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Stand-by have a HP Pavilion a700n desk top and cant get it to stand-by . used to before system recovery. I could move my mouse or touch a key and it would come back to life . PLZ HELP

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Go to Start-Control Panel-Power options
there is an option for standby mode adjust accordingly, when you preformed a system recovery it probably set standby to never.

Hope this solves your problem, feel free to post back if it doesn't. Feel free to leave positive feedback, and thank you for stopping by Fixya!

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