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Blue screen power state failure Windows 7

By Crabbit10
Nov 3, 2011
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  1. So I keep getting the blue screen Power State Failure which I am sure you are all aware of. It's happening a lot to me, and it really needs to go away it's causing my computer to be incredibly slow. I think you need my minidumps to tell me how to fix this but I don't know how to get them on here... The help would be greatly appreciated!
     
  2. Crabbit10

    Crabbit10 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Okay, I'm sure double posting is probably frowned upon, so sorry. But my computer has gotten 10 times slower just in the past few hours... And now everytime I close my laptop (even for just a millasecond) the computer freezes on a black screen then after 15 minutes of that the error then comes in. I'm not sure if these will help but here are my minidump zips... Somebody please help me I project that needs to get finished before tomorrow night and will all this slowness and crashes I can't stay on task very long. Someone please help, and fast...
     

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  3. Crabbit10

    Crabbit10 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I couldn't fit all of them on one post, so here's the rest...
     

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  4. Archean

    Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 5,682   +86

    Hello, somehow you are attaching empty zip files (i.e. they contain no dump file). You can simply attach dump files with your post as long as they are 200K or <. Otherwise, zip all the available minidumps in a single zip file.
     
  5. Crabbit10

    Crabbit10 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Okay, sorry about that I went and turned my UAC off so the error won't occur again. Here they are... I hope...

    View attachment 102711-30342-01.zip

    View attachment 102811-30576-01.zip

    View attachment 103111-29328-01.zip

    View attachment 110111-28267-01.zip
     
  6. Crabbit10

    Crabbit10 TS Rookie Topic Starter

  7. Archean

    Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 5,682   +86

    Please give me your system's complete specs.

    I've had time to check four (4) dumps from your first post, and all of the crashes has been caused by your Realtek Sound Card solution. I would suggest you to download Driver Sweeper (from this site's download section) and uninstall the current driver set. Then reboot your system, install/run driver sweeper to get rid of any left over realtek driver files. Then go to your computer's manufacturer's site and download latest WHQL Realtek sound drivers and install them.

    Please do keep us updated with regard to your progress.
     

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