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USB Suspend:USB Device not Entering Suspend

Q: USB Suspend:USB Device not Entering Suspend

how I can fix this problem

my log is:

USB Suspend:USB Device not Entering Suspend

The USB device did not enter the Suspend state. Processor power management may be prevented if a USB device does not enter the Suspend state when not in use.

Device Name
USB Input Device

Host Controller ID

Host Controller Location
PCI bus 0, device 29, function 0

Device ID

Port Path

USB Suspend:USB Device not Entering Suspend

The USB device did not enter the Suspend state. Processor power management may be prevented if a USB device does not enter the Suspend state when not in use.

Device Name
USB Root Hub

Host Controller ID

Host Controller Location
PCI bus 0, device 29, function 0

Device ID

Port Path

USB Suspend:USB Device not Entering Suspend

The USB device did not enter the Suspend state. Processor power management may be prevented if a USB device does not enter the Suspend state when not in use.

Device Name
Generic USB Hub

Host Controller ID

Host Controller Location
PCI bus 0, device 29, function 0

Device ID

Port Path

CPU Utilization:Processor utilization is high

The average processor utilization during the trace was high. The system will consume less power when the average processor utilization is very low. Review processor utilization for individual processes to determine which applications and services contribute
the most to total processor utilization.

Average Utilization (%)

Platform Power Management Capabilities:PCI Express Active-State Power Management (ASPM) Disabled

PCI Express Active-State Power Management (ASPM) has been disabled due to a known incompatibility with the hardware in this computer.

Please help me as soon as possible

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I have an issue where the USB devices wont suspend.

When I was beta testing Windows 7 usb suspending worked fine. I would notice the light on my usb microphone would go out and then come back on when I went to use it.

Now with the Final version of Windows 7 I can't get the USB device to suspend. I have made sure it is enable in the control panel. I then ran an energy report and got this.

USB Suspend:USB Device not Entering Suspend
The USB device did not enter the Suspend state. Processor power management may be prevented if a USB device does not enter the Suspend state when not in use.
Device Name USB Composite Device Host Controller ID PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4396 Host Controller Location PCI bus 0, device 18, function 2 Device ID USB\VID_05AC&PID_0220 Port Path 4,2

USB Suspend:USB Device not Entering Suspend
The USB device did not enter the Suspend state. Processor power management may be prevented if a USB device does not enter the Suspend state when not in use.
Device Name USB Root Hub Host Controller ID PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4396 Host Controller Location PCI bus 0, device 18, function 2 Device ID USB\VID_1002&PID_4396 Port Path

USB Suspend:USB Device not Entering Suspend
The USB device did not enter the Suspend state. Processor power management may be prevented if a USB device does not enter the Suspend state when not in use.
Device Name USB Root H... Read more

A:USB Device not Entering Suspend

I have the same issue. I was trying to search the forums today, as well as on the internet in general and I can't find a solution.

In the device manager, if I go to USB controllers, I have a lot of entries. Some of them are called USB Hub and there I have the option "Allow the computer to turn off this device ... " on. But, when I go to the actual USB devices I have, sucha s the keyboard and mouse, then this option is grayed out and not available. Moreover, for the Card reader device - I have a TEAC USB multiple card reader (this is a Dell machine), the power management tab is not available altogether.

So, the question is, do I have to search for newer drivers for these devices, such as install the Logitech software for the mouse and the keyboard? I have refused to do so since Logitech would install a bunch of programs and services that I never use really. This leaves me without the gaming options on my G11 keyboard, but I am fine with that.

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I had to reformat my hard drive back to Windows 7 after Windows 10 didn't work a month ago and recently had a BSOD and minidump. That led me to realize I have a problem with a device or devices.

I ran a power efficiency diagnostics report, and it indicates I have several USB Suspend errors - not entering suspend. I have a USB mouse and keyboard. I took the check mark off "allow this device to wake the computer" for both of them (Properties/power management).

I have a Toshiba laptop. My current power plan is set to "balanced." Under advanced power settings, the USB settings for selective suspend setting for on battery and plugged in are enabled.

I've spent several hours looking for solutions but haven't been able to find any that seem to appy. How do I fix the "not entering suspend" errors?

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My power efficiency report is telling me that none of my USB hubs and devices are entering selective suspend. My question is: Should I care?

A:USB Devices Not Entering Selective Suspend

Got it figured.

A USB device sends a message to Windows at the expiration of its idle timer, asking Windows to put the USB port in a suspended state. If you disable USB selective suspend, Windows will return a failure to the driver when the driver asks Windows to put the USB port in a suspended state.

In my case, Windows is returning a failure to the driver, even though selective suspend is enabled. I have not found a good reason for this.
Considering the minuscule amount of power that is wasted by not suspending USB ports, I'm not going to worry about it. Another one of Microsoft's unhelpful reports. That's why I forever have to 'explore other options'.

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Hello people,

I bought me a Tecra cos it came with an XP version of windows.
Beside the strange effect once started it consumes about 800MB, instead of the usual of 300MB, putting the system into suspend frequently ends up in a kind of transition state.

I've checked the bios setting wol, i changed it into disabled. (still wondering why it was enabled by default on a laptop)

I went through all the 174 updates by MS.
Still there is no improvement.

Mostly the sequence is like this:
- cold boot
- suspend by powermanager in 15min while unattended
- wakeup by me
- suspend by my
- wakeup by me
- suspend again and display message: "Please wait, windows is now preparing for ..." infinitely

well.. till the battery is out of power or i pulled the plug
Ah. Don't come up with an HP answer like: "this is the first time we ever heard of"
I've got two other Tecra's. all running latest version of XP all got the same nasty habit.
By the way, using hibernate has the same result.

Hope one of you can help me out.
thanks in advance

A:Tecra S10-11W: WXP-SP3 get stuck while entering suspend mode

Hello Maxtor

As you can see this is user-to-user forum and there is no ?HP? or ?Toshiba? answer.
We are here to discuss about described issues. If you want to discuss it with ?Toshiba people? than you are on the wrong place here.

Back to described issue: I heard about such issues but it is not specific for certain notebook model. You must understand that your notebook configuration and preinstalled software is not known to us and it is not easy to say what can be responsible for this.

Before we start to discuss I would like to know if you have noticed the same with ?factory preinstalled? operating system. With clean preinstalled OS there is no software, updates or anything else that can run in the background and blocks suspending mode.

Have you tried to end certain running processes before notebook goes to hibernation mode to find out if this will help?

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My laptop (M3800) always goes to sleep ok ("suspend to ram" S3 mode).
But it only wakes up correctly if the sleep+resume is performed while a USB port is used (key, mouse, etc plugged in). If not, it simply performs a normal start, hence losing the session.
BIOS version: A09. I had to enable "USB wake support" in order to allow the computer to turn on when being opened. Otherwise it would just stay off and require a hard restart (pressing the power button for 10 secs).
I've been digging about this for a while and could not find answers. Any help will be appreciated!
PS: don't ask me to update the video drivers. It's a hardware+BIOS problem here.

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can somebody explain what is meant by "suspend to ram" and "wake on LAN".

does this mean I can activate my pc thru the cable connection.



A:suspend to ram

Suspend to RAM means everything you have running will remain in memory, but other devices (like hard disk drive) will shut down. You can continue your work without waiting for the machine to boot again, but keeping the data in memory requires a couple of watts of power, so if there's a power loss, you'll lose it. Suspend to hdd wouldn't do that.

Wake-on-LAN does mean you can boot (or wake up) the machine from network, but you'll need to know the network adapter's MAC address (for example, 12-34-56-78-90-00) and IP address, plus an application that can send the "magic packet" to the card.

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I have a notebook and not sure why this feature changed but it has. I use to put my laptop in suspend than when I resume it would go right to desktop. Now I get an intrim welcome screen. How to I get it back to go to desktop after a suspend?

Also is there a Desktop Icon that can be installed on the tool bar like Win98 use to have. This is convient so I can Minimiize several Programs at once.

Many Thanks in advance!


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Summary is that the laptop immediately wakes up, unprompted, when put into S3, either using power button or closing the laptop lid. The result if the lid is closed, is it wakes, sleeps, wakes, sleeps, wakes, sleeps, until battery death.Product Number: W2K28UAFirmware versions tested: F.26, F.30OS Revision: Linux 4.9Trouble Shooting: A bug with Linux kernel maintainers has been opened.https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=185521 Details: The bug has thoroughly evaluated by Intel kernel engineers and by Len Brown <[email protected]> who is the maintainer of many things in the Linux kernel: ACPI, INTEL IDLE DRIVER, INTEL PSTATE DRIVER, SIMPLE FIRMWARE INTERFACE (SFI), SUSPEND TO RAM, so his assessment that this is a firmware bug and not a kernel bug should be considered reliable.The central problem is mentioned in these two comments:https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=185521#c65https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=185521#c91

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After a storm my computer does not sleep anymore. Presumably a component is burned. Is there a "simple" way to identify who is the guilty, or at least, what sector was damaged?

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(Sorry if this is in the wrong area)
Hi all, have my first build and managed to muck it up. Windows won't suspend. Everything else seems ok tho. Device manager is reporting error code 19 for my cpu, and I'm thinking this might relate to the problem.

I'm running a dual boot with Ubuntu Hardy and XP SP3 and the funny thing is that the suspend functions perfectly well in Ubuntu, which makes me think this is a Windows issue

forgot to mention looked into MS KB
recommends uninstalling & reinstalling the drivers which makes me nervous since it's the cpu--for a printer or something, no prob

In case my effort to link doesn't work, here's some system info:

and if this isn't enough/right info, pleas advise, and thanks for your help.






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Good afternoon.I'm running W10. I've disabled the hibernate and defined in power setting for when the power button is pressed, the PC should suspend. The problem is: when the button is pressed, the computer do nothing. If I press fn+f4 the PC finally supend. How I put the power button working as suspend? Thanks 


Open a command prompt as Administrator.Type powercfg -requestsHopefully this will tell you what is interfering with sleep mode. 

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I doubel check that I set my Windows tu suspend after 20 minutes, but it doesnot.
When I go to Start >> Suspend, that suspend and shutdown all funs, but after 20 minutes it doesnot. Any idea?

A:Windows does not suspend.

At Control Panel>Power Options, Select Balanced plan, then under Advanced Power Options for the plan, open Sleep and set it to 30, Hibernate to 60 and Hybrid Sleep on. See how this works.

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Hello everyone!

This is my first post here because I hope that someone could help me.

Is it possible somehow to make Windows works in S3 sleep mode (suspend to RAM)?. Did anyone already try this? Any success?
Thanks in advance!

A:WINDOWS 7 Suspend to RAM

I'm no expert, because I don't use sleep mode, but did you check if it was enabled in your BIOS, first?

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Has anyone had any success in using the Suspend mode for their computer using Ubuntu 7.10? My computer only goes back to the Logon screen after clicking on the Suspend icon. I have asked this question in the Ubuntu forums and as of 2 days have had no replies. Anyone have a clue?

A:Suspend in Ubuntu 7.10

Fixing the Suspend Problem with Ubuntu 7.10

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Just a question out of curiosity, I'm wondering how you guys normally suspend your computer. As in hibernation, shutdown, sleep, or yank the powercable and remove the battery hehe.

Personally, ever since 7, I pretty much always simply leave my computer in sleep mode. Wakeups are so quick, and the memory management is so good that I rarely feel the need to actually shut down my computer.

A:How do you normally suspend your computer?

There is actually a similar titled thread going on here mate. the discussion basically centers on turning off / suspending state.

Computer on 24/7 or off every night?

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my os often freezes and no restart. i can't do anything when it freezes --> must turn off power.
This is log file ddslog and farbar recovery scaner tools i attachment.

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Hi, my computer slips into a suspend type mode after it has been idle for a while.
I want to prevent that, because it takes "forever", sometimes a half hour, to come back out.
So, I tried going into the control panel and set it to "never hibernate", but that's not working.
Any suggestions? I have a Compaq Presario, about 3 years old, and use Windows XP.

A:Suspend Mode


You may have stopped the hibernation, in the power options, it will give you options asking how long to wain before turning the screen and harddrive off. set these settings to max or never. that should stop the problem

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How to enable USB mouse "selective suspend"? Thanks!

A:usb Selective suspend

hi one of these should help http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...F+Thanks&meta=

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how can i get my compputer to respond after i put it on suspend it will wake up but my monitor stays blank
powering off does nothing it just goes back to were it was making my comp useless

A:XP & suspend killed my comp HELP!!


well im not suprised, every version of windows that money hungry company realeases seems to be even more bugy and have lots of holes, anyway it seems like a hardware failure. You should try running windows in safe-mode, i think that they have left this feature, and goto control panel>devices and check for any question marks by your hardware (this indicated a failure). if there is nothing goto http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com and check for updates for APM features your pc has got.

Although i am positive m$ have not released Windows XP because they are still in beta-testing which is why there is failure, the current release BETA2 still has lots of bugs and is not meant for home/office use only for testing it for the official release.

Hope this helps.
sorry i just found out that m$ have released their windows XP RC1 version (which is still a test, and expected release date for full versions is 115 daya away) is this the version you have? if you dont know what version you have use your bootdisk, when loaded type ver at the prompt and e-mail it to me; [email protected] and ill try and help, i do suggest that you install a stable version of windows e.g. Windows98/Me/2000/NT if you have one of these.

[Edited by webmin on 07-05-2001 at 11:07 PM]

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My computer suddenly stopped fully recovering after being placed into the Stand By mode available in XP Home Version's Turn Off Computer dialog box, but not always. The computer will recover fully if I initiate recovery after only two minutes. If I wait for five or more minutes, the fan will come on but the Lock keys will not blink and there is no video. I believe the monitor (Samsung SyncMaster 730B LCD) is getting some signal since it displays alternately the words "analog" and "digital". My mother board is an ASUS P5WD2-Premium with Pentium D 930 Dual-Core CPU. I use an ATI All-in-Wonder X800 PCI Express video card. The BIOS, AMI Ver 0709, settings are: Suspend Mode [Auto]; Repost Video and ACPI 2.0 Support [No]; ACPI APIC Support [E]. Thank you for any advice you can give me.

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Hi all.
First a big thanks for the surgical support I got here for my network controller, and pci modem driver problem I had... But I digress.

I have a problem with a Dell C-610 that does not wake "well" from suspend.
It wakes, however, it wakes like it has a mean hangover. Very slow, and inconsistent.

Running XP, SP3 and just upgraded memory to 1gb (from 256mb)

I thought the extra memory might help, but, hey! whaddoo I know?

I searched the archives (waking, suspend) and did not find something that matched. I may head to the BIOS to disable power management there and let XP handle it.

The memory upgrade seems to have made a difference (duh ); however, I was hoping it would solve the WAKE problem and have not enjoyed the new dose of memory fully.

Any help appreciated. Again, I've not seen such accurate, timely support ANY PLACE before like this place.



A:Dell C-610 not waking well from suspend

If it's any consolation I've never really had good luck with XP and suspending. Always seems to be slow or just simply fails to do it. And it's not just my computer, I've had numerous clients with the same issues. The best luck I've had has been when I've not left any applications open.

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I run Linux Mint and Android x86 on my Aspire V3-112P, BIOS 1.03. When I resume from suspend in either OS, the SDcard slot will not wake up. Here is the dmesg log: [ 252.157701] usb 1-4: reset high-speed USB device number 5 using xhci_hcd[ 252.510313] usb 1-3: reset full-speed USB device number 3 using xhci_hcd[ 252.993959] PM: resume of devices complete after 1444.108 msecs[ 252.994817] PM: Finishing wakeup.[ 252.994823] Restarting tasks ... done.[ 253.006095] mmc0: 3.3V regulator output did not became stable[ 253.045863] mmc0: Controller never released inhibit bit(s).[ 253.145224] mmc0: Reset 0x2 never completed.[ 253.244543] mmc0: Reset 0x4 never completed.[ 253.256647] mmc0: Controller never released inhibit bit(s).[ 253.355983] mmc0: Reset 0x2 never completed.[ 253.455296] mmc0: Reset 0x4 never completed.[ 253.465259] mmc0: Controller never released inhibit bit(s).[ 253.564583] mmc0: Reset 0x2 never completed.[ 253.663895] mmc0: Reset 0x4 never completed.[ 253.674059] mmc0: Controller never released inhibit bit(s).[ 253.773394] mmc0: Reset 0x2 never completed.[ 253.872707] mmc0: Reset 0x4 never completed.[ 253.882684] mmc0: Controller never released inhibit bit(s). This seems to be machine specific, not related to the OS. However I don't know what happens in a Windows OS. Has anyone else encountered this bug? Will a BIOS upgrade fix it?

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I consistently get a BSOD every time I recover the system from a suspended state.

New Lenovo E530, with a fresh Win7 Ultimate install along with a bunch of driver updates from Lenovo. Using aftermarket memory and a SSD from my old laptop. I've run a battery of tests against both the memory and the drive, but haven't found any problems.

BCCode: f4
BCP1: 0000000000000003

Minidump says ntoskrnl.exe was the source.

Attached files.

Many thanks in advance!

A:BSOD on suspend recovery.


Sounds like an issue with the firmware on your SSD. Try flashing it with this: OCZ Technology

I am unable to see what version you are currently running, so let us know if it says the firmware is already up-to-date.

...Summary of the dumps:


Built by: 7601.17835.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120503-2030
Debug session time: Tue Jul 24 20:55:31.427 2012 (UTC - 4:00)
System Uptime: 0 days 0:25:40.723
Probably caused by : csrss.exe
PROCESS_NAME: csrss.exe
BUGCHECK_STR: 0xF4_fffff800c0000005
FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0xF4_fffff800c0000005_IMAGE_csrss.exe
BiosReleaseDate = 06/15/2012
SystemProductName = 3259CTO
Built by: 7601.17835.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120503-2030
Debug session time: Tue Jul 24 11:03:21.911 2012 (UTC - 4:00)
System Uptime: 0 days 2:04:00.832
Probably caused by : wininit.exe
PROCESS_NAME: wininit.exe
BUGCHECK_STR: 0xF4_fffff800c0000005
FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0xF4_fffff800c0000005_IMAGE_wininit.exe
BiosReleaseDate = 06/15/2012
SystemProductName = 3259CTO
Built by: 7601.17835.amd64fre.win7sp1_gdr.120503-2030
Debug session time: Wed Jul 25 13:59:19.936 2012 (UTC - 4:00)
System Uptime: 0 days 0:06:13.858
Probably caused by : csrss.exe
PROCESS_NAME: csrss.exe
DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: ... Read more

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Hey guys. I'm having a bit of trouble with the suspend feature and was wondering if maybe I could get help here. (I wasn't sure if this would be the right section, or the bios section, feel free to move the topic.)

Basically, after a fresh install of xp, suspending the computer doesn't power it down anymore. I can still see the heatsink fan spinning, although the hard drives do power down.
I've tried changing some settings in the bios as well as seeing if hibernation would work (it does), but that takes a lot longer than the suspend feature I'm used to.

Any ideas?

My system specs are below.

ASrock motherboard, socket 939 uli chipset ( link)
AMD Opteron 144 @ 2.1 ghz
3gb pc 3200
160gb hitachi sata hd
80gb hitachi ide hd
NEC ide combo drive
Sound blaster xfi music
ATi radeon x1600 512mb
Conexant dial up modem (all I can get out here)
Wacom graphire 3 tablet (I use this instead of a regular mouse)
MS natural ergonomic keyboard 4000
Windows XP SP2

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kaspersky( avpui.exe) suspend


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I recently upgraded my PC. I now have an A7N8X-X (Rev 2.0) running an AMD 3200+ and also a pair of 512MB DDR500 memory sticks. My OS is XP Pro. The system runs fine but....
When I try and switch my system to stanby, windows goes to standby (expected), my monitor switches off ( expected ) and I can hear my hard drives power down ( expected ). The problem is, my power pack does not power down and although the system is in standby the power and all my fans stay on. I have selected the STR option from the BIOS (1010). Are there any jumpers I need to enable / disable ? I'm going crazy here !!

A:A7n8x-x Suspend To Ram Problem

There are usually two suspend modes with most boards. S1 and s3, use s3 if you want the fans off. S1 leaves the fans on.

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Asus notebook model g1SNX1. 64bit Vista Home Prem.

When I tried to awaken computer as I normally do, by tapping touch pad nothing happened. Turned off via on off button, waiting about a min. and then restarted. Computer went into safe mode, I selected last good config. Ran thru list of files and then locked up. Shut down again tried to boot to safe mode, same problem. Loaded Asus recovery disk and rebooted. computer booted up to a blue screen appears like windows wallpaper with active mouse and nothing further progressed
Thanks is advance for any help

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I am using Windows 7 RC x64 on a nForce 420 based motherboard. The suspend to ram function is not working properly sometimes.

I have Windows configured to automatically suspend to PC after 30 min of being idle. This automatic suspend works well, suspending the PC completely, shouting down the fans, and leds of the PC, and can only be weaken up by pressing the on/off button in the case of the PC. After waking up from this state, I see that the temps of the GPU and the CPU are way down, proving that they were in sleep status.

However, when I suspend manually (by pressing the suspend button on the keyboard, or by chossing suspend in the Start menu) the PC doesn't suspend completely. The fans and leds doesn't shout down, and the temp of the CPU and GPU after wake up are very close to the temps when idle, showing that they didn't enter in sleep state. When suspended manually, I can wake the PC just by touching any button of the mouse or keyboard.

What is the problem? Is there a way I can manually completely suspend the PC? I checked on internet and in the forums an didn't found any solution to this problem.

A:Inconsistent suspend behavior

There are two modes of suspend, if you will, sleep and hibernate. Check your power profile and see which is happening after 30 minutes. Are you selecting sleep or hibernate in the start menu? I don't show "suspend", I show sleep & hibernate as options.

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Hello everyone,

powercfg /a tells me that s3 sleep is not available, which is bullshit, considdering Linux does suspend to RAM and turns of my fans.

Now I do know that Microsoft ****s up ACPI motherboard tables with their BIOS assembler that motherboard manufacturors use now, but that's not going to make me spend +-$100 to get my case to STFU by rebuying a CPU cooler+GPU cooler+two case fans.

Is there a way to make NT6.1 work with s3 sleep, or is the only solution going back to Linux? /rant

Thanks in advance,

A:S3 sleep (suspend to RAM) not working


Can you check to see whether the Hybrid Sleep option is On, as shown here?

You might find this tutorial useful too :

Hibernate - Enable or Disable


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hi, this lero problem <The driver off device Standar Keyboaed off 101/102 Keys or Natural Keyboard PS/" Keyboard > do not let me Hivernete or suspend.....I asume maybe this is the same problem off my shut dow because my PC stop responding wen I train to shutdow. escuse my Inglish, your help apreciate......

A:The Keyboard don`t let me Hivernate or suspend

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Windows keeps firing back up again shortly after suspending, or a few hours later. I realise it's a common issue, so I'll just rattle off what I've tried. I have scoured the 'net but not found any solution.

1. Checked Event Viewer, but it shows source unknown, or something to that effect.

2. I've disabled the feature that allows Windows updates to wake up for install.

3. I've disabled Kaspersky's feature that is similar to the above.

4. I've tried the powercfg command under CMD and it seems only the mouse and keyboard can wake up the computer, regarding hardware, which they do, normally, as they have done for a long time. Neither mouse nor keyboard has shown signs of issue, but I disabled the mouse, just in-case.

5. I've tried unplugging my wireless adapter (LAN disabled via BIOS) during suspend, to no avail.

List updated:

6. I've tried suspending and hibernating but the same issue arises.

7. I've tried hibernating and suspending with all USB devices removed to no avail.

Probably tried other things but that's all I can remember. A friend of mine has the same issue with a computer of his running Windows 8.1 ?_? It's especially annoying because my SSD has some sort of weird issue with this computer, meaning I have to suspend unless I want to keep opening up the computer on almost every restart. -_- I don't think these issues are linked, 'though I accept the possibility.

Would greatly appreciate an assist.


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A:Windows 8.1 Suspend Issues

Try sfc/scannow in admin command prompt.

What sort of issue with the SSD do you mean? I assume you have installed windows on the SSD, so this issue could be relevant to the problem.

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In Vista there's an advanced power setting for this that you can either enable or disable. Windows Help and Support tells you everything except what you really need to know. I've been reading what I could find about it online and now I'm more confused than ever. For this to work, does the USB device also have to support Selective Suspend, anyone know?

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I'm trying to use the Rebootcount switch and it is telling me ..
Error: Invalid Syntax.
"-rc" was not understood
On this TechNet page https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff829848.aspx it says it applies to Win 7 but I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. The exact command I'm using is
manage-bde -protectors -disable C: -rc 1

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It is Windows Management Instrumentation. It's getting greedy with CPU. I want some more breathing room.

One source suggests going to Windows services and disabling it. How to Stop Wmiprvse.exe | eHow

I would prefer to suspend it with Process Explorer when it acts up.

Windows XP
Home Edition
Version 2002
Service Pack 3

Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.66GHz
x86 Family 15 Model 2 Stepping 9
2.05 GB of RAM
Graphics Card: Intel(R) 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV
Graphics Controller, 64 Mb
Hard Drive Size 114.4GB
Free Space was 35.8GB; now under 20GB because after backing up My Documents on Google Drive, Google Drive has duplicated the whole darn thing on my hard drive
Motherboard: Dell Computer Corp., 0G1548
Antivirus : Webroot Internet Security

A:Do I have to run wmiprvse.exe or can I suspend or disable it?

Hi please read this as it explains a little what is dependent on the service and why it will start when required Starting and Stopping the WMI Service (Windows)

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Hello,I've just bought an L450 (without fingerprint reader) and directly updated it to Windows 10. The problem appears after entering suspension mode. When I try to wake it, there is no response: The screen stays on black and the status led continues on.I tried to update the BIOS to the last version but it is still the same.Anyone with the same problem or any suggestion?Thanks,Pablo.

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A:L450 suspend problem

Did you update any drivers or the BIOS after the upgrade to Windows 10?Check here for Windows 10 drivers: http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-l-series-laptops/thinkpad-l45...Can you also post the exact model number? (MTM)

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Hi, I'm having trouble with my Aspire S3-391 not shutting down or suspending. It will restart fine. If it tries to shutdown or suspend I get a black screen, sometimes with an _ in the top left, fans going and power light on indefinitely. It started about 6 weeks ago for no obvious reason. I initially thought it was a software problem, and attempted to solve it through the linux mint forums (thread), but have since found that the behaviour is the same in the Windows 10 dual boot, or when running from a live usb stick (ubuntu).I've followed the advice here and updated the bios (including migrating from v1 to v2, although it was already up to date on v1), and installing the IME (v9.5) and VGA drivers from acer inside windows 10. I also disabled fast boot (after enabling hibernate to make the option appear), but all to no avail. Does anyone have a suggestion that might help? Thanks,Ben

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Hi guys, it's my first post here, and I already have a problem.
Practically when I suspend my pc, when I want to reuse it, many times it shows a bsod and has to do a restart. I can't understand what may be the problem

Here some informations:

-Windows 7 x64
-First and only os installed on the computer
-Retail version
-Both the os and the hardware are three months old

Ps : you have to apologize me for my bad english, but I'm italian. I've noticed that some files of the reports are written in italian, if you have some problem to understand them, I may give a simple translation.

A:Suspend mode bsod

Nobody may help me ??

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well the USB selective suspend option I have set to "never" and it dont care, it turns off the drive all the time

I can sit there and the drive will spin up and then turn off every 30-45 min, it spins up and then spins down pretty fast as if it was just work up by me and then it is going back to sleep - I cant figure out what on my computer is waking it up but I dont care I dont want it to even go to sleep in the first place

I dont want the USB drives to ever, ever, EVER! spin down no matter what I dont care about power useage or drive life, I cant effing stand this, when I boot into Linux no problems at all the drive will stay running for hours at a time but stupid effing Windows dont work

A:USB selective suspend not working

Many times we see this behavior on certain machines but not others. It is a hard behavior to pin down.

Sometimes it is the motherboard, the chipset actually, or the chipset driver that is not playing nice with the particular external.
Also it can be the external drive itself, or the data cord, or the USB port that results in a transfer fault. You can test for this by plugging the drive into one of the rear USB ports that are connected to the motherboard, try all the USB ports, try a shorter/thicker data cable.
External drives that do not have a power supply and are powered only by USB are notorious for this. Some work better than others, even within the same model.

I run W7 and my external hard drive will run constantly if I let it, and I have not made any changes to my selective suspend settings from default. I believe your issue lies with your hardware.

The other thing I noticed were your 10 hard drives and RAID array. I can't help but wonder if that might have something to do with it.

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Hi guys, wanted to solve this myself, but its been two weeks already and its driving me crazy.

One day I noticed that my PC BSODed when on sleep mode. After learning how to use Windows Debbuger I understand that nvmf6264.sys is the reason why me computer crashes. This driver is related to the Ethernet controller on my mobo.

I tried several versions, including 15.37, 15.45 (came with mobo CD), 15.49 and 15.56. None of them fixed this. Now I cant even get my PC to sleep, it just keeps on, monitor off, unresponsive, until 10 minutes later it gets me a BSOD and restarts.

Changed several settings in BIOS including:
ACPI APIC Support (ENABLED) without it Windows wont start
ACPI 2.0 Support (ENABLED)

I'm attaching what the .exe I downloaded from the site threw me, I hope it has the answer somewhere.

Thanks for your time!

A:BSOD error 9f, cant suspend pc, nvmf6264.sys

The prima facie cause of the BSOD is the NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller

BugCheck 9F, {3, fffffa80069db060, fffff800044bb518, fffffa8006b5d810}

*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for nvmf6264.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for nvmf6264.sys
Probably caused by : nvmf6264.sys

Followup: MachineOwner
Which is too old, even older than Windows 7 RTM.

Image name: nvmf6264.sys
Timestamp: Fri Jul 31 05:18:18 2009 (4A723142)
So it may fail.

nvmf6264.sys is a nforce chipset element. And nforce is out of the market. No possible chipset or BIOS update is available in Motherboard - M3N78-VM - ASUS .... so no chance of an easy fix.

But nvmf6264.sys does not cause this particular 0x9F BSOD .... it may be driven by something else. And there is Jumpstart Intermediate Driver ... either TP Link or DLink. Which is even more old.

Image name: jswscimdx.sys
Timestamp: Fri Sep 26 07:37:28 2008 (48DC43E0)
Try to update this driver to the tplink or dlink network apapter. If there is no feasible update, remove teh device and apply any other one.

See how it goes. Let us know.

EDIT: Go through this thread: Computer does not reliably enter Standby/S3 mode ... maxseven got almost the same issue with a different driver, and he had to make an adjustment .... not to suspend.

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Hello, I bought a new XPS 13 DE (9350) and installed debian on it, unfortunatly I'm facing a quite annoying problem, every time I suspend the system there is a chance that when it wakes it doesn't recognize the touchpad anymore, if I left the system supended for some hours (say 5-6) it always happen, if it is for just an hour or so sometime it happens sometime no.
I'm using debian testing with kernel 4.6 but it happens also with 4.5, after a wake up after which the touchpad isn't working I noticed these kind of errors in dmesg:
i2c_hid i2c-DLL0704:01: failed to retrieve report from device
i2c_hid: probe of i2c-DLL0704:01 failed with error -5
I can "reproduce" them by unloading and reloading the module i2c-hid.
Any suggestion?

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Hi, I've spent quite a while getting 18.10 installed and configured to a usable state on my X1E 4K. It still has some problems with remembering resolution settings and if I want to see the mouse cursor, I have to restart the MATE Window Manager every time I login. Which makes me want to have suspend/wake up work correctly - it suspends to a black screen, but it doesn't wake up so I need both, LOL. The last posts I could find discussing this issue are months old but I haven't seen anything more recent. I know a number of people report success installing 18.10 on the X1E, but what about Suspend/Wake - any hints? Thanks ! Jim

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I got a bunch of old Winbook laptops from the junkpile at work and have cobbled together several good ones from the pieces (mostly XL3 models). Now one of the first things I had to do after wiping the disks clean was to use a ďhdprepĒ utility supplied by Winbook to create a suspend partition on the hard drive. The utility apparently measures the memory capacity of the machine and creates a partition large enough to store the main and video memory and maybe a few other things. Now that Iíve got windows (2000) and office and all the updates installed, I want to increase physical memory but thatíll result in the suspend partition being too small.

Is there a way to increase the size of the suspend partition without starting all over again?

I know there is partition manager software out there but Iíve never used any. Is that the sort of thing I want? Whatís a good one thatís not too expensive? Does Win 2000 come with any tools for accomplishing this?

A:How to increase the size of the suspend partition


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Hi folks.

I'm using Win7 exclusively for its media center capabilities. As such, the machine is usually sleeping.

When I leave for work in the morning, the machine is suspended (S3), but when I come home in late afternoon, it has resumed and is running at full power.

Anybody know why this would happen? How can I determine what's causing this?


A:waking from suspend for unknown reason

Hello Feh,

The items listed in the tutorial below may be able to help you determine what is waking up your computer. A usual cause of this is the "Allow to Wake computer" option checked for the Network Adapted (STEP SIX), or the Multimedia settings -> When sharing media is not set to "Allow the computer to sleep" (STEP TWO).

Power Options and Sleep Mode Problems - Vista Forums

Hope this helps,

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I have been trying to get the suspend mode working in XP and can't get the mouse to respond after it "wakes up". I have tried a USB mouse and now am using PS2 it's the same thing. I have to reboot to get the mouse to work.

Thanks for any help,

Brian in MI

A:XP Suspend Mode mouse freezes

does it not ever respond or does it just take some time before the mouse will respond?

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