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Hi, I installed it on my I8600 with nvidia 5650, I tried the advice and the suspend works fine but after the suspend, whenever I try to play any movie in medi player, it just shows a blank screen with sound. I need to restart to solve the problem, did anyone encounter the same problem? After I switched back to older driver, everything works fine again. I wonder if it is the problem of 56.55 driver?

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56.55 works fine with Windows Media Player and with PowerDVD for me. Do you have PowerDVD or WinDVD (or other DVD player) you can try?

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Did you run media player after your laptop wake up from stand by? I have the problem only after the laptop wake up from standby. Media player works fine when the laptop is restart. Hope to get answer from u soon thanks!

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Good catch, Feng! I've just tried it again and can confirm the behavior you're describing. It looks like Stand-by mode somehow kills DirectX Video Acceleration. Both Windows Media Player and PowerDVD fail to display a picture after waking up from Stand-by mode.

Now, if we only had someone to report this to...

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By the way, have you tried this with earlier drivers? Did it work okay with them?

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Okay... Thanks, Feng. So far I'm not very impressed with the 56.xx series.

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Using Media Player Classic v6.4.7.8, driver v52.16/11.64, standby and hibernate:

NO ISSUES, playing the movie continues as soon as standby ends or hibernation modus is back to normal. Seems to be really a 56.xx issue :)

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This issue should be resolved in 56.56.

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