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post #1 of 2 Old 06-10-2001, 02:54 PM - Thread Starter
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Is anyone having a problem with the Hipix not responding after coming out of a S3 sleep state? S1 seems to work fine, but S3 is preferable for me as it shuts down the power supply fan in sleep mode. After the system comes out of a S3 sleep and I start the Hipix software, the software freezes, and I can not shut it down. Oddly enough, the Hipix scheduler program will bring the rest of the computer out of at S3 sleep state to record, but it seems as if the Hipix hardware never wakes up.

Is anyone else experiencing this? I would like to report it as a bug (I think it is driver related) but I would like to see if it is reproducible on other systems. I just installed a fresh Win2K SP2, so I do not think it is application/driver conflict related.


Edit: forgot to mention that I am using 2.3b drivers.

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I have the same problem using hibernation. I've never tried standby. (W2k, HiPix 2.3 beta)

It's an issue that I believe they were working on. It's certainly crucial if the wake-to-record function is to work.

Someone might send a note to Telemann, or we might wait for the real version 2.3.

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