writhziden Administrator, .NET/UWP Developer, BSOD Academy Instructor Staff member Joined May 23, 2012 Posts 2,887 Location Colorado Nov 15, 2012 #1 I'm sure some of you already know about these, but I just learned about them through my help with this thread: BSOD Windows 8 If a user has a custom built system and is experiencing wake from sleep or sleep issues in general, make sure the system is setup to wake from sleep using USB devices, i.e. a USB mouse or keyboard. This can be done through BIOS settings on some systems, but it may also require a change to the motherboard jumper for USB devices to +5VSB for the USB ports. Another setting that chan help with errors resulting from sleep sequences is a change in the BIOS from S1 + S3 to just S1 for the system BIOS sleep settings. That problem may be coupled with a message in Event Viewer that shows an error message that the user should check for firmware updates for the system.