Originally Posted by bloby
With "Deep Sleep enabled" the boot takes more time.
I do not see the logo of my motherboard, and I can not go into the bios.
I do not have a problem going into BIOS with deep sleep enabled. However, there is a different behaviour at startup between these 2 modes, yes.
With deep sleep off, I start the computer, and screen remains off until there is a signal from the GPU, then normal POST and boot follows.
With deep sleep on, the screen turns itself on immediately as I press the PC power button, but then it goes to sleep again. But before it manages to turn completely off again (there is that ~20 second shutdown timer, you know), the computer gets to the POST and screen starts displaying properly. Even going into BIOS is not a problem.
So are you saying, that your computer does not start at all with deep sleep on? Or you can boot into OS, but cannot go into BIOS? The keypress for entering the BIOS is not at all dependent on whether the monitor is on or off, it simply does what it does everytime, so if you press the right key at the right time, you will enter the BIOS. Then it is up to the monitor to display the output. However, it is possible that the monitor start displaying image only after entering the OS itself. Is that the case?Edited by Teflon490 - 4/11/17 at 11:34am