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Standby option is disabled (greyed out). I am using windows xp.

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You may need to activate hibernate in your power options.
Start /My computer > Control pannel > power options > Hibernate Tab

Tick Box > apply > ok

I think, let me know if it works

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In windows XP
1)Right-click the desktop, and select "Properties."
2)Click the "Screen Saver" tab, and click the "Power"
button at the bottom.
3)Change the option next to "System Standby" to
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My hp L1506 going to sleep again and again


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In windows XP
1)Right-click the desktop, and select "Properties."
2)Click the "Screen Saver" tab, and click the "Power"

button at the bottom.
3)Change the option next to "System Standby" to

"Never" for either "Plugged in" or "Running on

batteries" or both if that is what you want. Click

"Apply," "Okay" and "Okay" once again to close the Display Properties dialog.
In windows vista

1)Click the "Start" menu, and then click the Control Panel.

2)Click "System and Maintenance," and then select "Power Options."

3)Select "High Performance" to disable the overall sleep mode. The monitor will still go into sleep mode unless you click "Change Plan Settings" and disable all sleep options.
In windows 7

1)Click "Start," and then select "Control Panel."
2)Double-click "Power Options."
3)Select "High Performance" under "Additional Plans," and then click "Change Plan Settings." Change all of the options to say "Never."

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Hi, I am not sure whether you have installed the required Video Adapter Drivers. Please install them and then go to
  • Control Panel -> Power Options.
  • Do the necessary adjustments. You will be shown the "Standby Options".
Alternatively...
  • Right click on the Desktop.
  • Click on "Properties".
  • Go to Screensaver.
  • Click on "Power".
  • Both the ways will direct you do the "Power Options Panel".
If you want to find the Drivers for your Video Adapter, please let me know the Model number and Manufacturer.
Please rate the answer if the solution helps you. Feel free to contact back.
Thanks for contacting Fixya!

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http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/06/29/disable-and-prevent-laptop-or-notebook-from-sleep-standby-or-hibernate-when-closing-the-lid/

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In Windows XP you can disable hibernation by doing the following:
1. Open Power Options in Control Panel
2. Select the Hibernate tab
3. Clear the checkbox for enabling hibernation
This doesn't work in Vista however because the GUI for Power Options has changed and doesn't offer the ability to disable hibernation. But you can disable hiberation in Vista from the command line if you use admin privileges. Here's how:
1. Press the WINDOWS key and type cmd into the Start Search box but *don't* press ENTER
2. Right-click on cmd in the Programs list and select Run As Administrator
3. Click Continue when the UAC prompt appears
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