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    I have a HP Pavilion tx1000 laptop running vista home premium. Several times a day I get the BSOD and there is no apparent connection to the activities that cause it.

    I have attached the minidump files created from a few occurrences. Can anyone tell me a cure for the problem?

    Thanks,
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    [quote name='willieinparadise' post='781749' date='25-Jun-2009 13:24']I have a HP Pavilion tx1000 laptop running vista home premium. Several times a day I get the BSOD and there is no apparent connection to the activities that cause it.[/quote]

    From the threads I found it seems as though this error is usually associated with a power state change such as shut down, wake from sleep, or wake from hibernation.\

    1.) Is this a recent occurrence?
    2.) Have you added any hardware or software recently?
    3.) Have you updated any drivers recently?
    4.) Are your drivers up-to-date?

    Joe
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    Joe,

    Thanks for the reply. This started within the last 2 weeks and has gotten more frequent. Nothing added hardware or software wise. Eset AV updates only. Drivers are up to date.

    Thanks,

    Bill

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    [quote name='willieinparadise' post='782500' date='30-Jun-2009 16:24']Thanks for the reply. This started within the last 2 weeks and has gotten more frequent. Nothing added hardware or software wise. Eset AV updates only. Drivers are up to date.[/quote]

    Does this happen on battery or AC power?

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