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How do you adjust the battery on the computer to keep it from shutting down?

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    John Savage May 11, 2010

    Do you mean stop it from going into hibernate or power save mode? Also is this a laptop or a destop and what OS are you running?



    Thanks.



    J

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Assuming laptop:
start->settings->control panel->power options
on a desktop with a UPS, run the software that came with the UPS

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