The one on the bottom in the little queue that shows battery and internet acess froze. Perhaps the time-outs should be set to the maximum allowed time instead of disabled. Oddly, on shutdown the sound will return and play the logoff sound. Not sure if this will work for you but it's worth checking what you've installed just before this problem manifested itself on your computer. The problem here is the sleep mode. I said to replace, yes to all.
It should be the issue of the monitor. Help and troubleshooter hints can find no issues Help!! I did that but all that does is stops the laptop from entering sleep mode automatically. I need to restart the computer to get any sound in the speakers again. This article does not elaborate other than for a user to ascertain what interferes and to either update it or quit used programs before implementing the power management feature. Screen blanking reduces power to the display which causes the computer to appear to be shut down. The Viewsonic support site has drivers for Vista 64-bit, but not Win 7 64-bit probably because the monitor is a few years out of production. The Link State Power Management controls the latency in the time to recover.
Additionally, I do have a screen when the windows sign is loading, but then it goes black when it should transition to the login screen. Finally got it fixed, though. This contact information may change without notice. Any help would be greatly appreciated , thanks a bunch! Apart from a couple of non-related processes everything is exactly the same. I need to restart the computer to get any sound in the speakers again. We recommend starting a new thread for your issue by clicking. Upon start up, the audio works fine but after i close my laptop and it goes into sleep mode, when i come back and open it the audio no longer works.
It's almost like they are in a symbiotic relationship! I am usually pretty good at fixing stuff like this, but can't figure this one out. Uninstalled SoundMax, rebooted and the problem was gone. When i first boot up, i can hear windows sound on various sights including youtube, and at times i can go to my tv tuner and hear the sounds there. Alex no sound after sleep location: 7forums. With the latest Creators update for Windows 10, there's a chance that the audio driver from Realtek is not yet compatible with the new update.
For other troubleshooting steps, please refer to this. This happens when you unplug one end of the cable, it doesn't matter if it is at the monitor end or the video card end - as long as the other end is of course still plugged in. If it does not help. The other is linked to gmail and no sound comes out when playing music. This has been going on since the first time I set the system up. Both audio devices working properly. I can wait for help.
Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information. The hardware disappeared in device manager. The only way to get back to Windows 7, is by using the recovery kit created on your computer when your computer was running on Windows 7. Next I will try installing that driver you linked to, maybe it's updated or something. Stable Solution wspawn from the forum of Notebook Review thank you! I'm by far the only person with this issue and it seems to be rarely resolved. I check volume control and i see the mute button checked there, but removing does not give me my sounds back. Please let me know if so.
Also, the 4 gadgets that normally run vertically along the right side of the screen have been moved up and towards the middle of the screen, one or two of them often overlap others. I thought something like that too which is why I said I unplugged my headphones before putting it to sleep, but I still had no sound when waking it up. I have tried almost everything i can think of and have resulted to hard booting and then having to wait about 5 minutes before turning it back on to get a screen. But, then have to wait for it to reboot and reload all the programs. Someone in this thread mentioned i should go into my Bios and look for standby info there. The Sound icon on right corner is there and active.
The article '''' provides detailed information concerning the different individual power states which apply both to individual computer components and to the computer as a whole, and the meaning and purpose of each state. I thought drivers would be the issue too, but it confused me because it works when you reboot. Hello, Thank you for posting in this thread. Not to worry, I will be glad to assist you. I just had to reboot again to get both of my sounds, Windows and youtube back. Thank you for your response. The sound worked in 7 but not 8.
I read that for some people the audio driver disappears. The only way to solve this problem is to restart my computer and obviously that defeats the purpose of sleep mode. At the command prompt, type pmstat, and then press Enter. But when it went into sleep and didn't come back on, I thought, what if I have it on and unplug it, turn off the switch, plug it back in, then turn the switch back on. Thanks again for the advice. I then immediately restarted and checked device manager and the driver was back.