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Random Hibernation of sorts.


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#1 Acid Attack

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Posted 31 January 2009 - 08:24 PM

Hi again guys,

Thanks for help in solving my virus issues.

the reason for me having a good clean of the pc was because during a live radio show my machine went into hibernation mode of sorts.

i use a couple of programs during my live stream nad have no problems in the past as such, last summer had a couple of shutdowns which i think was due to the heat as it was a hot summer.

since last summer things have been fine til last week when twice my pc went into this hibernation mode.

no warning or nothing, just instant hibernation.

checked all my power settings and have the box unchecked for hibernation and all the other boxes marked as 'Never'

from this state i cannot hit the spacebar or any other key to bring out of hibernation.

When this happens mainly? either when im streaming music out on a live show or simply just listening to a live internet radio stream.

The tower light stays on as does the fans.

Even though its probably not hibernation its the only thing i could call it so it would make sense, or maybe sleep if hibernation maybe isn't the correct term.

HP i xtreme
2.7 processor
1gb ram
80gb & 25gb internal drives
XP pro sp2

thanks for looking.

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#2 Acid Attack

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Posted 31 January 2009 - 11:13 PM

Just gone into bios and took readings from 'PC Health Status' menu.


CPU Warning Temp - Disabled
System Temp - 33c/91f
CPU Temp - 54-57c/129-134f
System Fan Speed - 0 rpm
CPU Fan Speed - 1962 rpm
Vcore - 1.68 - 1.72v
+3.3V - 3.31-3.32
+5V - 5.61-5.64v
+12V - 13.19-13.37v
-12V - -11.95 - -14.17v
VBAT(V) - 3.60-3.61v
5VSB(V) - 5.05-5.07
Shutdown Temp - Disabled

Maybe this info will help in someway, hoovered n cleaned out all dust from PC and main Fan/CPU unit, taken apart, cleaned, re fitted.

went to stream music again and after 10mins of streaming all went quiet and dark on me.

Kept Task manager open at the time and didnt seem to be excessive CPU used.

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Posted 01 February 2009 - 07:52 AM

Ran 'Memtest' over night to check my motherboard and RAM, 4 passes over night with 0 errors so i know mother board and all RAM are working fine.




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