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Keeps going to sleep mode

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Hi there,

For clarification, may I know how long that your computer before it going to sleep mode?

You can change the settings on how the computer hibernate or gone to sleep mode by going to display properties >> click on the screen saver tab >> clcik on the Power button. There you can set the time on how long the computer will gone to sleep.

Let me know for any clarification.

Posted on Jul 08, 2010

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