Question about XFX NVIDIA GeForce 8500 Graphic Card
Apparently a problem with the drivers for my GeForce 8500GT graphics card won't let my PC enter and or stay in sleep / hibernation mode. Is there an easy solution for this?
Yes, right-click on My Computer>Properties>Hardware tab and Device Manager. Find your graphics card in the list. Click on the "+" sign to get your model. RIght click on your model. Click on update driver to make sure you have the latest driver. Also, there is a Troubleshooting tab. If that is OK, then go back to Control Panel. Click on Power Options. Set Sleep and Hibernation to how you want them.
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