Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
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You need to go into the computer setup mode (displayed on the screen on start-up) and enable that function inside the setup utility.
There should be a category for Power Management and accessing the settings inside of that utility will enable you to modify the setting and save the new settings. Look at the bottom of the screen for the keys needed to save the setting. Once that is completed, you may also need to check Windows settings to ensure that Windows has it set to enable the system from sleep mode back to an active mode.
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