Resume from standby

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  1. Nobuddy

    Nobuddy MDL Novice

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    #1 Nobuddy, Aug 4, 2009
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    Resume from Sleep mode (Standby)

    When I resume from standby (which I do often with media center) the computer starts up in about 2 seconds, but then it gets completely bogged down and the hard drive light doesn't seem to turn off. If I want to get back into media center it takes about 5 minutes. It is actually faster to reboot than to resume from standby.
    On occasion I will also just get a black screen and I will be able to move my mouse pointer around on there, but it just sits for a long while.
    Any pointers or resolutions to this would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
     
  2. PrEzi

    PrEzi MDL Addicted

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    I would start with the driver updates to the latest versions, especially quick resume tech from intel and all chipset related driver (possibly intel-too).
    Graphic card drivers are very important too.
     
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    avatar2046 MDL Novice

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    You cannot put a computer that has more than 4 GB of memory into hibernation in Windows XP, in Windows Server 2003, in Windows Vista, or in Windows Server 2008
     
  4. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    Have you ever try Hibernate?
    Go to: Control Panel ->Power Option

    On Desktop check Power Saver -<Change plan settings ->Change advanced power settings.

    Click the + sign at Sleep ->Sleep after and set to: never ->Hibernate after and set to the time you like.

    Click Apply.

    That maybe solves your problem as it solved mine.

    Good Luck
     
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  5. Nobuddy

    Nobuddy MDL Novice

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    Sleep Mode

    Avatar: I am referring to sleep mode. I have had no problems going into sleep mode in Vista. This is new to Windows 7. I'm not sure what it is doing; the HDD acts busy but in task manager shows system idle process has most CPU. I just don't get it.
    I have updated my BIOS, video driver, and changed all settings possible.

    Pisthai: I haven't tried hibernate. It seems like too deep a "sleep" to be using for a computer that is going in and out all the time to record shows and such in media center. I may have to try it anyway... if it is faster than sleep I guess I don't see why not to use it. We'll see. Hoping for a solution to the sleep problem.
     
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  7. Nobuddy

    Nobuddy MDL Novice

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    Do those drivers and chipset files work for all computers? Wouldn't they be downloadable from intel as well?
     
  8. PrEzi

    PrEzi MDL Addicted

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    #8 PrEzi, Aug 4, 2009
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    These work for the following chipsets :

    Intel Matrix :
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     Intel Intel(R) 82801FBM SATA AHCI Controller (ICH6M), Intel(R) 82801GR/GH SATA AHCI Controller,ICH7R/ICH7DH) Intel(R) 82801GBM SATA AHCI Controller (ICH7M) Intel(R) 631xESB/632xESB SATA AHCI (ESB2)
    
    Intel(R) 82801HR/HH/HO SATA AHCI Controller (ICH8R) Intel(R) 82801HEM/HBM SATA AHCI Controller (ICH8ME/ICH8M)
    
    Intel(R) ICH9 SATA AHCI Controller (ICH9) Intel(R) 82801FR SATA RAID Controller (ICH6R) Intel(R) 82801GR/GH SATA RAID Controller (ICH7R/ICH7DH) Intel(R) 631xESB/632xESB SATA RAID Contr. (ESB2) Intel(R) 82801GHM SATA RAID Controller (ICH7MR) Intel(R) 82801HR/HH/HO SATA RAID Contr. (ICH8R)
    Intel Turbo Memory driver (Robson Technology Driver) :
    Code:
    Intel(R) 965/P35/X38/X48/X58 Express Chipset (with integrated turbo memory module)
    Intel® ViivTM Software Platform & Intel® Quick Resume Technology
    Code:
    Intel(R) 945G/945P/945GZ/946GZ/955/975X/945G/945GM/G965/P965/G33/P35 Express Chipset
    Intel Chipset drivers :
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    tel® 810 Chipset 
    Intel® 810E Chipset 
    Intel® 810E2 Chipset 
    Intel® 815 Chipset 
    Intel® 815E Chipset 
    Intel® 815EM Chipset 
    Intel® 815EP Chipset 
    Intel® 815P Chipset 
    Intel® 815G Chipset 
    Intel® 815EG Chipset 
    Intel® 820 Chipset 
    Intel® 820E Chipset 
    Intel® 830M Chipset 
    Intel® 830MG Chipset 
    Intel® 830MP Chipset 
    Intel® 840 Chipset 
    Intel® 845 Chipset
    Intel® 845E Chipset
    Intel® 845G Chipset 
    Intel® 845GE Chipset 
    Intel® 845GL Chipset Intel® 845GV Chipset 
    Intel® 845MZ Chipset 
    Intel® 845PE Chipset 
    Intel® 848P Chipset 
    Intel® 850 Chipset 
    Intel® 850E Chipset 
    Intel® 860 Chipset 
    Intel® E7205 Chipset 
    Intel® E7210 Chipset 
    Intel® E7500 Chipset 
    Intel® E7501 Chipset 
    Intel® E7505 Chipset 
    Intel® 852GM Chipset
    Intel® 852GME Chipset
    Intel® 852GMV Chipset 
    Intel® 852PM Chipset 
    Intel® 865G Chipset
    Intel® 865PE Chipset 
    Intel® 865P Chipset 
    Intel® 865GV Chipset 
    Intel® 875P Chipset Intel® 915GM/PM/GMS/910GML 
    Intel® E7520 
    Intel® E7220/E7221 
    Intel® i94x/95x Serie 
    Intel® 915GL Express Chipset 
    Intel® 915PL Express Chipset 
    Intel® 975X Express Chipset 
    Intel® 5000 Series Chipset 
    Intel® 3000/3010 Chipset 
    Intel® 3000/3010/3100 Chipset 
    Intel® Q963 Chipset 
    Intel® Q965 Chipset 
    Intel® P965 Chipset 
    Intel® G965 Chipset 
    Intel® 946GZ Chipset 
    Intel® 946PL Chipset 
    Intel® 946GL Chipset 
    Intel® GM965 Chipset 
    Intel® PM965 Chipset 
    Intel® GL960 Chipset
    Intel® Q33/Q35/G33/G31
    Intel® P35/X38/48/58
    
    They would be on intel site, but I guarantee some of them are newer from the links I've provided.
     
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  9. Nobuddy

    Nobuddy MDL Novice

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    Thanks I'll have to try those. But for now it is actually coming out of hibernate very well. If only my MCE remote would pull it out of hibernate I'd be set.

    So I'll stick with hibernate over standby for now. Thanks again.