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Any solutions? When my laptop attempts to go into standby mode sometimes it works and other times a message appears saying: "The device driver for the 'Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection' device is Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... you will either see ACPI or standard PC. useful reference

You can get a list by running the following command at the elevated command prompt: C:\Windows\system32>wmic qfe where "installedon = 'm/dd/yyyy'" get hotfixid,caption Substitute m with the month, dd with the The workaround would be to copy the report file to an unprotected location such as My Documents and open it from there.Well this is the world we live in And these Trouble is- the machine has actually been sleeping properly for the past few days! It's most amazing to me that there have been power saving features in Windows for what, over 15 years now, and they are still the single LEAST RELIABLE feature in Windows.

Miracast. So you can just uninstalled it to fix the problem. If problem persists, you may need to update this driver.any help will be appreciated.TIA-markModerator message: Please update the location in your profilenow, so that it complies with forum requirements!Message Edited by For sleep to work, we must have the following: a.

zip up MEMORY.DMP and send you a link to download it (privately I assume - how would I reach you?) Or is there some other procedure I should use? (thanks again I am having trouble > with the standby mode. Energy efficiency problems were found. 8 Errors 4 Warnings 16 Informational See C:\Windows\system32\energy-report.html for more details. Labels: Lenovo, WinXP No comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Powered by Blogger.

Thanks! at hardware level ... Thanks! C:\Windows\system32> Powercfg -energy Enabling tracing for 60 seconds...

After an active connection - the power request for audio is not relinguished. cbridge1, Mar 20, 2008 #8 WAW8 Joined: Jan 27, 2007 Messages: 3,541 Likes Received: 2 Location: Northern Virginia, USA There is no "miracle cure" solution. This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. My two adapters have 4 boxes which were all checked by default when Windows loaded.

MD5 checksum is:17dfd02577a5a635fa9642e1f7ae866b Any idea how we can debug or get more detail on "who" or "what" is making these requests to srvnet when they show up? over here Monday, February 11, 2013 7:17 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I found that my laptop won't go to sleep if it's doing its file search indexing. Let's see if Intel will fix this in its next release ... Can you open "Computer Management", "System Tools", "Shared Folders" and see if there's anything in "Shares", "Sessions" or "Open Files"?

On subject PC #1 I did try the more recent Realtek direct download driver Rt630x86.sys 8.7.1025.2012. see here I watched my computer sleep. Monday, April 15, 2013 5:59 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote FYI For anybody interested, it seems there is a power request bug (audio) in Intels latest WiDi/Miracast multimedia or video files.

Just to confirm, which of these two was the case: 1) "powercfg -requests" reported that DRIVER\FileSystem\srvnet was blocking sleep. Advertisements Latest Threads batch print page 2-3 of multiple Word documents Taddy posted Jun 1, 2017 Windows says traceroute is not a valid command cinque88 posted May 29, 2017 Need to Or is this too much of an Old Windows problem to ever be fixed? http://connectwithcanopy.com/device-driver/device-driver-com1-preventing-machine-entering-standby.php Chris -- Sunday, November 18, 2012 4:24 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote hi i am newbie here and i have kind of same problem does your problem

That KB has more knowledge than I do in this area. Can somebody help me here to understand what is going on and how to solve this? The message I get is: > System Standby Failed > The device driver for the "Communications Port (COM 1)" > device is preventing the machine from entering standby. > Please close

So how come this can be a problem a Windows client - normally a file server will be serving files?

I´m a volunteer here using ThinkPad 13, X1 Carbon 2nd Gen., Yoga 900, ThinkPad Yoga, T430s, IdeaCentre B540. Using the same logic I could override the power request generated by Windows Media Player ("media sharing is enabled in Windows Media Player"): powercfg /requestsoverride process wmpnetwk.exe system With this override One says allow the computer to turn off this device. Posted by volcano11 on 21 Mar 2003 3:46 See the following thread: http://forums.us.dell.com/supportforums/board/message?board.id=dim_other&message.id=148279 Steve Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before

You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments (here). Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! Thank You Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. Get More Info I really hope Microsoft can get to the root of these problems. @John E: if you're interrested I can make that memory dump and upload it.

At this point what I really want to be able to figure out is WHAT is behind those "An active remote client has recently sent requests to this machine" statements! I "disabled all" , rebooted and got the exact SAME error message as the person above. There are a number of process-of-elimination chases that could be done, but it seems to me it should be fairly easy to directly address this problem. \FileSystem\srvnet seems like a pretty This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

So I don't know if today I was just "lucky" or if some of the fiddling that I had listed above made some actual difference. When hibernation fails, you've found the item at fault. Edited by Luke Hamburg Wednesday, December 26, 2012 10:44 PM Proposed as answer by Exotic Hadron Tuesday, January 22, 2013 3:04 PM Wednesday, December 26, 2012 10:44 PM Reply | Quote I did a fresh W8 installation and now I have the issue M Edited by m.savazzi Tuesday, December 04, 2012 10:07 AM Tuesday, December 04, 2012 10:06 AM Reply | Quote

you will also find resolution when you check Command prompt (Admin) type in powercfg/requests. I do not want to disable WOL because that defeats the whole purpose of sleeping in the first place, I need to be able to wake up the PC via WOL, Saturday, February 23, 2013 10:17 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi Computer with Windows 8, clean install, does not sleep unless you set sleep time 1 minute, the function of the device e.

After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out. This is a hotfix bundle for Win7 that's ostensibly for enterprise users but which can be installed by anyone. What do I do/ how do I update the drivers. Graham Clarke \(MSFT\) Guest Hi, Noodles.