Solved Computer standby problem

September 22, 2011 at 19:48:52
Specs: Windows 7, 2 GB
wel i have a problem with my Pc ...i am running windows 7 and my pc just messed up i dont know whats the matter .but while i am playin games watching movies or anything else .first i hear Tones like TONE TONE TONE and my monitor suddenly goes black screen and green light flashes on my monitor and my pc goes to standby mode the green light of my Pc turns to Orange .and i press any key 4 or 5 times than it appear again... after some sec it repeats the same thing .just after some sec or after minutes or some times it worked good 1 day or 2 days 5 days but i get that error again .some times it just stopped doing that but after some days it happen again .i have checked my POWER Settings
its set on BALANCED RECOMMENDED and and disply and sleep mode sets on never .than why its happening .i am wondering .i dont want to lose my pc .and yes i have installed new agp driver .RADEON 5450 512 AGP .and i get no complecation with that .no error driver up to date.
can any one HELP ME PLEASE .Sorry for my bad ENGLISH

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#1
September 23, 2011 at 09:48:07
Try in your power settings to set everything to never (assuming desktop), never on monitor, hard drive, sleep, etc. and see if that helps.
If that does not help, try testing your memory with Memtest86 to see if a memory error is triggering the event.
If this began recently, try a system restore to back when everything worked correctly.
Finally, check that your power supply has sufficient power to supply your graphics card during peak loads. It is possible that depending upon what you have running in the background and what you are running or playing, the card, or system in general is then drawing too much for your power supply and your graphics card is starved for current.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#2
September 24, 2011 at 07:02:20
how do i know power supply has sufficient power to supply your graphics card during peak loads ?and thanks for your reply .i appreciate your help.

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#3
September 24, 2011 at 19:40:21
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Read the specs off of the power supply, specifically the overall Wattage and the 12 Volt Amperage (possibly more than one 12 volt amperage numbers, meaning you have multiple 12 volt rails). THEN pull up the manufacturer's page on your graphics card and see what the requirements are for your card. It may only list wattage, but required amperage is actually a more important number if it is listed since this amperage will need to be supplied by only one 12 volt rail and not some combined number.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#4
September 25, 2011 at 13:18:27
we; thanks dude u help me alot .thank you

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