My girlfriend was using the laptop and she put down the screen and went to sleep.( she didn't turn it off).in the morning she open the screen up, and it didn't start up.so she taught it went into hybernation, so she took out battery and place it back in and it still wouldn't start up. please tell me how to solve this one or what happen to it.
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Re: Theres no display on screen
By shutting the screen you have activated power saving followed by hibernation.when you lift screen and press power a screen appears telling you what programs are currently running and your icon to enter.by removing battery you have (computer term) illegally shut down,possibly with programs running,which incidently is a good way to loose sys32. which would require a repair or install.
Not ur case as of yet.restart ur pc and press f 8 about 4 seconds later .black screen with options appear ,navigate to start windows with last good configuration.windows will restart with last good settings .
if you choose to go asleep whilst a program is running you can configure windows not to go into power save mode or hibernation,turn off hd,turn off pc etc .
if you right click mouse in any space on desktop,select properties,screensaver,power.....you can change settings there to suit.
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Connectthe power adapter to the power jack on the side of the laptop. Plug thepower adapter into the wall. Confirm the power cable is secured to thepower adapter.
Openthe lid to the laptop. Move or touch the mouse, tap the keyboard, orpress the power button to attempt to wake the computer from hibernationor sleep. Wait at least 30 seconds.
Click "Start." Click "Control Panel." Type "power" into the search field. Choose "Power options" from the results.
Select "Choose when to turn off the display" from the left pane. Click the drop-down menus next to "Turn off the display."
Select a time to turn off the display after a period of inactivity. Click "Never" to keep the display on at all times.
Clickthe drop-down menus next to "Put the computer to sleep." Select a timefrom the options, or click "Never" to prevent the computer fromentering sleep mode. Click "Save changes."
Tips & Warnings
Ifyou own a Toshiba A210, A215 or P205D model laptop, you may need toupdate the BIOS. Go to the "Support" page on the manufacturer'swebsite, enter your computer's information and click "SupportBulletins." Review the documents for any notifications related to theBIOS or display.
Some laptops come with a "Hibernate" or "Sleep" button which wake the PC from hibernation.
Goto your computer manufacturer's website and review your laptop's onlinemanual for more information on waking your computer from hibernation.
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Looking at your last comment, it looks like you got it working??? Just an heads up, in the future, you might not want to put your laptop into sleep/standy mode while performing an update. If you lose power or have to do a hard shutdown you could corrupt the update and your PC might not boot back up.
If it didn't go to sleep before you dropped it, then it's not going to sleep after you dropped. It's shutting down or malfunctioning because of something else. You could have caused the memory to shift, or the hard drive to shift or something that happened because of the sudden impact.
I find sleep mode nothing but trouble, eventually corrupts window files over extended use, go into power options, go to stand by and select never and click apply, next go to hibernate "top right" and click, make sure the check box is clear, if not! remove check and click apply and restart your laptop.
remove the battery and adapter. press power button for 30 sec. then connect the adapter. press power button. if this didnt work. you need to ask for an help of a local tech to check for the video card and cable.
if it boots up to your operating system
control panel---->power options--->change plan setting--->
Turn off the display-never
Put the computer to sleep-never
control panel---->power options--->change plan setting--->advanced power setting
-set hard disk "turn off hard disk after" to never
-set Sleep "Sleep after" to never
-set hybrid sleep setting to off
-set hibernate after setting to never
When you click on Power Options, the power options screen will open. Here you can select a power plan, change plan settings.
When you click the Change plan settings option below any of the listed power plans, the Edit Plans Setting screen
will open allowing you to change when the computer should turn off the
display and when to put the computer to sleep, as well as the
brightness setting of the display.
click power settings
set the monitor to never sleep or dim
same on all windows.
the monitor is totally programmable
why not tell OS?
why does my windows 10 monitor go to sleep
the defaults under windows, are always wrong,
it's to keep the FEDs happy with there Energy Star bs.
im on laptop now far far from USA
set it all to not use sleep etccetra.