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Hope this helps, it worked for me! i5-4590 | Kingston 2x8GB | Asus Strix GTX 970 | Asus Z97-Pro Gamer | WD Black 2TB | Windows 10 Top winintnvd Gerbil In Training Posts: 1 Joined: Fri Feb The machine is a desktop with no onboard video if I recall the mb spec. if i try it by just moving the mouse, the LEDs on my keyboard, mouse, and case all turn on, but nothign happens until I hit the power button to get a fantastic read

One time I did get it to crash while running the driver Verifier application while copying files from one folder to another. This update resolves some streaming issues that are related to Media Foundation. Is this normal, or should I ask for a replacement? The backlight was on, but the screen was black. https://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/36142-black-screen-when-waking-sleep-mode-legacy-hw.html

Here is my debug file generated by SF, i opened it with windbg(64 bit) and it says "Probably caused by : ntoskrnl.exe ( nt+5a440 )" it seems a system application ,how My machine "Run VGABIOS if S3 Resume" was set to "Auto" (choices were "Auto", "yes", or "no"). It *could* be drivers but I'm currently running all the Win7-friendly latest versions of most things I can find. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!).

Everything worked how it was supposed to.... A few weeks ago, small areas of corruption started appearing on the log-in screenon waking up from Sleep or Hibernate mode. The system seems to restore everything without an error, except that the display is blanked. I will go ahead and do the test anyway, but any other suggestions are much appreciated!

The timing of the start of the problem, immediately following that major upgrade, is awfully suspicious given that all was fine before it. View 3 Replies View Related Black Screen After Coming Out Of Sleep / Hibernation Oct 8, 2013 Windows 8 installation. No amber light is elicited to indicate sleep, but instead the blue light indicating my screen is still active remains lit. http://newwikipost.org/topic/1t6C6QhtRwqhd0Ix3wEGacKDYlFoD2lK/Black-screen-after-sleep-mode.html Then the back light goes out.

I could never consistently recreate the issue. My solution was lots of patience on letting the Windows Resume do its thing. About ready to return it. I have Dell laptop with Core i7, and ATI 4570 video card, I have windows 7 ultimate x64 installed and have installed the 10.6 ATI driver, and I think I have

I don't expect the Prevx tool to do much for either of you here. In fact it is much improved - as the errors in updating, and disk cleaning have all been rectified, and now getting a 30 second power on to working desktop BIOS! And, finally, it's not just the chipset (although that is a major factor). I have updated the ATI drivers(update but this did not help). (Installing HP drivers seems to be the fix) This must be a software issue - windows is directing the back

My system is a HP DC7600, 4GB, 250GB drive, nvidia graphics. read this article Click "Change plan settings" and then "Change advanced power settings". But for the HTPC project I bought an Intel board, Sandy Bridge i3, fitted the same 4GB memory from before to it and installed the Win 7 home premium. Do you by chance have another video card you can try?

Case Silver with a neat Samsung logo Cooling sub-par, gotta get around to working on it soon Worked on it - still sub-par! :( Hard Drives One Samsung 1tB drive - What I can do for now is changing the settings to turn off display after 5 hours, and choose High Performance for power option in control panel. So, I see there are many posts about black screens and sleep modes but I haven't found the solution for Nforce3 motherboard AGP setups yet. find this All rights reserved Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Browser Compatibility Windows 10 Forums Forums > Windows 10 Forums > Windows 10 Support > Unable to wake up from sleep

This also died after a few days under exactly the same circumstances (and Win 7) Survived a few days then dead one morning. View 5 Replies View Related Safe Mode Is Black Screen With Blinking Mouse - Windows 8.1 Sep 15, 2014 I am using Windows 8.1 with all the latest updates. Thank you Noinoi!EXTRA info:Of course I tried everything else mentioned above.

Pretty sure this is the problem - ie a hardware compatibility/driver power issues with login and waking up, but being as Fujitsu haven't even released their desk update tool for easy

nothing fixed the black screen from happening during resume from sleep. Old one: Intel Pentium 4 @ 3Ghz, 2GB DDR Ram, Nvidia 7600GS - AGP type. It does it in safe mode and in Clean Boot with non-Microsoft services disabled. Dave Smith, Jul 29, 2015 #1 Advertisements Ianrod65 Joined: Jul 30, 2015 Messages: 6 Likes Received: 0 I'm having the same issue with 10 pro following the upgrade from 7 pro.

I believe if you see a cursor then that may be what some people are referring to as the 'black screen of death' (?!). My Fix: Control Panel -> Power Options -> Choose what closing the lid does (left navigation) -> Make sure option 3 is set to "Hibernate" for both on battery and plugged It happened right after I woke my laptop up from sleep mode. http://sortpictures.net/black-screen/safe-mode-black-screen-windows-10.html solved Windows 8.1 wake up from sleep mode weird issue solved computer blue screens after wake up from sleep mode solved Black Screen when don't do anything for long time on

I do not see this problem using hibernate. I googled around and the explanation was basically something like Windows expecting monitors connected by HDMI to be 'external' or 'secondary' displays which get removed when the cable is disconnected, and Black screen awaits in every wake up. I did some searching and some folks suggested updating the graphics driver.

No Login / Black Screen With Mouse Cursor Even In Safe Mode Safe Mode Is Black Screen With Blinking Mouse - Windows 8.1 Debugging :: Windows 8 Crash Randomly When Entering Memory upgraded to 12 gB from 8 gB Graphics Card has switchable - Intel/ATI - Used wrong drivers, now ATI card is inop :( Will have to fix it soon! I've heard of Security Essentials causing problems with Black Screen of Death, but it's possible it's only one of many triggers for a deeper problem. Mingy, Aug 3, 2015 #8 Natalie likes this.

Core i7-4790K @ 4.6 GHz | ASUS Z97-E/USB3.1 | 16GB DDR3-2133 MHz 9-10-10-29 @ 1.505mV | XFX Radeon RS RX 480 8GB | Samsung 850 EVO 250GB (Boot) | Intel 520 Specs: MOBO: MSI Z87-G45CPU: Intel i7 4770kRAM: Kingston HyperX Black 8GB 1600MhzGPU: Asus GTX680 DirectCuII Top EditionWIFI: Asus PCE-AC68 Wireless Card View 3 Replies View Related Waking From Sleep Mode Delayed Second and subsequent sleeps fail to turn display on. Top biffzinker Gerbil Jedi Posts: 1919 Joined: Tue Mar 21, 2006 3:53 pm Location: Anchorage, Alaska Re: Display does not turn on when waking up from sleep, win1 Quote #10

What I have discovered is if I re-close the lid, repeat plugging the power in and removing it seval times, then opening the lid the back light activates. This morning, on Waking, the screen flashed momentarily with the corruption and then went blank. It's a quite tricky scenario, and I'm wondering if it's the fault of the video driver, the chipset driver, or the OS. Newegg page: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127406 Saturday, April 24, 2010 4:22 PM 0 Sign in to vote I was able to correct this issue by enabling hardware assisted virtualization in the bios setup options

I checked to make sure it wasn't the video card. When I first installed Win 7, screen was always blank after sleep/hibernate. ie sleep mode locks everything up doesn't give access to the login screen and causes the nessesity for a reboot often with the prelogin screen & screensplash screen hanging. I've read through this entire thread and suprised and outraged no Microsoft employee hasn't come here and said something.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010 8:36 AM 0 Sign in to vote No cursor for me. This was never a problem for years with this computer and the only updates to anything system related (drivers etc) was from the Windows updates so I am pretty sure that