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Has the sleepstate been fixed on these boards yet? My display doesn't turn back on after going into sleep.

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Originally Posted by Eskimo Bob View Post
Has the sleepstate been fixed on these boards yet? My display doesn't turn back on after going into sleep.

P8P67 Pro B3, 1305 BIOS, win7 pro,
Have you tried the latest 1502 bios?

I always disable sleep/Hibernate, as I always find them buggy with self built computers.
    
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Just checking in to reiterate this bug.

Was going from my 4.8 to 5.4 profile to do some memory b marks.

The first pic is my 5.4 profile, offset was saved at +.190v, second pic is the reloading of my 4.8 profile, saved at +.070v


Attachment 210224

Attachment 210225

EDIT> I just tried to manually set those same offsets, you can't even do it manually.


Edited by grunion - 5/12/11 at 4:52pm
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Originally Posted by Eskimo Bob View Post
Has the sleepstate been fixed on these boards yet? My display doesn't turn back on after going into sleep.

P8P67 Pro B3, 1305 BIOS, win7 pro,
no, intel has not yet released new microcode to use PLL and sleep at the same time.

Sleep works fine if you dont use PLL.

If you are not using PLL, and sleep still doesnt work, your memory timings are probobly off as the XMP profile for X58, and P55 are not compatable with sandybridge unless you have very good memory with lots of overclock headroom.
post #1875 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by grunion View Post
Just checking in to reiterate this bug.

Was going from my 4.8 to 5.4 profile to do some memory b marks.

The first pic is my 5.4 profile, offset was saved at +.190v, second pic is the reloading of my 4.8 profile, saved at +.070v


Attachment 210224

Attachment 210225

EDIT> I just tried to manually set those same offsets, you can't even do it manually.
its a known bug..u need to check your offsets everytime you change your profiles...
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its a known bug..u need to check your offsets everytime you change your profiles...
For being a known bug, and quite frankly probably the most serious bug out there.
Asus sure are taking their sweet time fixing it.
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they supposedly are aware of how serious it is and working on it...
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hey guys....if I put my computer to sleep I have noticed that when I come back it has restarted itself and windows tells me it had the BSOD. I set the motherboard back to all defualts. Anyone else having this problem? It has happend at least 20-30 times to me so far. I also notice the samething if i leave it on overnight. Not sure if it tried to go to sleep on its own or what, but keep getting the BSOD consistently. The strange thing is that it goes to sleep fine.....at some point while its asleep it craps out. Any ideas? It's hasn't crapped out on me while I am using it.
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post #1879 of 3000
happens with me periodically as well...

BSOD is 124..

so far it think it has to do with the number of times youve been asleep since the last reboot...

im still gathering data...
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happens with me periodically as well...

BSOD is 124..

so far it think it has to do with the number of times youve been asleep since the last reboot...

im still gathering data...
x124 is a "General Hardware Complaint". It usually means your vcore is too low for your overclock with Sandy Bridge. There's a plethora of sleep/hibernate threads/posts. I swear I saw a fix for it somewhere, but I've had too much Captain Morgan's to be able to do a good search for it.
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