Question about Samsung NP-NC10-WAS1US Notebook
Has there been any damage? Is the monitor disply timing out due to settings? You didn't post your OS, a Windows 7 solution: Open Control Panel, Power Options, set to High Performance, select Change Plan settings, set Turn off Display time, set Sleep to Never, set dim to 100% olugged in, select Change Advanced Power settings, scrool though and set Sleep and Hibernate to Never, Power Buttons and Lid to Shut Down, Display set to your preference. On battery your laptop will have default setting to conserve Battery power.
Posted on Apr 23, 2013
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