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My advice is to shut down and unplug the Laptop when not in use. Set the Power Options to High Performance, set Sleep and Hibernate to never, adjust your Advanced Power to shut down when lid is closed. A reboot everyday resets the computer and IF there is a Power Surge your Laptop will not get fried. If left plugged in the battery COULD malfunction and become a fire hazard. Not to mention the unnecessary power applied to components and shortening their lifespan.
Open Control Panel, Power, power settings, change power settings to high performance, Disable Hibernation, sleep. When your laptop is not in use shut it down and unplug. It will last longer and a boot everyday will reset the laptop.
Try this: ( windows 7) Usning an EXTERNAL USB keyboard, reboot the laptop and enter the "Restart with low resolution display" Login as normal Go to Control panel and change resolution to normal settings Visit the Dell site and download the latest drivers for the graphics card.
If this does not help, try changing the hibernation settings: Start / Control panel / Power options/ Hibernation tab/ click to clear the "enable hibernation" box
This wont cure the problem, but it will give you a workaround
I presume that every time you move your mouse that the backlight lights up but without video.If this is the case, you have a faulty Tcon on the LCD. If on the other hand the backlight goes out and stays out regardless of mouse action, you have a faulty invertor circuit.
go to control panel > power options. Turn off hibernate and sleep mode, change all settings to never sleep and change the setting for "when closing the lid" to "do nothing" sleep mode, hibernation can destroy the registry on these laptops, you are better off turning that garbage off and just letting it run.
release your battery. and you plug it again now, you must turn ON your laptop. after show that desktop/wallpaper, you must to set your power setting. START MENU-CONTROL PANEL-POWER OPTION (double click)-in tab Hibernate, you can see that option. If you will be dissapear that check in ENABLE HIBERNATION, you will get soon in your laptop, not be hibernate mode again.
well go to your power setting by clicking on the battery by the clock and then say power options to change those setting such as Hibernating sleep ect... you can also get to this by going to you control panel then power options hope this helps
open control panel then display then click screen saver
then power at bottom of page In there you will find Hibernate and other settings that you can change you can disable able hibernate standby and sleep
Then click apply
restart let me know if this was helpful