Anyway, when it happens, I see several Event 18 WHEA-Logger in the event viewer, about 6 of them every time.
What's weird though, is that I literally have NO problems with this computer other than this. The only times it hangs is when I resume it from hibernation. I can play games or run stress tests with or without overclock and the system is 100% stable. But there is some problem that prevents it from resuming from hibernation correctly, so every time I use it is basically a gamble because it has like 50% chance of working.
PLEASE, help me fix this problem. I tried EVERY SINGLE solution I found with google related to hibernation problems, and it's still there. I even formatted and reinstalled Windows from scratch, and it's still there. I'm positive I updated every single driver for every hardware I have and nope, no solution.
I know the WHEA error is related to the hardware but like I said, everything works PERFECTLY once the system starts up properly, or when it resumes from hibernation properly.
I am desperate. I'm even willing to give you remote access to my computer if you need. I AM DESPERATE.
Current System specs and installed hardware:
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (I do not remember if this problem happened when I had Vista)
Intel Core2Quad Q9550
Asus Rampage Formula (Motherboard)
4Gb DDR2 OCZ
Gigabyte GTX560Ti 448
Western Digital Caviar Black 500Gb as system drive
CoolerMaster Realpower 600W PSU
Hauppauge WinTV HVR1300 capture card
A Philips IDE DVD burner
Some USB stuff
Over the last 3 years I've had this problem, I replaced the following hardware, but the problem has always been there
4Gb DDR2 generic OEM
Sapphire Radeon HD4870
Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 500Gb
Edited by AHG, 08 December 2012 - 05:37 PM.