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On my one just 2 ddr3 slots working, 2 doesnot, and ssd just died, on a box it is writen b3.
last bios verion,
The problem went away.
Sleep for some time worked, but now again is not working.
BIOS - now default setting loaded.
Last night i reinstalled my operating system,7x64 SP1,and also setted bios to his default values.I hoped this will solve the sleep issue....but still there,my pc won`t go to sleep....insomniac *******.
I think it's because of the double start.
When I've tried to resume from Sleep / Hibernation - system is for 1 second on (show 00 status), then few seconds off, then on again (show 26 status).
It is not problem for Hibernation however.
I've used "Recovery BIOS update" and have reinstalled Win 7 Pro 64b. The problem is occurring still.
Full config:MB: DP67BGB3 (bios 1900)CPU: i7 2600KRAM: 2x4Gb Samsung PC10600, 1333МГц, CL9 (M378B5273DH0-CH9)HDD: Western Digital "Caviar Blue WD10EALX" 1000Gb (installed into SATA 3Gb port)Optical drive BD-ROM LITE-ON "iHES108-29"Video: NVidia GTX580 referenceSound board: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer PCIPower supply: ATX12V VER.2.3 - COUGAR AR 620W
I installed SP1 for Windows and drivers for MB and LAN from supplied CD (date of setup.exe - 07 oct 2010).
Resuming from sleep worked fine!
I tested it some times.
Then I installed new drivers for chipset (ver.184.108.40.2065) and LAN (ver. 16.1), after I disabled wake up from LAN in the network driver.
After that resuming from sleep does not work again!
I have tried system restore, loaded BIOS default and etc without any success.
What should I do now?
I'm not sure what the optimum latency for that board is but the RAM is the first to suspect. This appears to affect power management on one of my systems (slower RAM but better latency). The power supply is next but anything could be the cause.
Some issues can be caused by keyboard, mouse and monitor. I have that HD on 1.5G? with a 3G cable.
I'm not sure what you are disabling in LAN wake since only magic packet is enabled by default in Win 7 on older boards (Vista included directed packet). Magic Packet is for media which can be of use. I've only looked at the Help for Win 7. Reduce power if disconnected is also enabled.
Some internet sites can disrupt power management and my wireless adapter was updated today.
I think this is software issue.
Resuming from sleep has worked some time.
Until I've changed settings/drivers.
The option what I changed is named like "wake up on magic packet".
Any modern system with generic setup should sleep and extras should not interfere with monitor sleep and hibernation. Add-in cards, high performance hardware, non-pwm CPU fans, older components and swapping of components will at least temporarily disrupt computer sleep. Most graphics cards seem to be compatible but TV-tuner or whatever may disrupt significantly but briefly. This may have to do with usage such as what web sites are visited or a failure to record. Whether software, drivers or power distribution are the problem, many tests must be attempted. The adaptive display in power management for Vista was discontinued most likely due to the wide variation in monitor power implementation but the useful prospects were never very good. If you can reproduce and isolate the problem you should certainly report it. LAN driver updates are normally infrequent.
It is very difficult to determine the cause of failure in my case.
I removed all components except Video, HDD, BD-ROM, Cooler (Zalman CNPS10X Performa, 4 pin).
Sleep worked perfect.
Then I inserted the sound card back.
I checked several times - sleep worked perfect.
After some work time (3-5 hour) I turned on sleep mode and after that computer did not resume from sleep....
Today I seem to have recovered from this situation myself after several days. Shut down and start seem to eventually fix the problem. The other issue that may occur is surging CPU fan (yesterday). I occasionally see this but I simply disconnect the mouse and keyboard or some combination (or restarts again solves). I believe TomsHardware did a review listing only a few pwm CPU fans (like yours). It did not mention 3 to 4 pin adapters that some have mentioned. They probably work at least if the voltage isn't reduced too much.
My conclusion at the moment is to try to avoid the "not responding" situation easily encounterd on network sites or user confusion during multitasking. Restart rather than "soft off" whenever possible. Pressing F5 can restore function normally. In some situations removal of the CMOS battery after recording BIOS settings may be needed.
I've done nothing with hardware and software after last failure of resuming from sleep .
Yesterday I put my computer to sleep and in the morning I was resumed it with success.
There is a fuzzy bug in the software/hardware.
I did the update to the new IDU for a DG45ID and it wouldn't open. That is a sure sign something was already wrong. I had to do a system restore to the last point where it was installed to remove it. I removed the CMOS battery briefly and the system is fine now. The real cause seems to be that for the first time I switched the audio output from optical to local speakers. This was done while on the internet.