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Because sleep trouble is a compatibility issue rather than one with the drive itself, we don't know how effective that would ultimately be. I've tried fresh formats multiple times... Is there any other way to get you a diagnostic file? If you have more than one stick of memory installed, you might try testing your S3 recovery with only one stick installed at a time. http://scanrelief.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-going-to-sleep.html

Certain manufacturers are working on solutions, and while there are many suggestions floating around on how to make the blue screens stop, no one of them works for every setup. I spent the next 24 hours rushing to fix it. Thread Tools Search this Thread 04-19-2012, 06:16 AM #1 Hydroflux Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2012 Posts: 3 OS: Windows 7 SP1 So here is my problem; I know The first step is always to make sure your drivers and firmware are up to date.

Moved SSD w/ Windows Install from SATA3 ports (Marvell) to SATA2 ports (Intel), no change. No luck; and I was getting artifacts during POST. And my previous driver fix isn't doing anything this time. The power light blinks as if it's in standby...

then tried to tell me my computer isn't windows 10 compatible... My Asus ROG G750JS is a great machine ... I used display driver uninstaller to remove and reinstall both my built in graphics drivers... I had display artifacts and, what I would describe as 8-bit, red, scrolling overlay over my monitors.

What could it be? If you're in the market for an SSD, we wouldn't recommend making this issue your primary purchase criteria, but it is worth thinking about--particularly if you can't function without sleep mode. An example of a similar situation would be SoundBlaster Live sound cards that seemed to have compatibility issues with Intel chipsets several years ago, a problem that turned out to be http://newwikipost.org/topic/nLiDTUBIRcpb9GiHaPVSseebBOosEMyp/BSOD-When-resuming-from-s3-sleep-state.html Many laptops, including MacBooks and MacBook Pros, have had problems not with sleep, but specifically with hibernate mode, which automatically kicks in when the computers are asleep and very low on

We attempted to get in contact with a few different manufacturers of affected SSDs, but received little response. On a previous windows 10 build... For some manufacturers, the sleep issues appear to be getting a little out of control: OCZ has discouraged customers with their SSD drives from using sleep or hibernate on laptops at Or, I happened to get a dud card, with the same symptoms as my old one, and the universe is screwing with me.

That was my thought, as it is years old, and I've tested every other component save the MB. https://support.lenovo.com/my/en/documents/ht072885 This problem has been something ive struggled with endlessly. My laptop keeps going in standby mode randomly after windows 10 update in Performance & Maintenance my pc keeps going into sleep mode randomly, doesnt matter what i am doing. Once I got a driver error popup, but usually I don't.

The first time it booted up I was able to log in but got a... this content I want to remove any possibility of this being a hardware problem by doing a fresh install with a downloaded copy of Win... Since this is an acknowledged issue, many manufacturers using SandForce controllers, including Corsair, are happy to swap out drives that are having sleep problems. Forum New Posts FAQ Tutorial Index Tutorials Join Us Forum Windows 10 Forums Performance & Maintenance Windows 10: From standby S3 mode, resume is a fresh boot...

If so, what causes it? However, drives that fail on a problem system work fine on other systems. The problem persists. weblink Forgot to mention that part.

However, some brands like Corsair have openly acknowledged that a nontrivial percentage of their customers have encountered this problem, and they are working to fix it. But I'd prefer S3 sleep so I can wake the computer with USB devices or my keyboard. BSOD - when trying to resume from sleep mode - CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED in BSOD Crashes and Debugging While running a fresh install of Windows 10, when the computer tries to resume from

Its a clean install, I updated all drivers available on the asus site; all windows updates are applied, and SSD is updated as well.

I've tried realtek audio drivers... Microsoft managed to destroy my partition table trying to help me. No amount of changing drivers helped. Casey Johnston Casey Johnston is the former Culture Editor at Ars Technica, and now does the occasional freelance story.

We were able to find some official acknowledgement and explanation of the problem online: in a technical support forum for Corsair, one tech support staff member backed a statement last August airplane mode tray icon (& speaker) not working with hibernate/resume in General Support With the new airplane tray icon, I find that after I resume from a hibernate the icon is Got it home, flawless install, but same problem; whenever I came back and woke it from S3 sleep, I would get hangs, extreme artifacts, and full plain coloured screens (no BSODs http://scanrelief.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-relogging-from-sleep-mode.html Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Support Windows 8, 8.1 Support Windows 7, Vista Support

I did a clean install, updated everything, same problem. Do SSDs have issues with sleep and/or hibernate (or hybrid-sleep) mode? It's unfortunate that the waking issues happen with SandForce drives in particular, as their controllers' benchmarks show that they perform very well compared to other controllers that have not exhibited sleep OWC's newest firmware for their drives is meant to resolve this hibernation problem.

Your California Privacy Rights. EDIT: And power settings are set not to put the SSD to sleep, though with no spin up time, there shouldn't be a problem anyways. The computer put together in the recent Ask Ars DIY series packs a Corsair Force series SSD and still sees the occasional BSOD on wake, despite our attempts to implement many IP Mess I need help my phone won't turn on Network Status Page » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times

The Intel search returns virtually nothing relevant, while search results for other brands are filled with forum posts by SSD owners confused about the sleep-induced blue-screens or restarts.) The biggest source BUILD i5-760 (Not Overclocked) ASUS P7P55D-E Pro (Newest BIOS Revision) Win7 Pro (Legit) AMD Radeon 6870 (XFX, Dual Fan) 120GB Mushkin SSD (Newest Firmware, & Problem happened on old Agility 2 Who knows? My computer enters standby as normal...

Thx in advance! But that fix is useless this time. Could the PSU be causing this? I've replaced my CMOS battery, I've re-flashed my bios.

My Dell laptop has been nothing but a pain since day 1. Both OWC and Corsair released new firmware versions in the last few months that fixed the SSD sleep problems for many users. We're a little leery of the term "compatibility issue." It is likely that a hardware-software interaction is causing the waking problems, but it could easily be coming from a firmware, driver, Just updated to the anniversary update...

Those BSODs then began happening without putting the computer into sleep mode; but with an added twist. Who knows? My thoughts are PSU or MB. It gets messed up again...