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IBM x31 thinkpad power off when in battery mode, when i shift to safe mode, it works fine the same thing when using the ac adaptor power directly.

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Position your cursor on your screen and right click properties. Select screen saver and and at the bottom your will see power. Click on that and select when you you want your computer to power off on battery or AC power. You will have the option to select "never" on both.

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