error 0x9f, ACPI - will BIOS update fix?

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    W10Prox64
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       #11

    Okay sleep and hibernation are now off. Geesh! LOL
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  2. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
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       #12

    Running the long generic test on the ext hdd now.
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  3. Posts : 12,726
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       #13

    OK, good. Anymore BSODs?. If you get another, upload the zip file. Did you delete the hyberfile when turning Hibernation off? To delete it, open an elevated command prompt and run powercfg -h off . That should turn it off as well as delete the hyberfile from your hard drive and give you 16 GB more free space on your hard drive.
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    W10Prox64
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       #14

    essenbe said:
    OK, good. Anymore BSODs?. If you get another, upload the zip file. Did you delete the hyberfile when turning Hibernation off? To delete it, open an elevated command prompt and run powercfg -h off . That should turn it off as well as delete the hyberfile from your hard drive and give you 16 GB more free space on your hard drive.
    External HDD passed the long test.
    I turned off sleep and hibernation from control panel. The computer has been on for over 24 hours and no BSOD (probably be cause it has not gone to sleep).
    I don't understand the command powercfg -h off, isn't that what I did by turning it off in power options? Don't I just need to delete the hyberfile now?
    Sorry - been dealing with Z drive too much.....
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  5. Posts : 12,726
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       #15

    The command turns it off and deletes the hyberfile. Hibernate reserves space on the hard drive to write what's in ram (16 GB in your case) for when it ibernate's. If you just stop the service, the hard drive allocation is still there. The command turns it off, deletes the hyberfile on your hard drive and stops it from recreating it, as I understand it. I always use the command. If you ever get around to it, you are going to have an SSD and don't need/want a hibernation or sleep either, for me. My computer sleeps when I do or not at all when I go to sleep while sitting in front of it.
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    W10Prox64
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       #16

    essenbe said:
    The command turns it off and deletes the hyberfile. Hibernate reserves space on the hard drive to write what's in ram (16 GB in your case) for when it ibernate's. If you just stop the service, the hard drive allocation is still there. The command turns it off, deletes the hyberfile on your hard drive and stops it from recreating it, as I understand it. I always use the command. If you ever get around to it, you are going to have an SSD and don't need/want a hibernation or sleep either, for me. My computer sleeps when I do or not at all when I go to sleep while sitting in front of it.
    OIC. And if I've never used hibernation, would I not have that file yet? because I don't find it on the root.

    Oh wait - I've found it - 6.37GB

    Done!
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  7. Posts : 12,726
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       #17

    Good way to start the New Year. A little lighter in the hard drive.
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  8. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
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       #18

    Hi @essenbe. Here it is.
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  9. Posts : 12,726
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       #19

    No dump files since 12/29
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  10. Posts : 12,726
    Windows 11 Pro
       #20

    @simrick, The 12/29 dump is apparently from before you disabled sleep and hibernation. Check the very bottom too.

    Code:
    ffffe000944c7cd0
    DevNode 0xffffe000944c7cd0 for PDO 0xffffe000944c6060
      Parent 0xffffe0009448bd30   Sibling 0xffffe000944c6d30   Child 0xffffe00099eaa010   
      InstancePath is "PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1401&SUBSYS_39673842&REV_A1\4&2d78ab8f&0&0008"
      ServiceName is "nvlddmkm"
      State = DeviceNodeStarted (0x308)
      Previous State = DeviceNodeEnumerateCompletion (0x30d)
      StateHistory[12] = DeviceNodeEnumerateCompletion (0x30d)
      StateHistory[11] = DeviceNodeEnumeratePending (0x30c)
      StateHistory[10] = DeviceNodeStarted (0x308)
      StateHistory[09] = DeviceNodeEnumerateCompletion (0x30d)
      StateHistory[08] = DeviceNodeEnumeratePending (0x30c)
      StateHistory[07] = DeviceNodeStarted (0x308)
      StateHistory[06] = DeviceNodeStartPostWork (0x307)
      StateHistory[05] = DeviceNodeStartCompletion (0x306)
      StateHistory[04] = DeviceNodeStartPending (0x305)
      StateHistory[03] = DeviceNodeResourcesAssigned (0x304)
      StateHistory[02] = DeviceNodeDriversAdded (0x303)
      StateHistory[01] = DeviceNodeInitialized (0x302)
      StateHistory[00] = DeviceNodeUninitialized (0x301)
      StateHistory[19] = Unknown State (0x0)
      StateHistory[18] = Unknown State (0x0)
      StateHistory[17] = Unknown State (0x0)
      StateHistory[16] = Unknown State (0x0)
      StateHistory[15] = Unknown State (0x0)
      StateHistory[14] = Unknown State (0x0)
      StateHistory[13] = Unknown State (0x0)
      Flags (0x6c0000f0)  DNF_ENUMERATED, DNF_IDS_QUERIED, 
                          DNF_HAS_BOOT_CONFIG, DNF_BOOT_CONFIG_RESERVED, 
                          DNF_NO_LOWER_DEVICE_FILTERS, DNF_NO_LOWER_CLASS_FILTERS, 
                          DNF_NO_UPPER_DEVICE_FILTERS, DNF_NO_UPPER_CLASS_FILTERS
      CapabilityFlags (0x00002000)  WakeFromD3
    Your graphics card
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