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when IBM T60 standby goes NMI parity check error

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I update my IBM T60 (with ATI  X1300) to windows 2003R2,every thing is all right except when I press standby button (Just standby function ),then blue screen error : NMI parity check error....
It likes ATI X1300 mobility driver's problem,which on XP is OK. I'm sure that my memory is OK .

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PS:: IBM T60 2623-D6U, BIOS 2.21,ATI Driver 3.383.100

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I have tried two version of BIOS like 2.21and 2.23,but it goes same result..BSOD NMI parity error....

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The same BSOD with 3.533.1XX  or 3.442 version of ATI X1300 drivers @@
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Not sure this will help, but give it a try. It's a patch from Micro$oft for hibernation issues with laptops that we used to fix some T61's here at work.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/909095

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No work!

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If I want to remove or disable Standby button/function, how to do this ? (OS Windows 2003 R2 sp1)
Tech Lead, Desktop Support
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Ahh, I see. You are running Win2k3 on a laptop. Sorry for not realizing this sooner. Yes, your best bet is to disable this as I'm pretty sure Win2k3 server is not designed to be put into stand by mode.

Try going into the BIOS and disabling all power management features from here, or change them to always on.

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