pc would not wake up


  1. Posts : 171
    win 10
       #1

    pc would not wake up


    I have posted that my pc was working fine with windows 10TP.
    today i left the machine (working doing its updates etc (left turned on)).
    when after a few hours i went to use the pc it would not wake up i had to unplug at the mains to get it going again..

    Now realy confused.

    Help !!
    Topper.
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 399
    Windows 10 X64
       #2

    cannot help you Topper, recently my screen stays on, so i have to cut of the power.....

    I guess i am not alone here.

    I feel more problems with Windows 10 then ever with Windows 8 or 8,1

    Jeff
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 171
    win 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    jeffrys said:
    cannot help you Topper, recently my screen stays on, so i have to cut of the power.....

    I guess i am not alone here.

    I feel more problems with Windows 10 then ever with Windows 8 or 8,1

    Jeff
    don`t forget its a preview i am not winging just trying to relay info.

    ps. skype is doing some realy odd things.
      My Computer


  4. Posts : 459
    Windows 8&10
       #4

    I noticed the other day, one of my systems would not really wake up correctly. It started with a black screen and then started showing different parts of the screen, but the desktop never was usable. Neither the mouse or keyboard would work and I had to restart the system.

    I was thinking one the recent updates was involved. If it continues, and you did not have problems with explorer before, you might try uninstalling that update, if you can.
      My Computer


  5. Posts : 399
    Windows 10 X64
       #5

    Yes, it is a preview, but so was Win 8 en 8.1, so?


    I think MS wants too much in a short time and then you get minor problems.

    For those not liking Win 10 usually do not like Win 8 either, but you cannot stay in the "DARK AGES" forever.
    So no worries, Win 11 will com faster than you think.

    This aside.

    Jeff
      My Computer


 

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