It doesn't happen with a desktop PSU when you "push the power button"?
Hey guys. I have an zotac ion atom 330 board with an m2atx. Running Windows 7 pro. I have an HD radio (directed), a wireless keyboard/mouse combo (the lenovo mini), a usb hub that has a dvd player and my iphone connected (occassionally a flash drive), a gps unit, and that is pretty much it. I have reformatted my computer, updated the bios, updated all drivers, I have tried unplugging random usb devices, and I still randomly get a BSOD upon shutting my ignition off. I have read that it could be associated with nvidia drivers trying to go into some sort of power saving mode, I have also heard that could be usb devices and weird power requirements, I have heard bios related....but I can't seem to fix the problem. The weirdest part is it is inconsistant....sometimes it works flawlessly, sometimes just craps out about 5 seconds after I turn of the ignition and the computer is trying to right the hibernation file for hybrid sleep. Oh, I have also replaced the M2ATX and ran numerous memory check software (memtest86, windows 7 memory diagnostic, etc), and I have also ran a coupld different hard drive diagnostic tests including one from WD, chk dsk, and checked the drive for fragmentation. This is so frustrating! I would same I'm rather experienced with computers in general...but I am about to chunk this thing out the window. I am attaching a picture of the error in hopes that SOMEONE smarter than me can help me resolve. Thanks in advance!
i had similar issue with bluesoilel driver, i uninstalled it and the problem disappeared.
it wasn't worth my hassle, as i had other issues with it as well.
i found that centrafuse works great with bluetooth using a regular soundcard mic, but has echo issue. if i use a usb mic with echo/noise cancelation, it worked great, but there's a delay with it.
So i just gave up for the time being.