Windows Sleep Mode Crashes computer?


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I've had this crash problem on my other machines: win 10 & 7. I ended up keeping the sleep mode off completely back then. With my new HP machine after a rough start, sleep mode worked for many weeks until I updated to 22H2 it seems. The last several crashes when waking up never give dump reports.

I reported my crash and V2 logs in another thread: Recent Crash/Reboot for no reason

Question: Does sleep mode usually cause problems?
 

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I am proceeding through hardware stress test (UEFI), then driver validation next per Windows 10 forum help.
 

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Does sleep mode usually cause problems?
Only if a device uses S0 modern standby. I've not seen pure S3 sleep cause issues in 22h2.
Open command prompt as admin and type powercfg -a
Post a screenshot of results.
 

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Only if a device uses S0 modern standby. I've not seen pure S3 sleep cause issues in 22h2.
Open command prompt as admin and type powercfg -a
Post a screenshot of results.
Thank you. I'll look into it.
 

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After you have posted the PowerCfg -a results, I suggest you get a copy of the display driver from your computer / display card maker & reinstall it even if it is the same version as the one you have already [reinstall not merely check for updates].

Display driver problems have long been recognised as a common cause of sleep problems but there is no diagnostic test that can replace just reinstalling to see if it helps or not.

Best of luck,
Denis
 

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