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After sleep, computer cannot wakeup


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rocksoccer

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Hi,
I upgrade my computer from Windows 7 to Windows 8. The sleep becomes broken, which has been working perfectly in Win7.

By broken, I mean when I make the computer into sleep, it sleeps fine. But when I wake it up, there is no reaction from either keyboard, mouse, or the power button.
So I have to hold the power button for a few seconds to turn the computer off, and then restart it. Most of those restarts, I will get the following error. Then I have to go through the win8 trouble shooting to make the computer work again.

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My motherboard is Gigabyte H55m-usb3, BIOS version is F11. Graphic card is Onda nVidia GTX460.
Attachment is a more detailed hardware list.

Does anybody have similar problems? Any solutions?

Thanks in advance.

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Your motherboard isn't 100% Windows 8 compatible. I would try to start to disable "GIGABYTE SATA2" to start with and make sure you have your harddisks (ODD and SSD too if you have them) are connected to SATA2_0, SATA2_1, SATA2_2, SATA2_3 or SATA2_4.

Do you have any other add-on cards plugged in? I don't see the hardware list...

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I have updated the post to include the hardware list. It seems the attachment does not support txt file.

Basically, I have a 128SSD and 1TB harddisk, both are connected to the native SATA port on the motherboard. The GIGABYTE SATA2 ports are not used.

I will try switching that off during the weekend, and update the result.

Edited by rocksoccer, 25 April 2013 - 04:21 PM.


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Thats a long text. :wacko:

Did you install the chipset drivers that are found here?




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