Sleep Problem in Windows 10


  1. Posts : 4
    Windows 10
       #1

    Sleep Problem in Windows 10


    First of all I want to say that this problem does not happen to the same computer when using Windows 7. I tried it before going to Windows 10 and after reverting from Windows 10.

    The main problem I am getting is a blue screen which says something like VIDEO_SCHEDULER...... Anyway, I tried having a fresh install of Windows 10 but I keep getting the same problem. Another problem I encountered is that the computer immediately wakes up from sleep. Do you guys have any fix for these problems? I believe the BSOD comes from the NVIDIA drivers. I also fixed the auto-wake problem miraculously through system restore and undoing the restore. Are there common software/drivers which causes this?

    It really is frustrating not to be able to use sleep in Windows 10. Sleep works in my laptop though so I'm very sure it is a conflict in driver/s.

    EDIT: I just want to say that I tried all fixes I could find on the internet but still can't get sleep to work properly using the newest drivers. It does have a higher success rate if the NVIDIA driver is installed through MS update but still crashes sometimes.
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  2. Posts : 21
    Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
       #2

    I also had the VIDEO_SCHEDULER error a few times.
    I think I might have fixed it by following this guide Windows 10 - Display Driver Stopped Responding and Has Recovered - YouTube
    It basically changes/creates a variable in the windows registry for the graphics card. It's a variable called TdrDelay and I set the value to 8.
    I'm not sure if it fixed my sleep problem, but so far I don't have any issues.
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  3. Posts : 4
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Artekis said:
    I also had the VIDEO_SCHEDULER error a few times.
    I think I might have fixed it by following this guide Windows 10 - Display Driver Stopped Responding and Has Recovered - YouTube
    It basically changes/creates a variable in the windows registry for the graphics card. It's a variable called TdrDelay and I set the value to 8.
    I'm not sure if it fixed my sleep problem, but so far I don't have any issues.
    Thank you. Gonna try this out and see if it still occurs or causes other problems.
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