Tecra A9: Screen to not wake up
I installed Windows 7 on my Tecra A9.
After a few minutes of inactivity, the energy Manager is the screen off.
When I turn the mouse to turn it on again it often happens that the screen remains black.
But Windows did not crash because I see that the hard drive still works.
Device Manager does not display the device problems.
The graphics driver is the latest in Intel.
What say about it?
Win7 is still not released official and what you use is the BETA version. Toshiba don't offer any proven tools or utilities such as Toshiba power saver for the moment so I assume you are using OS nudes.
Solutions for these questions can be offered at the start of official support.
For the time being, you can use Win7 with some BETA drivers but note that these drivers, tools and utilities are not tested.
I've got Tecra Z50 - A - 11 c and an external display connected to the VGA port.
I implemented the plan of power management to turn off the screen after 10 minutes.
The monitor turns off after 10 minutes of inactivity.
The problem is that is not wake the mouse or a key.
I have to restart the laptop to put the image on the external monitor.
The internal display works fine.
It seems to me like a BIOS problem, but I have the latest version of the BIOS.
What happens if you press the function key (Fn + F5) to change the display output? This combination activates the external monitor again?
Have you noticed the same problem using the hibernation, or "sleep" mode?
I m not very good if it really a laptop before issuing.
I mean the internal display still works fine and it would be advisable to check this problem using different external monitors.
By the way: the laptop supports Intel HD Graphics 4400. Try to install the latest Intel GPU driver:
Double click on the ios10 lock screen does not display Apple pay even if it is enabled in the settings.
Thank you for using communities of Apple Support. I understand Apple pay is not an option when the double click the Home button. I know access pay Apple for a locked screen can do so useful everyday. I'm happy to help you to get this resolved with you.
I recommend first restart your iPhone. This can solve many unexpected behaviours. Follow the steps below if necessary.
- Press and hold the sleep/wake button until the Red slider appears.
- Drag the slider to turn off your device completely off.
- Once the device turns off, press and hold the sleep/wake button again until you see the Apple logo.
If the problem persists, the next option would be to reset all settings. It takes all the defaults, including passwords and Wi - Fi networks, alerts, notifications, brightness, wallpaper and sounds. This will also remove your cards Pay of Apple. Even if no content is lost with this step, it is always a good idea to back up first. If you do not have a recent backup, use the following link for assistance if necessary.
Once you have correctly saved, reset all settings in settings > general > reset > reset all settings.
Have a great day!
I bought the Iphone 6 more. that worked very well the last 6 months but suddenly I see that the LCD is completely blurred. touch screen works not. even when I am clicking on the home button or the sleep nothing works. After clicking the button sleep repeatedly the screen starts to work. It's really me trouble because I'm not able to receive the phone several times. Can someone help me if this is a known issue and what is the solution for this? just a heads up that there is no coincidence.
Try a Reset: press and hold the sleep/wake button and the Home button at the same time for at least 10 seconds, until the Apple logo appears. -Note: no data will be lost
I have a Satellite U500 laptop win7 64 bit and my system may not wake from sleep mode.
"Standby mode" when I press the power button or any key of the keypad power led lights up but the screen stays black and the system is unusable.
Have you noticed this problem in the first moments after upgrade to Win7?
I assume that you made a mistake with Vista?
Have you noticed the same behavior when you use hibernation mode?
My Tecra M4-S435 will not start.
When I turn it on, all I hear is a quick check of the DVD player, a hum of hard drive and fan.
I don't see anything on the screen at any time. I tried an external monitor and still see nothing.
Is this a failure of hard drive, the screen failure or something else?
> That could tell if pulling the battery for 30 minutes he gets to start? (I have not tried with my original Tecra, but I will soon... I just have to put a hard drive in it first...)
I m not very well, but I guess that the BIOS would be defined default value that could help solve this problem.
I had this similar problem with my Toshiba laptop not and the same workaround helped also
HP EliteDesk 800 G1 USDT Win8.1 Pro 64-bit
After the sleep mode to not wake up the keyboard or mouse click.
Pressing the key Power performed a clean boot from the stop.
Computer came with Windows 7 Pro. I installed Windows 8 since the disks provided with the computer and improved online at Windows 8.1. Everything seems to work fine, but the modes of Eve/hibertation.
By pressing on a keyboard or screen sleep button apparently sends computer standby: the screen is black, white power button mouse and keyboard LED off, LED blinks once every two seconds.
However computer not wakes up on a key on the keyboard and pressing a button / a computer turns on, but does boot upward as if it were completely off.
Already checked for the latest version of the BIOS and enabled for keyboard and mouse power management.
Thanks for your suggestion. I tried to experiment with the settings of power for the keyboard and the mouse, and simply made sure that both are enabled to wake the computer from sleep mode. I began to suspect that he may be the controller USB keyboard to wake the computer asleep, and I've experimented with a PS/2 keyboard without result.
Then I reread in BIOS settings help mode "standby" should be indicated in triple LED flash, and I was getting only single blink of the LED, and I started to look into each option in Advanced settings of the power management and guess what I found?
When I turned the sleep > allow hybrid sleep set Off, "sleep mode" started working:
By pressing on the sleep button sends computer mode 'sleep', white LED travels triple flash and two seconds apart, and by pressing a key on the keyboard wakes the computer.
Apparently my hardware configuration somehow comes into conflict with the Win8 hybrid sleep mode. SSD?
HP EliteDesk 800 G1 USDT Core i7-4770 8 GB (2x4GB) DDR3 256 GB SDD,
DVD +/-RW, keyboard, mouse, GigLAN,
WIN8.1 Pro 64
Thanks to all for lead me to this solution!
Hello world. It's just a message of public service regarding an issue I encountered. I found that my 900 Yoga do not "wake up" after he went to sleep when you are connected to an external monitor.
I am connected to a HP 27VX monitor by a C of Type USB to HDMI adapter. I found that my Yoga wakes up without problem if the screen is off (power options disable the display settings), but he does not wake up if she gets to sleep when it is connected to the monitor. The question however is not that he don't wake up, the problem is that for some reason when it is connected to the monitor there's going to ever really sleep (slow flashing white light). I think it is the way of somehow when you try to go to sleep. When he enters this mode, the power led is white, and the only solution is power Yoga of the cycle. I don't know why he won't successfully to sleep when it is connected to a monitor, but my guess is a certain type of driver/hardware between the USB type C HDMI adapter and the monitor problem.
I checked that everything works as designed when I am not connected to the monitor. My solution is to go to power options and turn on my sleep option (when it's plugged in) to "never". Not a solution by any means, just a work around so that all stakeholders (Lenovo, HP) understand how to work with the new port USB Type C. I hope this helps.
Lenovo support makes installation. I don't remember whether or not she has uninstalled the driver first. Sorry:)
A screen connected via HDMI
The other related to the mini port
the two connected on start up is to see the start up bar on the screen not connected on the mini port but then no login screen. When it does not wake from sleep the HDMI display, windows open on this subject are now on another display.
How can I make them work is, disconnect a screen on startup, and then plug it after login. And after waking up from sleep I have to unplug and re plug the HDMI connection.
Never had a problem with the old mac mini.
You can try a reset of the NVRAM. It can sometimes correct
device connection issues (especially the screens).
It won't hurt anything and is a good starting point.
I noticed that sometimes my iPhone didn't wake not (the lock screen display) when the charging cable is removed. the charger / sync port seem otherwise works normally.
Is this normal? I'm guessing that this happens because sometimes when the battery is fully charged, no power goes to the phone and if you pull the cable then, the phone can't tell you have removed the cable, but I have not seen this happen on my previous phones.
Yes, this sounds like normal behavior! On my iPhone 6, when it reached 100% of their capacity and is completely loaded, as it stops in charge, which is why when you unplug the iPhone from the charger the screen does not automatically wake up, because the charger stopped output power to the iPhone when it finished filling. I hope that answers your question!
I have a new Pavilion 500 - 205t Windows 7 Desktop (two weeks). Two days earlier, after the computer is in mode 'sleep', the computer would wake up, but the screen would not. I contacted HP Support and they said not to put the computer in mode 'sleep', but to turn it off instead. They said that the computer could accumulate a static charge which could prevent the monitor to wake up from sleep mode. Their solution was to force a shutdown by pressing the power switch, unplug at the back of the Tower, by pressing the power switch for 20 seconds, plug everything back in and then turn on the computer. The monitor worked correctly then wake up from sleep mode. For the last two days, the computer would wake properly from sleep mode. Today, the same thing happens again. This time, I turned off the computer and then he turned back to (without unplugging everything) and the monitor worked correctly.
Here's my question:
Is it really a static problem? (It has been cold and dry here for several weeks and static is high) Or I have a hardware problem or software that needs to be fixed? Thank you for your time.
I think I found the solution to this problem for my computer. I changed the settings for sleep or sleep 'Hybrid' or 'Hibernate' is allowed. Since then, I have not experienced the problem. I also changed what does the power button, so that when I press the power button, the computer shuts down normally. This prevents a "forced" shutdown if the problem happens again.
Thanks again Bill, for your time. I mark this problem is resolved.
When I close the lid or let it expire and go to sleep he does not wake up when the cover. It doesn't happen every time, but it happens about 8 links on 10.
You can tell it's still on, but the screen remains black.
I searched and didn't find any resolution that worked for me.
A recommendation was disable incident reports, and that did not work.
I preformed also all updates of the firmware as well as the upgrade to windows 8.1.
The problem is exactly the same point 8.1 as it was in windows 8.
Just to follow up.
I did a factory reset the origin of windows 8 and the problem disappeared.
I think it may have been originally caused by my being too aggressive when bloating. I have uninstalled something I shouldn't that caused the problem in the first place.
In any case;
Light (switch) on my screen does not turn off. So, I shut down my computer and restart several times a day, because when I put it in mode 'sleep', he wakes to the top in a few minutes and will not fall asleep. I could put a blanket on my screen when not in use, but I'd rather find a way to make it stay asleep when I tell him.
Light (switch) had already done once before and I was so worried that once I turned off the monitor that I would never get it new on... a bit short of money here, to buy a new monitor, but the next day, I pressed the power button with an additional downward pressure and I could so he could start working again (able to turn the market monitor). It was about 3 weeks ago. Now, the light stays green, unless I stop the whole computer.
Maybe my main problem is sleep mode, which removes the screen for like 2 minutes and then he wakes up to the top and is so rude when I myself and try to sleep, I just turn off the monitor everytime I put the computer to sleep.
Now, I can't turn off the monitor, except by turning off the computer.
I suggest you follow the provided article and check if it helps.
If the problem still persists contact the manufacturer of the monitor for more help and information.
This is a new laptop.
I did nothing about it, other than updates of Windows install and create recovery discs.
- I put the option "turn off the display of" 1 Minute.
- IMPORTANT: I put the brightness screen completely to zero, the lowest setting possible, by using the keys on the keyboard or the brightness option in Windows.
- Let the laptop computer idle for a minute, the screen can accommodate as it should (the laptop is put to sleep after 30 minutes, only display that sleeps, the laptop is still awake).
- Move the mouse, press the keys on the keyboard, the screen doesn't come back to the top. The computer is still in place and in the course of execution-i can switch keyboard backlight On / Off with the keys, but the display will not wake up.
- Press on the "brightness +" button on the keyboard, the screen wakes up. It is the only way to wake up. The other option is to press on and hold the power button, force a stop down and restart the computer.
- This occurs ONLY when "brightess" is set to the lowest level. If the brightness is set to again one level above the lowest, the issue cannot be reproduced. Move the mouse or press any keyboard will wake up the screen in this situation.
- The two graphics Intel HD 5500 and GTX 850 M drivers are up to date.
- BIOS is updated as well.
- Battery / sector makes a difference. If the display brightness to the lowest, the screen will ALWAYS fail to wake up, regardless of which power source is being used.
What should I do? Please don't tell me this is a minor problem and I have to live with it.
There are so many problems minor with this laptop, and all these add make a total piece of cr...
My almost 5 years probook with a second generation core i3 processor and no discrete GPU is better than this all-new 5th generation core i7 + laptop GeForce GTX.
I'm starting to regret this purchase. I should have gotten another probook. Thought that offers want a better "bang for the buck", and now I think it was a huge mistake.
Anyway, no idea how I can get this fixed? Looks like a right driver problem? Or is this a hardware problem? Can we with a trial of mobile Envy this out and tell me if the problem can be reproduced on their platform? It cannot be reproduced on my Probook.
I'm so glad to hear you're solves the problems you had! The key is that you are now without a problem.
To answer 2 questions;
1. to my knowledge, if you purchased the HP 3 year extended warranty on the spot with a cover against accidental damage, then it usually starts from the date of purchase. Be sure and check out I would suggest either go this site check your product warranty and/or contact us.
2. I'd say creating new recovery disks. The old drive will not help to you on your product. You have the ability to create new disks of recovery of the product without any reported problems. I wouldn't take the chance, I just came out with the old and turned to the future.
I hope this has helped!
Have a great day!
When my computer goes to sleep sometimes it won't wake up. It seems to happen when not used for long periods-2 or 3 hours. In power settings, I sleep at 5: 00. The screen turns off, but computer would stay as wanted. When he did this time the screen would not come back. Usually to move the mouse could get things. I tried to hit the buttons on the mouse and the keyboard, nothing. I had not turned monitor works, reads "no signal".
All the ideas!
Sleep store the Windows operating system into RAM memory and depends in part on the power to keep what in memory to be corrupted.
If disabling sleep slows down your problem, then try
It runs from a floppy disk or CD and should eliminate or confirm if one or more of your memory
sticks are bad or the values of the SPD in the BIOS are correct.
Let it run for as long as you can: 2,4,6,8 or several hours (at least 3 full passes), if no errors at that time then your ram is OK.
Memtest86 + Guide/How To (use the.) ISO to create a bootable CD)
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