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How to troubleshoot BSOD on WIndows 7 laptop

Posted on 2011-03-08
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Hello Experts,

I am helping a friend trobleshoot BSOD on her laptop. The problem is that after inactivity of about 8 minutes the laptop decides to shut itself down. During power up a bsod comes up. I tried to analyze the .dmp file using windbg but cannot make sense of the analysis. Please help me fix problem. I've attached the .dmp file.

Thanks for your assistance,

Rich
 030811-49701-01.dmp
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Driver Power state failure, try and update your current drivers in the system, get the latest and greatest.

Another thing (due to hibernation), run a hard drive diagnostics and a memory test.
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