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Help with gigabyte P55-USB3

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August 18, 2010 7:03:18 PM

Computer boots runs great. However whenever i let the computer idle, instead of just shutting the screen the entire comp seems to shut off, like a hibernate. There seems to be no control over this and sometimes it turns back on by itself. Now this wouldnt be that annoying of a problem... but everytime it does this and i wake it up. It doesnt recognize my western digital 1tb or my mouse...

If you guys know how i can fix this please let me know. Ive looked at all bios features and features on windows 7 and cannot figure out what causes this for the life of me.

currently running:
Gigabyte p55-usb3
Nvidia GTX460 1GIG
Intel i5 750
Intel X25m 40gig
2 x 2gig mushkin
1TB western digital.

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a b V Motherboard
August 18, 2010 7:38:54 PM


did you take off hyb/sleep in windows
August 18, 2010 7:52:02 PM

xaira said:

did you take off hyb/sleep in windows

I just disabled hybrid sleep, not exactly sure what it is though or if its the culprit.

The PSU seems fine. The computer goes into a very organized sleep and I can wake it from the keyboard. But after it wakes up it doesn't detect the western digital hdd but the ssd works fine. Also I've realized that my USB ports don't have issues but my mouse does? my mouse is lit... but doesn't work sometimes when its woken from sleep or the computer is just turned on. However the computer knows it is there because when I unplug and plug it gives me the confirmation beep. Also all my drivers are up to date, and this mouse has 0 issues like this on other computers.
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a b V Motherboard
August 18, 2010 7:58:35 PM

what psu are you using to push the rig?

do you have all the latest windows updates?

i wasnt saying hybrid sleep, i was saying hybernation/sleep
August 18, 2010 9:12:57 PM

Oh.. im using a corsair 650 psu. and i do have all the latest windows updates and hibernation and sleep are disabled.
a b V Motherboard
August 18, 2010 9:33:05 PM

u installed all the proper insulation behind the board? disconnect the front usb/.audio ports might be a short, if it aint that, cant help ya, troubleshoot evrything