Driver error and system going to sleep automatically.

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  1. tkartik

    tkartik New Member

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    Hello All,
    Am using Vista home edition of 32 bit, for the last few days my system was going to sleep mode automatically and its not starting for another 20 minutes.
    In the EVENT VIEWER i got this errors most of the time.
    EventID: 101 EventSource: yukonwlh.
    Desc : Driver has encountered an internal error


    And the pc is not going to sleep immediately once this error is seen, after 1 hour like that its going. Is this the cause or something problem?


    Regards,
    Kartik
     
  2. reghakr

    reghakr Excellent Member

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    Look in Device Manager for an entry with a yellow flag and let us know what it is

    EventID yukonwlh is new to me. Try a Google search for yukonwlh and look over the results

    Seems to be something with the network controller. Are you having any problems connecting to the Internet?
     
  3. tkartik

    tkartik New Member

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    In the device manager there is a yellow one for
    Other Devices
    |--------------Unknown Device (YELLOW FLAG).

    And I dont have any network problems.
     
  4. reghakr

    reghakr Excellent Member

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    tkartik New Member

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    Hi I found something new, am facing this problem only when I connect to internet. Am able to browse smoothly but after some time its going to sleep automatically.
    If am away from internet its going smoothly without any errors in EVENT VIEWER.
    So any suggestions for this????
    If you want I will send all the Event logs which I had saved before its going to sleep.
    Please provide your mailid so that I can mail you of the screenshots, and my mail id is
    karthik_talasu@rediffmail.com


    Regards,
    Kartik
     
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  6. tkartik

    tkartik New Member

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    reghakr Excellent Member

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    I would definitely do the chipset update and look over the versions and dates of your other drivers to determine if they are newer than the ones you have

    Doesn't you HP have a Software and Hardware Update Utility.........under PC Tools and Help or HP Update on the Start Menu?

    Mine did.
     
  8. Prardiaby

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    Hey I'm new

    What's up everyone, I'm new to the forum and just wanted to say hey. Hopefully I posted this in the right section!
     
  9. reghakr

    reghakr Excellent Member

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    Hello and welcome to th windows7forums.

    Not sure if this is the proper thread to start in, unless you're having problems with your HP computer

    If we can be of any help, simply post a thread.

    Please fill you your computer specification in the UserCP link located at the top left hand side of the page.
     
    #9 reghakr, Nov 9, 2009
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  10. village idiot

    village idiot New Member

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    Drivers are single biggest issue with Vista, I had complete and utter head aches with Nforce drivers for the nvidia 5 series chips on my Gigabyte MoBo running vista. Untill I cam across a website dedicated to those of us with issues from having those chips. Nvidia should have stuck to GPU's!
     

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