Windows7 freeze on screen hibernation


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My pc is freezing almost each time my pc gets out of screen power management. not sure of the term but when my screen is in hibernation and I move my mouse, I see my desktop, I move my mouse, so far so good but if I bring my mouse on top of an icon my pc screen freeze. I also tried while the mouse is not frozen do a ctrl-alt-del for taks maanger but that freeze the screen.
on frozen i see my desktop sitting there. Some time after 5-10 min the mouse become ok and my pc can work without a reboot.
Same problem some time playing games (COD- ops) while p^laying my screen freeze and I'M getting the sound in a repeet mode like a strobe. I can only reboot pc.

Any idea?
thanks i'm going mad since 1 year.
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WELCOME TO THE FORUM!

You say this is a desktop computer? If so you need to go into advanced power settings and make sure your hard disks are set to never turn off.
 

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thanks to all, first, thought no one would reply. so super.

first: USB mouse, intellimouse 4 years old but with super lastest driver, from microsoft and 2 other external sites.
second, I had HDD to never but changed my TURN OFF THE DISPLAY to never instead of 10 min.

so will see and let you all know.

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That should help. Good luck!
 
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FYI, thanks again, so far since 3 days I did not freeze my scree. the: TURN OFF THE DISPLAY to never instead of 10 min seem to have fix my problem. Woe 3 days since 1 year. will keep trtacking it and will let you know in a few weeks.
 
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