Hibernate 'OK' Standby 'Crashes'


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Graham

Hibernate 'OK' Standby 'Crashes''

If I select 'standby' the pc closes down and powers off ,
but on wake up ,it starts to boot , but there is -no-
video and the system hangs at that point

But if I select Hibernate , then the system takes much longer
to shut down, powers off , and on wake-up re-boots normally
and continues working

Q Is there some bios function that needs to be set for
'standby' ? a there is no video, I assume this is a mother
board problem / bios problem ?

EX58-UDP Gigabyte mboard bios F14p 28/01/2011

Tnx - G..
 
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BillW50

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Graham said:
Hibernate 'OK' Standby 'Crashes''

If I select 'standby' the pc closes down and powers off ,
but on wake up ,it starts to boot , but there is -no-
video and the system hangs at that point

But if I select Hibernate , then the system takes much longer
to shut down, powers off , and on wake-up re-boots normally
and continues working

Q Is there some bios function that needs to be set for
'standby' ? a there is no video, I assume this is a mother
board problem / bios problem ?

EX58-UDP Gigabyte mboard bios F14p 28/01/2011

Tnx - G..

This is usually a video driver issue. Sometimes caused by the latest and
greatest video driver version. Sometimes from an older version. I would
install newer and then try older versions and try this.

It could be an older BIOS too. But I wouldn't hold your breath on that
one. As that probably isn't it.

There are other drivers too besides the video driver that could cause
this. Although the video driver is the first one to check out.
 

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