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ElAguila

DPC Watchdog violation

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ElAguila    0

I just replaced my c drive with a samsung 830 120gb ssd drive. I did a clean install of Windows 8 Pro and it went great and I am very happy with the speed. But when my pc comes out of sleep mode or hibernate mode, it freezes for a minute and there is the blue screen that says the pc has to restart because of a problem and it shows DPC Watchdog violation and the issue. I have been searching the web and I have not found a solution so far that applies. The drive has no errors on it and I ran chkdsk. I have nothing else installed at this time.

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Tripredacus    286

upload the minidumps (as zip) in the attachment.

May not be necessary.

SSDs will not wake properly from hibernate or sleep unless certain things are set:

- AHCI mode for SATA

- appropriate drivers that recognize SSD.

I've had this problem, it is solved (on Intel chipsets) by installing the Intel Rapid Storage v11.6 software.

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=3409&DwnldID=22036&keyword=IRST&DownloadType=Drivers〈=eng

Choose the third option iata_enu.exe.

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