Windows 7 BSOD frequently - Crashses during hibernation??


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Jul 11, 2013
Alright, I would really appreciate any help in resolving this - Laptop is crashing frequently, I was thinking originally that it was driver related as it is my work laptop, but I am beginning to think that it may be a hardware issue?

Tried uploading my dump file but the laptop is saying no permissions even when I have full permissions to the below is the culprit as far as I can tell that keeps causing my crashes....

FilenameAddress In StackFrom AddressTo AddressSizeTime StampTime StringProduct NameFile DescriptionFile VersionCompanyFull Path

[TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]ntoskrnl.exe[/TD]
[TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]ntoskrnl.exe+c0728[/TD]
[TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]fffff800`02c1c000[/TD]
[TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]fffff800`03202000[/TD]
[TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]0x005e6000[/TD]
[TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]0x5147d9c6[/TD]
[TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]3/18/2013 8:21:42 PM[/TD]
[TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]Microsoft® Windows® Operating System[/TD]
[TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]NT Kernel & System[/TD]

Hardware or software??

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We can't tell anything significant from the info that you've provided. ntoskrnl.exe is the kernel (core) of the Operating System. If the BSOD was actually caused by a problem with ntosknl.exe - you'd be having many more problems than just the occasional BSOD. This is most likely a 3rd party (non-Windows) driver that's causing problems in the memory space that ntoskrnl.exe uses.

Just FYI - here's how I do BSOD analysis':
- first I rule out 3rd party drivers (over 90% of BSOD's are due to this)
- then I rule out hardware (less than 10% of BSOD's are due to this)
- then I look at Windows problems (less than 1% of BSOD's are due to this - as long as Windows Updates are fully up to date).