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Thread: My fans keep spinning when I put the computer to sleep




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    Default My fans keep spinning when I put the computer to sleep

    All the fans including the CPU, case, and psu fan. I went into the bios, and into ACPI, but there is no option for S3 sleep. Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: My fans keep spinning when I put the computer to sleep

    Hi abc,

    Please post your computer specs, so that we can better help you.

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    Default Re: My fans keep spinning when I put the computer to sleep

    thanks for replying, this is my specs:

    CPU - Athlon II x2 245 2.9ghz
    MB - N68C-S UCC updated to latest bios v1.50
    RAM - 1x Kingston 2GB DDR3 1333
    PSU - COOLMAX CX-400B 400W
    HDD- WD 500GB
    Case - APEX TX- 381
    Last edited by abc def; 03-25-2011 at 11:50 PM.

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    Default Re: My fans keep spinning when I put the computer to sleep

    Can you please post what Operating system you are using. Windows Vista, 7???

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    Default Re: My fans keep spinning when I put the computer to sleep

    Oh yes sorry, it is Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit

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    Default Re: My fans keep spinning when I put the computer to sleep

    Dear abc def,

    Please kindly adjust "Suspend To RAM" to [Auto] under BIOS and then try again.
    ( BIOS/ Advanced/ ACPI Configuration/ Suspend To RAM)

    Thanks~

    Have a nice day
    ASRock TSD
    Emily

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