Recurring DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE BSoD

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  1. HudsonRyde

    HudsonRyde New Member

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    about once a day my computer locks with a DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE BSoD with stop code 0x0000009F. then does a minidump and reboots just fine. i have tried uninstalling and reinstalling various drivers and ran a chkdsk /r but this still happens. any ideas on what is causing it? I will include my two latest minidump files for reference.

    I am on an HP e9200z with AMD Phenom II X4 945 processor, 4 GB of RAM running Windows 7 64-bit. any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
     
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    HudsonRyde New Member

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    Thanks for responding! I ran a cmd as admin and tried the scf/scannow and got this response: "'scf' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file."
     
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    From the dmp file information it looks like an issue with something called mausb.sys you can try googling that but it looks to me like it may be associated with a sound driver called Fast Track Pro driver. I see a lot of people uninstalling that and resorting to an alternative driver. Hope this helps and keep us posted as to how you're doing.
    Merry Christmas
    Randy

    EDIT: The system file checker is sfc /scannow
     
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    that's reassuring that the .dmp file referenced the m-audio driver .sys because i literally *just* ran sigverif.exe and that m-audio driver came up as the only unsigned driver, so i removed that one, tracked down a different one and installed it. hopefully that fixed it. thank you very much for the help!

    and i will run the scf /scannow just incase, thanks for the edit.
     
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    Glad we could help, make sure you post back and let us know how it's going
     
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    will do! I ran sfc and it found no violations, if the problem persists I will just have to switch sound cards until M-Audio sorts this problem out thanks a lot!
     

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