Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem when I first bought my Acer Aspire One a few weeks ago. I searched the web for answers, but it didn't really seem like anyone had a solution. However, one guy on a forum or website said something that gave me an idea - he said something like: What's the problem? Just open it up, hit the power button, type your password, and it wakes up.
Well, that didn't seem helpful to me at the time that I read it, but after thinking about it, I had a hunch. I had not set up my netbook to have a password (yet). So I did. And it's been waking up from sleep mode like it should ever since!!!
Hopefully, if you're reading this, setting a password will work for you, too. If you don't know how to set a password, here goes... Start...Control Panel...User Accounts...Change an Account...[Pick your name.account]...then the option to create a password should come up. Let us know if this works for you!
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
One possibility is if you have an optical/laser mouse that is on a relective surface and the mouse light is reflecting and triggering the computer to think that there is activity.
More than likely, your network card is keeping your computer from staying in sleep mode as any internet data activity is taking the computer out of sleep mode making the computer think there is activity.
There is an option in the Network Adapter properties that says to "Allow this device to wake up your computer"
Go to Control Panel and click Classic View on the left hand side
Double Click the Network and Sharing Centre Icon.
On the left hand side of the window that opens, click Manage Network Connections.
Right Click on the connected Network Connection. It is probably the Local Area Connection. Right click on it and choose Properties
A new box will open up. Click the Configure button under the Connect Using: box
Click the last tab at the top that says Power Management.
Under the Power Management tab click the square box that is beside: Allow this Device to Wake the Computer to take the checkmark out of the box. Then Click OK at the botton and close all the windows.
Let the computer go into Sleep mode and see if the computer still comes out of sleep mode on its own.
Let me know if this worked for you,
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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