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Go into power saver setting advanced and disable the USB sleep setting
Posted on May 20, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have Windows 7, click the start button and select Control Panel, then select "power options". In the left margin select "change when the computer sleeps". In the next box select "change advanced power settings". In the advanced power options box look for "power button and lid" and click the plus box next to it and change your settings. Make sure to click "apply" after changing the settings or it won't take.
Xp and Vista will be similar. In all cases you want to go into Control Panel and select power options.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
There is a setting somewhere in control panel that should be set to... when lid is closed..."do nothing".
This should be in the power settings. The other options are "shut down", "sleep" or "hibernate".
Posted on Feb 01, 2019
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