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Lenovo u310 driver_power_state_failure

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by epsilonZero, Apr 26, 2013.

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  1. epsilonZero

    epsilonZero Thread Starter

    Apr 26, 2013
    I bought this device 1 month ago, and several days after - the pc won't awake from sleep, getting into the "new" blue screen saying "driver_power_state_failure".

    After restart, a msg came saying the Intel Rapid Start Technology wasn't enables.

    1. I downloaded the IRST from Lenovo site, but once trying to install, I got a msg saying the my pc does not have the minimum requirements to be installed.
    2. So I googled, and came up with something that says that that I need to enable AHCI in my Bios.
    3. I went to the BIOS, and indeed the AHCI was enabled.
    4. In the BIOS, also the Intel Rapid Start Technology was enabled.
    5. However, its status was "INVALID".

    Please, I have no idea where to go next. It seems my computer hates me... :(


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    If its a brand new computer i would call lenovo and find out about having it diagnosed under the warranty.or go to a computer repair place that repairs ibm/lenovo computers to find out the exact problem and go from there.if its an authorized lenovo reseller they will be able to advise you further.
  3. Triple6

    Triple6 Moderator

    Dec 26, 2002
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    Do you by chance have ESET NOD32 Antivirus installed?
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