Sleep Mode Still Freeze up, Win 7 RTM

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  1. Posts : 6
    win 7
       #31

    darkassain said:
    cool so it wasnt just my computer and somebody has experienced this issue and we came to the same conclusion..:)
    it also seems like this is a definite solution until MS (or they might not even do anything, just issue a kb and be done with it...) says something about the issue
    yep looks like history will repeat itself once again
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  2. Posts : 6
    win 7
       #32

    D@mnit!

    After a long nights sleep, I clicked on the mouse and BAM froze.

    I still feel this is a USB issue as it occured with a mouse click. . . ideas?
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  3. Posts : 4
    Windows 7 Ultimate 7600 RTM x64
       #33

    Heh, thanks for the responses guys. Yeah this is pretty annoying. The reason I would like to use sleep (or even hibernate... they both screw up) is because it'll allow me to save on power usage.

    Sure I could shut it down, but it's sorta lame to have to reopen everything I was using. It's just a really badass feature if I could just get it to work...
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  4. Posts : 2
    RTM 32
       #34

    I am happy to know that I am not alone with this bug... same problem without any solution...
    ck32
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  5. Posts : 6,885
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
       #35

    ck32 said:
    I am happy to know that I am not alone with this bug... same problem without any solution...
    ck32
    Have you tried this solution?

    danielterr said:
    Control Panel>Hardware and Sound>Power Options click change plan settings > Change advanced power settings

    USB > USB Selective suspend set to disabled for all 3 power options (performance, balanced, power saver)



    I just put it through another test and still kicking. . . . fairly excited
    ~Lordbob
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  6. Posts : 2
    RTM 32
       #36

    No more freez


    Yes I have tried different solution without any succes till yesterday evening...

    Ithink I have solved this BSOD with an update of my Gigabyte MB Bios.

    Since I bought my computer I havn't did any BIOS update (since september 2008). I made an update and since yesterday no problem, seven wakes up normaly after a sleep or even hibernation.
    Good luck
    ck
    Last edited by ck32; 29 Aug 2009 at 04:30.
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  7. Posts : 6,885
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
       #37

    ck32 said:
    Yes I have tried different solution without any succes till yesterday evening...

    Ithink I have solved this BSOD with an update of my Gigabyte MB Bios.

    Since I bought my computer I havn't did any BIOS update (since september 2008). I made an update and since yesterday no problem, seven wakes up normaly after a sleep or even hibernation.
    Good luck
    ck
    Sounds good. Glad it works.
    I did a BIOS update a few weeks ago, so I know mine is the latest and not causing the problem. Mine works now though, so its all good.

    ~Lordbob
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  8. Posts : 2
    Windows 7
       #38

    I fixed my sleep problem with 7... turns out it was my power supply. Each time I would put the computer to sleep, then try to wake it up, you would hear the fans power up but that's it. The only way to turn the computer off was holding in the power button or hitting the on/off switch in the back. Well, one of those times the computer went off then didn't come back on at all! I left the thing unplugged all night, then plugged it in once morning came. It turned on, but once I did a few things to see if sleep was resolved, it went back to not turning on at all. I had a power supply I wasn't using currently (600 watt), so I put it in. Powered up with no problems, and it now goes to sleep and wakes up with zero problems. I'm not sure that the power supply is everyone's issue, but it was mine! At the very least, this may give someone something else to consider. :)
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  9. Posts : 22
    Windows 7
       #39

    hi guys
    i had the same problem and someone helped me out to sort it
    you just have to update your display driver from the manufacturer site
    mine was intel and i downloaded the latest update and installed, and it all good now it doesn't freeze anymore or give me a blank screen, hope that helps
    worked for me , please reply if it works or not .
    ty
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  10. Posts : 6,885
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
       #40

    Interesting..... I turned Hybrid sleep off, and hibernate works. Not sleep.

    Turned it back on, it failed. Hmmm.....
    My advice is to try hibernate without sleep and see if it works.

    ~Lordbob

    EDIT: AHA! I turned Hybrid sleep back off, and both hibernate AND sleep work! I think I will now go write a tutorial on this....
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