computer won't sleep with power Option
T he power on my HP Pavilion p6706f P C Option turns off the display but not the computer using a predetermined schedule. Have Windows 7 home Premium system.
I hope I can answer this for you two. Here is a lengthy tutorial on sleep and problems mode settings.
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My computer won't go to sleep at home. On the road, it does exactly what I want - after 5 minutes, he made a screensaver of my photos for 30 min, then falls asleep. Home, that she won't, the screen stays on the home screen forever. Help!
I venture a guess that it is running on battery, on the road and connected to the House. You can define things upwards so that the computer handles things like the "sleep mode", etc., differently depending on whether or not it works on battery.The first thing you should do is, make sure that your power settings are the way you want.To do this:
Place your mouse over the the battery icon on the taskbar and right click.
Select "Power Options".
(You can also access power options through the control panel: start > Control Panel > system and Maintenance > Power Options.)
According to the plan used on your computer, click on "Change Plan settings".As you can see, there are two different columns of parameters here, one battery and one for hip. Make sure that the settings for each column are defined as you wish.You can access more advanced options by clicking on the 'change power avancΘs' link. Go through the list of parameters available with care, make adjustments if necessary. Click ok.Click "Save".If this does not resolve the problem, please let us know.Best wishesBookwormDragon
I always put my energy saver to be able to turn off my PC after 10 minutes.
Press a key or move the mouse and it restarts.
Recently he returned to power down then power on its own.
I tried several times to reset and have even reset by default and does not...
I have an ASUS and Windows 7 computer and had no problems with either until recently...
Original title: ENERGY SAVING
Thanks for posting your query on the Microsoft Community.You did changes to the computer before the show?I suggest to remove the battery in case of a laptop and plug it in again and then check.You can run the troubleshooter of power to set your computer's power settings. The resolution of the problems of power check things as settings timeout of your computer, which determines how long the computer waits before turning off the display or enter the mode 'sleep'. These settings can help you save energy and extend the life of your computer's batteryOpen the troubleshooter of powerSee also How to use the registry to set preferred power
Plan of following article and check if it works:When you configure power options for the active power plan in Windows Vista or in Windows 7, the changes do not appear in the Power Options item in Control Panel
Important this section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:Hope this solves the problem. If the problem persists, you can write back to us and we will be happy to help you more
When I'm done for the day with my computer, I click on the power button that is preparing to sleep. Recently, I noticed when I wake my computer is also awake. Since then, I learned from my granddaughter that he wakes up around midnight. She also told me that another that wake up in itself nothing else produced, no program starts, no change of the screen, nothing he just wakes up. Please help me solve this puzzle. I am running Windows 7 64 bit which is an upgrade of Windows Vista 32-bit, and yes I have updated all the components for my computer 64-bit ready. I love Windows 7, but since I installed it my computer became little glitchy if it is a legitimate Word. But nothing for it, is as annoying as this revival on its own.
Have you visited your site of PC makers, so great oem for example Dell / HP or laptop and check the updated drivers specific to your model, and if a win7 PC generic your motherboard manufacturers website?
Have you also checked the schedular task to see if there are active tasks for this time?
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I am running Windows XP SP3 with RAM sticks of 256 MB (2) on an old eMachines T5026 desk top. I added strips of RAM 1.0 GB (2) for the two slots open and computer would not start. I tried with stick (1) 1 G and (2) 1 sticks and it still won't start. I tried to mix and match the 256 with 1 G in each combimation, but it does not start. Won't start with one or two sticks of 256. Best Buy had PC3200 DDR RAM but the spec above States use PC2700. Geek Squad says that PC3200 is OK instead of PC2700. Is this the problem or I had to do something besides just insert new RAM? Suggestions welcome. Thank you.
Thank you for confirming that. I still think that the above tips are relevant:Because what you bought doesn't work, my suggestion is to stay within the plug (PC2700), like this:
I had a problem for the last few weeks when I try to turn on 1 of my computers, initially, it would not just usually turn on and start. I would like to press the button and it would flick amber a second but not turn on. Sometimes it turns on after hours and the last times that the internet on it had become very slow, and yet the same internet worked fine on the computer that I use to post with. The computer itself was not slow, just the internet about it. I don't know how this could be related, but I guess it must be related to my problem given that the Internet is fine on my other computer. The fan on the computer also was not working but replace the PSU which set.
Also, not sure if this is related, but until this problem occurs the computer freezes a lot and I have to force it off the coast. Or he would break himself. I don't know what message it would but it would go to the black screen of death and mention something about an internal clock, then restart itself.
I removed the Mcafee antivirus software a few weeks before and downloaded Microsoft virus softwear on the same day. Other then that I did not any changes to the computer recently. I use a Dell Studio xps 435MT with vista. I checked and all drivers are updated.
Here are the steps I did the last time that I was able to get on this weeks trying to understand the problem: I have run the dell diagnostic test and it detected no problems. I also looked in the event viewer, but there's a lot of mistakes, so I don't know if it could cause a problem. Memory diagnostics have been run, and no problem found there. A comprehensive analysis was performed as well and it detected no viruses.Since then, I've replaced the power supply and now instead of light, flicking a second flashing repeatable, yet does not turn upward. Fan works again tho so it's good, I guess. Power supply is compatible and right hook. Before purchase power supply also bought the new point of sale, so that obviously wasn't the problem etiher.
Please help me I need this computer works again one I am on now is much older and slower.
I suggest you contact the manufacturer for further support as seems to be a hardware problem:
Welcome to Dell support
After going through the procedure that I received the usual message "loading down updates 1 of 9 please don't turn off your computer ' closing, so I left and went to bed. The next morning, but when I turned on my computer as it has been commissioning a box came on my screen "power saving mode" and entering power saving mode nothing happens. I then turn off my computer and then put it again by pressing F8 I hope go to the options of allowing me to boot in safe mode so I can take it from there. However, this does not work and once more, he'll just right to the power saving mode and is right. Y at - it someone who has ideas for what to do. I am running Windows Vista, if this is useful.
Follow the steps below and see if they help.
Do Startup Repair from the windows installation disc and check that if it helps, here is the link:
If this does not help, you can do a System Restore from the system recovery options.
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I have a HP Compaq 6200Pro MT i5-2400 with Windows 7 pro 64-bit.
My problem is that if I leave the computer for 10 minutes, the screen goes black (turns off). When I touch the mouse or keyboard, the screen lights up again, and I have to log in again. It's very annoying. I want to keep it all the time.
I tried to change the power plan in the Panel, but it seems to not work. The computer is not picking up changes I make.
I tried to change the local policy gpedit.msc-> computer-> administrative templates > system-> power with the same result, nothing changes.
I tried to see if he has installed a software of HP power on the computer, but I can't find.
The strange part is that if I listen to Internet radio, the computer\monitor is all the time.
Can someone help me with my problem?
Check the following points.
Open windows control panel, open personalization, click on the link on the bottom right and in the next window, screen saver set time "Wait" to a more acceptable figure and Remove the tick in the box next to "in curriculum vitae, the logon screen. Click on apply, then Ok to save the setting.
DP - K
MacBkPro will be not not to go sleep ever (not with menu or keyboard commands or the cover.) Energy saver prefs checked and they are always the same settings as before the update.
Was suggested to me that the SCM needs to be reset. This is usually a last ditch thing.
Is there anything else I could check before resorting to a SMC reset?
For me 10.11.3 broken sleep when the lid is closed, but I can still use the menu to sleep.
You have hopefully solve this?
Hi I have HP Pavilion dv 7-3162nr laptop. When I turned it on all the lights have gone but the screen was completely black. To add, the shift lock and numlock began to Flash all 3 secends. I have no idea why my laptop that was, but pls pls HELP all my tests and valuable information on the laptop. I'm dead without him! Thank you!
Try a Hard Reset as follows.
Shut down the laptop, unplug the AC adapter and then remove the battery. Press and hold the Power button for 30 seconds. Reinsert the battery, connect the AC adapter and see if the laptop boots.
If the above doesn't help, see if you can match the sequence of "Flashes" to those shown in the table below.
DP - K
I went to 'power options' Panel command five times and specified that the computer to fall asleep after an hour - it isn't - I have vista
Hello1. What is the number of brand and model of the computer?2. have you set a scheduled task for the computer to perform for 30 minutes or more?3. what was the recent hardware or software change is high high computer prior question?Method 1When you configure power options for the active power plan in Windows Vista or in Windows 7, the changes do not appear in the Power Options item in Control Panel
Important this section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
How to back up and restore the registry in WindowsSee also,On troubleshooting in Windows power managementMethod 2If you still face the question and then start your computer in a clean boot and check.How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7
Note: Please follow step 7 of the article mentioned above to start the computer normally, once you have completed the necessary troubleshooting.I hope this helps.
What is the difference between sleep with a password required to wake up and lock? I understand that if I choose the lock, other users can still connect?
Please keep us updated on the status of the issue. I apologize for the late response.
I would like to inform you that if you have not set a password on your user account, then Windows will not ask for the password to unlock or wake the computer from sleep mode. If you move the mouse or press a key on the keyboard, the computer will automatically unlock or to wake up the fashion 'sleep'.
Hope the helps of information.
Please do not hesitate to answer, in the case where you are facing in the future other problems with Windows.
Hello world. I hope someone can help me. Basically, there are two problems: one with judgment of the laptop (Satellite L40 - 17U (Vista 32 bit Home Premium SP1)) down when power is connected and the other with closing the lid and put it to sleep.
1. in recent weeks, it all of a sudden won't stop, whenever power is connected. When it's on battery, it will stop. When the power is connected, and I try to stop, it seems that it closed down (all activity stops and the led goes off) for about 1 or 2 seconds, then it goes back.
2. when I close the lid (all settings in Vista are set to put the laptop in a State of 'sleep' when the lid is closed), the laptop enters a State where it cannot be recovered by stopping by pressing the power button for 10 seconds to close completely. When closing the cover, only the battery LED continues to Flash orange (the way it should be), but apparently the laptop keeps consuming power, because when I restart later (first having to close as described above) tends to be quite an empty battery as it was before the next redΘmarrage it (like go from 100% to 65% in 30 minutes as "standby mode"). Also, when I open the cover, the other LEDS will on new (green), but nothing happens.
After the restart first by pressing the power button for 10 seconds to close, I often get the message that Windows cannot be started and run the system repair.
I just do a completely clean install with the product recovery CD (has not installed SP1 yet), updated to v1.90 BIOS, but the problem remains.
I'm afraid that my only option will be to bring him away for a warranty repair, but knowing that these repairs can take weeks, I'd rather try a solution here could someone recommend me first. If you have any ideas, please let me know.
Never had this problem on my laptop, but with regard to an other users here in the forum the BIOS might help solve such strange behavior for laptop
To be honest the closed question is unclear for me I noticed a problem before on my laptop but the update of the BIOS helped.
This is why I recommend update BIOS first.
If the problem still appears, the ASP should take a look in the notebook.
My Vista desktop going on not in mode 'sleep'. Blanks the screen and then turns back on. I did a powercfg-lastwake and got the number 0 and the response,
1 I want to erase the General corruption and repair/replace damaged/missing system files:
Start - type this in the search box-> find COMMAND at the top and RIGHT CLICK – RUN AS ADMIN
Enter this at the command prompt - sfc/scannow
How to analyze the log file entries that the Microsoft Windows Resource Checker (SFC.exe) program
generates in Windows Vista cbs.log
Run checkdisk - schedule it to run at the next startup, then apply OK then restart your way.
How to run the check disk at startup in Vista
How can I enable hibernation on my Windows Vista computer?
How to reactivate the lack of Hibernate Option in Windows Vista?
Check the settings (BIOS/CMOS) that you can start and ensure that this suite of lan, Wake on modem and
similar are not enabled.
Shoot sleep problems - hibernation
How to solve a problem of Mode for Vista and find a Solution
How to enable and disable Hibernation - you can try to disable and re-enable the it. http://www.Vistax64.com/tutorials/165508-hibernation-enable-disable.html
How to restore the default power in Vista (and then go back and change as you wish)
How to troubleshoot performance problems with sleep, hibernation and resume in Windows Vista
Panel configuration-Device Manager - look at the settings for the network card, WiFi, Modem power management.
and other devices. (Double click on the device and the power management tab)
Panel configuration-Control Panel Home view (non-conventional) in the top-right search pane
type of hibernation - see turn Hibernate on / off
All the default power plans and then set them as you wish.
I hope this helps.
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No matter what I put in power options, the computer won't go to sleep.
The monitor turns off but the hard drives, fan to continue working.
I can't force the drives to put beyond the control of the characteristics to uncheck in the power options.
The computer turns off when the power off but sleep option does not work.
Thanks for any help.
Thanks for posting your question on the Microsoft community.
I would like to know some information about the problem so that we can help you better.
What is the brand and model of your computer?
Thank you for details on the question and your efforts to resolve.
This problem may be due to the following reasons:
-The drivers are not updated.
-Power option settings are incorrect.
-The devices connected to the computer are preventing it from going into standby mode.
I would suggest trying the following methods and check if it helps.
Run Troubleshooter of power and control.
Open the troubleshooter of power
If this does not help, use method 2.
Please use the suggestions in this article and check the issue.
Windows 7 is not going to sleep
I hope this information helps.
Please let us know if you need more help.
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