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BSOD after wakeup from sleep

  1. #11


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    I can do it.

    About the NTFS and drivers - about one week ago I've found damaged sectors on SSD and after that I've made SSD wipe.
    Today SSD analysis shows that everything is ok.

    Ok - I will remove Creative drivers and we will see :-)

    P.S.
    X-Fi have really good sound compares to integrated MB sound card :-)

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  2. #12


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    Quote Originally Posted by Freud View Post
    I can do it.

    About the NTFS and drivers - about one week ago I've found damaged sectors on SSD and after that I've made SSD wipe.
    Today SSD analysis shows that everything is ok.

    Ok - I will remove Creative drivers and we will see :-)

    P.S.
    X-Fi have really good sound compares to integrated MB sound card :-)
    Hi Freud ^_^,

    I am sure about the sound quality but if those are causing BSOD's then you are left between the option of using the device and using a computer which BSoD's often or try something else :P

    I would suggest you to physically detach the devices before tampering with the drivers in this case.
    Let me know how it goes ^_^
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  3. #13


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    Windows 8.1 x64


    Okay - I will detach all creative devices.

    Thank You!
    I will be informing.
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  4. #14


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    Sure thing. Keep me updated ^_^
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  5. #15


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    Windows 8.1 x64


    Ok. I've decided that i will check SB X-Fi xtrememusic soundcard for a while till new BSOD occurs without removing it.
    Today BSOD occurs.
    I think it occurs always after wake up when the sound (from playing music) is interferencing (overlaps, because wake up and drivers bug).

    What is "interferencing" or "overlapping" sound?

    After computer wake up sound overlaps / interferences - not always, but sometimes.
    When I sleep computer with while music is playing, after wake up drivers have some problem with proper sound playing (sound is overlapping for a while).

    I think it's connected with X-Fi not working drivers.
    When I force playing sound after sound overlapping and wakeup, the BSOD occcurs very quickly (few seconds).

    When I'm reseting driver manually (via sb control panel) everything works ok.

    So...

    Now I removed sound card from PCI slot, as you recommend.
    I've also removed all creative soundcard drivers and software.

    Creative webcam via USB is still connected.

    I will see now if any BSOD will occur.


    It's strange, because X-Fi xtreme music is very good soundcard and theoretically creative sound card drivers are available for windows 8.1 64-bit. I think the drivers have some bug.

    After all I will check if any BSOD occurs.

    On the other hand - have you any idea how to check creative x-fi drivers?
    Driver verifier verifies all creative drivers ok.
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  6. #16


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    Hi ^_^,

    I am extremely sorry for the delay. I just reached college and I have been completing assignments since 2 days now. I will reply today once I am back to my room.


    -Pranav
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  7. #17


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    I don't know if my English is good enough or not but in my opinion, Interference is caused when some external thing in the environment causes something bad, like a bad reception signal in Wi-Fi could mean that there is interference due to other signals which would result in data being corrupted or the signal being very weak. Overlapping would mean that two signals add to each other two give a combined effect which could be constructive or destructive in nature. For example, playing an audio in Windows Media Player and playing another piece of audio in VLC. The output you get is the Overlap. Feel free to correct me if I am wrong

    Let me know the result of the removal of the X-Fi Sound card


    -Pranav
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  8. #18


    Posts : 61
    Windows 8.1 x64


    My english is not good enough, but I hope you understand me.
    It was like overlapping.
    Overlapping was from the same audio sound after every 1-2 seconds for a while, after wake up.

    Today next BSOD occurs, but no minidump was saved
    I will send reports tommorow.

    I'm waiting for next BSOD one and will see what is going on.

    BSOD occured when I was not using computer (I was out).
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  9. #19


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    Quote Originally Posted by Freud View Post
    My english is not good enough, but I hope you understand me.
    It was like overlapping.
    Overlapping was from the same audio sound after every 1-2 seconds for a while, after wake up.

    Today next BSOD occurs, but no minidump was saved
    I will send reports tommorow.

    I'm waiting for next BSOD one and will see what is going on.

    BSOD occured when I was not using computer (I was out).

    And after 5 days of extremely poor internet, I am back ^_^.

    Did you take out the sound card? Are you still getting the BSOD's? I would like a freshly generated SF Diagnostic ZIP File so that it could be analysed ^_^

    See if you are getting a Complete Dump file at the location - "C:\Windows\Memory.DMP" . If it is there and it is from the latest crash then ZIP it up and upload it to a file hoster like Mediafire.
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  10. #20


    Posts : 61
    Windows 8.1 x64


    Yep. I did take out sound card.
    No BSODs instead last one.
    No memdumps was saved.

    I'm waiting for next BSOD and after that I will send you diagnostic zip file.
    Current diagnosticts zip file have no more info than before. Event log have only info about kernel power.

    I've cleaned event viewer and I'm waiting if any BSOD occur.

    Thank You! I will let you know if any problem occur.
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