TerryP1044 July 25, 2009 at 07:06:30 Specs: Windows XP Pro 32bit
Last night i put my machine into stand by and went to bed this morning i came back turned on my computer no sound hmmmm... my stereo receiver was on the wrong channel okay now i goto listen to some music in my Zune software the audio is extremely slow and low in tone. Not sure what to do reset cmos replaced the ram uninstalled drivers, the rest of the operating system isn't running at its peak for some reason, I have my vm set at 3057-2048 mb any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Setup Intel core2 duo 2.8ghz e7400 Elite Group g31t-m Sigma power engine 535 linksys range plus wifi card Diamond xtreme sound 7.1 24 bit sound card 80 GB sea gate barracuda 7200 rpm
In the future, do not use standby or hibernate with a desktop system...those features are meant for noteboks/laptops. If you insist on leaving your PC on 24/7, adjust the power scheme settings instead.
Im not sure what happend but about a half an hour after i did all the reboots and all i just let it set and it worked perfectly as normal, not sure what happend it would be great if someone could explain to me what was going on. I just got home and its working just fine still put it in standby before i left this morning and its all good
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