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Hello, I'm running Vista Ultimate 32-bit and I'm having a problem with the sleep mode. The last time Vista resumed from sleep mode, I received a STOP error.

However, the most bizarre thing was that when I put it into sleep, about 10 seconds later, the system came on by itself! It then showed the STOP error as KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR (STATUS_DEVICE_NOT_CONNECTED).

The Event Viewer says that the system was resumed from sleep by Intel(R) 82801FB/FBM USB Universal Host Controller - 2659. However, the only devices attached to it are 'USB Composite Device' and 'Microsoft USB Wireless Mouse (IntelliPoint)'.

Can anyone help me solve this problem?

I have attached the Crash Dump file from WinDebug as a text file to this post.
 

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You need to check the bios settings to make sure no wake-ups are allowed in Power Management and that the correct settings are enabled for usb mouse and keyboard (if keyboard is used). BTW if you have installed Ms Intellimouse drivers, I would uninstall them as they make the worst mouse software and you don't really need any anyway.
 

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Thanks for your reply.

I've dome some diagnosis after correcting some settings in device manager for keyboard and mouse. I disabled "Allow this device to wake the computer" which did the trick. I found that when I unplug my broadband modem before entering sleep, it works fine and resuming also seems to be flawless.

However, when I put it to sleep with the modem connected, it comes on instantly and sometimes I get the blue screen and sometimes I don't. My modem is an old WebStar DPX100 Series connected by Ethernet. My intergrated NIC is "Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller". This also is not allowed to wake the computer.
 
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Maybe you should also seek a new modem? Old hardware causes most of those PM issues.
 

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Yeah I have been thinking but I'm with Virgin Media which is cable and I don't quite know which modem would work with my connection. I'm reluctant to call the Customer Support because they will charge a lot and waste my time :) But I will look into it and try to find a compatible one.
 
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