Samsung NVMe M2

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Just in case anyone gets the same problem.


Had a problem with blue screen on wake up from sleep, INTERNAL POWER ERROR stop code.

Many 'solutions' said to set powercfg to 100.

Didn't work.

Uninstalling Samsung NVMe driver did!
 
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I neither use a Samsung SSD nor sleep mode, but it might come handy for others so thumbs up for sharing this. :)
 
Yeah, either my machine is on or off. Though my laptop has.. wait no that's Seagate....

Is this in a laptop?
Just in case anyone gets the same problem.


Hard a problem with blue screen on wake up from sleep, INTERNAL POWER ERROR stop code.

Many 'solutions' said to set powercfg to 100.

Didn't work.

Uninstalling Samsung NVMe driver did!
 
Yeah, either my machine is on or off. Though my laptop has.. wait no that's Seagate....

Is this in a laptop?
No.

X570
Ryzen 3700X
Nvidia 3070
 
Looks like there should be images in the first post but I can't see them.

I have a Samsung M2 NVMe disk in this machine, never had the problem in over 3 years but it's a good one to look out for so thanks for sharing. It's a bit backwards having drivers for disks but when you're having to link straight into PCIe to get the required speeds it's unavoidable.
 
Looks like there should be images in the first post but I can't see them.
No , sorry none.

Other possible cause was adding a second NVMe or the GPU, but I'd bet on the driver issue.

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