HP Pavillion dv6000 once in sleep mode, won't wake up/crashes
Just about what the summary says. If the computer has been left alone for awhile (screen open) it will go into sleep mode and will not come out of it. Wish I could say I knew it was doing something, if the screen was visible. The sometimes happens when I close the screen, it's about a 50/50 chance it won't come back to life.
When this happens, I will always have to manually reboot the computer.
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You should be able to just press the main system unit power button to wake up your 'sleeping' computer which will then resume your Windows desktop and bring you back to the Login panel if you have a password set for your account.
Click on Start, Control Panel, Network Connections, Right click on local area connection that is connected and click properties Under networking tab, click configure. New window opens, then click on last tab power management, take check mark out of "Allow this device to wake the computer" then click "OK"
hi...if u can read " no input signal" from ur screen, this means that ur monitor is ok.. Look if u have power buttons on ur keyboard.. try to wake it from there.. some pc may have shortcut keys to bring back the pc... look @ ur pc docs on the internet for more info... However if it's a hardware issue, it may be that ur RAM memory needs to be cleaned
If you can restart it and it starts up fine, then I would go into the power settings and disable sleep mode. Every computer is different on how to wake a sleeping computer, so you could read through your manuals and find out for yours, but I just disable sleep mode on all computers so i dont have to hassle with it.
This is a common problem with HP Pavilion laptops, including mine. Check and make sure there are no non-OS programs running that are trying to control power settings (like a power monitor program running in the system/task tray) and then turning of hibernation in the POWER SETTINGS and then for all "WHEN I CLOSE LID" and "WHEN I PUSH THE SLEEP BUTTON" and "WHEN I PUSH THE POWER BUTTON" select DO NOTHING, then APPLY. Then SAVE SCHEME AS and choose any new name. This will disable all sleep modes forever, but at least you can get on with normal use.
If you are geeky, try going into the BIOS and DISABLING anything marked WAKE ON, and disabling anything having to do with automatic power features, and then try hibernating and so forth normally through the OS again. Sometimes this works if there are conflicting settings in the BIOS also trying to increase power efficiency.