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Stanby mode when i click start then turn off theres 3 options standby tunoff and restart but theres no light on the standby so i cant put into the hibernate mode it was alright thursday any info please

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Goto control panel, performance and Maintenance, Power options, Power options property, hibernate tab, enable,apply, advanced tab, select how you want to stand-by or hibernate unit, apply.

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