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My hp desktop with intel pentium 4 works for a a few seconds when plugged into power,but after it keeps running and displays "power save mode""

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Hi, try this: assuming you're running XP. right click an empty space on the desk top, left click properties, click screen saver.
click power. click all the drop down boxes and select "never"
click apply then O.K.
the other way is: control panel, open power options

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Either the RAM is not compatible or not inserted correctly. Try removing and reseating both modules, if no change try with only one stick then switch and try just the other to see if the problem is just with one. You could also try resetting the BIOS to factory defaults.

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SOURCE: computer screen comes on for a few seconds and

Try this ..Control Panel, Power Options, Look for how your PC is set up.There are choices you can change to correct this.Good Luck.

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