Windows 10: BSOD immediately after sleep/hibernate

Discus and support BSOD immediately after sleep/hibernate in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; I sometimes get a failure from either Corrupt Page or Memory Management after returning from either sleep mode or hibernate. Always caused by... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by rhogg4859, Sep 11, 2016.

  1. rhogg4859 Win User

    BSOD immediately after sleep/hibernate


    I sometimes get a failure from either Corrupt Page or Memory Management after returning from either sleep mode or hibernate. Always caused by ntoskrnl.exe+142940. I wonder if it might be caused by my trying to log in too soon and the different threads running before memory has completed it's refresh.

    Please note I really don't believe that there is a problem with the ram in my PC because Linux Mint has never reported a problem.

    Rob.

    :)
     
    rhogg4859, Sep 11, 2016
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  2. Gilim6 Win User

    Need help with a BSOD

    Hello,

    After going to sleep, or after hibernation I get the BSOD.

    Can you please help me with this_

    I have uploaded the dump file at this location.

    OneDrive

    Thank you in advance
     
    Gilim6, Sep 11, 2016
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  3. GJ10 Win User
    BSOD on OneNote 2016 after Upgrade to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update 1709

    I to have been looking into a work-around for this BSOD-error. Looking at the event viewer, I alway get this combination of log entries upon BSOD... After reviewing many posts related to the EnhancedStorage-EhStorTgcDrv error...


    BSOD immediately after sleep/hibernate [​IMG]


    I have removed all setting involving Sleep or Hibernate and I have not
    gotten any BSOD's and no log entries with the EnhancedStorage-EhStorTCGDvr error since. I am able to reliable cause my system to fail however with Sleep and Hibernate setting
    off (i.e., set to never sleep / never hibernate) my system is now stable. When I close the laptop my system is set to shutdown. This is only a workaround ...hope it gets fixed ASAP.
     
  4. axe0 New Member

    BSOD immediately after sleep/hibernate

    Hi rhogg4859,

    Could you try to increase the memory frequency to 1866MHz, this may be done by changing the XMP profile.
     
  5. rhogg4859 Win User
    Sorry what is XMP and how do I change it?

    And how is changing the frequency going to help, why is it a problem? As I said before Linux does not find it a problem. I would like to understand more of what is going on.

    Thanks
    Rob.
     
    rhogg4859, Sep 13, 2016
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  6. axe0 New Member
    XMP = eXteme Memory Profile, changing the profile allows to change the frequency, timing and voltage of the memory to different values.

    Why it may be a problem is compatibility with your CPU. So far I have checked at AMD (scroll down the page) the CPU support 1866MHz frequency from DDR3 memory. Provided that per the dump your memory frequency is 1333MHz I would suggest that you increase it by enabling/changing XMP in the BIOS.
     
  7. rhogg4859 Win User
    Ok. The XMP settings in bios were Profile1/Auto and is showing System memory Multiplier of 18.67 and Memory Frequency of 1866Mhz. I am not surprised at that because the memory is 1866 but this does not answer why Microsoft is reporting 1333.
     
    rhogg4859, Sep 13, 2016
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  8. axe0 New Member

    BSOD immediately after sleep/hibernate

    It's something I can't answer either, here is what the dump shows.
    Code: [Memory Device (Type 17) - Length 34 - Handle 0027h] Physical Memory Array Handle 0023h Memory Error Info Handle [Not Provided] Total Width 64 bits Data Width 64 bits Size 4096MB Form Factor 09h - DIMM Device Set [None] Device Locator Node0_Dimm1 Bank Locator Node0_Bank0 Memory Type 18h - Specification Reserved Type Detail 4080h - Synchronous Speed 1333MHz Manufacturer Corsair Serial Number Asset Tag Number Part Number CMZ8GX3M2A186 [Memory Device (Type 17) - Length 34 - Handle 002bh] Physical Memory Array Handle 0023h Memory Error Info Handle [Not Provided] Total Width 64 bits Data Width 64 bits Size 4096MB Form Factor 09h - DIMM Device Set [None] Device Locator Node0_Dimm3 Bank Locator Node0_Bank0 Memory Type 18h - Specification Reserved Type Detail 4080h - Synchronous Speed 1333MHz Manufacturer Corsair Serial Number Asset Tag Number Part Number CMZ8GX3M2A186[/quote]
     
  9. rhogg4859 Win User
    Yes that is what is reported in Task Manager. I was just searching the internet to see what others have found.
     
    rhogg4859, Sep 13, 2016
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  10. rhogg4859 Win User
    I think this reported speed is a red herring.

    See Microsoft Community

    So others have reported it as a problem with Task Manager not reading the XMP properly. I think CPU-z does show the correct speed but I am not sure how to interpret CPU-z.

    So we are back with the problem of why the BSOD?
     
    rhogg4859, Sep 13, 2016
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  11. axe0 New Member
    A thing that should be noted, the information provided is from the dump.
    The dump is from the RAM, the RAM reserves a small amount of memory to register the hardware into volatile register so the system knows what it works with everytime it starts up.

    Simply speaking, it is impossible that any software is conflicting with it or misreading, because the information is from Windows itself.
    Please don't interpret this in a way like that there is a bug or something, because if that would be the case then you wouldn't be able to boot.
     
  12. rhogg4859 Win User
    rhogg4859, Sep 13, 2016
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  13. rhogg4859 Win User

    BSOD immediately after sleep/hibernate

    Further to the above I can confirm that Linux reports the Speed as 1333Mhz and the Configured Clock Speed as 1866Mhz. This was from the output of dmidecode --type 17.
     
    rhogg4859, Sep 13, 2016
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  14. axe0 New Member
    The software that shows these kind of information the most accurate is the BIOS.
     
  15. rhogg4859 Win User
    Yes I agree and mine is set to Auto/1866. So where does that leave us regarding the BSOD? Is there nothing else in the logs that needs investigating?
     
    rhogg4859, Sep 13, 2016
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