NEW Gigabyte P34 V2

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by IKAS V, Mar 16, 2014.

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  1. kibroutski

    kibroutski Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    I'm reviving this thread to see if anyone can help on a strange and very annoying issue I'm having lately on my P34 v2

    When I close the lid of my computer and open it again after a while (or even immediately after) then the system is not responsive: I mean black screen and no way to log in or to do anything else than rebooting my laptop.

    It happens a few time in the past but as of this week it does it every single time I close and re-open the lid.
    I've got no clue whatsoever on what can cause that so if anyone has experienced that and knows a solution that would be much appreciated !
     
  2. vinny3

    vinny3 Notebook Consultant

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    Try hitting the screen on function (fn+f10?)

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  3. kibroutski

    kibroutski Newbie

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    Hi,
    When it first happened that's the first thing I tried but no success
     
  4. cEvin_K

    cEvin_K Notebook Geek

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    Kibroutski: check your power settings and specially the settings what to do if power button is pressed or lid closed.. BTW nobody can tell me the type/model of monitor ?????
     
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    cEvin_K Notebook Geek

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    i think my posts are invisible...
     
  6. rinneh

    rinneh Notebook Prophet

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    I can read your posts, but these models are nto that common I think.
     
  7. cEvin_K

    cEvin_K Notebook Geek

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    Rinneh: well... 160 pages about this laptop even just recently someone was trying to sort out power/sleep problem and nobody cant check the display model ?:)))
     
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    cEvin_K Notebook Geek

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    interesting.. i am the only one on this world who own this laptop...
     
  9. vinny3

    vinny3 Notebook Consultant

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    Do I have to remove the screen to check the model?

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  10. cEvin_K

    cEvin_K Notebook Geek

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    no, of course not.. just go to device manager, click on monitor, properties, details column and hardware ID.
     
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