Problems with resuming windows when i close the lid!!!!!
Hello, when I close the lid and open it later it used to just resume windows, but now it does nothing at all stays at a black screen. When i push the blue button or switch it does nothing either unless i lold 1 of them down.it does an improper shutdown?? can anybody help??
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Your Power management is corrupted. It is part of windows. Here is the procedure to fix it, from HP.
It involves setting a key in the registry. You'll need to find a tech and let him follow the instructions to correct the issue. It should be simple for the tech.
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Try holding down the power key to force it to power off. Power it back up again and you should get the Windows Resume Loader with the following options "Continue with resume" and "Delete resume data and continue with startup". I can't remember the exact wording of the options, it may be different but you need to select the later or second option "Delete resume data and continue with startup".
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your LCD panel cable could be disconnection. you need do follow steps
1) open LCD lid front cover, and loosen lid back cover, looking for a cable and a plug (plug in the socket) at back of panel, take out it clean all pins then reseat it.
2) if not fixed, you need change the LCD cable, because this symptom most cause the cable disconnection at plug and socket or itself..
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ok this is a problem in your power management go to your power options screen and click on power management then click on the hibernation or sleep option and select never at the bottom of the screen apply the settings and restart your pc that should fix the problem
it is possible that the latch is sticking. located under the lid.
try pressing the small button, with a small blunt screwdriver.
Failing this, adjust the settings in My Computer/Control Panel/Display settings or Similar. If they,re adjusted to hibernate/sleep/shut-down computer, when i close the lid.
this is where the problem will be. Try changing to Do-Nothing or similar.
Model? On My Travel mate screen resume after lid closed if I touch any arrow key or If I use FN + ESC (Zee key) On other model you can have to use FN F4 or F5 or F6 Check documentation at Acer WEb site
I had the same problem on my Toshiba Satellite U305, struggling with it for the past 4 months and having to use Shutdown each time I was done using it. Very frustrating! Toshiba worked with me several weeks, telling me to re-install Vista and all the fixes, which took a lot of work backing up etc and this did not fix the problem. Today they finaly told me to try entering this special command and it fixed my problem. Maybe it will fix yours too.
Create a shortcut on the desktop and to make the shortcut, right click on the desktop, choose Create Shortcut, enter CMD.EXE where it asks you to "Enter the location of the item". This will create an icon on the desktop that looks like a mini-command prompt. Then on the desktop, RIGHT click on the CMD.EXE shortcut/icon you have created and select "Run as administrator". This will open a command prompt window. Here in the black-box with white letter window, enter the command "powercfg -h on" (without the quotes). Reboot and see if the problem is resolved. This fixed my Toshiba Satellite that had this problem.