some older hardware doesnt like sleep on windows 7--i have an older socket 939 pc in my hallway for the grandkids and if you use sleep on it either it just wont come out of sleep or it will bsod on you
other than that it works perfectly
if its modern hardware then try combat wombats suggestion
Yeah, all of my MS Windows updates are in order. My graphics driver is up to date. And my Bios are as well. Plus my audio. Just to make sure we're talking about the same thing, where do I check my chipset drivers version. Can I do it in the device manager?
It appears that I had an older chipset driver version. I just made sure everything was current and INSTALLED (I had dl the latest versions but never installed them). Thanks for the idea to check that combat wombat.