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Windows 7: Cpu turn on issue


18 Jun 2011   #1

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Cpu turn on issue

Hello guys ,

Yesterday I open my PC operations during I sleep,and the power option I changed into power saver mode since the PC only AFK,doesn't need any speed.

And today,I shut down PC for an hour then I turn on.The problem I having is,when I pressed the CPU power button,it got lighted.But the monitor was black screen,so I decided to turn off the power button then turn it on again.I successful turn on the CPU,the problem I wanna asking is,what is the cause of this problem,I need to press power button for twice times to turn on my CPU.

Is that cause by the power option's power saver mode or RAM etc,this issue happening twice times.The day before yesterday happening too.

Additional detail:The duration of my PC operating when I sleeping is 11hours(I think)


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18 Jun 2011   #2

 
 

So you are having an issue with monitor not turning back on after changing the power options when resuming from sleep mode?

Since it works after a hard shut down (not sleep) this is usually an issue with the GPU (graphics card) drivers.
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18 Jun 2011   #3

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by smarteyeball View Post
So you are having an issue with monitor not turning back on after changing the power options when resuming from sleep mode?

Since it works after a hard shut down (not sleep) this is usually an issue with the GPU (graphics card) drivers.
Nope,I dun think is monitor issue,if it's monitor issue,I turned off CPU power button then re-turn on back without use shut down,the CPU will consider as can't shut down correctly and jump up a message ask for safe mode and normal operating.

And I didn't resuming from sleep mode,because if I used sleep mode,my CPU can't receive any download source from network.

The power option I used is power saver,the option I set is turn off display on 1mins,never put the computer to sleep (Use for downloading while I sleep)

I wondering if it's cause by power saver mode because it save energy,or my PC didn't suit to operating for a long period ?If you guys need any information/screen-shot,I'll provide it
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19 Jun 2011   #4

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkSlay3r View Post

Nope,I dun think is monitor issue,if it's monitor issue,I turned off CPU power button then re-turn on back without use shut down,the CPU will consider as can't shut down correctly and jump up a message ask for safe mode and normal operating.
In the Power Saving scheme, the default action when the Power button is pressed is to 'Shut Down' - so it's actually shutting down normally which is why you aren't receiving any messages.


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The power option I used is power saver,the option I set is turn off display on 1mins,never put the computer to sleep (Use for downloading while I sleep)
So the issue is that your display doesn't turn on after being set to turn off after a minute?


Is this a desktop or laptop?


Change back to your previous power plan, but adjust the screen to turn off after a minute to see if you can replicate the issue. If that works normally, then it's another one of the options (maybe the HDD being disabled or System Cooling Policy being set to passive)
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19 Jun 2011   #5

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LoL,you misunderstood my point.

The issue is,after I leave my PC running during I away.(AFK,11hours) For downloading source from network.
Then I shut down my PC after the files downloaded.After an hour of shut down PC,I re-open my PC by press the CPU power button,and I need to press it twice times for operating.

The first time I pressed,the monitor light was blinking,so I turn off CPU power button.Then I press for second time power button of CPU only response.

What is the cause of I need to press for twice times power button to starting window,the first time I pressed was no any response from CPU,so the monitor only have a blinking light.
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19 Jun 2011   #6

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkSlay3r View Post
LoL,you misunderstood my point.

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I think I did (I take English is not your first language?)

If this behaviour only started after changing power plans, I still suggest going back to your original plan to test to see if this still occurs.

There is nothing in the power saving scheme that should require the PC to be turned on 'twice' after the computer has been shut down properly.
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19 Jun 2011   #7

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I think I did (I take English is not your first language?)I‘m not mean to flame or something,if you think so,then I should say sorry for it.Just wanna let you understand my problem more detail.

If this behaviour only started after changing power plans, I still suggest going back to your original plan to test to see if this still occurs.

There is nothing in the power saving scheme that should require the PC to be turned on 'twice' after the computer has been shut down properly.I try it tonight,open the PC running during sleep
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19 Jun 2011   #8

Window 7 Starter x32
 
 

I think I did (I take English is not your first language?)I'm not mean to flame or something bad.If you think so,sorry for it.

If this behaviour only started after changing power plans, I still suggest going back to your original plan to test to see if this still occurs.

There is nothing in the power saving scheme that should require the PC to be turned on 'twice' after the computer has been shut down properly.I try it tonight running PC during away as I did.

Sorry for spammed double reply,I thought it stopped responsible
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19 Jun 2011   #9

 
 

Don't get me wrong, I wasn't flaming you for English not being your first language - I was just clarifying because I had a little trouble understanding your issue

If everything works normally after going back to your original power plan, then we can narrow down which setting in the Power Saving scheme is causing the issue.

If the problem still exists even after going back to your original power scheme, then it's time to look at other issues.
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