original title: BSOD: Driver_Power_State_Failure 0x0000009F
I was wondering if anyone could help me solve a problem on my computer. I had recently gotten a BSOD saying DRIVER_POWER_STATE_Failure and 0x0000009F. This particular BSOD has been occurring frequently over the past two days, and as a result of it, my computer would get really sluggish and less responsive, especially when I'm shutting down my computer, shortly leading to the BSOD. I tried looking into this using Blue Screen Viewer and it said the problem occurred with ntoskrnl.exe. After that, I'm at a complete loss as to where to go from here. My computer has the following configuration: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit Edition, Intel i7 975 Extreme Edition, 2 x EVGA GeForce 295 Superclocked, 12 GB Cosair Dominator GT, Cosair 1000 HX Power Supply, Creative Labs Elite Pro Sound Card, Blackmagic Intensity Pro Capture Card, EVGA x58 3-way Classified Motherboard, RAID 1 with 2 x 2 TB Western Digital Black Hard drives, RAID 10 with 4 x 1 TB Western Digital Green Hard Drives. The last drivers I installed were the latest Intel Matrix Storage Drivers, and the latest audio drivers that pertained to my motherboard's on-board audio module.
I attached the three most recent mini dump files that, if I can recall, show this BSOD error. Hopefully all of this helps you guys narrow down the problem. I would really appreciate it.
Here's the Mini Crash Dump Files: Click Here
Also, I ran the Driver Verifier program from within Windows 7, and it also produced a crash dump, but the BSOD error was different than the previous ones. I attached that crash dump file as well, and labeled it accordingly.
Here's the Mini Crash Dump File from Driver Verifier: Click Here
Please, if you can, would you lend me a hand?