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  1. Joined : Sep 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #21

    axe0 said: View Post
    Please test the hard drive.
    ozfunghi said: View Post
    It says Seatools can't be used on SSD, but the HDD in the laptop has a small SSD partition on it (i think it was for fast boot or something). Is that a problem?
    So? That's not a problem?
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  2. Joined : Jun 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #22

    There is an option chkdsk below the part of seatools.



    BSOD - Windows 10 - "kernel power" - sleep/hibernate issue? Diagnostics Test BSOD - Windows 10 - "kernel power" - sleep/hibernate issue?
     HDD TEST


    Run chkdsk http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...isk-check.html
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  3. Joined : Jun 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #23

    Please run disk management to show where the SSD partition is.
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  4. Joined : Sep 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #24

    Yes, Checkdisk did not find any problems (on c). The reason why i brought it up, was that this SSD partition is hidden and doesn't have a drive letter assigned to it, and i can't check it with checkdisk, i think. Because the problem usually occurs after wake-up, i was thinking it, if the problem lies with the HDD, would be the most likely culprit.
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  5. Joined : Jun 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #25

    Please try the following in admin command prompt
    • Type diskpart and press enter
    • list disk (in case you have multiple hard drives)
    • sel disk X (number of the disk)
    • list partition


    Please make a screenshot of the command prompt
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  6. Joined : Sep 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #26
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  7. Joined : Jun 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #27

    Alright, no SeaTools because of a SSHD hard drive and the hard drive should be fine.

    For the sleep / hibernate issue I have done some research, since many people are having this problem.
    The best solution I can give is to not use these functions, until Microsoft releases a / multiple fixe(s) for this.
    But you might want to try the following and see if it solves the sleep / hibernate BSOD problem
    Please try the following:

    • Open an admin command prompt
    • Copy/paste "sfc/scannow" (without quotes) and press enter
    • When it finished reboot your system
    • Open again an admin command prompt
    • Enter sfc/scannow again

    If sfc/scannow does NOT say "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violation", please upload the cbs.log file located at {windows partition}\Windows\Logs\CBS\, if the file is too large try a 3rd party uploader like dropbox, onedrive, google drive, mediafire etc.
    System File Check(SFC a.k.a. Windows Resource Protection) needs to have your system rebooted in order for sfc to try to fix the problems that it finds.

    Have their recently been new bluescreens?
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  8. Joined : Sep 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #28

    Ok, it's scanning now, thanks.

    Just a quick question... how did you recognize the SSHD part and which one is it?
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  9. Joined : Jun 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #29

    ozfunghi said: View Post
    Ok, it's scanning now, thanks.

    Just a quick question... how did you recognize the SSHD part and which one is it?
    SSHD stands for Solid State Hybrid Drive, it is a SSD within a HDD.
    The speed of a SSD but the space of a HDD.
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  10. Joined : Sep 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #30

    It says it found corrupt files and succesfully repaired them and logged them. I will now restart and repeat the process.

    axe0 said: View Post
    SSHD stands for Solid State Hybrid Drive, it is a SSD within a HDD.
    The speed of a SSD but the space of a HDD.
    It has a small SSD for caching/boot/etc which benefits from a fast disk, but the 400+ GB are common HDD for storage, right? The question was, how did you recognize that it is indeed a hybrid, and which part of it is the SS part? I mean, there are plenty of hidden partitions.
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