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    Default Computer Wont Stay In SLEEP Mode-Gigabyte X58A-UD3R

    I thought the sleep issues were ironed out (came from GA-EP45-UD3R) on current Gigabyte boards. My computer A.wont enter sleep mode automatically and B. wont stay in sleep mode if manually put there.

    Does anyone know a remedy for this?

    I did a board search for this issue, and the question is almost always asked...is ur OC stable? Yes my OC is Linx stable.

    Are there settings in my Bios I have to enable?
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    Default Re: Computer Wont Stay In SLEEP Mode-Gigabyte X58A-UD3R

    s3 state has to be enabled for sleep to work and wake on lan has to be disabled to stop it waking up,are you using the latest bios? check in windows too under power options(change when the computer sleeps)
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    Default Re: Computer Wont Stay In SLEEP Mode-Gigabyte X58A-UD3R

    Also if that does not fix it go into power options under balanced. Click change Advanced power settings, then scroll down till you see Multimedia settings. Click the "+" then also next to When sharing media. Set to Allow the computer to sleep when Plugged in.

    That will also prevent windows from entering sleep even if your not sharing media.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    s3 state has to be enabled for sleep to work and wake on lan has to be disabled to stop it waking up,are you using the latest bios? check in windows too under power options(change when the computer sleeps)
    using FA bios, where is the option "wake on lan" in bios? I disabled an option called "power on by ring", S3 is enabled...nothing has helped, it just shuts off and turns right back on.

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    Also if that does not fix it go into power options under balanced. Click change Advanced power settings, then scroll down till you see Multimedia settings. Click the "+" then also next to When sharing media. Set to Allow the computer to sleep when Plugged in.

    That will also prevent windows from entering sleep even if your not sharing media.
    Thanks, but didnt help
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    i think wake on lan is in integrated perepherals,next to green lan ect,
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    Default Re: Computer Wont Stay In SLEEP Mode-Gigabyte X58A-UD3R

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    i think wake on lan is in integrated peripherals,next to green lan ect,
    I see green lan, smart lan but no wake on lan is in the Bios
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    Default Re: Computer Wont Stay In SLEEP Mode-Gigabyte X58A-UD3R

    Check the NIC power options. Make sure only administrative stations can wake it up (magic packet).

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    yes your right wake on lan isnt in the bios according to the manual,im downloading atm so i cant go in and look but im sure ive seen it in there,maybe its in newer bios's?? plzz check and disable pme event wake up too its enabled by default and allows pci-pci-e cards to wake the pc
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    FA bios is kinda old, I would try the latest bios FC1 or FB.
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    Default Re: Computer Wont Stay In SLEEP Mode-Gigabyte X58A-UD3R

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    Check the NIC power options. Make sure only administrative stations can wake it up (magic packet).
    no idea where or what that is

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    yes your right wake on lan isnt in the bios according to the manual,im downloading atm so i cant go in and look but im sure ive seen it in there,maybe its in newer bios's?? plzz check and disable pme event wake up too its enabled by default and allows pci-pci-e cards to wake the pc
    that really is not in my bios (wake on lan), it is not in the newest bios, i did disable pme event wake up...the issue still persists, it goes into sleep for a couple minutes then turns right back on...my old gigabyte ep45-ud3r did the same thing at a certain FSB...remember im running by bclk pretty high for 24/7 (currently set at 213), could a high bclk cause this???

    Quote Originally Posted by aquax View Post
    FA bios is kinda old, I would try the latest bios FC1 or FB.
    went to FC1 same issue
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