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bit of an odd one...occasionally after the displays turn off (screensaver) my primary display will fail to wake from sleep, or it will come back and be corrupted (looks like there are scanlines all over it).  a reboot fixes it, while turning the display off and on again doesn't, so it seems to be a software issue of some sort.

i have noticed that if i shut AIDA64 down then it does not ever seem to occur, so it possible some corruption is happening when AIDA64 is reading the GPU data?

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1 hour ago, facboy said:

bit of an odd one...occasionally after the displays turn off (screensaver) my primary display will fail to wake from sleep, or it will come back and be corrupted (looks like there are scanlines all over it).  a reboot fixes it, while turning the display off and on again doesn't, so it seems to be a software issue of some sort.

i have noticed that if i shut AIDA64 down then it does not ever seem to occur, so it possible some corruption is happening when AIDA64 is reading the GPU data?

What kind of video card do you have, and what version of ForceWare video driver do you have installed?

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On 1/31/2019 at 1:42 PM, Fiery said:

What kind of video card do you have, and what version of ForceWare video driver do you have installed?

GTX 980, and 417.71.  It's not resolved, it happened to me the other day.

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On ‎2‎/‎2‎/‎2019 at 10:27 AM, facboy said:

GTX 980, and 417.71.  It's not resolved, it happened to me the other day.

Please try it with the latest ForceWare release of 418.81 WHQL.

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On 2/5/2019 at 9:18 AM, Fiery said:

Please try it with the latest ForceWare release of 418.81 WHQL.

Started AIDA today and it happened again (the lines on wakeup) - this is with 418.81.

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