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KentB1
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BSOD after resume on a Pavilion G6-1b60us running Windows 10

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Pavilion G6-1B60US
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have a Pavilion G6-1B60US that was given to me.  I have added memory to 8GB and upgraded the OS to Windows 10.  A previous post documents my struggle with the RALINK wireless adapter.  Everything is working with one exception.

 

I get a BSOD with a stop code indicating that a Critical Process Died.  The screen says that 0% complete.

So I have these questions:

 

  1. Can someone help me fix the BSOD error following resume?
  2. How do I get the system to dump so I can diagnose the problem further?
  3. Is this a known issue with this hardware and software combination?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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These are important question that I'd like to better understand.  However, I will not pursue them at this time because I've gotten my system to work.

 

I was able to install bios level F.46.  This replaced the F.49 bios that was on my system.  I found the F.46 bios here:

 

HP Pavilion g6-1c40ca Notebook PC Windows 7 (64-bit) drivers | HP Notebook Drivers

 

My system is now running Windows 10 with all the latest updates installed.  It sleeps when I close the cover and resumes when I open it.  All is well with the world.

 

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

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KentB1
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These are important question that I'd like to better understand.  However, I will not pursue them at this time because I've gotten my system to work.

 

I was able to install bios level F.46.  This replaced the F.49 bios that was on my system.  I found the F.46 bios here:

 

HP Pavilion g6-1c40ca Notebook PC Windows 7 (64-bit) drivers | HP Notebook Drivers

 

My system is now running Windows 10 with all the latest updates installed.  It sleeps when I close the cover and resumes when I open it.  All is well with the world.

 

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

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