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Slow To wake-up

Hello there,
When I put my computer in sleep mode, it sleep like normal computer.
But when I try to on it back it do not respons
I can hear the fan and the light also is on but there is nothing on my screen.
Each time I try to put my computer in sleep mode, this problem will happen.

This is my computer desription:
Acer Aspire M3600
Windows Vista Home Premium
Intel Pentium Dual Core @ 1.6 ghz
1 Gigabyte RAM
Phoenix - Award BIOS v6.00PG[American Megatrends (AMI)]

My Display Description:
Name: Intel(R) 946GZ Express Chipset Family
Manufacture: Intel Corporation
Chip Type: Intel9R0 GMA 3000
DAC Type: Internal
Total Memory:251 MB
Current:1440*900 (32 bit) (60ghz)
Monitor:Acer Lcd Monitor x173W


# I don't know how to check graphic card, so I hope the information is enough. Can you teach me?

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  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2008

    my pc desktop does'nt wake up with normal time

  • goatmeat May 01, 2009

    i have the exact same problem ,sure to do exactly what u said.i have a compaQ presario, compaQ pc, windows vista home premium with service pack I want to get rid of this problem.

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Just replace ur CMOS battery & reinstall the os with NTFS file system.ok

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