Now sleep mode is definitely fine, but computer can never hibernate of course. Report jess757- Dec 3, 2009 at 12:38 PM which recent vista updates did you delete? The only good news is, this bug only recently made its way into Vista, so that may just mean it won't be too hard to squash. I?ve bought my HP Pavilion notebook 7-8 months ago and it?s been pain since then. Check This Out
Based on the screenshot they published, the latter one looks familiar to me. You must restart to fix it. Take a look at the link below for details on how to use it.http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/63567-powercfg-sleep-problems.html?ltr=PHope this helps,Shawn Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thanks for that weblink by davmcn / We can but hope.
button.This behavior is repeatable; the first invocation of Sleep causes the screen to go off and on, and things work normally. Another coumputer connected to same broadband has no download problem using WinXP SP2.Any support?0 Reply Belal 9 years agoWhen i installed windows service pack 1, i lost all the vista themes, GTA 4 on windows vista home basic 32bit??Hi, Im after buying my first Laptop and was wondering if I could play GTA4 on it????????
Gotta love the crazy damfrs. How do I remove admin restrictions from Windows 7 laptops? Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Personally, I try to balance my power bill with what is going on.
Myardor on February 8, 2008 at 11:46 am said: Bought a brand new Gateway GT5630E, Upgraded to 4 Gigs of RAM Nothing else done. Since none of the recovery, repair, restore, or safe mode options ever worked, my only option was to restore to the factory image. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: problem with sleep mode This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. On the 31/05/08 windows did the normal windows update and installed Vista SP1.
Imagine if every single car that a major manufacturer made had a problem where it wouldn't start if it was turned off while the lights were on or something similar. Otherwise she has to hard boot it EVERY TIME…and even then it's not a perfect recovery - with incessant messages about the machine "Not being shut down properly"…yeah…we KNOW it wasn't But, we'll have to wait long to have everything 64 bit.0 Reply Michael Pietroforte 9 years agoArnav, 32-bit device drivers do not work under Vista x64. Windows Vista is a waste of money in my opinion.
Help!!0 Reply PaulBek 9 years agoAhh...you just have to love Microsoft. from a large retail chain) & it still BSOD's! Evidently I have done something to my machine that has buggered the sleep function. Its not an internet problem bc regular videos on my laptop wont play either.
I also didn't know that I was required to make my own recovery discs... his comment is here Register now Not a member yet? I have updated the Graphic card drivers, but i really find everything to be really slow, I have same specs as my husbands comp, yet he continues to run XP, to Soon I got a pop from MS that I should verify that its genuine.
When i wanted to upgeade, the computer would crash after the second reboot duing instaliation. "it was configuring the desktops resalution and would crash. Network & Sharing Character problems in Vista Home Basic 32bitHi there, I live in Japan, and I bought my laptop here. I turn it off and then on..it boots up but I can't run control panel, can't run personalize to change settings on screen saver, wallpaper,etc Can't run any games from the this contact form and to restore of an image.0 Reply Sriram 9 years agoI have Vist Home Perimium, My windows Media player got crashed, and it now working now, i thought SP1 will fix,
Hybrid sleep saves the OS state into RAM, but it also writes it all to the hard drive as well (sort of like hibernate does). Hello Up "F"-ing Grade to a NEW operating system. must be an update issue.
I had the same problem with mine and it ended up being a bad stick of ram. I heard something about a DX upgrade? but for me, problems still exist and annoyed me so i uninstalled it. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Windows Vista sleep mode problem by Peter Karugu / May 2, 2008 12:40 AM PDT In reply to: try this This did not
Image is all scrambled, but sound is ok. Check if a hotfix is available or make sure you have the most recent service pack for the operating system. The Windows Mobile Device Center issue ^There are reports that Vista x64 SP1 has been released accidentally to Windows Update. http://brainybooks.net/vista-home/vista-home-premium-32bit-problem.html sgursel on September 17, 2007 at 10:43 pm said: Well, if your vista does not wake up from sleep mode, make sure that your jumpers are set correctly.
Please provide a Corporate E-mail Address. I think in Germany anydvd is forbidden.Vince, that sounds like a device driver problem. no bugs.Running Vista Ultimate 64 bit.0 Reply GP 9 years agoI installed SP1 and "gpedit.msc" is still there!0 Reply Christoph 9 years agoI installed SP1 and gpedit.msc from the 2K03 Admin Then the auto update downloaded SP1 again.
I cant even get youtube to work and I have high speed internet.