Hi I have a machine with windows 7 64-bit professional on it that is having sleep troubles. It seems that sometimes when I put my computer to sleep, it will crash and I'll have to power off and power back on forcefully. One time after putting it to sleep and not realizing for a while that it hung on going to sleep I saw the blue screen of death come up. I've had several other blue screens with the machine since upgrading to windows 7 from vista but this was the first one during sleeping it. Normally what happenes when I sleep the computer and it works fine which is like 9 out of 10 times, the monitors turn off and several of the hard drives turn off with seemingly only the C drive left on to get data cached to it from ram. Then that goes idle for a bit while the computer does something else (presumably getting the rest of the data cached into ram), then the hard drive light will light up once more for a split second while the hard drive and the computer shut off completely. When I press the sleep button and it crashes I'll notice that the monitors turn off like they should but that nothing else seems to turn off. I'll notice the hard drives keep going doing who knows what, and everything else still running. This leads me to suspect a grahics driver problem making it crash. However, I have updated drivers for my graphics card. Can someone help? I've also exprienced a few crashes where during gaming the game will freeze with the noise going into a broken record type loop and stay like that forever unless I force power off. I've attached my last 4 bluescreen dump files for analysis and convenience.
Antec 900 gaming case, Asus p6t deluxe, core i7 920 with stock heat sink, 6GB corsair dominator memory in xmp mode, antec truepower 850 psu, xfx geforce 9800gx2 factory overclocked to 680Mhz, 5 hard drives with the C drive being a Western Digital Veloc-rapter 150GB 10,000rpm, LG super-multi SecurDisc lightscribe optical drive.