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After sometime while not using my pc it goes on sleep mode.when i try to press any key or the mouse it does not activate. please help

After sometime if not using my pc is going on sleep mode. and when i press any key or the mouse it does not activate. pse help.

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Ok got t o your power mangement setting and extent the time of sleep and do change the setting of your mouse power management in Device manager. wake system when in sleep mode something like this just check it and enjoy.

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