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Evesham Notebokk I've got an Evesham Notebook Laptop, it goes straight into suspend mode as soon as I switch with the crescent moon sign flashing, does anyone know a cure??

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  • yousaf_is Nov 30, 2008

    my evesham laptop heats up and turns off, sometimes it will work for hours.

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Your Laptop is in sleep mode when you you see the half moon.

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Look for a symbol on keyboard for "sleeping" (like a half moon with zzzz) and press that key WITH whatever color coded key matches the symbol color (usually "FN" key). If there is no suchkey, press the space bar and hold it down a few seconds.

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2. Your laptop is either "asleep" (suspended) or in "hibernation" mode.It does this if left for a long time with no activity/input from you. You must simply "wake the laptop up" now:

Look for a symbol on keyboard for "sleeping" (like a half moon with zzzz) and press that key WITH whatever color coded key matches the symbol color (usually "FN" key). If there is no suchkey, press the space bar and hold it down a few seconds.

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