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check power settings by opening control panel -> power options. Check when is the computer set to go to sleep and when to turn of the display. This might be caused by Windows power settings that put the computer to sleep to save power.
open the remote control, and clean the keypads from oxide, corrosion, dirty. change the batteries and put a new ones.clena the contacts batteries with pencil erase. retight the springs contacts batteries, for better contacts. and try again. Otherwise you must go to the repair shop TV for fix it. God bless you
try a new battery yet? (brand new fresh)
sleep mode. so you want it to run for 7 days in sleep.
ive no idea how long this laptop runs in sleep
and hibernate is longer.
no idea at all.
you do know that the speed features are programmable
including what chips do and do not go to sleep'
like USB ports, WIFI, and all wake on , features. like Ethernet chip.
why not just turn it off, and let the battery last longer..
this mode sleep kills batteries faster. way faster.
leave it plugged in all the time to the wall pack.
so the battery never drains unless you need to use it, on battery.
They way these stuffed animals function is by sensors. So when you pick them up by the nap of the neck the legs are suppose to go link. And when you pet the their eyes and mouth are suppose to open. If left alone it will go into sleep mode. Put it on it's back and it acts playful. Make sure the batteries are fresh. Use alkaline batteries when possible as motorized toys such as this are heavy on batteries.
To fix this problem, you need to do the following: Use two small magnets and place them on the eyes. The eyes should open when you put the magnets over them, if not then slowly move the magnets around until the eyes are open. Lay the magnets down (with eyes open). Tape them in place if necessary. Leave them for 24 to 48 hours. When removed the eyes should be open. To prevent this from happening again, make sure the doll's eyes are dry before putting in the naptime pacifier.
Basically it was ugly. The drive enclosure wasn't easy to open and got destroyed.
However, on the Bonus side, I was able to pull the drive out and put it into another enclosure and now it doesn't go to sleep unless I say so. HooRay!!
Sadly it isn't on FireWire anymore but on a much slower USB2. But I'll take the USB over the aggravation of the drive constantly going to sleep. It's easier but buy a FireWire enclosure than stopping the sleep cycle.
I don't want to EVER see a Maxtor OneTouch Plus 4 1TB in my office ever again.
I have the same problem. Its from an over sensitive switch. You arent actually opening the battery case you are pressing against it. This triggers the switch and makes it think you are taking the battery latch off. I haven't actually tried it but you could open up the Axim and cut the cable going to that sensor/switch?