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Have you checked your power settings? It sounds like it is going into Hibernation. Depending on the version of windows you are using, it may be set to shut down after being idle. For Vista and Windows 7, you can go to your Control Panel, make sure you are in the classic view for XP, and Vista. If you have windows 7. you want to select under category, Large Icons dropdown to access all the Icons. Next go to Power settings. Click Power settings, and see what your PC is set to as far as the display, and you will be able to keep it on forever, or set it to shut off withing an hour. Once you put the amount of time you want to keep your PC on while it is idle, your PC should go off or stay on to your desired time. If this does not correct this issue, you may want to check with the manufacturer, you can usually go to their website, and they can help you. There are great chat support sites. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
Sounds like ou might have the Computer set to either Hib ernate or Standby.
Go into the settings and disable them so as to NOT have Hibernate or Standby.
My wife's Laptop has this problem, and we found that just shutting it down when you don't need it, when on battery this is, is the simplest and easiest way.
On power it doesn't matter, just close the lid is all that is needed.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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