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Windows 8 crashes after resume from Hibernate or sleeping

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On DELL vostro, anyone encountered it?
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Oh, with soo many vostros around, it's pretty likely :)
Please name your model.
Also describe your bluescreen and, if possible, upload the minidump file from c:\windows\minidump
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Thx, will update ASAP
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