Leeg skerm na Hibernate of slaap?

Goed, Die kort antwoord, verhoog jou virtuele geheue te meer as die grootte van jou fisiese geheue.

Lang weergawe nou. Onlangs, Ek het hierdie probleem met my PC is dat dit nie sou wakker uit die winterslaap of slaap af behoorlik. Die PC self sou op en drukking wees, maar die skerm sal skakel na power save mode, bly leeg. Die enigste ding om te doen op daardie stadium sou wees om die rekenaar weer te begin.

Soos die goeie netizen dat ek, Ek getreil die internet vir 'n oplossing. Maar het nie enige vind. Sommige het voorgestel die opgradering van die BIOS, die vervanging van die grafiese kaart en so aan. Toe sien ek dit wat in 'n Linux-groep, sê dat die grootte van die ruillêer meer as die fisiese geheue moet, en besluit om dit te probeer op my Windows XP masjien. En dit het die probleem opgelos!

So die oplossing vir hierdie kwessie van leë skerm nadat wakker is die grootte van die virtuele geheue in te stel na iets groter as die geheue in jou stelsel. As jy meer inligting nodig, hier is hoe, in stap-vir-stap vorm. Hierdie instruksies is van toepassing op 'n Windows XP masjien.

  1. Regs-kliek op “My Computer” en druk “Eienskappe.”
  2. Neem 'n blik op die geheue grootte, en klik op die “Gevorderde” blad.
  3. Klik op die “Instelling” knoppie onder die “Prestasie” groep boks.
  4. In die “Prestasie Options” venster wat opkom, kies die “Gevorderde” blad.
  5. In die “Virtuele geheue” groep boks naby die onderkant, Klik op die “Verandering” knoppie.
  6. In die “Virtuele geheue” venster wat verskyn, stel die “Custom grootte” na iets meer as jou geheue grootte (wat jy in stap sien 2). Jy kan dit op 'n harde skyf partisie wat jy het, Maar as jy gaan deur al hierdie instruksies, kanse is jy net “C:”. In my geval, Ek het gekies om dit te sit op “M:”.

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7 thoughts on “Blank Screen after Hibernate or Sleep?”

  1. I thought I had found a solution to my blank-screen-on-wake-up problem. Turns out that it was only a temporary solution. The problem came back with a vengeance and I cannot hibernate or use sleep mode any more. I am thinking of getting a new PC now.

  2. Hi Manoj,
    I had the “Blank Screen after Hibernate/Sleep” issue also and none of the online fixes worked. I remembered it started after recent Windows security updates so I uninstalled them and now hibernate/sleep seems to be working again.
    Hope this helps.
    Chere

  3. Update… sorry Manoj, thought I had it fixed but just discovered it’s still doing it. Sorry for the false hope.
    If you find a fix, please pass it on.
    Chere

    1. Hi,

      Thanks for your comment.

      I did solve my problem, eventually. Only by buying a new PC! Can’t complain — it is Dell Precision T3400, Quad Pentium, XP64, 8GB, 1TB of HDD. 🙂

  4. The ‘fix’ you found relating to Linux is because it uses it’s swap partition to save the contents of RAM when it hibernates. Windoz has a page file for when it’s eaten all your RAM and a hiber file for when it hibernates. It’s more than likely a bug M$ introduced.

  5. I have had this problem for more than a year and have tried all the pèossible fixes found on the web, including microsoft patches, magic swear words and god knows what. Uiteindelik, I stumble on the sollution by chance. This may not work all the time, but in my case (Windows XP, SP3) it did the trick:

    1-right click on my computer
    2-go to the hardware tab
    3-click on device manager
    4-Go into Universal Serial Bus Controler (by the bottom)
    5-expand it into a list
    this list should be littered (that was my case) with USB-something, often some left overs of badly installed USB devices.

    6-remove them all, one by one, don’t worry, they will re-install automatically when the dvice is reconnected (no need for the installation CD)

    Normally your computer should then resume from hibernation.

    Hope this tip saves as much time as I have lost,

    Cedric

  6. I had this problem for ages on vista, but in the end I just stopped the hibernate and the problem has gone away.

    To do this, go to control panel / performance and tools. On the left hand side there’s a ‘tasks’ list. Press ‘adjust power settings’ , where you will find one of ‘Balanced Power/Power saver/High performance’ selected. Which ever one you have selected, press the ‘change plan settings’ link and change the ‘put the computer to sleep’ option to never.

    Job done !!!

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