|02 Mar 2012||#1|
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Memory remapping enabled causes reboot when waking from sleep
like the title say when i try to wake my PC from a sleep state instead of going back to windows 7 it simply reboots immediately.
turning off the setting will allow sleep to work correctly but it will cost me 1G of my 4G of RAM.
this doesn't seem to be a unique issue since some other forums have similar threads but nothing i have found will give me an answer as to what i can do to fix this (if anything can be done).
my motherboard is an ASUS A8R32-MVP deluxe with latest BIOS and i have 4x1G Dual Channel DDR400 (all same sticks). currently no other issues present (for now).
thanks in advance for feedback.
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