Windows 10 BSOD On Computer Wake From Sleep


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    Windows 10 BSOD On Computer Wake From Sleep


    Every time my computer's monitor goes to sleep, on awaking the computer will BSOD with "kernel security check failure" or the screen will not turn on and reboot the PC.



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    The cause of the most crashes is the Nvidia Video driver.

    But, there are some known issues with the sleep feature which is a bug in windows.
    Until Microsoft fixes this, you might want to disable the sleep option.
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    axe0 said:
    The cause of the most crashes is the Nvidia Video driver.

    But, there are some known issues with the sleep feature which is a bug in windows.
    Until Microsoft fixes this, you might want to disable the sleep option.
    greeeeat. thanks!
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    Hi chefbrian,

    How is it going?
    Have you had any bluescreen lately?
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    axe0 said:
    Hi chefbrian,

    How is it going?
    Have you had any bluescreen lately?
    oh yeah, still happening. just waiting on that driver update. want me to mark this as solved or something?
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    I'm just really curious :)

    Have you tried to disable those options?
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    axe0 said:
    I'm just really curious :)

    Have you tried to disable those options?
    I disabled all power saving options except shutting the monitor off. The blue screens are still happening. I need to disable monitor shut off too - just gotta remember to turn my monitor off.

    Ill do this tonight and let you know how it goes.
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