Windows 10 and non-responsiveness after screen blanks

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Message 1973676 - Posted: 5 Jan 2019, 19:35:35 UTC

I now have two out of three of my Windows 10 / Seti boxes where I have to set the local configuration to "disable gpu" when the computer is active.

Otherwise, once the screen blanks I am unable to get the screen to "wake up".

Is there a better/different fix?

Thank you.

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Message 1976293 - Posted: 21 Jan 2019, 16:48:12 UTC - in response to Message 1973676.  

I now have two out of three of my Windows 10 / Seti boxes where I have to set the local configuration to "disable gpu" when the computer is active.

Otherwise, once the screen blanks I am unable to get the screen to "wake up".

Is there a better/different fix?

Thank you.

Tom


The work-around is to turn off the screen blanking and just turn off the monitor. Then I don't have to reboot to get the screen back when I have the gpu running all the time.

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