Can someone help me isolate the issue, what do you need from me to know more about why it's crashing? Surely. Let me just try this. Thanks. 33 answers Last reply Oct 5, 2011 Best Answer Sep 23, 2011 More about computer crashes waking sleep nikorrSep 23, 2011, 8:37 AM Check your power setting for HDD, to his comment is here
I've definitely never manually changed any setting in Afterburner.I have my TV plugged into my video card as well, and it also remains black when I try to wake from sleep The power-management options for the network- and usb- devices are disabled, as recommended by Event Horizon. 2.) Device-Manager shows under computer: "ACPI-Multiprocessor-PC" 3.) System-Partition "H" exists since Win98 times, when I I searched my Windows directory and found tscomm.sys. That would stay till Log off or Restart only. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-performance/xp-freezing-after-standby/475d6888-39e9-410e-88b1-e96158e0818f
That would stay till Log off or Restart only. I wonder, why? No improvement. What does the line "So long and thanks for all the fish!" mean?
When asked to schedule the check at the next startup say Yes. nitriumSep 23, 2011, 10:38 AM I almost can't imagine that the monitor staying black after sleep would have anything to do with the HDD. The first thing to do is use Windows Update to make sure everything is up to date (just recently the latest "service pack", #3 was released). (Start » Programs @raquo; Windows It is brilliant!
This is a little tricky, but if you aren't sure what a program does, Google it. Another possible solution is a BIOS update, which you may be able to download from the site of whichever company made your system's BIOS. Is there any other info I can give you? touchdowntexas13Sep 23, 2011, 10:34 AM ya just the new video card drivers and uninstalling/reinstalling MSI afterburner.
Do a complete OS reinstallc. The properties on tscomm.sys identified it with TamoSoft. You can try going to Start/Run and typing SFC /scannow and pressing enter. Two good things happen here: 1) you can usually find a number of unnecessary programs that take time to load and use up memory unnecessarily, and 2) you're going to be
Just to confirm, the computer freezes as soon as you wake it up from sleep? I am moving from another ThinkPad (T43) with the same setup (but Win XP SP2, not SP3), which does not experience trouble. If changing the hard drive options have not made any difference then try enabling a screen saver (if you don't have one). In my case the UI becomes unresponsive, except for the mouse, a minute or so upon resuming; then a few seconds later the mouse stops responding too, and we are out
echobravo Attached Files TSF_XP_Support.zip (207.6 KB, 21 views) 08-26-2011, 03:08 PM #12 echobravo Registered Member Join Date: Jul 2010 Posts: 18 OS: XP SP2/3 @AlbertMC2 Hi, I would this content Hi, I ported my System (XP prof - SP3) from my old AMD-mainboard to a new Intel-board GH67 GD. nikorrSep 23, 2011, 10:39 AM Can u go to Look in the centre pane under "Summary or Administrive Events" for critical errors in the last hour, doubleclick for more info details. But now: I replaced my harddisk with a SSD, did a fresh install of W7 Ultimate 64.
http://i278.photobucket.com/albums/kk90/Bark4Soul/Infoforfreeze.png?t=1304876153 If u cant see it, it basically says: Event ID: 41 Source: Kernel-Power And then it lists the frequency of when it's happening. touchdowntexas13Sep 23, 2011, 11:40 AM just tried but it can't run while the drive is in use. As spunk.funk posted going from amd to intel chipset is bad business, you should have just went with a clean build and copied your files over. 08-24-2011, 06:51 AM
Just be careful you don't disable a task that Vista needs to operate. I updated all the Windows updates and drivers and had this problem of not being able to go into standby mode. The power-management options for the network- and usb- devices are disabled, as recommended by Event Horizon. 2.) Device-Manager shows under computer: "ACPI-Multiprocessor-PC" 3.) System-Partition "H" exists since Win98 times, when I The event logs can be found under Windows\System32\Config and are called AppEvent.Evt and SysEvent.Evt.
And than change it to touchdowntexas13Sep 23, 2011, 9:38 AM Your link didn't work for me. May 9, 2011 #14 Bark4Soul TS Member Topic Starter Posts: 74 I didn't see any error messages after the chdsk ran but it finished as I was out of the room I cloned the old system using Acronis Plus, which replaces, when cloning, the old drivers by the actual ones, which are needed for the new board. check over here I hope this helps others.
Cause it didn't used to do this when I first got it. In Device Manager what do you have listed under "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers"? 3. Click "Change Plan Settings" on the Balanced (recommended). 3. Look for these settings in the apps themselves, or for hardware, check their Device Manager entries (see below for more on Device Manager fixes).
Any help would be great! I really hope its not the latest video driver because that is supposed to fix some issues with the test versions of BF3. Or home theater setups....Vampire Transformer Power Supplies Many electronic devices use transformers to convert the power you get from the socket into lower voltage more like that of a battery. Download and run this application: BSOD_XP_v1.3_jcgriff2_PROD.exe.
touchdowntexas13Sep 23, 2011, 10:26 AM nikorr said: Make sure that u select >APPLY< first, thanOK, not only OK. Though it's specific to backup, the information applies to other tasks as well. As I learned a few weeks ago after installing my Smart Strip and measuring the result with my Kill-A-Watt, when the computer is on, it uses a lot of electricity. My set up is ASUS M3N78-VM onboard Nvidia geforce 8200 AMD tripple core Windows 7 64...
Mostly these were programs that kind of "warm up" programs so they seem to take less time to start when you want them to load.
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