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Q: screen shows test pattern after wakeup from sleep

After wakeup from sleep or hibernation the screen only displays bright white background with closely spaced vertical lines, not blue screen, and no functionality. Have to use the power button to restart then all is fine until sleep or hibernation. Laptop computer, only 10 days old.

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Preferred Solution: screen shows test pattern after wakeup from sleep

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

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A: screen shows test pattern after wakeup from sleep

Hello @Acorn1?, Welcome to the HP Forums, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the HP Forums, I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More. I read your post about the sleep mode issue, and wanted to assist you! To start, can you provide me with the Product Number of the notebook? Here is a link you can use that will help you find your Model and Product Number:How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number? In the meantime, try reviewing the following steps, and let me know how it goes: HOW TO RESOLVE SLEEP/SHUTDOWN ISSUES Download version 9 or 10 of the Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI) Driver.Navigate HP's Software and Driver Downloads site (http://www8.hp.com/us/en/drivers.html) to find the latest approved driver for your model. Filter by version, selecting Microsoft Windows 8.1 on the dropdown menu. Look for the download in the "Driver-Chipset" category. If an MEI driver with a version number starting in 9 or 10 is listed, download it. [Version 9.5.24.1790 1.5M (http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp66001-66500/sp66228.exe) will work for most models.]If an MEI driver with a version number starting in 9 or 10 is NOT listed, download the appropriate driver directly from Intel (https://downloadcenter.intel.com/search?keyword=intel+management+engine). [Version 9.5.24.1790 1.5M (https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/23091/Intel-ME-9-Management-Engine-Driver-for-Intel-NUC) will work for most models.]Download the Windows 10 "Show or Hide Updates" Troubleshooter Package (http://download.microsoft.com/download/F/2/2/F22D5FDB-59CD-4275-8C95-1BE17BF70B21/wushowhide.diagcab).Change the Windows Update Services setting from Automatic (Delayed Start) to Manual.In the Control Panel, select Administrative Tools and open Services.Scroll down to Windows Update and double-click it to bring up its properties.Click Stop to stop the service from running.Change the Startup Type to Manual and click OK.Install version 9 or 10 of the Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI) Driver. If you receive a dialog warning about replacing a newer version of the software, accept it.NOTE: You do NOT need to uninstall version 11 before installing version 9 or 10. The presence of some version of the driver is required in order to "upgrade" (or in this case downgrade) it.Run the Windows 10 "Show or Hide Updates" Troubleshooter Package and hide updates to the Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI) Driver. (Doing so will block your system from automatically reinstalling or showing updates for version 11 of the driver.)Change the Windows Update Services setting from Manual back to Automatic (Delayed Start).Restart your computer.Rejoice! You can finally sleep and shut down again. Source: How to Resolve Post-Windows 10 Upgrade Issues on HP Laptops Please let me know if this information helps you resolve the issue by marking this post as "Accept as Solution" , this will help others easily find the information they may be looking for. Also, clicking the Thumbs up below is a great way to say thanks! Have a great day!

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I completed all of the updates advised and still have the same problem. same model HP Envy X360. This just started today. I previously had the display problem too but was able to update drivers as advised here.

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Hello, I am having a very strange problem with my screen looking scrambled with a test pattern when I turn it on.  It does not boot anymore.
When I hold down the D key to do the display test, it actually flashes white, red, green, blue, and seems to pass the test.  Does anyone have any idea what's wrong?  Anyone ever seen a screen look like this?
Bad screen cable?

A:XPS 9343 screen scrambling with test pattern

Hi JADWARE,
When did the issue start on the system? Could you kindly check with an external monitor? 
Turn on the system by holding the "fn" key + power button and it should start the diags on the system. Make a note of any possible beeps that you might possibly hear. The exact # of beeps in a cycle will help isolate the source of the issue.
Based on your description, I would suspect a faulty video card and the motherboard needs to be replaced on the system.
If the system is under warranty, then contact us via Twitter - @dellcarespro for faster communication or write me a private conversation with the service tag and your contact details. If there is no warranty, then we can help with a paid service call if required.
Keep us updated.

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Summary: whilst watching a video commercial on a trusted corporate website, the screen went black (though still backlit). On restarting, screen came up normal (graphics perfect) until the first Windows XP page (with the green loading bar) when there were green and black vertical strips 5mm wide, the green strips made up of four lines, a little reminiscent of that code pattern in movie Matrix. After the Windows page the green lines turned to blue, and then the screen went black (though still backlit), and the usual user login didn`t appear. Leaving the computer to run, the hard disk was active from time to time, then before long the windows logging-in jingle played as if we had logged in, the screen still black. After that, no response at all.

After problem: Laptop can be started in Safe Mode (from where I write this), there are still faint green lines superimposed. I completed a system restore but this has not fixed the problem.

The last few weeks: A number of weekends ago I attempted to open my mouse for the purpose of silencing the clicks, but on opening the mouse half way and looking inside it made itself apparent that it was not meant to be opened (without breaking the plastic case [mouse is GlanzHS by Sanwa]) On closing and restoring the mouse, I found that initially the left button didn`t seem to work, and then it did, problem solved. But then strangeness began: next time on restarting the computer, nothing responeded to the pointer or the left click on the first ... Read more

A:Laptop screen shows Matrix pattern, then black...

Hi Naval, welcome to TSF, I reckon the mouse related issue could be easily diagnosed. Try another one, not USB - there known to be hassle when the system isnt working properly - and we should easily see if the problem is with the pc or the mouse.

with regards the problem with the graphics, i'll leave that to someone with more experience.

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Whenever I wake my computer up from sleep, the power ring shows that is turned on, but the screen remains blank. I have to force restart it get it back to the login screen. It's really frustrating. Sometimes, when I try to put it to sleep, it just stays on and the screen goes blank. Any help?

Thanks

BTW: I have already installed the BIOS drivers and it has made no difference.

A:Screen black after sleep wakeup

Try using System Restore to set it back to a point before this problem started happening - IMO that's the easiest and 2nd most successful way of fixing this problem.

Also, update your video, chipset, and storage drivers - just in case.

This is the most successful way of fixing KSOD (Black Screen of Death) issues:
At work we don't mess with these issues - as it can take weeks to solve them (and no one wants to pay me by the hour to troubleshoot their computer for weeks!). We slave the hard drive to another system (to backup the data), then we do a diagnostic (to make sure there's no overt hardware issues), then we wipe the hard drive and clean install Windows.

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Hello!

I have a problem with the hybrid sleep mode.
Whenever I try to put my notebook in sleep mode everything works ok, also normally waking up the system.
But when I disconnect the power cord and restart the system, Windows tries to resume its state but suddenly stops with a black screen and a blinking cursor.
I have absolutely no problems with normal sleep and normal hibernate (shutdown -h).

For a short time hybrid sleep worked only when I put the system to sleep with the notebook FN keys, but not through the Win start menu.
Now it doesn't work at all. Maybe this was also just a coincidence.

Can anyone help me?
Thanks in advance and best regards!

Win 7 Ultimate 32 Bit German edition

A:No wakeup after hybrid sleep (black screen)

Windows Does Not Start After Sleep

This was a fix for a common error that we had here, on a previous thread. It seemed to cause the error in waking from sleep.
Perhaps disabling Hybrid sleep will fix this for you.

~Lordbob

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I know how to set the sleep mode in Control Panel - System & Security - Power Options but how can I bypass the User button in the middle of the screen when it wakes?

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Hi, Today i got two BSOD no where out of blue, my laptop was running well without any problem earlier before this issue. Then i did PC doctor test first it said advance pattern test failed, then i ram memtest86 and it showed nothing, no errors then again i ran PC doctor it shows now address test failed but not advance pattern test (see attachment), what is the problem could anyone pl tell

A:Advance Pattern Test and Address Test Failed Error WME21-IWR

Could you provide more information about MemTest86? How long/many passes did you let it run for?

Please read BSOD Posting Instructions for analysis of the BSODs

Please fill in your system specsPlease follow this tutorial and download the tool. The tool will give you detailed information about your system specs, please fill in your system specs more completely.How to fill in your system specs:

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A:"SMART short-self test" and "SMART drive self test" shows failure during hardware scan test

Hi amr_moustafa,
 
Welcome to the Community Forums.
 
Take this opportunity to backed your files as you may need to replace your harddrive very soon.
 
Failure in SMART test is an indication of deterioration of harddrive integrity that may be crashing soon.
 
Prepare you options on replacing the drive and its installed software.
 
I hope this helps answer your query.
 
Regards

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Dell PC Checkup Program shows a failure for the CMOS pattern. Any thoughts how I can correct this? I really don't know anything about CMOS!!
 

A:Solved: CMOS test pattern failed

It means your having an issue with your CMOS writing to memory, i.e. not writing to the correct memory locations. You can reset the CMOS and retest. A reset may fix it if it's an error in the BIOS. The only way to fix it is to either flash the BIOS so it's rewritten and the problem over written. This is if the BIOS chip is not damaged in some way. If it's an older PC and it's not causing issues then I wouldn't worry too much about it.
 

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This is an issue that had periodically happened to my Compaq Presario last winter, then it's been fine since the spring, and it just started happening again a few weeks ago. I'm inclined to think it's the cold weather that is causing this weird problem.

Lately, my computer has a tendency to quit whatever it's doing and flatline - and display a "test pattern" image in the process.

It doesn't matter which program I may be using at the time, or if I'm using one at all - I tested it to go to screen saver, and it still happened in that mode - I am not sure what may be leading to my computer "signing off" without warning. At first, I thought it was a monitor issue, but this is happening on a different monitor, as well. My computer tech repairman pal thought it may be a video card problem, but the last time he looked at it, he didn't sense anything.

I'm befuddled as to what is causing my computer to randomly spazz out. Can anyone help and/or perhaps provide a possible solution? I've attached a photo of what this "test pattern" on my screen may look like.

http://imgur.com/xlxoTLG
 

A:Computer Randomly Breaks Into Test Pattern! WHY?

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I ran the hardware test this morning and everything passed but the SMART short self test. It failed and gave me this code. WHD01V00G-BK7W0J It says to send to Lenovo but I don't know where. I also can't add my laptop to my products on my account. I keep getting a message #WL Service Busy #   What do I do?

A:Hardware test shows SMART short self test failure.

hi Smurfette,
 
Welcome to the Forums.
 
The image below is the breakdown on how the LSC error codes mean.
  - Link to picture
 
The SMART short self-test that failed may have detected some certain sectors on the drive that are bad and predicted an imminent HDD failure so I would recommend you contact the lenovo helpdesk and report your findings as you likely need to send the unit for service.
 
If you're in the US, this is the number to call:
 
Phone Number: 1-877-4-Lenovo (1-877-453-6686)
upported Language: EnglishHours of operation: 24 hours/day 7 days/week
 
Support phone list
 
 
Let me know how it goes.
 
Regards

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Hi guys,
is it possible to wake up Windows 8.1 by just one key from the keyboard, eg. just wakeup when Enter key is pressed?
All other keys should be ignored.

A:Wakeup from sleep by just one key?

A low level keyboard hook may do it. But if you want to avoid waking up when someone moves the mouse you'll need to hook that too. I would ask on the AutoHotkey forums.

AutoHotkey Community - share scripts and functions, get answers to your programming questions

Index page ? AHKScript

The danger with these low level hooks is, if buggy, the input to your system will be messed up. As in it may not get any keyboard input. But you can ask around on the AHK forums.

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I don't know what i have done but when i put it on sleep,i used to tap any key and it woke up right away.now it won't do.i have to hit the ov/off button.anybody got any idea why.

A:sleep won't wakeup

Check your keyboard setting in Device Manager.

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It also crashes at the same point (I think on file "6001.client.cab") in my Trend Anitvirus Full Scan and even in the Microsoft Security Essentials Full Scan (downloaded this to see if it might help). Always crashes in the middle of a Skype session. Have tried all sorts of checks, cleanups etc. Not sure what to do. Appreciate any advice before I take it to a repairer which I think has to be the next step. It is a Compaq Pressario, 2GM RAM, AMD Athlon 64 X 2 Dual Core Processor 4800 + 2.50 ghz, 32 Bit Operating system.

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I'm running Lenovo Solution Center 3.6.002 for the first time. I chose all comprehensive tests. And on the first test Quick Random Pattern Test it took several hours to reach about 50% and finally I got a popup dialog saying the computer is running low on memory. Subsequently Solution Center closed down on me.  I'm running Windows 10 on Lenovo B71-80 RJ. I have 16 GB of RAM. The computer just returned from Service, the SSD disk was faulty. In the service they tested the RAM and said it was good. How come this Quick Random Pattern Test takes so long? Does it mean that the RAM is broken after all, or is it this particular version of Solution Center faulty? What may be the cause? I should note, that on the same computer, only with the old disk (and a previous Windows 10 install) the memory tests went very quickly, everything was fine with the memory.

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Hi,
 
Running W10. My Y50-70 is so temprmental - especially streaminig sites. Im often rebooting.
Found this error by using Lenovo Solution Centre and wounder if its related.
 
Any help much appreicated.
 
regards
Graham 
 
Mod's Edit: Additional information added to Subject line for clarity of issue.
 

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I have done a bit of searching on this, and tried everything that i could. But the few threads i found pertaining to this exact problem required individual fixes. I would consider myself pretty good with computers, but this is over my head and i just cant figure it out.
As the title states, i use the sleep function constantly - and all of a sudden 2 days ago this problem started. Relatively new build, about a month old.
Login screen is usually there for about a second before it goes back to sleep, usually it is an endless loop that can only be stopped by turning off power supply switch and fully restarting, although sometimes after the second try it will restart on its own.

I have looked through event viewer and i can not find any one thing that gives an error every time i put it to sleep, its easy to test - happens every single time i put it to sleep, immediately. Although i am not an expert and could be missing something. Also from what i can tell a minidump is only created when the computer restarts itself - not every time it resets to sleep or even when i turn the power off.
I have tried -
Unplugging all usb devices.
Restoring default power schemes
Updating windows
Restoring default bios settings.
Disabling hybrid sleep mode.
Ran troubleshooter on power, no issues other than screen saver on.
Turned off hibernation.
also i was getting an lgdcore.exe error in event viewer regularly so i completely uninstalled the logitech gaming software that my mouse and keybo... Read more

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When I wake my desktop up from sleep I get Error 813: You have attempted to establish a second broadband connection while a previous broadband connection is already established using the same device or port. Please disconnect the earlier connection and then re-establish the connection.

Problem is there is no connection established, this has been going on for about a week. I am using an old style wired DSL modem that requires a dial-up to get connected. Previously waking up from sleep it would not connect to the internet until I opened my IE browser, now it attempts to connect instantly and I am getting the error message. In "connections" it is checked to "dial whenever a network connection is not present" just as it has always been, it was set for an automatic connection. I thought it was probably a Windows update problem but I did a system restore to well before the problem started and it was still present. I can cancel the error message and connect manually, the connection is fine but it is starting to get pretty annoying as the computer is woken up from sleep several times a day. I tried manually disconnecting the connection before putting the computer to sleep but that didn't change anything. A Google search turns up nothing.

Any help with this problem would be greatly appreciated

Thanks

A:Error 813 upon wakeup from sleep

Originally Posted by moon unit


When I wake my desktop up from sleep I get Error 813: You have attempted to establish a second broadband connection while a previous broadband connection is already established using the same device or port. Please disconnect the earlier connection and then re-establish the connection.

Problem is there is no connection established, this has been going on for about a week. I am using an old style wired DSL modem that requires a dial-up to get connected. Previously waking up from sleep it would not connect to the internet until I opened my IE browser, now it attempts to connect instantly and I am getting the error message. In "connections" it is checked to "dial whenever a network connection is not present" just as it has always been, it was set for an automatic connection. I thought it was probably a Windows update problem but I did a system restore to well before the problem started and it was still present. I can cancel the error message and connect manually, the connection is fine but it is starting to get pretty annoying as the computer is waken up from sleep several times a day. I tried manually disconnecting the connection before putting the computer to sleep but that didn't change anything. A Google search turns up nothing.

Any help with this problem would be greatly appreciated

Thanks



did you change something in either the power plan or in sleep/hibernation? did something change i... Read more

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Hello,

I am occasionally getting BSOD after wakeup from sleep since I bought new computer 2 months ago - sometimes once a week, sometimes several times a day. Could you pls check attached file and advise me, what to fix?

Thanks a lot

A:BSOD after wakeup from sleep

Code:
fffff800`00b9aa10 00000000`00000000
fffff800`00b9aa18 fffff900`00000000
fffff800`00b9aa20 fffff960`00040001*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for win32k.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for win32k.sys
win32k+0x1
fffff800`00b9aa28 00000000`00000000
fffff800`00b9aa30 fffff880`04a94000Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\iusb3hub.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for iusb3hub.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for iusb3hub.sys
iusb3hub+0x4a000
fffff800`00b9aa38 fffff880`02da2000 iusb3xhc+0x96000
fffff800`00b9aa40 fffff880`02da5000 iusb3xhc+0x99000
fffff800`00b9aa48 fffff880`019b7000 Npfs!NpInternalRead+0x1e0
fffff800`00b9aa50 fffff800`00b94080
Do the following in this order:

1. Click Start
2. In the search box, type cmd
3. In the list that appears, right-click on cmd.exe and choose Run as administrator
4. In the command window that opens, type sfc /scannow and hit enter.

Report the output from the command window once it finishes.

Run Windows Update - install all updates.

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Samsung laptop win8 . Last few days when waking from sleep (an occasionally when starting) I have no sound either on media player or you tube - when checking th realtek sound device it cannot test and says in use by another application - and I have no idea what application I cannot track it. As I now know of the problem the first thing I do is try real player - sometimes even if this test works and real player shut down I then cannot get sound on youtube - if I try player again it too has no sound . Looking at the device realtek it says working normally ! I then reboot and maybe yes or maybe no the sound will come back. HEELP pls.
 

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I'm not really sure what is causing this, but I don't think it's from hardware. I've seen that Windows 7 has some problems they haven't fixed with waking up after sleep which most of my Blue screens are from. Any help will be much appreciated.

INTERRUPT_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
Error Code 0x0000003D

Below is the dump file

A:Bsod happens after wakeup from sleep and while in use.

Hi MechBot9971.

From teh latest 3 BSODs, it appears to be a multi-fold issue, covering a storage and display. Moreover, out of these three, two are storage related, caused by Marvell.

So you need to uninstall Marvell, Marvell 91xx SATA 6G Controller.

But here is the complication. You have got some complications , both from the part of hardware and software. Aside of Marvell 91xx SATA 6G Controller, you have Generic Marvell 61xx RAID Controller too. That means that you will not be able to uninstall Marvell till you disable the RAID options in BIOS. That is desired, as you are not using any RAID array actually, and RAID is always troublesome.

Well, that will lead to even more problem, because an OS can boot in the storage controller with which it will installed only. Disabling RAID will not allow you to boot into the OS at all.

As I have said that it is a bad installation that you have got, there are some more odd stuff. Like two real time protection programs.
Start Menu\Programs\AVG
Start Menu\Programs\ESET
Deadly plan. Neither of them will work in practice.

The best for you would be to go for a Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7

Before doing it, Disable RAID.

After the installation, dont use Marvell. Dont install Vircual CloneDrive back; and use one Antivirus only.

Then if the display related issue continues, we will pay attention to that; but till the Marvell issue will be there, no troubleshooting will go to an end.
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If my PC goes into sleep mode when its at the login screen it hangs when I log in as a user - at the "welcome" screen. The round thing keeps going round. I need to do a hard reboot to restart. It also hangs when I wake it up out of Hibernate.

Any suggestions?

A:Hangs after wakeup from sleep

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Robert S


If my PC goes into sleep mode when its at the login screen it hangs when I log in as a user - at the "welcome" screen. The round thing keeps going round. I need to do a hard reboot to restart. It also hangs when I wake it up out of Hibernate.

Any suggestions?


Hi and welcome

first are you using autohide taskbar?

Second, look in event viewer. type eventvwr in search. go to windows log>application tab. Look for errors (they have red in left hand column) that contain app hang, app crash, etc. when you find them (there is a lot of data) use the snipping tool to make a screen shot, and upload it to us using the attachment icon (shaped like a paperclip) in the reply form. see pics

Let us know if you need help

Ken J+

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For no apparent reason, PC does no longer wakes up from sleep.  Before making this request, I have already done the following: A) checked and confirmed that my Video card driver is the latest available and the device is working properlyB) Rebooted from cold start several timesC) Checked to make sure the keyboard is enabled to wake the computerD) Checked the HP Support Assistant to verify I have the latest BIOS and lack no other updatesE) Double Checked Control Panel/Power Options/Edit Plan Settings Computer is to never sleep After the time selected in Edit Plan Settings for Turn Off the Display expires, the monitor goes dark, and will no amount of mouse or keyboard action has any effect.  The system must be powered down with the PC power button and rebooted.  I have not installed any apps in many months.  Two days ago, we did have a power interruption that required that I reboot the router, but that was the only unusual event.  This sleep problem evidenced itself AFTER the power interruption, but I cannot specifically link it to that as a potential cause. What should I try next in troubleshooting? 

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Very slow (5 minutes +) wake-up from sleep mode ever since upgrading O/S from Windows 7 to 10.  Also slow boot. One suggested fix is to upgrade the drivers for the graphics cards (AMD Radeon HD 6700M and Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000) but I haven't found new drivers for these cards at the AMD site. Would be very grateful for a working fix for this problem. Thank you all who respond to my request. Yves Danneels

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Hello,

Everytime I wake the PC from sleep mode the main log in screen will appear but within a matter of maybe 30 seconds I get the blue screen of death. I have installed a fresh copy of Windows 7 x64 three times now but still this problem occurs. I'm ignorant when it comes to using WinDbg but the basic problem I have gathered is that this error is caused by csrss.exe. I have researched this file and some say it is a Windows system file and others say it is a virus. I seriously doubt it is a virus because it exists after a fresh install and only when drivers are downloaded and installed from mfg's websites.

I have attached three minidump files if that helps, thank you.

A:BSOD After Sleep Wakeup

Sorry for the delay in responding, I've been traveling.

The analysis of the memory dumps doesn't show a whole lot, but we can draw some inferences from them.
This is the termination of a critical object for some reason - and csrss.exe could be that critical object.
Since you've freshly installed Win7, it's not very likely that it's a virus (but the possibility remains depending on how you installed Windows).

There is one older driver that's mentioned in the dump file (ahcix64s.sys Mon Apr 16 06:20:13 2007). So, I'd suggest updating it to the latest version that's available for Windows 7. I suspect that this is a chipset driver from an AMD chipset - so I'd start by looking at the AMD website for it.

Beyond that, I'd have to wonder if you have any incompatible hardware/software installed? Have you run the Windows Upgrade Advisor? It's free here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win...e-advisor.aspx

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Hi there. Trying to figure out a problem. Running Win 8 Pro, 64bit.
I recently installed an upgrade of my BIOS. At first it took several tries to boot into Windows. That is now solved. What remains is the fact that when I wakeup the system from sleep, it only displays the pre-login screen (greenish, with the tower). It freezes right there. Thinking this might be a display driver issue, I updated it (Radeon HD 6480G). That didn't fix the problem. On some forum I read about a SAM file. My question is: How does it find it when I reboot, but not when the system goes from sleep to wake up? At any rate, how could that be fixed? Also, I don't know how to revert back to a former version of my BIOS. Have no idea where to find that info. My laptop has an Insyde board, and it went to version F.48, what ever that means. Thanks in advance for your ideas.

A:Cannot wakeup from sleep; reboots

My possible fix probably won't sound reasonable (and it might not be). But, try turning fast startup off.

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Hi,
few months ago i had issues with wakeup and BSOD.
After that i've changed platform to new one (with few old parts).
Few days ago I had one more BSOD too (after wakeup).
No bsods occurs till today.

All dumps are in the attachement.

Platform have old HDDs, graphic card, PSU and music card.
Rest of the parts are new (motherboard, CPU, memory, case).

I've found and fixed SSD bad sectors by wiping all SSD and reinstalling OS.
I have also disabled hibernation and the size of page file is 1024mb.
Maybe it is related to the wakeup and BSODs - don't know?

Please help me resolve this issue with BSODs on wakeup - i'm going to go crazy :-)

On platform before I had same issues which tells me that MAYBE the reason could be the same as before on old platform
I don't know if it's OS config or drivers or some device.

Kind regards

A:BSOD after wakeup from sleep

I can remove current GPU and music card - for diagnostics and device exclusions.
I have internal mobo sound card an internal GPU in the CPU which could be used temporarily.

Let me know if i should do that.

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Hi, Running W10. My Y50-70 is so temprmental - especially streaminig sites. Im often rebooting.Found this error by using Lenovo Solution Centre and wounder if its related. Any help much appreicated. regardsGraham 

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Hi,

Sometimes, but not always, when I put my Vista machine to sleep and wake it up Vista reports that my password is incorrect. I have checked to see whether numlock/caps is engaged and neither is. No matter how many times I try to enter the password it comes up as incorrect. The only way to get into Windows is to log off - losing all my work - and to log in again.

Can anyone offer advice on how I can fix this?

Thanks in advance!

A:Incorrect Password On Wakeup From Sleep

I don't know off hand what would be the cause, but, if the password on wakeup is not necessary to you, you can disable it.

Start + Control Panel + Power Options + Change When the Computer sleeps + Change Advanced Power Options

Now select No for the "Require a password on wakeup."

If you use sleep mode often and don't need it to be password protected, this would resolve the problem temporarily until it gets figured out.

If the password protect is necessary to you during sleep mode, then ignore this post? I'll take a look when I get home unless someone else has posted on it already.

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Hi guys,

i m facing a bluescreen problem after wakeup my pc from sleep mode. Before posting this thread i did a bit of research, some saying that this is caused by large sata drives(i ve got 2 samsung 1TB satas with raid 0) and i installed the hotfix issued by microsoft (Windows6.1-KB977178-x64) but it doesn't really help.

The general description of this crash is as following:

unexpected shutdown

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
Locale ID: 5129
Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 9f
BCP1: 0000000000000003
BCP2: FFFFFA8005DAA060
BCP3: FFFFF80000B9C518
BCP4: FFFFFA8009D5F680
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1
Files that help describe the problem:
C:\Windows\Minidump\093010-38828-01.dmp
C:\Users\Raingo\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-41839-0.sysdata.xml

I ve uesd the software in the forum to generate a folder, and now upload this.
hope anybody can help, thanks!!!

A:Bluescreen after wakeup from sleep mode

KB articles that might apply to this situation:





Quote:
KB 975599 Stop error when you put a computer that is running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 to sleep or into hibernation, or when you restart the computer: "0x9F"

KB 977186 Error message when you try to resume a Windows 7-based or a Windows Server 2008 R2-based computer from hibernation: "Stop 0x0000009F"

KB 979148 "0x0000009F" or "0x000000A0" Stop errors on a computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 when a USB webcam is set as the default audio device

KB 981848 "0x0000009F" Stop error message when a computer enters and resumes from hibernation in Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2


If you could post the rest of the info requested in this pinned topic we might be able to narrow this down a bit. http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html

More to follow after dinner when the BSOD's finish running....
Preliminary analysis points at network drivers.

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Sorry for my poor english,
I just install vista ultimate x64 (with sp1), but i have a trouble these days.

vista can sleep after 1 hour, but when i wakeup it, and few minutes later,computer will restart automatically.

here is information. and attached file is error xml
Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 4e
BCP1: 0000000000000099
BCP2: 000000000006AAAC
BCP3: 0000000000000002
BCP4: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
OS Version: 6_0_6001
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1
Please help me .
Thanks in advance.
 

A:vista sleep and wakeup problom

Make sure you have the correct video drivers installed for Vista 64. They are one of the more common things that cause suspend issues. Also any piece of hardware might have a flaky driver that isn't fully compliant and could be causing issues.

I'd update any hardware drivers that you could just to rule out that as a source of your problem.
 

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Hi.

My laptop wakes up immediately after it went into sleep.

Here the device that wakes it up:

C:\Users\Me>powercfg lastwake
Wake History Count - 1
Wake History [0]
Wake Source Count - 1
Wake Source [0]
Type: Device
Instance Path: ACPI\PNP0C0E\2&daba3ff&2
Friendly Name:
Description: ACPI Sleep Button
Manufacturer: (Standard system devices)
C:\Users\Me>

It was working fine with Windows Vista Ultimate but not on Windows 7.

I looked in the BIOS settings but there is nothing in there about ACPI settings.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

A:Sleep Modus Wakeup Issue ?

Hello Tommy.... this looks very much like the same issue you had more than a year ago: notebook wakes up just after enterd sleep mode

What fixed it that time?

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Hi,
I'm new to this forums so greetings to all!!
And have had some problems with Win7 lately most of which were solved..
So now each time i put the machine (Dell Inspiron 9400) into "sleep" it goes well but when waking up it actually reboots giving me the "unexpected shudown options"!
This's getting me nutts! I rarely shutdown my computer and since I installed Vista never restarted for anything but the two SPs installations..

Please HEELPPP!

Sorry if my english is that bad..

Neo

A:Win7 wakeup from sleep restarts!

Hello and welcome to SF

The type of symptom you're experiencing is frequently resolved through updating the BIOS and hardware-related drivers: NIC, video, chipset...

Therefore, that would be the first place to start. Otherwise, if you're confident that the machine is already on the latest BIOS and drivers, please go through this procedure to collect the information necessary to understand the crash:

http://www.sevenforums.com/crash-loc...d-problem.html

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I turned my PC into a Hackintosh: hangs after wakeup from sleep. Once a frozen desktop, but the cursor would move. So I switched to Windows 8.1: Multiple BSODs after Wakeup from sleep. Once a frozen desktop, but the cursor would move.

I got many different BSODs, usually a sign of a hardware error. And one memory test resulted in 32 errors (many others did not).

An easy solution would have been not to put my PC into sleep. But I decided to dig into the problem.

A:Multiple BSODs after Wakeup from sleep

I may have solved this issue myself. Removal of nVidia Geforce Experience resulted in two black screens. Analysis of a D1 BSOD led to mcupdate_GenuineIntel. Installation of latest Intel Chipset Device Software resulted in no further black screens. Further memory testing is still pending.

Blue screens continued after some time. Further memory testing did not point at the culprit. Out of despair, I exchanged my Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H motherboard for an ASRock H81 Pro. "Memory in Channel A did not pass". Re-seating, swapping and leaving out one memory repeatedly pointed at one failing memory. Booh to Gigabyte, Booh to MemTest86 and hurrah to ASRock! I exchanged my motherboards again, left out one (8GB) memory, RMA-ed my memory with Kingston and reloaded a copy of Windows8.1. System now seems without any glitch.

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For the past month I have been randomly getting BSOD when my computer wakes up from sleep. My first crash was 25 days after install, and now it happens every 3-5 days. Usually just once, and I can never seem to replicate. But it happens only when the comp is waking up, never when in use. I have tried to induce it by sleep/wake repeatedly but it happens totally randomly.

I typically don't leave my computer on for prolonged periods so I can't say it wouldn't do this after being turned on for 3 days but I have yet to have a crash like that.

My system is overclocked/watercooled and had been running stable with Vista x64 since it was built in Jan 09. I installed Win 7X64 Ultimate 7100 on July 5 2009.
So, far I have tried:

Reinstalling chipset, and updating all USB pheripheral drivers.
Update video and sound drivers
Uninstalling all windows updates
Removed one 4870 and disabled crossfire
Full repair of windows (not clean install)
Overnight memtest 8 passes
Prime 95 multithread 9 hours with no failures


Last Night I tried:

Updating chipset again, bios, and raid firmware.
Disconnecting my UPS from the USB port.

I am at a loss for what is causing this. I've seen a few threads around with
ntoskrnl issues, but none that happen only on wake up. Tonight I plan to do some PSU testing.

Does anyone have any ideas about this, mini dump file is attached ?

Here is what I have taken from the event viewer for the most recent crash:

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A:ntoskrnl BSOD on Wakeup from Sleep

You could try replacing your ntoskrnl with mine from here But mine is a newer version ntoskrnl Driver power state failure

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Recently installed Win7 and sp1 on new computer. Now I can't get the computer to wakeup after using sleep mode. I have to press the power button on the computer for a few second till it shuts down; then restart. The restart shows windows resume rather than "bad shutdown".

A:Computer can't wakeup from sleep mode

It's hibernating when it shows Resuming Windows.

Try turning off Hibernate in Control Panel>Power Options>Change Plan Settings>Change Advanced Power Options>Sleep settings.

Then set sleep to 1 minute to see if it sleeps correctly. If so, add back Hibernate at 2 minutes to see if it sequences correctly. If so, set these at your preferred timeouts.

If problems persist, check your Performance log to see what is hanging at time of hibernation/sleep: troubleshooting steps

If running through the troubleshooting steps given above don't help, use the tool which the Pro's use to trace sleep/hibernate hangs: Trace Windows 7 boot-shutdown-hibernate-standby-resume issues - MSFN Forums

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Occasion of BSOD's:
I've been getting BSOD's, but only after the PC has been sleeping for a significant amount of time. There is no specific time of day, only upon wakeup from a long sleep (will not happen after a short sleep, must sleep several hours).

More information:
-In the problem reports section there are two preceding video hardware errors right before "windows shut down unexpectedly."
-When the BSOD occurs the text is unreadable

I've already done the following to no avail:
-Updated the onboard video driver
-Removed options for hibernation or hybrid sleep
-Found no crashes occur when computer is left on several hours but with sleep disabled
-Found no crash upon a short sleep
-Downloaded and installed the Windows Hotfix for systems with SATA drives of 1 TB or larger
-Performed the sfc scannow test and found no errors

Attached are my minidump files and a screenshot of the windows error reports with times in a .zip archive.
FYI the "solution available" from Microsoft is that they are "researching the problem"

Any ideas?

AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE
Asus M4A785TD-V EVO BIOS 0602 PCB 1.01G
Hitachi 1TB SATA

A:BSOD upon wakeup from long sleep

  
Quote: Originally Posted by amdlover


Occasion of BSOD's:
I've been getting BSOD's, but only after the PC has been sleeping for a significant amount of time. There is no specific time of day, only upon wakeup from a long sleep (will not happen after a short sleep, must sleep several hours).

More information:
-In the problem reports section there are two preceding video hardware errors right before "windows shut down unexpectedly."
-When the BSOD occurs the text is unreadable

I've already done the following to no avail:
-Updated the onboard video driver
-Removed options for hibernation or hybrid sleep
-Found no crashes occur when computer is left on several hours but with sleep disabled
-Found no crash upon a short sleep
-Downloaded and installed the Windows Hotfix for systems with SATA drives of 1 TB or larger
-Performed the sfc scannow test and found no errors

Attached are my minidump files and a screenshot of the windows error reports with times in a .zip archive.
FYI the "solution available" from Microsoft is that they are "researching the problem"

Any ideas?

AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE
Asus M4A785TD-V EVO BIOS 0602 PCB 1.01G
Hitachi 1TB SATA


I am afraid I am going to be of little help. These crashes all point to the directx portion of your video driver. I can only suggest you
go to mfr site and get the un-install tool to remove all remnants of the current driver. You may need to install an... Read more

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Just ran into this strange issue with my W540 - Every memory test I run when the machine is docking failed with the W1Q2T87MS-FRSBN1 codeThis problem accrues only when the W540 is in the docking stationProduct: 20BG001XIVBIOS: 2.29 

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Recently i purchased a ideapad 500(80NT00PAIN) from amazon site and i installed windows 8 and all the required drivers.But frequently it goes to i don't know what the hell mode is that. It is not sleep mode since the light on power button is not blinking. All the light are stable and the keyboard is working fine but the display is not resuming back from blank screen. I searched a solution for this problem for almost 2 days but with no luck. Please suggest a solution ASAP since this is a new laptop i can go for replacement if it is due to some hardware fault.

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Hi! I'm just new here, I have a problem about my laptop (Presario CQ40-416AU) when waking it up from sleep, I set a password for my login and I required the password when resuming from sleep but it shows password error everytime I tried to login.. what could be the problem? Thanks

W7 64 Ultimate
Amd Turion x2

A:Laptop Sleep then wakeup password error

Are you sure you're trying to login with the same account you set the password for?

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Greetings,

I purchased am HP Mini 110 netbook three weeks ago to use in school while I leave my heavier and bigger laptop at home.

It came with Win7 Starter, but I took the (bad) decision of installing an illegitimate copy of Win7 Home Premium because I found starter somewhat clunky.

I downloaded the ISO from a torrent and created a bootable USB. I just run the installer from Windows itself and the installation took about 45 minutes. After that I installed the drivers and everything went fine for a week. I also used the ''activator' that came with the torrent.

This Friday, as I resumed from sleep, the system froze as I put my password for a few seconds and soon after I got a BSOD and the computer shut off. As it rebooted I got a message saying that no OS is installed and that no HD is detected. I attempted to run some diagnostic tests through the BIOS but it tells me that not HD is detected. I even attempted to install Ubuntu and it doesn't detect a drive either.

I already talked to HP costumer service and they'll soon come to pick up the netbook to get it serviced, but meanwhile, I sent it to a technician to find out what is wrong with it. The news I got from him were that the HD was completely dead.

Previously, I had unplugged the HD to make sure the ribbon was not lose and plugged it again.

Now, I am in this dilemma: Would my HP warranty void if they find out I installed a pirated OS which arguably caused the hardware to fail?

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A:BSOD after wakeup from sleep, won't detect drive now

Hiyya and welcome Ig mate you have been a bad person nothing in life is for free mate.

Now if it hasn't destroyed the original install altogether and I suspect it may have try a factory default to get the thing to boot from the factory created partition.

Power up and tap the F10 key it should take you into a reinstall / repair mode but I wouldn't be holding my breath to be honest.

Just as a tip mate and it is up to you if you listen to an old head on old shoulders - ask before you do stuff like that and here is just the right place. It will save you a lot of grief if not money.

As the man says in here the only dumb question is the one that isn't asked.

Let us know how you go.

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waketup form sleep mode , wifi disconnect , earphone 3.5mm port no sound  and keyboard light buttom dosn't work , I have already updated all lanovo and window driver . How to fix it

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This has been happening for a while but it only ever happens after wake-up from sleep and it's back up again in 5 seconds flat so it's never bothered me too much.

If I catch the error I believe it's PFN_LIST_CORRUPT. Running Windbg on the minidumps gives a range of causes, memory_corruptions, fileinfo.sys, ntkrnlmp.exe

Apparently this is either bad memory or driver. I ran memtester86 for 8 passes and my memory came up clear so I'm thinking bad drivers. I followed the instructions for driver verifier but unfortunately my system will BSOD when booting with DRIVER VERIFIER IO MANAGER VIOLATION error so I have to enter safe mode and disable it.

Brief specs:
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770K CPU @ 3.50GHz, 3501 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 8 Logical Processor(s)
System Model Z87X-UD3H
Memory 16GB Kingston DDR3
GTX 780 Ti
Windows 8.1 Version 6.3.9600 Build 9600

I have attached 2 minidumps, one is a "regular" BSOD and the other is what I get when booting with driver verifier enabled. If anyone could take a look that would be great.

A:Windows 8.1 BSOD on wakeup after sleep PFN_LIST_CORRUPT

Hi Onkeh & Welcome to the forums ^_^,

I have analyzed your dump files and below has been provided an analysis of the same for informative purposes :-

Code:
**************************Sat Aug 30 07:14:35.628 2014 (UTC + 5:30)**************************Probably caused by : ntkrnlmp.exe ( nt!ViGenericDriverEntry+0 )

BugCheck C9, {21f, fffff8038aa92934, ffffcf80500a0dc0, 0}
BugCheck Info: DRIVER_VERIFIER_IOMANAGER_VIOLATION (c9)

BUGCHECK_STR: 0xc9_21f

PROCESS_NAME: System

FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: 0xc9_21f_VRF_nt!ViGenericDriverEntry

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????``
**************************Wed Aug 27 18:39:40.698 2014 (UTC + 5:30)**************************
Probably caused by : ntkrnlmp.exe ( nt! ?? ::FNODOBFM::`string'+26fae )

BugCheck 4E, {2, 182413, 42efff, 2}
BugCheck Info: PFN_LIST_CORRUPT (4e)

BUGCHECK_STR: 0x4E_2

PROCESS_NAME: MpSigStub.exe

FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: 0x4E_2_nt!_??_::FNODOBFM::_string_

MaxSpeed: 3500

CurrentSpeed: 3500

BIOS Version F8

BIOS Release Date 01/17/2014

Manufacturer Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.

Product Name Z87X-UD3H

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????``


Below is a list of the 3rd party drivers present on your system :-

Code:
**************************Sat Aug 30 07:14:35.628 2014 (UTC + 5:30)**************************
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Win7 Ultimate x64 on a HP DC7600 w/4GB and a big drive.
This system has been rock-stable for nearly 2 years now and is my one point of stability in an otherwise lab-ish environment where I work on other people's issues...

Recently, like one week ago, I come in to the office early per normal, and hit the keyboard to wakeup my trusty system and nothing happened except the disk activity LED lit up as the system attempted to wake [I assume], but the screen remained sound asleep and nothing I could do would get access to the system. I finally had to resort to a forced power off [hold the p/s button]. When the system rebooted, it went into "Resuming Windows" mode, which quite surprised me. it tried to reboot and failed. Shut down again, and the next time it went to debug mode, ran chkdsk, came up clean, and started Win7 normally. I checked the error log and there was nothing there except the obvious, that I had triggered abrupt shutdown of a number of processes. In the time prior to me messing with it, there were no remarkable events in the log.

Subsequent to that event, a similar issue is now persistent: the system will no longer awaken from sleep by simply touching keys or touchpad or any of that. It will come back if I give a one-push power button, which is different behaviour than the system previously showed. WHAT HAPPENED? Why the change?

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A:First Failure in 2 years: Sleep/Wakeup Failures. Why?

Registry scanners can be troublesome. The ONLY one I trust with my registry is CCleaner. It has never once caused problems on any pc ive ran it on. I have run it on hundreds of pc's for customers and users.
Also, check your sleep/wake and Hibernation settings.

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