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Hibernate and standby doesnt go like it should!


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Sometimes when i Hibernate or go to Standby, my screen goes blank but the computer is still on! Is it hardware problem or something? Is something damages in the computer or can i fix it somehow?
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could someone please help?
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What are you expecting the computer to do, go quiet?
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yup. The machine should kinda stop running u know. Its like hanging when i hibernate or go standby.
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If you go to Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Event viewer

Check the three catagories on the left side and see if there are any events with a red X that corrospond to the times when you have had problems and post them up.
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Im not sure of the time and stuff, but i found some errors that may have occured when i tried to hibernate.

Error - service control manager.
Error - DCOM

That say anything to you?
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It would help more if I knew the event id and description of the error.
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Type: Error
Source: Service Control Manager
Event: 7026 (and 7001[some other same error but different Event id])

Type: Error
Source: DCOM
Event: 10005
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http://www.eventid.n...d...ger&phase=1


Check out that link, and let me know if any of those suggestions help.
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that service control manager error has stoped coming, so i checked out some other errors but none of them relate to my problem.
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that service control manager error has stoped coming, so i checked out some other errors but none of them relate to my problem.

EDIT: sorry for doubleposting but a floodcontrol message came so i posted again!

Edited by Slider92, 24 August 2006 - 09:23 AM.

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