Windows 7 machines taking several minutes to return power save mode
I wonder why Windows has never addressed this failure, and if anyone knows a workaround solution.
My desktop Linux Mint can be in standby mode, but once you shake the mouse connection screen appears on the right and once you put the password and press enter it takes all of 3 seconds for you to have a completely awake and functional office.
Try to do the same on a Windows machine and it takes 2 to 3 minutes for that all to wake up completely.
Does anyone know of a way around this failure of Windows?
Thanks for posting your query in Microsoft Community.
I understand you have questions after the release of the standby or hibernation in Windows mode. We will certainly help you with the same.
You can try to follow the following suggestions to solve the problem.
Stage: Start the computer in safe mode in which the computer starts with the basic drivers and no program third.
Step b: If the problem not persists in Mode safe mode then run clean boot mode in order to check if any third-party application is causing the problem, as the clean boot helps eliminate software conflicts.
Note: Referring to "How to reset the computer to start as usual after a clean boot troubleshooting" under more information to prepare the computer to start as usual after troubleshooting.
Also check if the video card drivers are up to date. Install the latest drivers for video card for Windows 7.
Tips for solving common driver problems:
I hope this helps. Otherwise, feel free to write us again for more assistance, and we will be happy to help you come.
At the beginning; After the Windows Logo at the start, the screen goes black and a POWER SAVE MODE comes up. I must stop button. I can run the computer as I am now in Mode safe mode with networking.
When I turn on the computer of gateway, the machine starts and the initial window logo starts and runs for about five seconds. Then the screen goes black instead of blue and stays black for about 10 seconds. A 'Power SAVE MODE' appears. The machine is dead to all orders. I have to stop by pressing the off button. I can turn back and the F10 key to get in Mode safe mode with networking.
I tried to reinstall Windows XP original but it would erase my files. I tried to restore the last good configuration also knowledge. That did not work.
The change came after a Windsows update. I have McAfee security and I asked Windows but could not use due ot a conflict. -C' is all this bad start. Clues? I use Negear. No change when I hooked directly either.
Botton line, I can run in SafeMode with networking; but it is slow and I can't make alll I have to do. What does not load Windows?
Every time I play a game on Facebook or video after about 2 minutes or less, the screen goes black... says "entering power save mode" and it shows something akin to which the monitor plugs... kind of a rectangle with holes to plug something. I can with the button. After restart, it is fine until I play a game or a video. I have tried everything as affecting the parameters of power never go to sleep... have pulled off the case and cleaned the dust out. Help, please!
Thanks for all the info but I took the computer to the repair shop and they found that the fan on the video card was cracked and does not which was originally it overheats. Replaced the video card... problem solved. Also, my computer is a desktop computer. Thanks again!
I'm on a Dell desktop computer with windows XP Edition version 2002 Service pack 3 family - which of course the warranty has expired.
I have a Logitech C615 camera and have the latest version of Skype. I can connect to Skype and stay there without any problem.
However, when I'm on a video call, it automatically changes to the mode - no code error saving.
I spoke with Dell, Logitech and my cable company - all who have told me that the problem is with Skype and Windows XP.
I spoke with the service of Microsoft's response and the person I spoke to studied the issue and came back on the line and said
"ok, this is what to try." Then we have been disconnected. When I called back, of course, I had another person,
had to go through the spiel all over again.
This time, I was told I had a problem with advanced troubleshooting and will have to pay $99 to get my fix. NOT.
Then he told me that I could fix it myself if I went out on the answers. Microsoft.com.
Have not found your answer?Then ask the community. Thousands of community - including people from Microsoft experts - are there to help.
So, I'm here, request to the community - ideas?
Ask the question in the forums of Skype:
I have a new Dell U2515H monitor and a new computer 6i7kyk of Nuc Intel running Windows 10. When I send the computer in standby mode, the annoying message "this display will enter Power Save mode in 5 minutes' appears on the display for 5 minutes before the screen darkens finally. I want a standby computer to initiate screen-watch immediately.
Unfortunately, this is not possible. When the computer starts "standby" mode, it is electronically 'disconnect' the monitor cable. You can see on the U2515H user's Guide page 47, that the message is by design.
When I boot windows 7 I always get error msg "TOSHIBA power saver service was stopped while impossible to change settings.
This has happened after that I created a new supply mode in windows 7 Power Panel. It seems that toshiba power don't like it but I do not see where to change the power of toshiba
I get to the power of windows by clicking on the battery in the system tray.
I don't see any utility toshiba for power management
Can you please tell us what laptop you have exactly?
The tool that Toshiba Power Saver is only for Windows XP. If you need to remove this tool because on Vista and Windows 7, you can configure all the power settings in Windows power management:
In addition it s recommended installation Package of added value. For example, you can control additional things like CPU cooling performance.
A few months ago and after installing some windows update (XP Sp2), I see when I login to windows, drive hard work continuously for several minutes and speed goes down.
What windows software using the hard disk with log in?
Thanks in advance
What you see could be linked to a task that you have schedules (such as anti-virus, defragmentation of the hard drive, etc)
Check the tab startup in MSConfig for items which currently running as part of the startup of your PC. See
The foregoing is for XP, but also applies to Vista.
Original title: at the start of Windows there is always a dialogue box that flashes on the screen, but I've known idea what it is.
How can I determine which program is using this dialog box? I also don't expect high utilization of the processor (over 50%) after that I connect sometimes for several minutes. I see not all applications running in the Task Manager. The amount of CPU utilization in the services tab doesn't match what I see compared to what the gadget is read in my sidebar. Any ideas?
Thanks in advance
1. What is exactly mentioned in the dialog box?
2. when the problem started?
3. did you of recent changes on the system?
You can check if the problem occurs in safe mode.
If you are not faced with the question in safe mode, you can perform a clean boot and check.
A clean boot to check if startup item or services to third-party application is causing this issue.
You can read the following article to put the computer in a clean boot:
After the troubleshooting steps, please refer to clean the boot link to put the computer to normal startup mode.
You can read the following article and perform a full scan of security on your computer.
Note: The data files that are infected must be cleaned only by removing the file completely, which means that there is a risk of data loss. You can take a backup of important data before performing analysis.
You can also read the following article and try to optimize the performance of Windows Vista.
Hope this information is useful.
On most of the pages I have to click the back button several times to return to page 1.
Some Firefox problems can be solved by performing a clean reinstall. This means that you remove Firefox and all the leftover program files and then reinstall Firefox. Please follow these steps one by one:
- Download the latest version of Firefox from http://www.mozilla.org office and save the installer to your computer.
- Once the download is complete, close all Firefox Windows (click Exit in the file menu or Firefox) and confirm all future messages.
- Now, uninstall Firefox by following the steps mentioned in the article to Uninstall Firefox .
IMPORTANT: Under Windows, the uninstall program has the option to remove your personal data and settings. Make sure that you have not check this option. If not all of your bookmarks, passwords, extensions, customizations and other Firefox data user profile will be removed from your computer.
After uninstalling Firefox on Windows, delete the folder of the program "Mozilla Firefox", located by default in one of the following locations:
- (Windows 32-bit) C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox
- (On 64-bit Windows) C:\Program Files (x 86) \Mozilla Firefox
- Go to the Windows Start menu and click on 'computer '.
- In the Explorer window that opens, double-click on disk Local (c) to open the C:\ drive.
- Find the folder "Program Files (x 86)" or "Program Files".
- On 32-bit Windows, double-click the Program Files folder to open it.
- On 64-bit Windows, you'll see a folder "Program Files (x 86)" AND a "Program Files" folder. Open the Program Files (x 86) folder.
- You are looking for a folder of Mozilla Firefox . If you find one, right click and select delete and confirm that you want to move the folder to the trash.
Now, go ahead and reinstall Firefox:
- Double-click on the downloaded Setup file and go through the steps in the installation wizard.
- Once the wizard is completed, click to open Firefox directly after clicking the Finish button.
Please report back to see if this helped you!
I have a really annoying problem.
My laptop is locked after I use it for several minutes.
When I say locked, I want to say it is the place where shows my account name and below it says locked.
As a first step, I think it is caused by the automatic locking of cuz I'm really annoyed by this last, I uninstalled it.
However it still does not.
Could someone tell me what the problem is on the Earth?
It's maybe just because I really don't know with my new laptop.
It's a power setting that determines how long before its entry in the screen saver, sleep more, or even in hibernation mode. You can change the requirement for a password (somewhere in the Windows screen saver section) or the duration before entering these modes (you should be able to define with the Lenovo Power Center thing). Of course, making one is a security risk, but it is up to you as to how much safety or comfort desired.
When I turn on my computer, it takes several minutes for all programs to load and my upcoming desktop icons.
* original title - startup appears extremely slow *.
1 when was the last time it was working fine?
2. did you of recent changes on the computer?
3. do you have security software installed on the computer?
It is possible that some third-party programs installed on the computer is causing the problem.
I suggest that you put the computer in a clean boot state and check if it helps.
To help resolve the error and other messages, you can start Windows XP by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This type of boot is known as a "clean boot". A clean boot helps eliminate software conflicts.
See the link below to learn more about how to clean boot.
How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" State
Reset the computer to start as usual
When you are finished troubleshooting, follow these steps to reset the computer to start as usual:
(a) click Start, type msconfig in the search box and press ENTER.
(b) If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password or click on continue.
(c) under the general tab, click the Normal startup option, and then click OK.
(d) when you are prompted to restart the computer, click on restart.
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I push the power button and it starts fine but really slow. running windows vista 32 bit... It seems to be working if I leave it off for a while and then turn on but when I do a restart, he's just trying to start up, then it seems successful but then turns off. That's why I had to wait several minutes, and then turn it back on. restart or turn on within 5 minutes off the coast of l ' turn off at will to close
Sound like a hardware problem.
Don't forget to have only one major security/antivirus on the computer program, much
less running. Uninstall the extras and check their managers for removal tools be
that there is no harm because of the remains.
I hope this helps.
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I installed upgrading Windows 7 on my computer and everything is fine. However, when the system is idle and past in mode screensaver (with or without a password), the return of the screen saver mode are extremely slow (just a white screen). It is sometimes quick, sometimes it comes back in 3-4 minutes, but most of the time it takes a long time.
The system is a low end, but more than enough to manage w7. It consist of:
Pentium dual core (2140)
2 gig memory
NVIDIA 7300GT 256M
I tried to delete the zone alarm security suite, does not solve the problem
thought it was the HP 2610 print software, removed and still happens.
update the bios (MSI p4m900)
can someone figure this. Is there something that prevents him to return to the desktop.
Note that, I try to reboot from the blank screen by pressing the windows, right arrow, return. But I think also, it does not address key strokes.
I found a way to fix it! I did this:
1. Press win + r and run msconfig. Go to tools and brand to troubleshoot the computer, and then click Start.
2. then go to system and security and press electricityballance (not sure of the name in English because I have a Norwegian version..).
3. restart your computer.
4. my screen saver was not afterwards, but I gave it to display photos and now it works perfectly!
When I checked the general tab afterwards, it did not have the checkbox to use the... start (a last..) one has been verified and the second has a blue full mark.
My computer is less than a year, I'm running Windows 7 Professional, and for several weeks my computer acted strangely. When I turn on the screen displays properly, however some or all (it seems to change every time) of my icons appear as these things white paper folded. It continues for several minutes during which I can't run any programs, but I can use my mouse pointer and the loading symbol when I move the taskbar. After a 5-10 minutes (I've not timed, but it might be compatible), the icons to revert to the normal and my computer seems to work perfectly well. Any idea what the problem might be?
When a Windows computer starts in place, some of the non-Windows installed on the computer programs also starts alongwith. In your case, it seems that some of these startup programs is responsible for the delay. You can disable startup programs and services non-Windows on the computer by placing the computer in what is called a "Clean-boot". If the problem does not appear in the clean boot state, you can track Windows service start defective or not programme following a policy of division and conquere.
This process takes a little time. I would say by following the instructions in the following article to diagnose the problem:
I have a dell xps 15z running under Windows 7 64-bit, and it was just openly ignoring my power settings. The display turns off after 5 minutes, it never sleeps, nothing. It will stay just the way it is left until it runs the battery down. What can I do to fix this?
Follow these methods.
Method 1: Run the troubleshooter of power.
Method 2: Follow the steps in the article.
Method 3: Perform a clean boot to see if there is a conflict of software like the clean boot helps eliminate software conflicts.
Note: After the boot minimum troubleshooting steps, follow step 7 in the link to return the computer to a Normal startupmode.
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