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Fans Run While in Standby
« on: 26-July-05, 08:13:09 »

I did look around and could only find one other person that asked this question, his solution was to change ACPI Standby State, well I don't have that in my bios. I don't think I have the latest and greatest, but I think it's newer then the first. I have a MSI K8T master2. I am running XP64, it goes in and out of standby with any problems, except this. What else should I be looking for?
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« Reply #1 on: 26-July-05, 08:59:43 »
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  • I realy can't say.
    But what happens if you test it with a normal 32 bit Windows?
    Could be some driver thing.
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    « Reply #2 on: 26-July-05, 19:39:47 »

    in 32bit mode does the samething
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    « Reply #3 on: 26-July-05, 20:57:36 »

    You need to look for something in bios power management,that says(S3/STR) or (suspend to ram)that's what you need to set it to.
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    « Reply #4 on: 26-July-05, 21:57:43 »

    I have a couple of different options, but nothing like that...

    1. Suspend Mode
    this a setting with a time delay on it, I assume for the motherboard to put it into suspend, tried it with no success.
    2.AC Loss Auto Restart
    this is for what it sounds like in the manual for power failures
    3.IRQ/Event Activity Detect
    I went through this and found nothing that sounds like ram suspend, it just list different parts that can bring it out of suspend.

    sounds like I am SOL, I think I am going to try and update the bios to see if they put anything new into it. Might have to call them to find out.

    thanks
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    « Reply #5 on: 27-July-05, 00:03:22 »

    I just fixed the same problem on my sisters PC(fan running in sleep mode)by updating bios.Seems the last bios update caused the fan running problem,new bios fixed it.That was  a Asus Via board,with a Athlon 1800+.
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    « Reply #6 on: 27-July-05, 17:18:43 »
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  • Are you sure it does turn off, not going to sleep or something like that?
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