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Corsair CSSD-F120GB2 (I am confused about my standy-by problem)

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Hi everyone!


I'm sorry if I bother you with my (maybe) stupid questions. The last days I read through the forum and saw that I am not the only one having the standby problems.

First of all: I bought this Corsair CSSD-F120GB2 (Firmware V.1.0) for my HP Touchsmart tm2 -1090eg and it works great until I want my tm2 to go to standby.

As I saw in the forum there were suggestions from running different drivers for the controller (HP (ICH9) Mobile SATA AHCI Controller) to settings "suspend to disk" (as RAMGUY recommends; this works). But beside the tip "suspend to disk" nothing works for me neither other driver versions nor any settings in the energy managment (beside "normal shut down", of course). I don't even have randomly restarts or freezings or something else (only the "standby problem"). So my tm2 wakes up after standby, I can see the logon screen but after that it somehow freezes and a short error message appears and the notebook restarts (error message contains different cryptic codes: 0x000000f4 (0x0000000000000003, 0xfffffa8006845810, 0xfffffa8006845af0, 0xfffff80002f855d0). A whole image was saved to: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report-ID: 092410-13603-01.


Now I am totally confused about reading of BSOD (blue screen of death?) and freezings with no recognition of the ssd and whatever. :confused:

Could it be that the 0x000000f4 indicates that I also have a BSOD (although it was ne real "blue screen"). But compared to others in the forum I don't have to do a hard reset or something else.


I don't know what is the correct threat to place my problem so please excuse me and thank you for clarifying things.


P.S.: I don't know if my system specs could be opened for everyone although I completed the corresponding form. If not, I post them in addition.

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It sounds like you're having the same problem as everyone else. Updating any controller drivers is not going to help right now. The only solution is to not use sleep/standy/hibernate until the new firmware for the Force drive is released.
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