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Windows 7: Win 7 64 - Intermittent - When Waking has no Video/Mouse, KB Control

24 Jul 2014   #1
tperk100

Win7 Ultimate 64 w/ Latest Updates
 
 
Win 7 64 - Intermittent - When Waking has no Video/Mouse, KB Control

This is a fresh install of Ultimate on a newly built Computer. Asus Z97, 16 Gig, Asus 240 Gig SSD, Seagate 2 TByte HD, Asus Ge Force GT-640 running 3 Samsung monitors. Win Experience Index of 7.1.

9 out of 10 times the system wakes up just fine. Every 10th time or so, the system seems to be waking up but not fully. The fans run, I get the windows log on chime, but there is no video and seemingly no Mouse/KB control. The must be something happening with the video because I do not get any monitor messages saying that there is no video input / searching for video / check cable etc. At this point the Re-Set / Re-Start Button on the computer does not respond. I have to power the system down and then back up using the Power button.

Would appreciate any suggestions on how to chase down this (INTERMITTENT) problem.


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24 Jul 2014   #2
MilesAhead

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

This sounds similar. Except it happens every time. He ended up replacing the Motherboard.

No video after going to sleep or shutting down the system [Solved] - New Build - Systems
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