You have not set your APCI option located in the bios first.
Once you find that option in the bios, make sure S3 str or s4 std is selected.
then save the settings in the bios.
When you tell the computer to sleep or hibernate it uses these modes if set right.
STR means Suspend To Ram.
STD means Suspend To Disk.
If the option is not set then the computer will crash upon a wake up call.
-The bugcheck is most likely caused by a incorrect response in a device driver.
-You have some old drivers on your system (2006), I dumped the driver list from your minidump.
-I would google for the driver names and update them when I figured out what they went to.
- Or remove them if I did not currently need them.
- I included the Realtek driver RTKVHD64.sys because a lot of people are having issues with various realtek drivers (I don't know which ones).
-The first few drivers did not have timestamps so who knows if they are stale or not.
secdrv.sys Macrovision security driver used to prevent piracy of some PC games. It caused a lot of problems in its day. FYI
TSDDD.dll is someFramebuffer Display Driver
adfs.sys is adobe file system driver
atmfd.dll I think is also an adobe file
not waking up from a "long" sleep some times can be caused by a "EU" setting in the BIOS. I requirement from the European union to power down USB ports on extended sleep to save extra power on computers.. If you have a USB wireless keyboard you can not wake the computer after the USB port was powered down. (the old PS/2 keyboard might work depending on your BIOS setting).
I have the same problem.I've been trying to solve this for around 6 months.but still couldn't.My laptop is hp pavilion g6 1100tu.I installed a grafic driver and it works for only few days even it's not compatible for my laptop.After few days the problem came again.now I install that driver again and again when the problem appears as I have no other alternative.Please help me to solve this problem.....