Bug Check 0x14F: PDC_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT

The PDC_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT bug check has a value of 0x0000014F. This indicates that a system component failed to respond within the allocated time period, preventing the system from exiting connected standby.

Important

This topic is for programmers. If you are a customer who has received a blue screen error code while using your computer, see Troubleshoot blue screen errors.

PDC_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT Parameters

Parameter Description
1 Client ID of the hung component.
2

Client type of the hung component.

0x1 : A notification client failed to respond.

Parameter 3: Pointer to the notification client (PDC_NOTIFICATION_CLIENT). Parameter 4: Pointer to a pdc!PDC_14F_TRIAGE structure.

0x2 : A resiliency client failed to respond.

Parameter 3: Pointer to the resiliency client (PDC_RESILIENCY_CLIENT). Parameter 4: Pointer to a pdc!PDC_14F_TRIAGE structure.

0x3 : An activator client held a reference for too long.

Parameter 3: Pointer to the activation client (pdc!_PDC_ACTIVATOR_CLIENT). Parameter 4: Pointer to a pdc!PDC_14F_TRIAGE structure.

0x100 : Win32k did not complete a monitor-on request in a timely manner.

Parameter 3: The most recent POWER_MONITOR_REQUEST_REASON value for this request. Parameter 4: A value indicating the internal path taken to initiate the request.
3 See parameter 2
4 See parameter 2

Resolution

The !analyze debug extension displays information about the bug check and can be helpful in determining the root cause.