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    Default Re: S3 Sleep Problem With My P35 Board

    spec - just tried your settings with no difference. Thanks for trying.

    lsdmeasap - I re-ran powercfg -devicequery wake_armed and nothing shows up as being able to wake the system. Wake by mouse and Keyboard is definitely set in BIOS. Is this a clue?
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    spec - just tried your settings with no difference. Thanks for trying.

    lsdmeasap - I re-ran powercfg -devicequery wake_armed and nothing shows up as being able to wake the system. Wake by mouse and Keyboard is definitely set in BIOS. Is this a clue?
    Just a shot in the dark,
    Go into device manager and find your mouse, right click and click "properties". Then click on the "power management" tab, and make sure that "Allow this device to wake the computer" is checked.
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    @CpuMan - in my case there is no power management tab in Mouse properties.

    @jgarland - the only device I have displayed in the powercfg query is the HDMI Audio!

    Anyway, keeping the FSB clock equal or less than 333MHz I am able to use the S3 sleep mode.

    Another interesting effect using that mild OC is the fact that, under restart, the power supply and or MB did not turn off the fans so, the restart event is more fast.
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    Default Re: S3 Sleep Problem With My P35 Board

    Ya, I would be looking into your Mouse and KB issue. IS these PS/2 or USB?

    SVC, you using S1 or S3, if S3 fans should for sure go off

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    Thanks for all the great suggestions folks but keep in mind that my system (hard drives, fans, ect) wakes up from S3 sleep just fine. Its the monitor that does not recover. It stays black. When this happens I have to turn the system off, kill the power, and then restart - at which point Vista does a normal boot. I get the BIOS screen, then a screen which shows "Resuming", and then the desktop appears.
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    Yea it is strange that resuming from S3 works fine when at stock settings but not when even mildly overclocked.

    I guess you have already done the obvious and made sure you locked the pcie bus at 100mhz.

    It might be a issue with your video card or video driver's? It's hard to say. If others with the same set up are not having the same problem then it has to be something unique to your set up.

    S3 sleep works flawless on the GA-965P-DS3 rev 3.3 I have, running Vista x64. Your Gigabyte P35 board should be similar. So there should be a way to get it working.
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    Mind posting a picture of your vista power settings, like I posted on page 2

    It could be anything, but this is not the BIOS S3 sleep issue for sure, just so you for sure know. The S3 sleep issue caused by BIOS problems would cause a hard crash when trying to resume, always that.

    I say anything for a few reasons, main one being you say your powercfg -devicequery wake_armed shows nothing to wake your system which is strange in itself since you say it wakes up fine. Could be your card needs a bit more voltage as well. Could also be issues with your ram not fully being compatible and therefore stopping the full resume from ram to work properly

    I do know when I first started using vista, I found my monitor to do the same until I figured out all the sleep and power settings

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    Mind posting a picture of your vista power settings, like I posted on page 2
    Nothing has changed. Still set the same way you instructed in post #14

    As for my video card, its connected to the PSU using a 6-pin connector lead from the PSU. I even plugged in the 4 pin molex on the MB which is required if you are running a 2nd card (I am not) and that did not help.

    I have tried each and every setting tweak mentioned in this thread, plus tweaks suggested from other forums, and the monitor still won't wake from sleep. I have also tried 4 different driver packages for my Vid Card - all to no avail. I suspect that this motherboard does not like my GPU. Are any of you folks using the same card as me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post

    SVC, you using S1 or S3, if S3 fans should for sure go off

    What I said was with moderate OC and if commanding a RESTART the fans never stop so all OS reloading process is done much faster.
    With heavy OC (3.8 to 4.0GHz) the same RESTART do a complete shutdown stopping all fans and then start loading the OS.
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    Hmmm Strange indeed? Not a sleep issue, but just restart then? Very odd

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