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After downloading xpsp3R2 mycomputer will not stay in hibernate. Reboots after a minute or 2.

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Go in safemode and in run type eventvwr that will show u the errors that should cause reboot.

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My HP 1120NR Mini _ with XP re-installed, everything is OK, but when folding the running computer, and then open it ....How to chage it back from the hibernate state to working state ? ("fn" and...


You need to set or choose the Windows XP power scheme according to the way you want it.
1. on the desktop, click on start at the bottom left of the screen
2. on the pop-up window, click on Control Panel
3. in Control Panel window, double click on Power Options
4. in Power Options Properties window
5. under Power schemes, click on v for a list to select the appropriate power scheme.
6. under Settings for power scheme selected, customize as necessary and then click Save As...
7. click Advanced tab
8. select desired Power buttons action ... close lid, press power button, press sleep button
9. click Hibernate tab
10. under Hibernate, if required, click the check-box to toggle the Enable hibernation
11. click OK to exit Power Options Properties

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My computer stays on, I like to go idle after few minutes


Hello,
You can adjust the sleep and hibernate functions by using the Power Management tool in Windows.

1. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Performance and Maintenance, and then click Power Options
2. From here, you will be able enable/disable hibernate and specify the time before the computer goes to sleep.

Please let me know if I can assist you further.

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My computer won't wake up after going into


HI, i suggest you unplugged your system from the AC outlet and leave for sometime to rest, power it on back after few minutes and put on your system.

Doing this will help wake your system up from hibernation.

I wish you best of luck.

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Sounds like the laptop is going into hibernation. Have a look at power management to check on what hibernation is set to.If you are watching streaming video then the cpu etc are not doing anything, only your graphics chip is working and as the graphics chip is not polled by the power management system, it thinks you have left the laptop and hibernates it !! Increase the delay for hibernation or turn hibernation off. Just remember to close the screen when you leave the system unattended as this will also initiate hibernation..

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Left click start, left click control panel, left click power options, left click hibernate tab, uncheck enable hibernate, click apply, left click power schemes tab, set every selection under the plugged in category to never then click apply close the control panel. This is just to test internet connection to see if it continues to disconnect from the internet. It won't hurt to visit support.dell.com enter the tag number for your laptop and download the most recent driver for your Intel Proset Wireless Card and any recent updated driver updates if there are any listed. After downloading the new driver and you've performed the test of allowing the laptop to sit with hibernation disabled a while all selections under power schemes set to never. The laptop should not go into hibernate, thus should not disconnect from the internet. Downloading the newest driver is just another suggestion to resolve the issue.

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right click your desktop go down to properties and click on it. then go to the screen saver tab and select power. then set the times there and hit APPLY then Hit ok.

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I was downloading, after ten minutes it was turned off


make sure that the computer was not on sleep mode or hibernation. word of advice, when you try to download something from the internet be sure that the ac adapter or charger is connected at all times to prevent the computer from going to hibernation. you can disable hibernation by going to toshiba power management console.

i hope this info helps.

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Windows HP AMD Vista PC won't awaken from sleep/hibernate - sometimes


To the original poster: There's a patch from HP related to this. Visit hp.com, and review the support download and drivers.

Below is the solution if you can't find the patch from HP, or if you're one of the countless people having this problem on another brand computer (usually an Acer or Toshiba with Vista and AMD chips).

The problem is actually related to the screen-saver, not to sleep/suspend/hibernate, although since they tend to happen in similar time frames and similar ways, it's hard to pinpoint. To resolve...

1. Set your computer power-scheme to "max performance" or "high performance".

1a. Alternatively, go to Power Settings, then click on Change Plan Settings, then click on Change Advanced Power Settings, Scroll down to Processor Power Management, and set Minimum Processor State to 100 percent for both plugged in and battery.

(For 1 and 1a, I realize some people don't like that the "solution" is actually a "work-around", but at this point in time, nobody from either Microsoft or AMD has fully "fixed" the problem, so to use your computer, you're stuck with a lowly "avoid the problem" workaround.)

2. You have AMD chips in your computer, so chances are, you have ATI powered video. Go to Catalyst Control Center, and turn off "PowerPlay".

3. Also for your power settings, set your "Turn off monitor" setting to a suitable value, 5 to 20 minutes (whatever your like), AND TURN OFF THE SCREENSAVER ENTIRELY. The "turn off monitor" will do basically the same things that the screen saver would do, and avoids the problem that Vista/AMD computers sometimes have.

If you're brave, you can skep step 3, but I recommend doing all 3 of the steps.

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My pc turn off after e few minutes


It sounds like you have "Hibernation" mode activiate. Try these steps to re-configure Hibernation....
It can be configured to kick in automatically via the Power Options Properties screen. In the screen capture below I've selected the Portable/Laptop power scheme that includes a setting to put the system into hibernation mode after 3 hours of system inactivity.
sp32-20040707-141822.gif The Advanced Tab in Power Options Properties gives you the option of setting Power buttons to invoke hibernation. Many keyboards contain a 'Sleep' key that is very convenient to use with hibernation as illustrated in the screen capture below.
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You can select "NEVER" in the pull down menu....

Let me know if this helps!

~~Jasta~~

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