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S3 Suspend gives BSOD

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When I have S3 enabled in my BIOS, my computer will always crash upon resuming from standby. S1 works fine, and my overclock is 100% stable in Memtest and Prime as far as I can tell.

The error says: (it reboots right away, but I can catch a quick glance and googled for the exact text)

Quote:
Problem caused by a hard disk drive error

Windows was temporarily unable to read your hard disk drive. We do not know the exact cause of the problem. In most cases, this type of condition is momentary and does not indicate a serious problem, but sometimes it means that a hard disk is failing.
Leaving for work right now so I can't post my exact voltages/overclock settings (hardware is in my sig) but if someone could point me in the right direction as to what setting may need to be tweaked it would be greatly appreciated!
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This would help you a litte bit: http://neosmart.net/blog/2006/vistas...akeup-support/
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Originally Posted by Biatch View Post
Thanks for the link, I read over it but it seemed to be mostly talking about Vista and didn't really include any tips to fix the problem.

Other suggestions? Anyone else have a problem with S3 suspend in XP? Anyone fix it? I know it has to be a problem with my overclocked settings...S3 works with the default settings, but as I'm stable in Memtest/Prime (12+ hours) I hate to mess with a good thing.

S1 isn't a big deal, but it'd be nice to have those fans go off at night. Thanks for any help!
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from the looks of it it's a known bug, gotta wait for a fix now >.<
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post #5 of 5
If you are overclocking give up on speedstep and any other powersaving feature.

Generally the boards are bad at down clocking an overclocked CPU.

Personally my E6400 @ 3.4 and 3.6 ghz was 100% stable (+30 hours Prime95 and 10 pass's of memtest) and was extremely unstable with Speedstep or any other power saving features enabled.
    
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