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Stand By Shutting off on my HP Pavilion DV5000 using Windows XP

I have been using Stand By on a regular basis between computer usage but lately it has been shutting off on its own which was not happening before.
On Power Options I switched to Always on and Never on the Stand By drop down category with or without batteries. Does this happen after a while with continual Stand By use? Any solutions to avoiding this shut off or is something suddenly wrong internally?.

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  • philipfishma Feb 06, 2009

    I have a Windows XP Operating System. Does this change any of your recommendations?

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Is your laptop's Operating System Vista? Also, does the laptop completely power off or just go to sleep and nothing you do (touchpad/pressing keys) brings it out of sleep? If it still is powered on, but won't come out of stand by, or sleep mode try this: Go to Control Panel, and on the left hand side click Classic View then double click the icon for Power Options.

There will be a few options under Preferred Plans and one is selected (Filled in dot)

Under the Power Plan that is selected, click Change Plan Settings and on the next screen, click Change Advanced Power Settings.

You will have a new window that opens up with a bunch of categories with little boxes with + signs. Click the + Sign box beside sleep to open op the menu. In the options under sleep, change HYBRID sleep and HIBERNATE to NEVER. Especially the Hybrid sleep as this was a problem I found with Vista. It sounds like the computer is going into the Hybrid/Hibernation and not comping out from it unless you power off the computer and turn it back on

Also, click the + sign beside Hard Disk and make sure the option to "Turn off Hard Disks After" is also set to NEVER

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    Ryan Stiers Feb 07, 2009

    Well, it will be a couple different menu options with XP instead of Vista, but does your computer completely power off, or you just can't get the desktop screen to come back on with the keyboard/touchpad?



    With Windows XP, go to Control Panel and double click the Power Options icon.



    There will be some drop down menus under the first tab named Power Schemes. Make sure turn off Hard Disks is set to never. Also, (I'm on a desktop, can't see the laptop menu) there may be a couple other options for power settings for laptops in this menu. Check to see what those are set at.



    Then at the top of the box click the Hibernate tab. Then under that tab, uncheck the box beside Enable Hibernation if it is checked.

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