Re: PSN Error 80710092
Ps3 Freak said:
I sort of get what your talking about but… by resources what do you mean…?
I mean a computer has everything it needs Electricity… the only real reason i can think of is overheating but it has a fan to deal with that… so what resources does it gain by “Going asleep”…
more speciifically then; memory usage, CPU usage & Disk usage.
if you're using windows, check your task manager by pressing ctrl +alt +delete.
You'll also notice the amount of processes going on in the background of your PC. every process takes up memory. and if you don't have enough memory for those processes and services on your PC, it can become very slow because the PC doesn't have enough memory to load new programs. also, the more processes there are, the more of CPU is needed to run the calculations needed for those processes. the higher the percentage used in the CPU, the more the CPU will struggle to cope with.
all of these factors, and more are what's known as the computer's “Resources”. If the PC exhausts these resources, then it WILL struggle to continue.
A restart for a computer gives the PC a chance to start once again with a fresh slate of memory. since the PC was off prior to being turned on again, the CPU would have cooled down, and the memory cache in the CPU will also be ready to calculate the direction of travelling memory packets again.
So, the PC's resources is somewhat different to what makes the PC turn on. The PC does indeed need electricity in order to function correctly. Without electricity, it will not turn on. But the “Resources” in a PC is what makes it actually 'work'. Without the Resources available, the PC will turn on, but not work. it will not boot up your operating system and you would therefor not be able to read this! 😛