I've just put a 4350n in my office. While in sleep mode it seems to wake up every 10 minutes of so and sounds like it is going to print something, makes a noise for a couple of minutes, then goes quiet. The whole time the panel says it is in sleep mode. The cycle repeats itself.
Other printers I have had were silent the whole time while in sleep mode.
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Re: 4350 nosiy while in sleep mode
If it comes out of "sleep mode" every 10 minutes, and you haven't touched the printer or sent any data to the printer, try unplugging the LAN cable for 15 minutes. If the printer stays in "sleep mode"either the formatter is bad or whatever is on the other end of the LAN cable could be bad. If you can put the printer on another PC to see what happens, that would really help you out.
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Try putting it into DFU mode which is
-hold sleep/wake and home button untill it turns off
-let go of sleep/wake button still hold home button for about 10 seconds
-plug it up to iitunes
-and it should be there
Sleep mode on a Windows 7 PC saves power without you having to turn your computer off and without losing any work. This option cuts the power to your monitor, powers down the hard drive and pauses all functions until you awaken the computer from hibernation. Whether you have a laptop, desktop or workstation, putting your computer into sleep mode will lower your electric bill and save money! Click the "Start" button in the lower left corner of your desktop. In the lower right corner of the Start menu, next to the "Shut Down" button, is a button labeled with a small, right-pointing arrow. Mouse over the arrow. The Shut Down menu appears. Point at "Sleep" and click on this option. Your Windows 7 computer goes into sleep mode. Wake your computer from sleep mode by jiggling the mouse. There may be a delay of a few seconds before your hardware powers on. All of your open programs are still open and your work is intact, just as you left it before the computer entered sleep mode. Configure your Windows 7 PC to go into sleep mode automatically when it is not used for a certain amount of time. Click "Start" and select "Control Panel." Click "System and Security." Click "Power Options." A menu opens. Click on "Choose when the computer sleeps" and select the number of minutes of inactivity. You can also set a separate time interval to put your monitor into sleep mode. If you set both to 10 minutes, then your PC and monitor will automatically go into sleep mode after 10 minutes of inactivity
The PGDT controller may have been programmed to go into sleep mode. If so, if the chair isn't used for up to 10 minutes, the chair will go into sleep mode - then beep every once in a while to remind you it is sleeping. Go ahead and wake it up and then shut it off. It won't mind.
The computer is most likely going into a sleep mode after 30 minutes, normally you can wake it up by simply moving the mouse, or pressing a key on the keyboard. If the sleep mode is malfunctioning, which is sometimes the case, you can disable it by clicking start, then control panel, then power options, and on the left hand side you should see 'choose when to turn off the display'. It varies slightly for different versions of windows, but what you're looking for will be in the control panel under something mentioning power. The instructions I've given are for windows 7
hope this was helpful.
The hinge is a very fragile part of the Macbook. In the hinge goes all the video and sound cables, as well as the backlight power. You can have a hardware problem here with your connectors.
However the sleep mode can also take its time to wake up:
- The hard dive needs to wake its 5400 rpms
- The system has to wake
- The video has to wake
I would think that a fast internal hard drive, as a SSD drive for example, will wake up much faster.
Hope this helps