Wouldn't wake up with moving mouse, hitting key, etc. I shut it off and when I turn it back on, I get a very colorful, flashing screen. I shut it off, I get a Microsoft Windows hibernating screen and it turns off. Have tried several times, for different lengths of time.
This happened last week, but worked the third time I turned it on. Not so today. I would appreciate any thought you may have on my delimma.
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You may have a virus in the system, to check you will need external mouse and keyboard to run a full scan of your system with your anti-virus, go to www.download.com Type: malwarebytes anti-malware and run a full scan.
try taking out all peripherals like mouse printer keyboard leave screen pluggged n then press and hold the power button for 2 minutes then plug in your mouse and keyboard and see if it boots hope this helps
There is a FN + Key (F9 for me) Hotkey to disable the elan touchpad on ASUS Laptops. This might be the problem if someone activated it by accident. Also the correct drivers might be missing. You can get the latest drivers on ASUS Homepage http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us
Perhaps your computer is hibernating instead of going into standby which takes a little longer to wake up from. While you are playing plugs and cables it give it enough time to come out of hibernation.
When the computer is in this mode the USB ports turn off which disables keyboard and mouse so the only way to wake up the computer is to press the power button on the computer itself.
One tell tale sign a computer is in hibernation is that the power light on the computer will slowly blink.
It is probable that the ROM system, called BIOS (Basic Input/Output System), is set to not wake your computer by moving the mouse or pressing a key on the keyboard.
I do not know which BIOS your computer is running so I can only give a general answer.
When your machine is starting up, look for a message that says "Press F2 to enter BIOS" or something like that. Your machine may have a different F key assigned to enter BIOS.
There should be a setting in there that allows you to change the values for waking the monitor. It should say something like "Use keyboard and Mouse to wake up computer", it won't say those exact words, but something like that. If the value is set to disabled, then enable it. Then save your changes and exit (Usually by pressing F10)
Be careful when in BIOS. Changing settings you do not understand can make your computer behave erratically or stop functioning altogether.
Ok sounds to me like a power supply problem.. this a a fairly common symptom. I suggest that as a temporary fix you set the monitor to NOT turn the power off to the monitor in sleep mode if possible, in your power settings for the monitor.