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Topic # 9991 28-Oct-2006 23:33
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Hi,
I found a thread in this forum which mirrors excactly my problem (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=45&TopicId=7599). Unfortunately the discussion has been locked so I need to (re)open the it by creating a new topic. The problem which was mentioned (unfortunately without posting a solution) is the same as mine:
When I try to "wake up" my Laptop from hibernation or standby, I receive the BSOD. The only details I can add is the displayed error message:
STOP: 0x0000007E (0x0000005, 0xF2886A85, 0xF78DA9F0, 0xF78DA6EC)
tcpip.sys - Address F288685 base at F2871000, Datestamp 41107ecf
Never had the prob before I did a complete reinstall (for other reasons) with the Product Recovery Cd. Problem occurs with and without updates from Microsoft Update.
Can anyone help? PLease?
Greetz
PabstPius

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Reply # 50125 29-Oct-2006 00:01
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  Reply # 50126 29-Oct-2006 00:05
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The recovery Cd comes with SP 2. Even after all the updates offered by Microsoft I experience the same problem. Since the driver are installed automatically from the CD, I assume they are the right ones, don't you think? You reckon the recovery Cd could contain corrupt or incompatible drivers?

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Reply # 50127 29-Oct-2006 00:21
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It's unlikely... But drivers are updated frequently. For example Intel has released an update for all its wireless Centrino drivers a couple of months ago due to a flaw that could cause remote execution - it's not only Microsoft that releases patches.

Other than this, check that all memory is good, perhaps running a test program.







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  Reply # 50129 29-Oct-2006 00:23
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Downloaded all drivers available on Toshiba HP. let's see what's gonna happen.
Was thinking about RAM memory test. Do you have any suggestion for a good prog?
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  Reply # 50131 29-Oct-2006 00:29
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Thanks for the link, but it is a 0x0000007E, not 0x7F. Have checked the Microsoft knowledge base already, couldnt find any help though

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  Reply # 50231 30-Oct-2006 03:57
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so, here a small update:

made BIOS update offered by Toshiba
updated WLAN driver
Memtest did not indicate anything unusual

Thought after WLAN update to have solved the prob since I managed to wake up Laptop a couple of times without probs, but got my BSOD again this morning. So back on square one. Wrote to Toshiba, but dont expect anything useful. Wrote also to the user who started this topic in the first place (see first entry), but he had no solution either. He got his one fixed by Toshiba exchanging motherboard since they couldnt identify the cause either. So what strange issue am I dealing with here??????????

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