It did not create any dump files. I tried 'Fix All' option and it gave BSOD, as attached previously, while doing something called long check I guess. But its funny that suddenly Sleep mode is working now. I do not understand why my system is working so strange. Bizarre!
I left Seatools Running at night. In the morning I woke and saw BSOD (attached). "A process or thread crucial to system operation has unexpectedly exited or been terminated". That also failed to create a dump. Somehow I have a feeling that my HDD is failing because even the boot process was...
Sure. I'll give Seatools a shot as well. Is there any setting you want me to run it on? Also, how do you evaluate "Seagate ST1000LM014 1TB Laptop Solid State Hybrid Drive"? Its been 2-3 days that I uninstalled ESET. I have not received any random BSODs. But yes, if I do sleep mode, then its...
I did run chkdsk. It did repair a few bad sectors. But anyways, I have Linux installed too for many years. I'll do some analysis there as well. Everything runs fine there though. But lets see.
You have been of tremendous help. Thank you so much. :)
I did. But it just does not create any dumps. It fails. The problem is in sleep mode. I have also found that my HDD has developed a few bad sectors. Can that be a cause of the problem?
I may get a new SSD for my L502x system. What do you suggest, which SSD should I get?
The dump file I shared earlier is the only file that has been created so far. I have tried to reproduce BSOD using Sleep, but it doesn't create any dump file. What to do? If it gets created, then I'd gladly share.
I'll be installing AV after a week may be. Till then I don't want to install anything so as to zero in to the problem.
I tried sleep mode again, and it crashed without creating any dumps. So I have uploaded a capture of BSOD.
Thank you so much.
Thank you so much for looking into this.
I had done a drivers update last week through Dell's System Detect. It updated the necessary drivers, and also the BIOS. The driver (R292317) you showed is in my download's folder. So I believe it was updated as well. I am running without...
I tried your fix for dump file. But I have given "C:\Apps" as the directory. But there is no memory dump in that location also. I ran that application as admin only.
Also, the crash appears, whenever I try to put laptop into sleep mode. It works fine in hibernate mode.
The dump file is about 1 GB. I tried the application from this forum. But the dump file is not found in "C:\Windows\Minidump" or "C:\Windows". I had a hunch regarding Eset. I will remove this. Thanks for confirming. Let me know where else I can find the created minidump file...
My computer freezes randomly. The error in event viewer is "event 41 kernel power 63". I had tried windbg. I am neither a developer, nor an expert. I am new to this forum. Below is the code generated from whatever little analysis I could do.
I'd be grateful, if anyone can help me out.