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This is just from personal experience. This is true of PCs at home, as well as production servers I am responsible for which might run for weeks at a time, and then not come up when restarted, then we made a discovery on the microsoft partners site. Since I've only played two different games on this machine yet, BF 4 and CIV 5, and CIV 5 doesn't show this behavior, I'm still not sure who's to blame ..The have a peek at these guys

OK ? I figure if i start out fresh it would be better. Just pressing power button did not normally shutdown computer or wake up. Hope this works for you.

I can't sit by the computer and type something every few minutes to keep it from going into hibernation and I can't afford to be without my computer overnight every time Will run for 36 hours. There would be a major recall and/or law suit. Keep in mind, also, that if you have access to another computer, it is trivial to pull data off of a hardrive if you plug it in as a secondary disk

I've replaced it with a very cheap 600W PSU & the S3 sleep now works fine :D See above for my symptoms Mahmoud Al-Qudsi on August 14, 2007 at 1:54 pm Replace one device and test to see if the issue occurs again. Please do the following: - open Event Viewer (run eventvwr.msc from the "Run" dialog) - expand the Custom Views category (left click on the > next to the words "Custom Views") johanneszab Oct 6, 2015 2:17 AM Hello everybody!I've a problem with my new system (2 month old now), and i think i basically ruled everything out except the graphics card, the

System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell XPS 420 OS Windows 7 SP1 Memory 6 GB Quote 06 Nov 2012 #3 Butcho View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Posts : 5 Windows 8 Note: If you're not really sure what you're doing, follow these instructions carefully! Maybe it really is the graphics cards driver and it was less stressed in that time, but it still could be the ALC 1150 Realtek HD audio chip or the Intel Prior to Vista SP1 x4 I could sleep, hibernate all day long.

Joe on April 10, 2008 at 11:54 pm said: Well i did a little research on my own and sound a solution. Doing this blocks your system from automatically reinstalling or showing updates for version 11 of the MEI driver. Rarely (about every 2days) The machine crashes when resuming from sleep (e.g. Steve Dowd on January 4, 2009 at 5:09 am said: My sleep and hibernate worked great when I first got my computer.

Step 4: Reset the Update Services setting Change the Windows Update Services setting from Manual back to Automatic (Delayed Start). https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/5265-turn-off-wake-up-problems.html Speaking of which, I started your list with this first one and followed the directions exactly also ensuring MS Edge was closed in Task Manager and when I did all hell I did that but the problem persists with no noticeable change whatever. FYI - If we're looking for Event ID 41 errors (unexplained shutdowns), there's more info on that here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2028504 While waiting for a reply, please monitor your temps with this free

Windows will take care for most of them. More about the author However it turned out HP won?t do it. About a month ago my pc started going to BSOD while trying to resume after being put to sleep. Since the BSOD is always different, I thought of a ram problem at first, but I've tested 3 different dimms now, I also rum memtest86 for 4 hours on them, and

The below is almost certainly the cause: steve on October 24, 2007 at 3:57 am said: Hi guys i see you all enjoy some of the issues with vista, we found Those programs were loaded around the same time my computer started screwing up. Check for updates checks for the latest updates from Microsoft. http://ps3coderz.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-waking-from-sleep-mode-kernal-data-inpage-error.php Continue adding devices and testing until you find the device that is causing the problem.

Dell Insirion 1420 Intel Core Duo CPU T5450 @ 1.66 GHz 1.67 GHz 2 GHz RAM 32-Bit Windows Vista Home Premium Thanks.. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: BSOD only after Sleep - Different Bugcheck Codes in different Windows Drivers. To run the Power troubleshooter, use the following instructions: In Windows, search for and open the Control Panel.

Select Automatic (recommended) to have the computer automatically restart after updates download, and install or select Notify to schedule restart to have the computer always prompt you to schedule a restart

Try at your own risk. If the issue still exists, proceed to the next troubleshooting step. OS Windows 8 64bit Quote 06 Nov 2012 #5 richc46 View Profile View Forum Posts BSOD Kernel Dump Analyst Fairfield County, CT Posts : 348 Windows 7 SP1 Use the computer The NeoSmart Files is the official NeoSmart Technologies blog.

Hopefully this helps you narrow down the culprit, then all that's left is to identify the program that deals with the driver and update said program, or uninstall it. Thanks for all your help! But starting a high memory usage application like BF4 to fill the ram and entering suspend immediately corrupted the ram content.So, I reloaded memtest86, this time for 6 passes and not news Now hopefully, the machine crashes every time you wake it from sleep, because at least that is easy to troubleshoot(Compared to "It sometimes bluescreens!" kind of intermitent issues) so if you

If an MEI driver, version 9 or 10, is not listed, download and install the appropriate driver from Intel. No activation, no key required, no hassles Runs good, so far. Figure : Windows Update The following options are available: Control Panel Home takes you back to the main Control Panel. Also try extending the time your computer sleeps to 1 HR.

RAJ JADHAV on October 21, 2007 at 11:14 am said: I am using Lenovo 3000 N100 (with 2GB Membory)with Windows Vista Business. ahh o well. Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. Apple's newest, best MacBook Pro still has only 16GB of RAM PSA: PayPal.com rejecting connections from Internet Explorer 10 and below!

Core 2 Quad, Q6600, 1Gb RAM (slow, will upgrade later) Will not take more than 4GB on MB but can live with that since am not upgrading to 64 bit OS I will post the problem in a new thread in your BSOD Crashes and Debugging section. In Control Panel, select Administrative Tools, and then open Services. Run for 36 hours Verifying Drivers: Enable or disable the Driver verifier in Windows 8 My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

We do not know what to do. but advises you to go to your manufacturer web site instead for driver support. When ever my computer monitor goes into sleep mode I can't wake it up?