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Thread: EPIA CN13000 Don't Hibernates, HELP

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    EPIA CN13000 Don't Hibernates, HELP

    Hi everybody, I have installed Windows XP SP2 and i can't hibernate, when I try to do...I get a Blue Screen of Death


    Anybody knows what can I do?

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    help?

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    What does the blue screen tell you? What does the system log (eventvwr.exe) tell you ?
    My CN-10000 does not have problems hibernating, so it could be some extra hardware you have installed.

    BTW: Can you run all 3D tests in dxdiag with your board ?

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    Thanks for your answer, this is the blue screen:

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    evetvwr.exe :

    Appication tab:

    System Tab:


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    All the 3D Diags were completed succesfully

    I only have the EPIA, no external hardware but the HD

    Windows clean install

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    I don't see any hints in the event log. The blue screen is caused by Windows trying to read data from the virtual memory file on your hard disk. Specifically the Windows file system driver (NTFS.sys) crashed while reading paged (=saved) memory data.

    Couple of things to try:
    - install the latest Hyperion Pro drivers you can find on Via's website
    - alter the BIOS settings with regards to your hard disk (disable UDMA, block transfer, etc.)
    - try a different hard disk
    - try a different memory stick (or at least remove one if you have two)

    BTW, thanks for the dxdiag check!

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    It's bad memory

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cross_ View Post
    I don't see any hints in the event log. The blue screen is caused by Windows trying to read data from the virtual memory file on your hard disk. Specifically the Windows file system driver (NTFS.sys) crashed while reading paged (=saved) memory data.

    Couple of things to try:
    - install the latest Hyperion Pro drivers you can find on Via's website
    - alter the BIOS settings with regards to your hard disk (disable UDMA, block transfer, etc.)
    - try a different hard disk
    - try a different memory stick (or at least remove one if you have two)

    BTW, thanks for the dxdiag check!

    -I'll try latest Hyperion
    -I'll try BIOS manipulating if hyperion fails
    -I Don't have more HD to try it on
    -I tried 2 differents RAM sticks, 512 Kingston and 1024 Geil and nothing changes

    Thanks for your answers!

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    Are you overclocking the FSB or memory?

    Since you don't have another HD, try this: Disable hibernate, hit Apply, then enable it again. That will reallocate the file in a new spot in the off-chance that there's a disk error in that spot. You should also defrag first so that it's contiguous.

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