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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho101 View Post
    As for S3 sleep, I've given up on that ever working, at least on the P45-UD3x(x) series (all boards inc the UD3LR etc have had issues from people's reports). Hybernate works OK for me though.
    well for me, for some reason neither Hibernate nor S3 are working. Both result in the machine going "brain dead" and never waking back up. S1 sleep works but is basically useless. I would like to get Hibernate working- any ideas why it wouldn't be working??

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    It's difficult to say. The same kind of tweaks to try and get S3 going, like setting as many BIOS options off auto as possible, adding a little more ICH Core and ICH I/O voltage (can help if USB is the source of resume problems) etc.

    As with S3, it can be a hit and miss thing. I was fortunate in that Hibernate just worked for me regardless of settings. I'd rather have S3 though, as I have an 80GB SSD and 4 GB of space is 5% of the entire drive. It'll be even worse when I get my OCZ Vertex as I could only afford a 30GB model. That may be the deciding factor when choosing which one will be the boot drive.

    Do you get any entries in Windows error logs etc with regards to the sleep or hibernate failure? Even if nothing is writing to the log after the PC sleeps/hibernates it may have encountered errors before going into the triggered state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckman212 View Post
    well for me, for some reason neither Hibernate nor S3 are working. Both result in the machine going "brain dead" and never waking back up. S1 sleep works but is basically useless. I would like to get Hibernate working- any ideas why it wouldn't be working??
    This is interesting because hibernation is S5 realy, it is a pure OS feature, has nothing to do with BIOS.
    However, I know that my board, if not shut down properly, e.g. after power outage or if I force shutdown by pressing the power button for more than few seconds the motherboard will boot loop when powered up.
    Does hibernation complete successfully?

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    Quote Originally Posted by legala View Post
    just wondering where is the BIOS for my motherboard

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    Hey Stasio i have the 790XT UD4P im running F6 bios, its been awhile since there has been any updated bios, is there a new beta ? or a new bios in the works for this board ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckman212 View Post
    well for me, for some reason neither Hibernate nor S3 are working. Both result in the machine going "brain dead" and never waking back up. S1 sleep works but is basically useless. I would like to get Hibernate working- any ideas why it wouldn't be working??
    did you turn on hibernate in windows? as in activate it? its normally off by default.

    hibernate basically takes everything in your ram and writes it in a one large,easy to read file on the harddrive. Then it shuts down your pc. When you turn on your pc, it loads significantly faster because

    1) all the data is in the same place on the HD
    2) windows doesn't have to go though the full bootup sequence

    there is no reason hibernate should not work for anyone, barring massively obvious hard drive issues and the less obvious not going into cmd run and enabling it.
    Last edited by Sunburn74; 11-15-2009 at 09:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by califmike2003 View Post
    Hey Stasio i have the 790XT UD4P im running F6 bios, its been awhile since there has been any updated bios, is there a new beta ? or a new bios in the works for this board ?
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    still remember your thread with Team Xtreem 1300 and EP45 (106 posts).
    As you know,I posting here BIOS's of mainstream Intel based mobo's.For AMD try to search BIOS on another forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    This is interesting because hibernation is S5 realy, it is a pure OS feature, has nothing to do with BIOS. Does hibernation complete successfully?
    you know, maybe I was just not being patient enough. I tested hibernation again, and whaddya know- it does work. I have 8gb ram and I guess it was just taking a long time to save the `hiberfil.sys` to the C:\ drive. In previous windows versions (at least XP, not sure I ever used hibernate in Vista so i dont remember) there was a progress bar that said "Preparing to hibernate..." and you could see the progress. In Win7, my screens go black immediately and so I have no idea what's going on. I assumed the box had crashed because it really takes about 45-60 seconds from when I push hibernate to when the box powers down.

    In any case, with 8gb, hibernate is also almost completely useless because I can shut down the box completely and restart it back to windows faster than It takes to just hibernate. What I really need is a working S3 sleep. HELLO GIGABYTE this is so ridiculous that we don't have this feature yet.

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    yeah windows 7 just shuts off the screen while hibernating, its quite neat on notebooks, probably not so much for desktops
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckman212 View Post
    you know, maybe I was just not being patient enough. I tested hibernation again, and whaddya know- it does work. I have 8gb ram and I guess it was just taking a long time to save the `hiberfil.sys` to the C:\ drive. In previous windows versions (at least XP, not sure I ever used hibernate in Vista so i dont remember) there was a progress bar that said "Preparing to hibernate..." and you could see the progress. In Win7, my screens go black immediately and so I have no idea what's going on. I assumed the box had crashed because it really takes about 45-60 seconds from when I push hibernate to when the box powers down.

    In any case, with 8gb, hibernate is also almost completely useless because I can shut down the box completely and restart it back to windows faster than It takes to just hibernate. What I really need is a working S3 sleep. HELLO GIGABYTE this is so ridiculous that we don't have this feature yet.
    It should still be faster than full bootup because it directly loads the ram image. I mean on bootup, you can't open a program for a good while, but with hibernate pretty much right away you have a functional desktop ready to go. Its no s3, but it beats booting up. Still Gigabyte should get off their asses. Like I said, my next board will be an Asus pretty much for sure.
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