Portege 3010CT continues to go into sleepmode/standby mode.
I have a ct portege 3010 with 32 MB of ram and original hard drive...
the problem is, it continues to go in stanbye after a few seconds. in this way I can't even install an os on the system...
I've already replaced the RTC battery and have tried all the options in the bios...
It seems that there is a problem with the power, or perhaps I should Flash an older bios?
can someone help me?
little kick at the beginning of the messageboard, this problem could be hardware or software partners?
I'm trying to instantiate the tables in my logical standby and I get this error message
ORA-39006: internal error
ORA-06512: at "SYS." DBMS_LOGSTDBY", line 636
ORA-06512: at line 1
I used the command to instantiate the table below
RUN DBMS_LOGSTDBY. INSTANTIATE_TABLE ('FLXUSER', 'JOB_ACTION', 'NGMES_PROD')
I also provide all the privilege required i.e. LOGSTDBY_ADMINISTRATOR and DBA.still I get the error message.
I found the stricken import warning because the work is getting hit alertlog.
The value of MAXTRANS parameter ignored (30).
kupprdp: master the DM00 process started with pid = 31, OS id = 4648
to run - SYS. KUPM$ MCP. HAND ('SYS_IMPORT_TABLE_01', 'LH137', ' KUPC$ C_1_20131218044529', ' KUPC$ S_1_20131218044529', 0);
Wed Dec 18 04:47:54 2013
The value of MAXTRANS parameter ignored (30).
kupprdp: master the DM00 process started with pid = 51, OS id = 3076
to run - SYS. KUPM$ MCP. HAND ('SYS_IMPORT_TABLE_01', 'LH137', ' KUPC$ C_1_20131218044754', ' KUPC$ S_1_20131218044754', 0);
Wed Dec 18 04:49:41 2013
The value of MAXTRANS parameter ignored (30).
kupprdp: master the DM00 process started with pid = 52, OS id = 4128
to run - SYS. KUPM$ MCP. HAND ('SYS_IMPORT_TABLE_01', 'FLXUSER', ' KUPC$ C_1_20131218044941', ' KUPC$ S_1_20131218044941', 0);
who put in custody just according to me.
kindly help out me
Yes, it could very well be the reason. You can try to recompile. If it doesn't, you can reload the entire datapump utility using following metalink Note:
How to recharge Datapump utility EXPDP/IMPDP (Doc ID 430221.1)
Hello. I bought a laptop Portege of CT 7140 for my son. It is a very good unit but has a "Shutdown" problem - only it used to closing, that is. It seems to power off, but the 2nd of the LHS on the front of the device flashes slowly. The user's guide explains what happens when the device goes into "Standby" mode I tried all the options of FN + F3 (off, standby and Hibernate) with no difference. I disabled the feature key installation in the Panel. I disabled the "Hibernate" mode in the control panel. All to nothing does not. Someone at - it an idea why this is happening and how can I solve? Thanks a lot for your help. Mike
I never heard of this problem, but maybe to reinstall the system can solve it.
Or perhaps reinstall or update the BIOS will help you.
I'm sorry that I don't have a better idea.
I use Windows XP Home Edition and I am fully up to date with the latest version of the software.
I would like to activate my mouse USB power out "sleep mode" on my computer. I found the help topic that describes how to do this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/280108 how to enable the continuation of the Standby Option for a USB mouse
However, when I follow these steps, I don't see the 'allow this device to wake the system from standby mode ' check box on any of the windows as described in the documentation for Ms.
I use a Microsoft Comfort Optical Mouse 3000 (IntelliPoint) USB
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
This gives a test:
1. click on START
2. click on 'run '.
3 type "notepad" (without the quotes) and press enter
4. copy and paste this into Notepad:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
"USBBIOSHACKS" = DWORD: 00000000
"USBBIOSx" = DWORD: 00000000
5. click on file > save as
6. change the dropdown to "all files".
7 type usb.reg as the file name and save the file somewhere easy to access
8 go find the file and double click it. Confirm that you want to add it to the registry
9 restart the computer and see if you can wake the system from standby mode
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When my monitor goes into power saving mode sometimes, it is not be able to save, I solved this stopping mode energy saving, but it means that I have to drain the battery much faster help!
I'm sure it's just the screen as I can hit the power button and it seems closed, (it crashes out of sleep mode and I only managed to get it to go into hibernation, once with success (he complains that there there not enough wealth, but there a lot 33 GB of free hard disk! that's a lot to store 2 GB of ram) it is really annoying and I have yet) the laptop over a week!
Is it possible to find a solution or a way to find what is causeing these issues?
I read your messages carefully and I'm really a bit confused. As far as I know all the tools pre-installed on each unit of Toshiba are tested. Sleep mode and standby extended too and I can't really understand what is happening in your case.
The problem may be caused by the use of some third-party software of the part. In my opinion, do not do some experiments with non-Toshiba (driver chipset or display) software, because the software is adapted to the architecture of the unit and equipment.
Sometimes, when Windows resume a standby mode / sleep, the resolution of the fall of the graphics card to 1024 x 1280 x... I have to hand, then change the resolution to 1280 x...
Any advice how to fix this?
Is your laptop Portege preinstalled with recovery DVDs or already has the factory settings?
I don't know if it will help, but try to install the latest display driver available on the Toshiba download page.
When I click on the icon the computer shutdown ensures he begins to go into sleep mode and then turns back on. I can hibernate the computer or stop it but not in standby
Can go into the Hibernate mode, but not the sleep mode so use Hibernate
WSD Print device device driver prevents computer from going into standby mode
This message indicates that the computer was unable to fall asleep by a device driver.
Look for the drivers updated printer manufacturers website or run the Microsoft Fixit:
Generally, I leave my laptop plugged in and Standby Mode when I don't use it. I noticed, after several hours (12?), that the power led has stopped flashing. When I press the power button, it starts as if awakening from Hibernation Mode. I am using the recommended HP Power Plan but can't find any option to explain what is happening. Is there a way to avoid change of Mode of Hibernation of Standby Mode?
Don't worry - this is normal default behaivor to save energy. It is fully configurable! You can adjust it never Hibernate mode or hibernate after a longer time - whoever you want - all while keeping the mode 'sleep'.
Here is how to adjust this setting (assuming you are running Windows Vista or 7):
- Near the clock on the bottom right, right click on the battery icon.
- Click on "Power Options" and a new window will open.
- Next to the selected power management, click on "change plan settings".
- In this new screen, click "change power avancΘs."
- Look around until you find the category of 'Sleep' and expand by clicking on the + next to him.
- Find the "Hibernate after" category and expand it by clicking on the + sign next to it.
- Adapt these 2 values (on battery and sector) to one that you would like (type in the minutes). You can also type zero (0) to disable Hibernate completely.
HP Pavilion g6-2111us.
Windows 7 64-bit.
Set up with an ID of administrator and user two identifiers that require a password to connect.
Computer goes into hibernation during the (provided by Cox) McAfee virus scan. Tried to create the power of scanning only management plan. Tried to change the recommended power HP plan. Tried scanning in the administrator ID. In all cases the computer ignores the settings and falls asleep. Firstly, the screen goes black, then the laptop on the USB LED fan cooler matrices is. Now, he's asleep. I hit the button ENTER and the user login screen. I connect and the scan continues. The first time it happened I left running the scan and returns a few hours later and the scan was started. The only way I found to a full scan is by sitting in front of the computer and hitting the key enter every time the screen goes black. It prevents switch to "standby" mode and the analysis ends in just over an hour.
How can I prevent the computer asleep then the scan will finish without supervision. I was able to do it on the laptop of HP running Vista that I used five years before it crashed and I replaced it with this one.
Great, I'm glad that you were able to get the problem fixed!
Hello! I bought a x 360 want m6-ar004dx recently and so far it has been a decent laptop. One thing that has been a nuisance, it is that when I put my laptop on the side (rotated 90 °, open lid and not in tablet mode), the laptop into sleep mode after X number of minutes. Sometimes, the laptop is do not go to standby mode when he's on his side, however, between "standby mode" when I recover my laptop from the above heading. It seems that the accelerometer is triggering mode 'sleep' when he turned in both directions. I checked all my Power Options and ensured that the computer will not mode enter "standby" when it is plugged. Are there settings I can change to fix this?
Thanks in advance!
I looked around and after a long search, I found that this could be a simple and, possibly, a funny solution (you'll know what I mean once you're done, read this).
Obviously, your model is based on the power button on the left side and when you flip 90 degrees and lay your computer on this subject is on the left, the power button is pressed and which puts your computer to sleep according to Settings - ' choose what buttons power "
Please check the settings above on power options and change to - 'NOTHING to DO' for this problem.
Keep me posted, though!
I have a strange problem with my Pavilion (Vista 64 bit): it just won't go/stay in stand-by mode.
Whenever I go through start panel into position mode it seems to go through the process of orders-by only're - wake up' the very next second pressing strongly it's fans and check the dvd player (no matter if there is a CD-ROM/dvd-rom in it or not).
Same thing happens whenever I'm away from the PC long enough for him to enter standby mode automatically. He tries to stand by again after a certain period of time without ever stay in stand-by.
I had the problem since I bought the PC a few months - but having already had to return to the first person that I bought right away I didn't go through the hazzle and take the second return - once again.
Thank you very much in advance for your help!
Sorry for the late reply.
The question that you mentioned usually caused if the network adapter is set to wake the computer from sleep. If you are usign an always on Internet connection then there will be a constant activity in the network card and it wakes you up the PC as soon as you put in mode 'sleep'.
Please, check the following and verify that the settings are correct.
-Press the Windows logo and the R button to open the control box run.
-Type devmgmt.msc, and then click OK.
-It will open up the Device Manager.
-Click on + sign next to network card and right click on the name of the adapter listed.
-Select properties, then click the power management tab.
-If the option "Allow this device to wake up the PC" is checked, uncheck the box that and click Ok.
Try to put the PC to sleep/wake and check if it is in "standby mode".
I would like to know if the procedure worked. Give Kudos if it works.
Printer is not in the network once he spends in standby mode. Only works after I have unplug and plug printer back in.
I understand that you're having trouble with your Photosmart 7520. When the printer goes into sleep mode it loses the connection to the network.
This document contains information on the possible causes of an interruption of the connection wireless, tips to avoid the question, tips to maintain a connection and troubleshooting to help you re-establish the connection Wireless on your printer; The printer keeps Wi-Fi connection.
In addition to the solutions proposed in the document and you've probably already tried, please make sure that the printer is connected directly to a wall outlet, not a surge protector / power bar. Questions when it is connected to an uninterruptible power supply/Strip/surge protector power
In this document, you will see,
QUESTION:Questions or problems may arise when a HP LaserJet printer is connected to a UPS (UPS), a power strip or a surge protector
Put the PC into standby mode. Stuck in the status of "Recovery of Windows". Impossible to restart. Power off several times. F8 doesn't work no more.
I don't think that XP shows a message "Windows Recovery" when it comes out of Stand By.
It does when it's Hibernation.
If you've been cycling power, you can have damaged your system files a bit and should probably start by running a chkdsk/r from the XP Recovery Console.
I read that the wireless flash drive 'off' after ten minutes of inactivity. I would appreciate clarification:
The reader has a standby mode where it can be activated wireless? (so that you can use in car remotely without having to press the button)
If so, the four hours of battery life is defined as four hours of read/write access constant, or four hours of such a mode "stand-by"?
4 hours battery turned on or continuously. WiFi radios are not turned off and there is no standby mode
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