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  1. Joined : Jun 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #31

    ozfunghi said: View Post
    It says it found corrupt files and succesfully repaired them and logged them. I will now restart and repeat the process.



    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.
    I'm thinking about the partition with the type OEM.
    I have never seen a partition with that type.
    The types I know are
    • Recovery
    • System
    • Reserved
    • Primary


    The hidden partitions are shown in command prompt with diskpart.
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  2. Joined : Sep 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #32

    No violations found with the second scan.

    CBS logfile.
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  3. Joined : Jun 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #33

    Good,
    Let me know when there is another bluescreen.
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  4. Joined : Sep 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #34

    There have been bluescreens the past days, do you want the logfiles for those as well? Or just if new BSOD should occur after the repaired violations?
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       20 Sep 2015 #35

    Prefered for new bluescreens.
    You may of course upload the files from the past days.
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  6. Joined : Sep 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #36

    Attachment 38489

    Again after coming back from hibernate half an hour ago. My girlfriend says earlier this morning, it also crashed and rebooted without a blue screen.

    PS: any way to get memtest86+ to boot another way?
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  7. Joined : Jun 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #37

    The cause is the driver from the 2nd post.
    Exactly the same.

    I wouldn't know a method to get MemTest86+ working
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  8. Joined : Sep 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #38

    axe0 said: View Post
    The cause is the driver from the 2nd post.
    Exactly the same.

    I wouldn't know a method to get MemTest86+ working
    Ok, so, what's the sollution? There is no later driver available that i could find. And why would it always cause a crash after wake up, but not after start up?

    I just removed the driver, and Windows seemingly automatically re´nstalled it. I'd like to try out if crashes still occur after somehow disabeling the driver, or the device completely. What's the best course of action?
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  9. Joined : Jun 2015
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       20 Sep 2015 #39

    Like I said earlier, there are problems with the sleep and hibernate functions in windows 10.
    The best solution is to not use them until Microsoft fixes it.
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