Windows 10: Log in mask does not load after resuming from either standby or hibernate [not consistently]

Discus and support Log in mask does not load after resuming from either standby or hibernate [not consistently] in Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance to solve the problem; Hello, I am having the following symptoms: After resuming windows by pressing the power button of my laptop on some occasions I see: - The windows... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance' started by sirati97⠀, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. Log in mask does not load after resuming from either standby or hibernate [not consistently]


    Hello,


    I am having the following symptoms:


    After resuming windows by pressing the power button of my laptop on some occasions I see:

    - The windows booting screen

    - Then it disappears and I see either my desktop/login background (its the same so I cannot tell which one it is) or a green screen (my colour scheme) or a black screen.

    - if I try moving my mouse, it works, I can see it, and it uses the cursor set for the last user logged in

    - waiting for up to 20 minutes does not yield anything



    This happens about 70% of the times I try to resume. As I cannot do everything I have to hard reset my laptop to get into windows again. THis is bad as I lose all unsaved data.

    Please note that I do not have any problem turning on the computer. Just the login mask does not appear. Please do not give me tips regarding turning on the laptop as this works flawlessly.


    I have found some events in the event manager from the time when I tried resuming windows last time. 11/01/19 16:20 UTC

    "NvAPI_GPU_GetBrandType failed with code=-1" from NVWMI. I could not find any other that seem relevant.



    Cheers sirati

    :)
     
    sirati97⠀, Jan 11, 2019
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    The "smallest frequency step with the current divider" is exactly the way to fix it and works across the all the ATI boards. Are there many other ATITool users w/this issue? I don't see that many here in the forum?

    Steve
     
    Stephen M. Smith, Jan 11, 2019
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    I discovered some time ago a simple means of adding two desktop icons to cover Shutdown and Standby/Hibernate. I now use these icons all the time as it avoids using the Start procedure, which I never use at all unless I wish to Restart immediately after shutdown. Even then, I tend to use my desktop icons. Just close the browser, click the desktop icon and it is done.

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    Shutdown: %windir%\System32\shutdown.exe -s
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    Standby is more convenient if you are using the PC constantly, it is a quicker recovery, but has a power trickle. For long periods of absence, use Hibernate, it is much slower in recovering, but effectively shuts your computer down.

    The Power options panel is found by Control Panel>Power Options>Hibernate.

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    My icons are :-


    Log in mask does not load after resuming from either standby or hibernate [not consistently] Desktopicons-1.jpg
     
    Bald Eagle, Jan 11, 2019
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  4. W1zzard Win User

    Log in mask does not load after resuming from either standby or hibernate [not consistently]

    Artifacts when exiting standby & hibernation

    when you are all talking about "divider" i think you mean "smallest frequency step with the current divider" ..

    i havent found a way how a non-pnp kernel mode driver can get notified of power events like standby/hibernate
     
    W1zzard, Jan 11, 2019
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