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I am experiencing a minor annoyance whenever I place my laptop into hibernation. Whenever I hibernate, often the screen starts flashing and scrolling (like a TV with a v-sync issue). The strange thing is that this problem doesn't happen all of the time. I am using driver version 82.12. Has anyone els experienced this problem? I have tried changing the setting in the INF file as recommended in the pinned topic with no success.

Also, this maybe the wrong place to ask this but what the hell. I have an Echo io pcima external sound card. My HP zd7000 uses an Ene card bus with prefetch enabled by default. Echo provides an utility that disables prefetching during boot up because the io doesn't support prefetching :) . Anytime I come out of standby or hibernation, prefetching is enabled again and I have to disable it manually. Does anyone know of a way to have my notebook keep prefetching disabled at all times??? :)

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Prefetched... what exactly? Files? Datastreams of soundcard?

Can you attach a screenshot of the menu where you figure it's disabled.

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Prefetched... what exactly? Files? Datastreams of soundcard?

Can you attach a screenshot of the menu where you figure it's disabled.

I'm assuming that they are datastreams but I really don't know. If I don't disable prefetching, the sound is all distorted. The first picture (from the left) shows what the menu looks like after my notebook resumes from either standby or hibernation with prefetch enabled. The second picture shows what the menu looks like after my notebook boots up with prefetch disabled. This utility is actually a driver that makes my Echo Io compatible with my notebook's Ene cardbus.

I suspect that Windows automatically reverts everything to enabled during a resume.

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Oh i see

Maybe an INF modification setting prefetch (if something like this exists in the INF) to 0 (then reinstall driver/utilty ) will do the job.

Try to figure out which registry setting is reszspionsible for this setting (search for prefetch (search results will include some XP references you should disregard) or TLT.

Or use a "reg add" command which you put on desktop and run after resuming from Standby.

That's all i can think of, besides requesting a driver update from HP/ENE

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I found a few, but they are binary and D_Word valuessettings:

C9 DWORD 0x0000000 (0)
BootConfig (see attached image)

I'll email HP and Echo and hope for a driver update. Do you have any idea why my monitor flickers when I enter hibernation?

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No idea why it is flickering. Could be everything. I can't remember reading any posts about hibernation flickering in the past, but i was absent for half a year. Try searching for it in the forums. Sorry.

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