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Asus P8Z77-I DELUXE Sleep issues

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I am running windows 7 on my new ITX build and I am having a very strange issue with sleep.

System goes to sleep, either on its own or when its manually selected, it then boots up but then shuts down instantly 3 times then it stays on. It then takes about 2 minutes before it posts then says windows did not shutdown successfully. When the PC is in sleep mode, there are no front panel LEDs lit, its almost like its in hibernation.

I am really stumped as to what is causing this. Boots absolutely fine from cold.

I have also ran a USB version of Ubuntu to rule out a Windows Driver issue and low and behold, the issue is still present. So this happens in Windows & Linux.

I have updated to the latest BIOS, which has made no difference. I have tinkered some of the power settings but again, no dice.

I am worried that this is a power issue from my New Corsair HX650W PSU.

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i5-3570k (Not overclocked)
Asus P8Z77-I DELUXE
Corsair Vengenance low profile 8GB
ATI 6870
Corsair HX650W
Samsung 830 128Gb boot drive
Samsung F3 HDD 1TB
Corsair H100

I am also running the latest BIOS.
post #2 of 7
Lots of problems always come from sleep mode in my experience my self I dont use it. A no thats a great psu i doubt its the issue.
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Apologies for the necro. Happy, did you ever find any resolve to this? My new build isn't sleeping OR shutting down properly.

Sleep: Computer will 'sleep', blinking power LED and all. Fans still running. Will not wake with keyboard, mouse, or power button. Keyboard will light up after pressing a key, but will not wake.

Shut down: OS will shut down, monitors will go to sleep, keyboard/mouse will lose power, but LED and fans stay on.

I've installed all of the latest drivers and have the latest BIOS. I've disabled internal PLL overvoltage to no avail.

Thanks.
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I am having the same issue with Windows 8.1 - namely "Shut down: OS will shut down, monitors will go to sleep, keyboard/mouse will lose power, but LED and fans stay on" . I have the latest BIOS and drivers. I have done a restore/refresh. The really weird thing is I can do a restart Okay - OS Shuts down, monitor goes to sleep, the keyboard and mouse lose power and the fans shut down which is followed by a successful reboot. I am desperate I was going to go back to Windows 7 but it appears to have the same issue which leaves the motherboard as the likely cause of the problem!

HELP!!!
post #5 of 7
Which LED stays on?

How are your fans connected inside your PC? Only to motherboard fan headers? Try unplugging one fan, then the other and see if the issue is still there.

How is your PC connected to your monitor? I've seen issues before when using not-compliant cables that some 12V power is still active. Try disconnecting monitor cable briefly and check if fan still spins.

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post #6 of 7
I vote power supply. I've built a few dozen computers for myself and every problem has been power supply.
post #7 of 7
Bugger, I forgot I had made a post here. My issue was caused from a slightly loose USB 3.0 header connection. It had come slightly out when putting the side panel back on my Bitfenix Prodigy case.
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