Windows 7 BSOD after Sleep with new GTX680
[color="#FF0000"][/color][color="#FF0000"][/color]Greetings Everyone

I'm writing with my newly bought GTX 680 which is causing a little problem with my beloved Windows 7 Sleep function.

[b]Whenever I attempt to return to [color=red]Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit[/color] after I set it to Sleep the following happens[color=red]:[/color][/b]
1. It will attempt to return to Windows 7 with all 3 Monitors remaining blank ( they won't even power on )
2. It will restart and offering me to either continue or go into safe mode.
3. It will continue to boot into Windows 7 and present me a message about it having experienced a BSOD while attemptin to return from sleep.

[b]The Message contains the following Information upon expanding it[color=red]:[/color][/b]
[code]Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 2055

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 50
BCP1: FFFFF88090CC5000
BCP2: 0000000000000001
BCP3: FFFFF8800FA3406A
BCP4: 0000000000000005
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1[/code]

Also included in the message were 2 Files of which I was only able to attach 1 to this post.

The problem even persisted through a complete reinstall of said OS.
The only thing I changed have been the Graphic Cards ( a GTX480 and 7900GTX Combo for the 3 Monitors ) and the Drivers 295.XX.

Any thoughts on this problem and how to solve it?
[/color][color="#FF0000"]Greetings Everyone



I'm writing with my newly bought GTX 680 which is causing a little problem with my beloved Windows 7 Sleep function.



Whenever I attempt to return to Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit after I set it to Sleep the following happens:

1. It will attempt to return to Windows 7 with all 3 Monitors remaining blank ( they won't even power on )

2. It will restart and offering me to either continue or go into safe mode.

3. It will continue to boot into Windows 7 and present me a message about it having experienced a BSOD while attemptin to return from sleep.



The Message contains the following Information upon expanding it:

Problem signature:

Problem Event Name: BlueScreen

OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1

Locale ID: 2055



Additional information about the problem:

BCCode: 50

BCP1: FFFFF88090CC5000

BCP2: 0000000000000001

BCP3: FFFFF8800FA3406A

BCP4: 0000000000000005

OS Version: 6_1_7601

Service Pack: 1_0

Product: 256_1




Also included in the message were 2 Files of which I was only able to attach 1 to this post.



The problem even persisted through a complete reinstall of said OS.

The only thing I changed have been the Graphic Cards ( a GTX480 and 7900GTX Combo for the 3 Monitors ) and the Drivers 295.XX.



Any thoughts on this problem and how to solve it?

#1
Posted 03/31/2012 01:28 PM   
I also have this problem but there is no BSOD or any type of error in the windows 7 logs.

The system was going to sleep and waking up with zero issues before swapping out card.
Nothing else was changed.
Driver cleaner was used.

Now it won't wake up the video. The rest of the system seems to wake up ok.

Using 3 monitors.
I also have this problem but there is no BSOD or any type of error in the windows 7 logs.



The system was going to sleep and waking up with zero issues before swapping out card.

Nothing else was changed.

Driver cleaner was used.



Now it won't wake up the video. The rest of the system seems to wake up ok.



Using 3 monitors.

#2
Posted 04/01/2012 07:29 AM   
Hmm... Doesn't look like there has been a solution yet.
I got some hopes left with the Tech Support Ticket I've got running from the Card Manufacturer...
Hmm... Doesn't look like there has been a solution yet.

I got some hopes left with the Tech Support Ticket I've got running from the Card Manufacturer...

#3
Posted 04/02/2012 11:13 PM   
Did you find a fix for this problem? I have the exact same problem with my MSI GTX 680 on Windows 7 64bit with only 1 monitor. I've tried three different drivers (300.83, 301.10, 301.24) but they all crash on wake.

Edit:
From looking elsewhere, it looks like most (if not everyone) that have this problem has an EVGA X58 chipset, Windows 7 64 bit SP1, and a GTX 680.
There's still no solution to the problem that I've found. Just narrowing it down a little.
Did you find a fix for this problem? I have the exact same problem with my MSI GTX 680 on Windows 7 64bit with only 1 monitor. I've tried three different drivers (300.83, 301.10, 301.24) but they all crash on wake.



Edit:

From looking elsewhere, it looks like most (if not everyone) that have this problem has an EVGA X58 chipset, Windows 7 64 bit SP1, and a GTX 680.

There's still no solution to the problem that I've found. Just narrowing it down a little.

#4
Posted 05/06/2012 07:02 PM   
I have also seen certain issues with EVGA's x58 chipsets. /angry.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':angry:' />
I have also seen certain issues with EVGA's x58 chipsets. /angry.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':angry:' />
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