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Satellite A10 Hi, When I click the "turn off computer" button to turn off the computer, it normally appears 3 option to choose, (standby, turn off, restart ), but my A10 notebook only appears turn off and restart to choose, the standby button is dim. then I couldn't choose standby option. How can I choose standby option ? Stephen mmcmimpo@bigpond.net.au

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    when I go to the power options in control panel, I couldn't find standby option, there are 4 taps I can choose, Power Schemes, Alams, Power Meter, Advanced, but none of them can enable standby function.


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You have to enable it in the power options in control panel!


There is a standby option the enable it

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