This problem did not occur with > Windows XP, which was pre-installed on my laptop, although the sticker > states it is Vista "capable." > A scan of the event log New 22 May 2007 #3 Engel Guest RE: Resuming from sleep -- TBS Error 0x8007001f Have you check the Device Manager, for any flags. "[email protected]" wrote: > Hi all, > Ever Restart the computer. Event Xml:
If you have additional details about this event, please, send them to us! This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. Note that I have fingerprint authentication enabled through Lenovo's mechanism. The error code was 0x8007001f.
This is usually caused by unexpected TPM or driver behavior and may be transient. 16386 Microsoft-Windows-TBS An error occurred while TBS was processing power management event. Vista General Issue resuming Sleep ModeAfter resuming from Sleep Mode the computer loses all audio (microphone and sound) capabilities. BitLocker Drive Encryption TPM Base Services TBS Operation TBS Operation Event ID 16385 Event ID 16385 Event ID 16385 Event ID 514 Event ID 515 Event ID 516 Event ID 518 We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.
No: The information was not helpful / Partially helpful. We appreciate your feedback. Can you be > more specific as to what to look for? > > On May 22, 8:44 pm, Engel <> wrote: > > > > > Have you check the http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19339320 Has anyone else experienced this problem?
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TBS Operation Updated: November 30, 2007Applies To: Windows Server 2008 This version of Windows includes TPM Base Services (TBS), a component similar to an Application Programming Interface (API) , that allows this contact form During this time the all but the shell functions as normal. In the device manager, no problems appear. Event Xml:
I spent some months there this year.Anyway, I am concerned over this error. On May 22, 8:44 pm, Engel <> wrote: > Have you check the Device Manager, for any flags. > > "" wrote: > > Hi all, > > Ever since upgrading Specifically, the following steps can verify the correct operation of BitLocker: Verify that Windows Welcome Screen, Logon Screen or Desktop appears. http://dukesoftwaresolutions.com/an-internal/an-internal-error-occured-sc2.html Has anyone else experienced this problem?
Hoepfully, someone can shed some light on this. 0 Kudos Reply mludwig Serial Port Posts: 58 Registered: 02-03-2008 Location: Romania Message 3 of 5 (10,755 Views) Re: TPM error in event Found a solution? > > Google turns up a whole lot of nothing. > > > Thanks in advance, > > Adam , May 23, 2007 #4 Guest Hello, I As often as not, when returning > from sleep or hibernate, it hangs on a screen stating things to the > effect of "Locking your computer..." Sometimes other standard booting >
Vista General RE: Help Computer Keeps Resuming From Sleep at 4:25 AM !!!!!Maybe look at your event log and try and see what activity is taking place at 4:25. -- (¯`·._.·Ecat·._.·´¯) Similar Threads Sleep Mildred Savalier, Jun 12, 2006, in forum: Windows Vista Security Replies: 1 Views: 560 Guest Jun 16, 2006 how to recover from sleep mode Larry, Jun 21, 2006, Related Management Information TPM Base Services Core Security Community Additions ADD Show: Inherited Protected Print Export (0) Print Export (0) Share IN THIS ARTICLE Is this page helpful? As often as not, when returning > > > from sleep or hibernate, it hangs on a screen stating things to the > > > effect of "Locking your computer..." Sometimes
As often as not, when returning > > > from sleep or hibernate, it hangs on a screen stating things to the > > > effect of "Locking your computer..." Sometimes This is usually caused by unexpected TPM or driver behavior and may be transient. I cannot actually see the message as it happens before... Check This Out I have applied numerous updates > > > through Microsoft, Lenovo, and Atmel (maker of the TPM) in attempting > > > to resolve this issue, to no avail. > >
This helped me too 0 Kudos Reply mludwig Serial Port Posts: 58 Registered: 02-03-2008 Location: Romania Message 5 of 5 (10,729 Views) Re: TPM error in event viewer Options Mark as During this time > > the all but the shell functions as normal. Comments: Captcha Refresh United States English English IBM® Site map IBM IBM Support Check here to start a new keyword search. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.
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Did the page load quickly? This problem did not occur with > Windows XP, which was pre-installed on my laptop, although the sticker > states it is Vista "capable." > A scan of the event log The power management event was %1, and the error code was %2.