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Posted 02 April 2013 - 13:15
UEFI is set to S3 with other Wake Up options disabled, I have turned the setting down to S1 for a while with no change.
Did you try what Detection sasid about setting the right sleep save settings? I think you need it to be set to AS3 or something... (forget what it is, haven't messed with it lately)
Thanks to the EggXpert review program, I've had a new router and switch enter the home lately that did not have any impact on the issue (good or bad).
you may want to focus your trouble shooting around the nic. for it to kill the internet to the whole house something's not right. if it were me that would cause me to take action like unplugging that box and take it somewhere else like someones else's house and see if plugging it in their network causes the same issue (new cable). then you can go home and trouble the real problem if its not the box.
modem, router, cable on and on
Posted 03 April 2013 - 03:06
Posted 05 April 2013 - 02:16
The original issue:
My PC can go to sleep, but when it wakes I get a series of short beeps that I lose count of around the 20 mark. The system power cycles itself and repeats. I have to flip the switch on the PSU to turn it off for a few minutes before it will start properly.
Posted 05 April 2013 - 14:21
Posted 05 April 2013 - 21:29
I have (I neglected to list it above) and everything came back clean, no errors were seen.
Have you tried running Memtest86+? It may be a problem with your RAM. Like it doesn't fully back it up.
Posted 22 December 2014 - 17:40
The holiday giveaway reminded me that I never responded to this with the solution. It turns out it was the fancy Razer driver package that syncs settings to the cloud. Once I rolled that back to a previous, non-cloud based version my PC sleeps and wakes without issue. I'm running version 1.18 now and ignoring all the driver update alerts.