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Old 09-04-2011, 11:45 AM   #1
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Default Strange Issue

So on my old motherboard, it would be after a while, that I'd have to use the keyboard or power button to wake up my computer from sleep mode. For some reason, the mouse stopped doing that. Today, when I woke up, I found that I couldn't wake up my computer at all. Keyboard, mouse, power button, reset button...none of it worked. I had to cycle the power and boot it up. Any ideas as to why that is?
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Old 09-05-2011, 03:37 AM   #2
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Today, when I woke up, I found that I couldn't wake up my computer at all. Keyboard, mouse, power button, reset button...none of it worked. I had to cycle the power and boot it up. Any ideas as to why that is?
If you have left your PC overnight, maybe the power setting in Windows scheduled to shut down the PC or the PC already freezed up already.

try reset the Bios default, reseat the RAM and HDD data cable.

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