Desktop becomes black/Taskbar unresponsive when waking up from standby

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    Update: I tried out using 460.97 nvidia drivers as well as rolling back intel august graphics drivers and somehow the black screen returns during standby mode. Although the august intel graphics didn't bug out explorer this time. I did testing out a few things such as disabling magic packet stuff from my ethernet and setting pci link state power management turned off in the balanced power plan. Somehow turning off link state power management and using intel graphics driver from august 2020 seems to be fixed from what I've experienced after leaving on standby for three hours (black screen occured around 10-20mins before that)

    I do recall during the time of the 20h2 update, I did restore the balance plan to default so I can tweak sone settings I've used previously as well as resetting bios to default settings (only to re-enable xmp, turning on intel igpu for dual monitoring, and vt-d). Leaving pci link state power management to moderate power savings causes a black screen during a standby. I have NEVER encountered this before even before updating to 20h2 or 2004 update.

    For now, everything seems fime for now. I'll reply back if things come back. Thank you, FreeBooter for your suggestions! :)
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  2. Posts : 82
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    Welp, the black screen returns and I'm back to square one. I'm actually clueless on this one.

    Edit: For now, I re-disable wake timers, disabled magic packets from my ethernet, and updated bluestacks. Let's hope if this black screen during standby doesn't happen again. ><
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  3. Posts : 82
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    Sigh....black screen came back after two days. I mean, its gotta be the 20h2 update that does this, right? Still, intel drivers didn't bugged explorer again and I checked event viewer and there are no errors regardless of the black screen showed up during standby mode.
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    I'm using that version of Windows 10 i have no problems.
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  5. Posts : 82
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    FreeBooter said:
    I'm using that version of Windows 10 i have no problems.
    Oh, okay! I'm guessing it was on my end then because I uploaded a pic of my problem which was happened every 2 days at least. Only one monitor didn't stay at standby while the other does it. I'd usually put standbv at least a minute and during late at night it happens. Also, my room tends to get very cold during those nights so do you think it could be it?
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    No its not room temperature causing the problem.

    You can try repair install Windows 10.

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade



    You can uninstall Version 20h2 from Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > View update history > Uninstall Updates search for the "Feature Update to Windows 10 20H2 via Enablement Package (KB4562830)' update. Once you click on it, an Uninstall button will be displayed that you should click on to uninstall Windows 10 20H2.
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  7. Posts : 82
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    FreeBooter said:
    No its not room temperature causing the problem.

    You can try repair install Windows 10.

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade



    You can uninstall Version 20h2 from Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > View update history > Uninstall Updates search for the "Feature Update to Windows 10 20H2 via Enablement Package (KB4562830)' update. Once you click on it, an Uninstall button will be displayed that you should click on to uninstall Windows 10 20H2.
    Oh okay! I'll try doing one of these you'd suggested but having covid19 (my family tested positive and I got covid from them) sucks so I'll try to do the repair install if uninstalling the "feature update to Windows 10 20h2 via Enablement Package (KB4562830) when I'm feeling alot better. Thank you very much, FreeBooter! :)
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