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PC keeps crashing everytime i wake it up from sleep!

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by ckhatri1, May 8, 2010.

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    ckhatri1 Thread Starter

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    Right I'm running Windows Vista and everytime i leave my computer and go eat lunch or something and come back the computer obviously goes to sleep in my absence. So when i wake it up it suddenly crash's. i know it crashes when i wake it up because of the time on the bottom right of the screen shows when it crashed.. which is always when i came back and woke the computer up.

    its a dell laptop, an xps, m1530.

    now i haven't changed the settings on my control panel recently, and something must have happened, because i can't use system restore to restore my computer to a time earlier than when this first started to happen.

    Any idea's on why this is happening?
     
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    sorry correction. my current power settings is when i close the lid ''do nothing'' as in the computer just stays in its normal state. and when i come back after a while, there is obviously a screen saver, and upon moving my mouse, as the screen saver goes, i try and open a program, and it crash's.
     
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