seems to happen when resuming from sleep.
When I resume from sleep, some apps (and it seems to be Microsoft apps in particular) get messed up. It starts with the lock screen. I resume from sleep and my lock screen image is the same size it would be if it were scaled at the "recommended" 200% level, but it is overlaid on top of my actual password screen which is displayed at the configured 150%. That means that there is space outside the lock screen image that is visible from behind it. It looks really weird.
Secondly, Outlook, Word, OneNote, etc do the same. The window THINKS it is still full screen, but it is only using 75% of the screen. If I un-dock it from full screen and dock it back, it fills the screen properly, but it wont do it on its own. It is almost as if it wants to be scaled at 200% and that is what it defaults to after resuming from sleep. I have to remind the application that it should be viewed at the configured 150%.
Windows Store apps close sometimes when resuming from sleep? It doesn't happen all of the time, but on my Lenovo Yoga 2 pro, its often enough to notice. Its probably supposed to be similar to how Windows 8 would tombstone apps, but this seems a little more aggressive since its not suspending them . Its most annoying when Edge shuts down because its closing all of the tabs too and doesn't resume them when its reopened.
My computer, after the Windows 10 update, keeps rebotting after I hibernate. I can't remember if it does this for a regular shutdown. I tend to push the power button to prevent it from booting Windows.
I did go and disable "allow this device to wake" in Device Manager and I don't think I've been using any other peripherals.
One other thing (unrelated): I bought an Oduo bluetooth adaptor but I didn't build my PC with a CD drive. I haven't been able to find drivers and it's unlikely I'll be able to ask a friend to rip an ISO. Am I stuck with this CD I can't use? I don't see a website.
This is on a fresh Windows 10 install, using a 60 GB SSD and a pair of 1 TB HDD's. No folders were moved off the SSD (C:) outside of what Windows supports. (That is, I moved all user folders to the HDD that I was allowed to, and installed all programs to the HDD that I was able to.)I enabled hibernation via the Power Options > System Settings section in the control panel. The C: drive has 25 GB free space; well more than enough for hiberfil.sys to work normally. When hibernating, the system appears to behave normally and hibernate as it should.
When booting from a hibernated system, the computer POSTs normally and then brings up the Windows 10 logo and loading screen briefly before powering off very suddenly. I have to turn on the system again, and when I do, it boots normally but the hibernation state is lost.I've attempted disabling fast startup, which seems to have no effect. I've updated my video drivers to 15.9 beta, but I recall this being a problem on 15.7 as well. Full system specs are in my profile. This machine was running Windows 7 in the past before upgrading, but I had to run a fresh install of Windows 10 after encountering some problems. (So the system is currently on a fresh install.) Google is also currently unable to deliver any relevant results for this problem. Windows Update reports being up to date.
Edit: Additionally, this has never been a problem on Windows 7. The SSD is in decent condition too, and has not exhibited any problems.
Edit: This problem was happening on shutdown and restart as well. I disabled fast startup, which corrected the problem when shutting down. Here's a summary of the behavior now:
Shutdown, no fast startup: Able to start up normally without any unexpected behavior.
Shutdown, fast startup enabled: Computer immediately shuts off just after reaching the Windows boot screen. Has to be powered on again and then will boot normally.
Hibernate, regardless of fast startup setting: Same behavior as above.
Conclusion: From my understanding, fast startup acts as a subset of hibernate. Windows 10 is not able to properly hibernate the driver(s) and/or some other system state. I might have to go through the drivers via process of elimination to see what's causing the problem.
Edit: I found the problem!
So despite no BSOD ever appearing, I ran the BlueScreenView utility to view the system dumps. Got the driver IRL not less than or equal error, found that it was from sptd2.sys; the SPTD (a SCSI bypass driver) I installed with Daemon Tools. I found a separate uninstaller for the driver and got rid of it; it's not something I need anyway. (Lots of Google searching will find you these utilities and solutions.)Would be nice if it showed an error or BSOD in the first place! I was about to go whack-a-mole on the drivers, but I would've never found the root cause.
I'm not entirely sure if it's hibernate or sleep. But it's the only option available in the shutdown menu, so i hope you know what i'm talking about. It's a desktop. And it does put the machine into sleep, but it instantly turns the machine back. How to troubleshoot this kind of issue. I've found plenty of people having problems not being able to initiate sleep, but my problem is getting it to stay in sleep.
Hibernation is turned on, as shown by the presence of the hiberfil.sys operating system file; however, I do not see the word "hibernation" when I right-click on Start and select "Shut down or sign out."
Also, my APC UPS does not object to the absence of hibernate, which the APC software uses when the battery is getting low; the software notifies me if hibernation is not present. Hybrid Sleep is turned off in Power Options.
A few minutes later, I finally found, here, a tutorial that I understood,, and which worked.
My HP Pavilion a1624n will not hibernate by itself after installing Windows 10. It will go to sleep with no problem. It used to work with no problems in Windows 7. I have checked the advanced power settings, reset them to normal and then back to Hibernate. At first I thought it was Outlook keeping it from hibernating. But even if I exit all programs (outlook, chrome, firefox, etc.) it just won't hibernate.
I created a shortcut in Windows 7 (C:WindowsSystem32rundll32.exe powrprof.dll,SetSuspendState 0,1,0) on my desktop that will make it hibernate, but I miss being able to walk away and forget about it feature of hibernate.
I first did the upgrade Windows 10 and then a clean install of Windows 10.
I recently built a new PC, and it contains my old hard drive and a new 2TB hard drive. My old PC had Windows 7 on it. New mobo meant I needed to install Windows 8.I started to have issues right off the bat. Sometimes, it would boot to a black screen, and then would boot fine if I restarted. Windows 10 came out a few weeks later, and I upgraded to that. Now, it will try to boot Windows 8, then Windows 10 right after. It will still regularly boot to a black screen first. Additionally, coming out of hibernation often results in the blue screen CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED error.
So far, I have not been able to find anything useful to fix the problem. I did some things in the command prompt, based on other threads' advice, such as running sfc.exe/scannow and dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth. I got Error 87 after running the second one.
I had problem dual booting win7 and win10. After many attempts I was able to dual boot.
But in the process, I deleted "system reserved" partition. So windows want start. I performed start up repair and it solved the problem. After that I reinstalled win7 ultimate which create "system reserved" partition again.
But the problem is hardware wan't shut down, hibernate or sleep. Windows shut down properly, but hardware remains active. I have to hard shut down it by pressing button.
Laptop model: HCL ME ICON L 1015
System Event log:
critical: The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.
I have Windows 1 on my Dell Inspiron 11 3000 series. A few days ago I took a quiz for one of my online classes and have to use Respondus Lock Down Browser, which I have not had any problems with in the past. However, after I X'ed out of my start bar at the bottom disappeared so I had to restart it. Well once I did and got the bar back when I go to click the power symbol to select shut down only a blank box shows up. I was hoping it'd go back to normal but it hasn't. So in order to select shut down I have to click Ctrl Alt Delete and click the power button option at the bottom left there in order to see the Shut Down, Sleep and Hibernate options.
I have Windows 10 Home installed and activated (as Windows to Go) on an external Samsung T1 SSD. I enabled hibernation per the instructions here: Hibernate - Enable or Disable in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums. However, every time I attempt to hibernate, the screen goes black but the PC never powers off and Windows never successfully hibernates. (Hibernation works perfectly on the Windows 7 installation on the internal SSD.)
System: Dell Latitude E6530, Core i5-3210M, 4GB RAM
I went to see my daughter and after she resumed her computer from hibernate (it had been off for about 2 days) a message popped up saying its ip address had been detected in use by another computer.
I suspect it was my cell phone that when in range asked for an ip address and the router, thinking the hibernated laptop wasn't using that ip address any longer gave it to my cell phone. Then after her system resumed from hibernate, it continued to use the ip address it had when it hibernated.
Does windows renew its dhcp ip lease on resume? Can it tell if the lease expired?
True that if one disables System Restore, then an alternate backup software is needed. Yet, I'm wondering if this is something which you recommend if looking for improving SSD performance (exclude the risk of not having a backup)?
The other bit is, though SSD are faster for boot time, with Win10 it takes about 25 seconds from cold boot to be on desktop. In Win8/8.1, it took me 8 seconds with the same Intel 520 240GB SSD. With Hibernate enabled, the boot is faster than 25 seconds but not 8 seconds.
you can set both your sleep & hibernate timings in either Battery mode or AC mode; very straight forward; it is a page in settings where you can a) set up a "power plan" , and on the same page, a setting for 'how long before the unit sleeps", ie-1 sec, 5 sec, 1 minute, 5 min, 15 min, 1 hr, 5 hour, Never (in both battery and AC modes); no matter what I set it at, even "Never" the screen drops off in approx. 3-5 sec ....