Question about Dell Latitude C840 Notebook
Since installing XP, I can't get the laptop to go to stand-by when I close the lid.
Windows does not give me that option when I access the advanced settings in Power Option Properties.
Is this a hardware issue?
Yes this sounds like a hardware problem the switch is not telling your laptop that the lid is closed you might want to take this to a computer tech and have them change it
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If you have Windows 7, follow these instructions to change what your laptop does when you close it's lid. If this is helpful, please give me a good rating.
Click on Start -> Control Panel
In the Control Panel Search box, type Power and press Enter
Click on "Change what closing the lid does"
Choose your desired settings and click Save changes.
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