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Away from computer, screen goes black. cannot resume. have to turn off (reset) computer

If i leave the computer for a period of time the screen goes black. when i come back and try to move the mouse to resume nothing happens and i cannot get out of this mode. is there a command i could enter to let me resume or can i turn off this function completly so i do not risk harming my computer by cutting the power and restarting. thank you

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It must have gone into sleep mode, Close your laptop screen and open it again, if it doesn't work get professional help

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1. Start with printer OFF
2. Hold down RESUME and then hold down POWER
3. Release RESUME
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Hi,
Depending on how your keyboard is configured, that key is set to do one of two things:
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1. Unplug the printer (NO power or any connection)
2. Flip the whole thing Up side down
3. At the bottom, you can see there are screws
4. they are for the generator of the power supply
5. Take them away
6. And slowly take away the "brown" box”
7. Then you will see a power cord links with printer
8. Use a very small driver to release it with real care
9. Leave it for 30 minutes
10. Put it back together .... done

After that
Also, from other, but work....
The reset procedure (for canon MP130) is:-
Turn on the machine
(1) Press MENU
(2) Press SCAN COPY SCAN to enter service mode
(3) USE > to got to NVRAM ACCESS
(4) set ABS-M LEVEL to 0
(5) set ABS-P LEVEL to 0
(6) Press STOP to EXIT
DONE !

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