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The screen wont come on after its been in sleep mode. it just makes a clicking noise and after some cord manipulation it comes back. sometimes. lately it takes forever t come back on

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If your CM2019 will do same exact thing when connected to a "known-good" pc that has all power save, and sleep modes "disabled", you will need to troubleshoot units power supply/inverter circuit. Do some reading in the fixya profiles to find out about poor soldering and bad capacitors on printed circuit board. I'll bet it's poor solder connections of power transistors on inverter circuit, or bad capacitors. 12fixlouie

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To get it from sleep mode screen is black won't nothing come on it


Long press the Power Button until it turns off. Then restart the laptop. When you get back to it, go to Control Panel and under Security and Power options, manipulate and change your settings on Sleep and Wake mode. There will be many options available for you.

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Sleep mode is a convenient power-saving feature used on both laptops and desktop computers. This feature powers down hard disks, monitors, wireless devices and any other power-consuming peripherals without turning the unit completely off and necessitating a reboot. Sleep mode can prevent battery drain if using a laptop or mobile device while away from the power supply. This mode is useful when quick access to a computer is needed, but can be irritating if the sleep mode takes a long time to come back from. It is simple to turn sleep mode off, based on the operating system being used.

Go to the "Start" button, then click on "Control Panel." In the control panel screen, click "System and Maintenance," then click on "Power Options." This brings you to the "Select a power plan" page. From the "Select a power plan" page, select the option that says "Change plan settings." This changes the settings on the currently selected plan. Select the "Change advanced power settings" option. Click "Sleep" and then click on "Sleep After" to expand it. If using a laptop or mobile PC, click "On battery" and "Plugged in," then select the "Never" option. This turns off sleep mode for both battery and AC use. If you are using a desktop computer, click "Setting," click the arrow and then click "Never" to turn off sleep mode. Click "OK," then click "Save changes" to save the modification. b> Turning Off Sleep Mode - Mac OS b> Click on the Apple logo at the upper left corner of the screen to open the menu and select the "System Preferences" option. From the "System Preferences" screen, click on "Energy Saver." If you are using a desktop, select "Power Adapter" in the top drop-down menu. In the second drop-down menu, select "Custom." Highlight the "Sleep" tab, then adjust the top slider to the far right, marked "Never." I f you wish the display to stay on, adjust the bottom slider to "Never." Click the red button on the upper left side of the "Energy Saver" screen. If you are using a mobile product or laptop, follow step 2 and select "Battery" from the top drop-down menu. Repeat step 3 to change the settings for battery use. Hope this helps.

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Acer aspire not coming out of sleep mode, have tried the fn + f4 button and does not come back on. only get a black screen. plz help :(


  • Unplug the power cord
  • Remove the battery
  • Wait 3 minutes or so
  • Plug the power cord in
  • Power up the computer

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My ipod touch wont turn back on


Warning, this deletes your songs and videos but will make the ipod work again Make sure your Ipod touch is connected to the computer with the usb cable when doing this. Press the HOME button and the SLEEP/WAKE button at the same time and hold them down. The power off screen may come on but disregard it When the apple logo pops up on the screen release just the SLEEP/WAKE button and continue to hold the HOME button.After several seconds the connect to itunes image will come up. You can release the button and continue Now start itunes. Your device should be recognized as in restore mode and you now just have to click restore. It may take a few minutes but your ipod should be back to factory condition and fully functional. GOOD LUCK.

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For the past week, when my Sceptre LCD monitor goes to sleep after inactivity, it won't restart immediately. The blue LED blinks every second or so; eventually, the screen begins to flash the display, and...


Hello there Jake.

Here's your geek-steer ...

== CLARIFICATION ==
  • When you say "sleep", are you certain it's sleep mode, as opposed to hibernate?
  • "...it won't restart immediately." ... you do mean of course AFTER you've given keyboard or mouse input, right?
  • "...the screen begins to flash the display" ... literally flash, as in strobe? Or do you just mean flash, as in "shows".
  • "...Sometimes the whole process takes five minutes, sometimes an hour." ... ???!!! If it takes anything longer than few/several moments, that's very abnormal, even if hibernate mode.
  • "...I can't find the documentation." ... not important, at least not at this point.
== SUGGESTIONS ==

A. RULE OUT THE SIMPLE FIRST.

1. Shutdown
2. Turn off PC and monitor
3. wait 5 minutes
4. unplug all cables/cords connected to monitor (both ends)
5. inspect/clean connect points
6. reconnect all cables/cords
7. plug monitor back in
8. startup system
9. try to duplicate problem

B. CPU HOG.

I'm curious to know what all your "Processes" are doing during this very delayed period of time. By knowing that, you can see which one(s) are running, and which of them are probably crunching hard at the CPU, which MAY explain the delay (I don't know about an hour, but minutes ... yes).

Do you have a "Processes" monitor utility of any kind? If not, get SysInternals' "Process Explorer" (no installation required, just unpack and launch). Make sure at least the "CPU History" item is included in the column header (View > Select Columns). Once launched, allow it to sleep.

Just as soon as able, after it comes out of sleep, review Process Explorer. What, if any, processes are hogging CPU? Post that back, and I suspect we may be a lot closer to a solution.

C. MONITOR FAILURE.

You might also hook up this monitor to a "known good" (functioning properly) PC with like "screen saver" and "power options" settings. If problem not encountered, you can at least isolate the problem to solely the monitor. However, if the only time you encounter problem with monitor is isolated to when coming out of sleep, this is likely a long-shot.

Good luck Jake, and please do post back ...
  • to let me (and interested others) know how things worked out,
  • to provide clarification or feedback.
  • if you have any further questions,
"Today's the best day of my life ... and NOW you're part of it!"
Via-con-Dios and Godspeed -- Geekinator (aka Craig).

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it's probably in hibernate mode. go to your display properties ->screen saver, click the power tab and check the hibernate tab, try disabling hibernate.
Sometimes, if a machine won't properly wake from sleep, there may be a bug in the BIOS, you can try updating to the latest BIOS for your machine. Check the manufacturer's website to see if an update is available.

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It seems that microphone is on.
To turn it off, double click on volume icon on lower right corner of windows taskbar and then click on mute option for microphone

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hi ck leapfrog,

thry this method done through about.com

right click on desktop > properties > screen saver > click on power > set the time u want your monitor to turn off ( but with the pc on ) and the hard disk also, but i would suggest give it more time with the hard disk.
and standby mode, i think it's what you want, it turns off the whole computer but if you touched anything, it will turn back on.
hibernate closes the computer completely but it's same like standby, coz the application will still be running and all.
about the welcome/login screen, click on advanced tab > under options, uncheck prompt for passport when computer resumes.

hope this helps.

regards,

voodoo

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Hi ashbadash93,

I have had similiar issues in the past. Try powering it down by un-plugging it from the back of the pc, wait at least 2 minutes before plugging it back in. After 2 minutes, plug it back in and power on the pc. Sometimes this helps.

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I've seen this on many Dell machines, and I've found no real fix for this. It seems that this function either works or it doesn't. You can do a restore back to a point that you remember it working properly, but eventually it will start doing it again. I've decided that this is a glitch with Dell's systems. You can also do a bios update from Dell's support site, sometimes this helps with the little glitch they pick up.

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