Ok guys, here's one even i haven't been able to get a handle on. It's reguarding my laptop, Dell Inspiron 4150, WinXP Pro, P4m 1.4Ghz, 512Mb RAM.
I've had it for quite some time, it's old obviously. I usually keep it laying around in case i want to check my mail or go online without having to turn on my workstation PC. So usually when i'm done i just close the lid and let it go into standby. I've been doing that forever with no problems.
In the last 2 weeks or so, it's started giving me a BSoD whenever i flip open the laptop and it tries to resume from standby. BSoD reads KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR, beginning dump of physical memory, etc... etc... (i'll come back with the specific error address when it happens again).
That's not the worst part however. When i turn on the computer again after the BSoD, i get a "WARNING: Primary Hard Drive 0 Failure! No Boot Options available, press F1 to try again or F2 for setup". I'll have to power it down and turn it on again, sometimes 4 or 5 times until it boots normally. This last time it happened i had to remove the laptop battery and leave it unplugged for a few minutes before it would reboot without a HDD0 failure error.
I've looked up the KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR online, but haven't found any reall information as to what to do to prevent it from happening again. I know what exactly the error is, i can read about that until i'm blue in the face, i just can't seem to find any viable solutions anywhere. So any ideas?