1.)while im working ,suddenly get message 'preparing to stand by'and laptop goes off
2.)laptop hangs a no of times
what is the most efficient thing to do when this happens and why do these things happen ..
please provide me with the best thing to do since im scared, that my hard disk may crash ,when i press the start buttom to get out from the above problem
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Re: stand by and hang problem
This is going to be a simple software glitch. Start by doing a system restore. You may have to go back two or three restore points before it corrects itself. The restore should fix it, but if it doesn't, then you will need to run a system repair with your recovery or operating system disc.
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Ok at boot up press F8, when the Menu comes up, choose Safe Mode, but this time instead of going to the desktop, choose System Restore, follow instructions, and when the Calender type window comes up, simply choose a time BEFORE, the time it went faulty. This should completely restore you to working again. As long as there are NO other problems.
If hang up all the time, and done many formats and still not fix, it It may be drivers, remove all drivers device manager, and replace one at a time, rebooting between installs, If that still not working, then it is usually bad hard drive, that needs replacement.
This may not be with the computer, it could be with your internet provider. If you have a bad or unstable internet connection, then a minor glitch or quick loss of connectivity will cause you to lose the call, even if the glitch is almost unnoticeable. If connected wirelessly, then try a cable and hardwire directly to the net, a wireless glitch could do the same.
In my case with an Aspire 4710 it was the old or incorrect chipset drivers from the Acer site. After downloading the proper new drivers from Intel all is fine. http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/sb/CS-022034.htm