Originally Posted by kesawi
I see you're running an SSD, and not resuming from sleep is a common problem with these types of drives. I haven't been able to find a direct fix but have used MCE Standby Tool
on my HTPC which fixed the problem. It will automatically adjust all of the power management settings in widows based on how you want the pc to behave.
Hybrid sleep is essentially hibernation. When the PC sleeps in hybrid mode it maintains the current state to RAM and also writes to a hibernation file. This ensures that if the power is disconnected it can resume the current state from the hibernation file instead of RAM.
Thanks, I'll look in to that program.
Originally Posted by DaClownie
This. From pressing the power button to fully loaded Windows 7 desktop is less than 20 seconds.
I understand this, its not necessarily about the time it takes, its the fact that it just does not work and it did on my old rig, with the same SSD.
Originally Posted by Matt-Matt
If you're running an SSD why not just shutdown?
Well, because I like using sleep, and i paid for this more for this mobo so i expect it to work as intended
Originally Posted by Sin0822
try a new BIOS: http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios-11.html#post274647
There are two F8 BIOSes try the later one, or try one of the F9 BETAs. Hey man when you do this try them on your backup BIOS. Turn the PC off and flick the dual BIOS switch, boot up into that BIOS, and flash to the new BIOS you want to try, however PLEASE FLASH WITH A USB STICK. Put the BIOS ROM on a USB stick formatted in FAT32.
What F9 betas work well for you guys?
I will try one of the beta BIOSes later, and why on the back up BIOS? isnt that a back up for when something goes terribly wrong?
Originally Posted by 2therock
Go into control panel and power options and under the plan you have selected chose "Change advanced power settings".
Expand the "Sleep" category and look at the "Hibernate after" item and make sure it is set to never
. Hibernation is for laptops in my book.
The "Allow hybrid sleep" is OK set to yes.
Go into device manager and have a look at your mouse and your keyboard's properties.
In each one you may have more than one in the list even though you only have one mouse and k-board connected.
Regardless, do a properties on them all and if they have a "Power Management" tab, select it and see if the "Allow this device to wake the computer" is selected. If not select it.
Do them all and restart.
Go back and see if they held their settings.
If they did, put her to sleep and move the mouse or tap the space bar.
Good Luck To Ya.
I have hibernation disabled... and they were all set to Allow this device to wake the computer. so that didn't work but thanks.
Originally Posted by Matt-Matt
The mouse lagging in bios is normal.. It uses a generic driver and I assume this is why.
As for the PC not waking up from sleep... Well I don't know.
Thanks, its annoying considering my friends mouse works as normal on his cheaper Asrock extreme4 mobo, and it does not have any sleep problems.