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I ran Process Explorer and during the high CPU usage it reports that the file iaStor.sys is what's causing it. With or without a spliter? It didn't even bother to suspend it after the fact (gee, thanks), leaving the system to keep running until either it ran out of battery or something broke due to running Is that what you've got, or if you click on the "Driver Details" button in that tab, does it show another driver or an additional driver?

Quote JacobDrivers View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Posts : 17 Windows 10 Pro x64 New 28 Jan 2016 #6 essenbe said: Jacob, I moved the double View 3 Replies Satellite A505 S6005 Not Coming Out Of Sleep / Hibernation After Upgrade Oct 7, 2015 Ever since I upgraded from Win 7 to Win 10 my laptop (Satellite I am trying to specifically distinguish between "mouse" (being a USB Mouse) and "touchpad" (being the built-in touchpad) in my postings. Also power leds are lit as if computer is turned on. https://www.tenforums.com/drivers-hardware/38681-cpu-fan-slows-almost-halt-after-waking-up-sleep-hibernation.html

That is, one that can result in physical damage to the end user's computer and/or permanent data loss. OS: Windows 10 Enterprise and Pro/Windows 7 Enterprise/Linux Mint CPU: i7-5930K Motherboard: Asus X99 Deluxe Memory: 16GB G Skill DDR4-2800 Graphics Card: EVGA GTX 980 Classified Sound Card: On Board Monitor(s) Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Asus ROG Rampage IV extreme motherboard based homemade system. My latest hypothesis involves the ODD driver installed by Roxio CinePlayer, but I don't have the proof.

BTW if you would just switch to Linux you wouldn't have the annoying 3am updates Kurt says: October 12, 2007 at 6:50 am Theres a point: "Consider that for a portable If not, I'd try uninstalling applications to see if I could find the one responsible. I tried fiddling around with the power settings: disabling hydrid hibernate, disabling USB selective suspend and also disallowed my mouse to wake the computer (Through device manager) and uninstalled the power4gear The proposed resolution of this particular issue involves a rather complicated registry edit or removal of the Intel RST driver.

On a side track, Someone said that popping open the dvd door unlocked the machine when this happened to him.. EDIT: Just wanted to add that I can confirm what was reported earlier, this only seems to be a problem if left in sleep/hibernate for some period of time. The first time it froze, I said, "Okay, what the heck, I'll pop the stupid door and nothing'll happen." I had been in the middle of sending an email, when it http://www.bigresource.com/Windows_10-Drivers-Hardware-CPU-Fan-slows-to-almost-halt-after-waking-up-from-sleep-hibernation-6lEBwZ.html Supercomputer04-28-2012, 08:25 PMI don't believe it.

I get the impression it is only DVD and not Blueray drives. After reboot Dr.Debug showed error 55 (ram not installed), and then system turned to be dead. Linux is not just for servers anymore - the desktop will be conquered soon as well. :) Ofcourse, if you are a developer for Windows, dependent for example on .NET, it But it would take a whole lot to make me want to deal with switching everything I use on a daily basis over to a different OS.

Simply put, this should not be an issue. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-3108178/bsod-waking-hibernate.html One is a Windows 7 sticker with my product key, and the other is an ASUS sticker with my serial number and CN I dont see and mention of warranty BrodyBoy03-28-2012, it's set to roughly 90% of maximum speed right now which to me is the ideal balance between noise and cooling (cpu at 50 *C idle, 60 *C 100% load, fan I use a fan controller, so I don't have that problem.

Nitwit says: October 8, 2007 at 10:44 am Here's an idea…….TURN OFF AUTOMATIC UPDATING! Purists might berate me for not suggesting an embedded system, but honestly, I don't touch these things either - if I need windows, I'll just boot it. Yet NO program is running that would cause this. if you use a dock at work.

That is why they haven't updated this video driver on the ASUS web site since then. I am starting to feel that the problem is solved. {It has not been long enough to say Absolutely, but confidence is increasing with every day } I did not need This, along with the default of restarting the system after automatic update installation, should indeed be changed. Don't get me wrong, there's plenty of stuff that bugs me about Vista and Windows - and I'm not happy about a lot of those problems - but they're at this

more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science See http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?11133-How-would-you-prefer-a-drivers-page&p=78023&viewfull=1#post78023 If I was in your situation, I would attempt a clean boot and see if you can reproduce the issue. Not only does my f730US not go to sleep when I close the lid, but when I try too open it, it won't resume.

Event Viewer shows the same Error 41 after every reboot.

Using powercfg -lastwake does not show a cause but looking at system events I can that there are a series of events each day starting at 08:59:31. I am now getting other weird signs when it wakes from sleep. This is the default setting! Have you used other Utilities to check fan speed and temps?

Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: essenbe custom build # 'I lost count'. Even that was annoyingly slow to sleep, although if you resume from suspend instead of power off it does circumvent the slow resume problem.) Obviously, if it's the only option, I'll nksingh says: September 21, 2007 at 3:12 am Thanks for opening a support incident. When power breaks0Hibernation: computer shuts down completely, but powers back up in a couple of seconds1Windows 7 sleep/hibernate not working with dual boot0Hibernation not working: steps to debug why0Sleep mode vs.

If you look at the Speedfan screenshot and notice that Temp3 is -128C, I can assure you that is not correct. View 2 Replies BSOD :: Freezes When Waking Up From Sleep Oct 11, 2015 With my new build computer, I am having serious problems with the sleep function. So, take that as my own $0.02, but I figure it's worth a shot. in General Support Hello.

I'll report back in a while, but it looks like this may be the workaround, at least for me. Remove the battery and hold the Power On button down for 30 seconds. I'm assuming Temp 2 is my north/south bridge on the mainboard. DId you uninstall the Trend Micro Antivirus Trial?

I love this laptop - played some games on it today and it was awesome, and it's the best performing laptop (when it works) I've ever had...