Hangs when resuming from sleep


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This happens on 1h19 and earlier, as well as preview fast releases. I put the computer to sleep either with a command line entry or when my power option to sleep kicks in. The computer goes to sleep normally.
When I wake the computer, after using it anywhere from 10-60 seconds, the computer freezes, with the HD light on solid.
I have narrowed the problem down to hypervisor being on or off.
When I use Bcdedit to turn hypervisor off and restart the computer, the problem is gone and resume from sleep causes no problems
When I use Bcdedit to turn hypervisor on and restart the computer, the problem is back and the delayed hang after resume from sleep occurs.

Len
 
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What brand of Motherboard are you using?

Perhaps, disabling the C-States ( aka S1 or S3 states ) might see some improvement.

Additionally, check your BIOS is up to date. This issue you are describing has been around a long time, and just maybe some of the Manufacturers have got around to updating their BIOS to handle Hyper-V.
 
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Is this an insider release? Not sure from the context, but, if so, better served in that forum section to avoid confusion.
 
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What brand of Motherboard are you using?

Perhaps, disabling the C-States ( aka S1 or S3 states ) might see some improvement.

Additionally, check your BIOS is up to date. This issue you are describing has been around a long time, and just maybe some of the Manufacturers have got around to updating their BIOS to handle Hyper-V.
Sorry, I should have remembered to add that.
ASROCK z370 Taichi, 8700K, Bios is up to date.
The problem only started when I enabled Hyper-V. If I turn Hyper-V off system works fine.
Not sure about S states.
 
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Is this an insider release? Not sure from the context, but, if so, better served in that forum section to avoid confusion.
Fails on both insider and release versions. I can boot either from two different HDs.
 

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