Fatal Error when going into sleep mode

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    denshir

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    Windows Vista Ultimate, Intel Pentium D CPU 2.80Ghz, 3.00GB Ram, NVIDIA GForce 8600GT.

    I am getting a fatal error when the system goes into sleep mode:

    Stop 0x0000008E (xC0000005, 0X93808166, 0XA982BB30, 0X00000000)

    Slabster.sys-address93808166

    base at 93806000, datestamp 41C20107

    Any help or suggestions would be appreciated, Thanks
     
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    Make sure that all drivers are up to date.

    Run a memory test (Control Panel > System and Maintenance > Administrative Tools > Memory Diagnostics Tool)

    If that doesn;t come up with any problems try updating the motherboard bios, the error could be due to hardware incompatibilities with the current bios.
     
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    I tried both of those. Noerrors on the first and no changes after doing the second. Anyone else have any ideas on this problem?
     
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    Well its a hardware issue, which sometimes means a driver issue or a need for a BIOS upgrade. I'd make sure you are 100% positive that you have all the latest drivers for all hardware audio/video/bios/lan etc..

    What kind of video card do you have? Have you checked ATI's /Nvidias site for updates?

    STOP errors can mean hardware/driver relatedanything so its hard for anyone to narrow down w/ out swamping in parts. If its a PC start swamping stuff out and in. Maby boot into safe mode to install new drivers.



    Check this site out: Great resource for those errors:

    http://aumha.org/a/stop.htm
     
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