Question about HP Computers & Internet
I have been using Stand By quite frequently lately for quick start-ups. It's been working fine when I come back to the computer hours later butduring the last few days, I've noticed that Stand By is suddenly just going off and I'm back to completely re-starting my computer again. How do I keep stand By by from automatically shutting off- a problem that has just recently surfaced.
I own an HP Pavilion DV5000 laptop.
The presentation power scheme is used when you are giving a briefing using the PC as your slide show. So the presentation power scheme will never shut off the monitor or the hard drive, don't want it to shut down in the middle of a briefing.However, leaving it in that state for long periods of time may cause the CPU to overheat and shut itself down for protection. A better scheme for quick boot up would be Home/Office. Turn monitor off after 20 minutes and "never" for hard disk. This way it will save energy (therefore heat) and you will have a quick boot up. If you are using XP Pro, there is also an option to automatically put it in standby when you close the lid of your monitor. Hope this helps. If you have any questions let me know... Please rate this solution before logging off.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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