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StandBy/Hibernate

12390

OSNN One Post Wonder
#1
I have XP and whenever i try to put my PC Into Stand By mode it succsesfuly does it, but wen i bring it back to normal it freezes. When it comes back there's a blue screen and it says KERNEL something something error..How do i fix this so my computer can go in and out of shutdown/hibernating without this happeneing?
 

j79zlr

Glaanies script monkey
Political User
#2
Not a solution, but I wouldn't use these features, they have never worked properly. Just set the Monitor and Hard Drives to turn off after a certain time.
 
#4
j79zlr said:
but I wouldn't use these features, they have never worked properly.
Standby and Hibernate both work flawlessly on my old desktop and my Dell notebook.

You just have to use hardware and drivers that support it (hence the WHQL).
 
#5
maybe they didn't install good when you were installing windows, reinstalling windows and select repair instead of install, so like that it would just replace all the files and leave eveyrthing else in tact, coz if you install it again it'll install a new registy and you're gonna have to install everything else again
 
#6
in order to make standby and hibernate to work you need three things
1) correct graphics drivers
2) correct sound drivers
3) enough disk space to store the ram context if you are hibernating
 

12390

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#7
Geffy said:
in order to make standby and hibernate to work you need three things
1) correct graphics drivers
2) correct sound drivers
3) enough disk space to store the ram context if you are hibernating
ooooh how do i know if i have all of the correct things?
 

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