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Open Control Panel, Power Options, Advanced Power settings, Change Sleep to Never, Hibernate to Never. Adjust to your preference.OR right click on a open space on the desktop, depending on the OS you are using, select Properties or Personalize, Select ScreenSaver, set time. It's a good idea to shut down your machine when not in use, even if you have a UPS, Your computer will last longer and a reboot every day resets the computer.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this sounds like a bad power supply unit. First check that your Ram and graphics card a free from dust and dirt by removing them from their slots and cleaning them with a dry soft paintbrush then replacing them gently but firmly. Next check that all of the power cables going into the motherboard are pushed in gently but firmly. If this is done and you still get the same problem, then I suggest changing the power supply unit.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
i might have to reformat your computer and if that doesnt work then take it mack to the manufacture and see what they can do about it sorry.
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Posted on Apr 22, 2009
I had the same problem on E725 model, I fixed it by installing XP SP3.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
A lot of IBM laptops do not have Nvidia graphics. Shutdown errors can be caused by many reasons including bad drivers and programs that do not shut down properly. It can be tough to isolate the specific problem. Here is what I did with my IBM laptop when it had this problem. I hope it works for you!
Windows XP Freeze at Shutdown with IBM Laptop: I had this problem while setting up an IBM T43p with XP Pro from the IBM Product Recovery disks. After much frustration I found the problem was a bad driver. In Device Manager>System Devices I uninstalled "Atmel TPM legacy device," a Trusted Platform Module driver. The T43p would then shutdown and restart without a hitch.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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