Topic Title: Only 1 Crossfire card working after resume from Hibernation/Suspend/Sleep
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 07/12/2012 02:32 PM
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aashish108
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Hi, everytime I resume from sleep or hibernate, I have to turn off crossfire in the CCC and turn it back on. I can tell that one of the cards has gone to hell via some GPU utilities and the Bitcoin GPU Miner.

Any solutions? As its getting tiresome to reset crossfire. A full restart is out of the question as reboot takes ages esp pre-ssd!

I have the Asus Radeon 6870s X 2 in Crossfire config

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Edited: 07/12/2012 at 02:42 PM by aashish108
 07/12/2012 05:56 PM
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Ages? If your boot times are longer than 45 seconds having Crossfire disabled upon resume from sleep is the least of your worries. Try different driver sets if you must continue to use sleep or hibernate (which really isn't a good idea on a desktop anyway)

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 07/12/2012 06:16 PM
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In 'power options' Have you checked the advance settings?



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 07/14/2012 08:19 AM
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I went through the advanced power settings, and nothing in particular felt like it was causing the issue.

ALso, the reason my startup takes ages to boot is I have quite a few essential things to load up. I would just say a few minutes.

Anyway, I still get the issue. I am suspoecting a catalyst driver issue.....? I would bet a lot of people would not even know if they have this issue unless they analyse the GPU stats.

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