I have an issue with the sleep function. The computer does not awake from sleep. When I try to do it, it behaves as if it was waking, but it never ends and there is only a black screen; the mouse and keyboard are inoperative. The only thing possible to do is a hard reboot. When it boots, it shows a notice with a minute report (in the zip file) usually saying there was a blue screen, but I NEVER see any blue screen at all.
I know the power configuration is OK because I have always used the same scheme. A powercfg –energy
report shows several errors and warnings. They refer to USB and PCI (vendor 1002=ATI motherboard), but I don’t know how to repair them.
I downloaded the drivers
downloader from Rrecipester.org and downloaded and installed the drivers. They are all Broadcom Corporation signed, the brand of my USB Bluetoth attachment. I rebooted after installing, as recommended. Run powercfg –energy
again and got the same report issues (in the zip file). I don’t think the processor utilization warnings to be very important because they are low and sporadic picks. It has been like this for some time now, so I don’t have a restore point. Can someone help and tell me what I can do so solve this issue, please?
Files uploaded in the attached zip:
. Windows warning after reboot
. Windows dump and xml files (2 = 1 each)
. Powercfg -energy report I wanted to correct the thread title, but was unable to do it. Maybe someone else can do it.