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Blue screen after sleep mode

I have been getting blue screens every once in awhile after installing my new corsair cx500 v2 power supply. Now I wouldn't say that is definitely the problem but something is wrong here and did not have the problems before. I found location for crash dump files, but I can't open .dmp files apparently. Also is it possible a wireless adapter driver could cause this? after a restart it wont connect to internet unless I unplug and replug the usb adapter. Just a guess and by the way I have no problems running games or computer during the day.

Any help appreciated and I'll stay tuned in on this thread, thanks.
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  1. If you can upload your minidumps (C:\Windows\Minidump) somewhere, I can take a look and analyze them in WinDbg to see if there's some apparent cause.
  2. Ok will do, downloading windows debugging tools so i can open .dmp. I will post what I find soon.
  3. WinDbg definitely not an intuitive tool to use, especially if it's your first time. If you run into trouble, I can take a look for you.

    First, load up the crash dump.

    you'll need to add Microsoft's symbol server in your symbol path by running this:
    .sympath SRV*C:\localsymbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols

    then reload symbols:
    .reload

    finally run analyze for a quick analysis (generally does an ok job):
    !analyze -v
  4. For some reason I can no longer open the .dmp files because windows has not a clue what program to use to view it. Windows debug won't install correctly either. Can you pm one of your emails so I can send these to you? thanks

    as for your above reply... I don't know what that means, sorry.
    also that microsoft DL link is not working http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols
  5. I think that the recommended commands are command line. You could open cmd.exe from the start menu's run/search tool and then type in or copy/paste those commands as recommended into the cmd window.
  6. blazorthon said:
    I think that the recommended commands are command line. You could open cmd.exe from the start menu's run/search tool and then type in or copy/paste those commands as recommended into the cmd window.

    not sure what commands you are referring to?
  7. Those commands (.reload, !analyze, etc) are WinDbg commands. You execute those in the debugger prompt window.
  8. aicom said:
    Those commands (.reload, !analyze, etc) are WinDbg commands. You execute those in the debugger prompt window.

    Like I said.. I don't have debug, it wont install.. I tried running those they are all unrecognized..
  9. Just upload the dmp files for me to look at.
  10. aicom said:
    Just upload the dmp files for me to look at.

    How? I can send through email. New to this site. thanks
  11. If you've got a Dropbox or SkyDrive account, you can upload it there and post a public link here.
  12. aicom said:
    If you've got a Dropbox or SkyDrive account, you can upload it there and post a public link here.

    ill give it a try
  13. Upload a zip of your C:\Windows\minidump folder. The C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP file is generally huge and would take ages to upload and download.
  14. Both of those crashes are caused by xnacc.sys which is the driver for the Xbox 360 controller.
  15. Best answer
    Updating your Xbox 360 controller software will probably solve this issue.

    Here's the link for Windows 7 64-bit: http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/9/4/69446ACF-E625-4CCF-8F56-58B589934CD3/Xbox360_64Eng.exe
  16. Best answer selected by kodiac12.
  17. aicom said:
    Updating your Xbox 360 controller software will probably solve this issue.

    Here's the link for Windows 7 64-bit: http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/9/4/69446ACF-E625-4CCF-8F56-58B589934CD3/Xbox360_64Eng.exe

    Your the man, thanks alot! :bounce:
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