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Old 04-01-2016, 07:35 PM
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Recently my PC began shutting down after several hours. I have Windows 7 Home. When rebooting, the prompt said:
"Your system's firmware did not preserve the system memory map across the hibernate transition. If you proceed with resume, your system could behave in an unexpected manner. It is recommended that you save all your data and reboot the system after resume finishes. Kindly recheck for a firmware update with your system vendor as it may fix this problem."
Why is this happening and what do I do about it?
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Did you do as the message advised?:
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Kindly recheck for a firmware update with your system vendor as it may fix this problem
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Old 04-02-2016, 03:33 PM
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Microsoft automatically updates my PC. I have tried to do the following but do not know what to do: Kindly recheck for a firmware update with your system vendor as it may fix this problem.
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This has nothing to do with Microsoft but with your PC's maker. That is why the message tells you to check "for a firmware update with your system vendor". In most cases, the same result would be achieved by getting whatever BIOS updates are available from the mainboard's maker. If it's a major brand name (e.g. Dell, HP, Toshiba) their website should have whatever updates are available.
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