It looks like the culprit is the Faulting module name: Pen_Tablet.dll_unloaded, version: 0.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x50a41e6f at least on 2nd crash.
Make sure that driver is up to date and working OK.
The first crash was with Faulting Module ntdll.dll which usually means that a driver has crashed -- so you probably want to check your video, printer, scanner, tablet, and camera drivers.
So both point to the tablet driver.
I have a Wacom Bamboo tablet but I'm using their latest driver.
What can I say, in most cases the Faulting Module is where the problem lies.
Might try unplugging the tablet, although the driver would still be active.
Perhaps the tablet does not like the sleep mode and can not wake up.
Thank you Curt. I'll have it under observation. Will keep updating this thread with more information as it happens. So far haven't lost any work thank god since I always save before leaving my computer for a long period of time and like I said both crashes happened while I'm away for a long time and the computer is inactive and has automatically logged me off.
I have used the event viewer before, but never able to find the screen with the info you show. Once in Event View what are you clicking to get there?
Hmm, now I can reply!!! Looks like the forum was acting up on me before and I could log on but couldn't post. Anyways I read your PM and answered. I've had crashes on other applications and I think my crash is not related to Photoshop but Windows 7 power saving configuration since the application in front is the one that crashes when Windows wakes up. This is how I get to the General report.
in Event Viewer I went thru Event Viewer (Local) then Custom Views and then Administrative Events. Then I have two tabs, one says "General" and the other Says "Details". The "General" tab is the one that has the format you want. Please let me know if I can help you further.
For continuity sake this is the new crash I had, these "on wake up crashes" started to happen after I upgraded my cable modem.
Faulting application name: 3d-CoatDX64C.exe, version: 184.108.40.206, time stamp: 0x5054babf
Faulting module name: 3d-CoatDX64C.exe, version: 220.127.116.11, time stamp: 0x5054babf
Exception code: 0xc000041d
Fault offset: 0x0000000001b76415
Faulting process id: 0x10ac
Faulting application start time: 0x01cdd6d9e66fe856
Faulting application path: E:\Program Files\3D-Coat-V3\3d-CoatDX64C.exe
Faulting module path: E:\Program Files\3D-Coat-V3\3d-CoatDX64C.exe
Report Id: 0022478a-431a-11e2-9033-3085a999ac96
Looks like now the faulting module is 3D-Coat. A web search says it is plug in so looks like nothing to do with cable modem.
No that's not a plugin but a 3D application as demanding of computer resources as Photoshop. I had Photoshop closed when leaving the computer that time but 3D Coat stayed open in the front so this time it was the one who crashed when I returned to my computer, hours after, upon logging in, just like Photoshop. The crash always happens on waking up windows. I'm tying them up with the new modem cause after I installed that modem was when the crashes on waking up started to happen plus there are some other warnings related to the Gigabit ethernet. Even though I get those warnings my connection to the internet keeps working fine. I researched those errors and find a discussion blaming Windows 7 settings for power save.
Intel(R) 82579V Gigabit Network Connection
Network link is disconnected.
I'm just closing the power hungry applications before leaving the computer unattended for hours and the crashes don't happen.