within the Windows XP Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. Note: I unchecked all extras both of these programs offer during installation.Comment by Yuri -- October 13, 2012 @ 8:30 amHi,I just came upon a different problem. I was amazed at how … lame Dell's site wasI tried disabling devices that I knew I wouldn't need at the moment (DVD drive, wireless network connection, various other things). As I learned a few weeks ago after installing my Smart Strip and measuring the result with my Kill-A-Watt, when the computer is on, it uses a lot of electricity. my review here
Hard Drive Won't Shut Down For Standby Mode Started by larch , Jan 06 2007 04:44 PM Please log in to reply 3 replies to this topic #1 larch larch Members Several functions may not work. To get it back, click the “Turn Off Computer” button on the Start menu as normal to bring up the list of shut down options. The disk indicator is never busy, and there's no signs that the computer is actually responsive (i.e., when I hit Win+E the hard disk light doesn't blink, or when I play
After removing Spy Sweeper and cleaning my PC from a few viruses, I have resolved that problem. But, if I have it set to a shorter time, such as: 5 minutes, screen off. 5 minutes, hard drive off. 15 minutes, system standby 30 minutes, hibernation. Join our site today to ask your question. hibernation Which is better?
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I have enable these wake up events in the bios. Using the site is easy and fun. wilsonwx08Mar 21, 2008, 3:23 AM I also had the same problem my DIY computer.I had tried turning off the hibernation option and turned on the Always ON power scheme under the A friend says I really don't need it as there is little difference between Hibernate and Stand-By.
When i put it into standby the... I could reliably see my computer go into standby mode, then a minute later hibernate. Fitzi Windows XP Support 5 02-27-2005 04:48 AM Sound Problems after hibernation and standby Hi, Every time I use the hibernation or standby features and then turn on my PC again My computer specifications are as follows:Motherboard: ASUS P5PE-VMProcessor: Pentium D 2.8GHZRAM 512 MBHard Drive: 160 GB PATA hard driveGraphic Card: Nvidia Geforce 6200Power Supply Unit: 480 WattOperating system: win xp service
Controller Support for Middle... It would continue to spin while the "...Shutting Down..." log off screen stayed on. darkip Windows XP Support 3 05-09-2005 02:13 PM XP Freezes during hibernation and standby hello, I recently bought a Toshiba A75 s209 laptop about 2 months ago. Check that there's enough free space on the system drive.
And just as I was getting complacent, I was slapped in the face with the reality of things.I like music, and we are an iPods and iPhone kind of family. this page When your computer enters Standby or Hibernation mode, the drive can become corrupted. I wish I did, since I am not exactly sure which of the things I did that actually resolved the problem.Tip #3: Work on not starting programs automatically first. It removed other stuff which Glary did not, but the same story.
Hi hatake19 ! Microsoft has released a patch that prevents hard drive corruption from occurring when your computer enters Standby or Hibernation mode. Hibernation takes about 10 or 15 seconds to complete on my computer, and about 20 to resume, so it's not as snappy as Standby mode.I almost never shut down my computer. get redirected here OliverGowland replied Mar 18, 2017 at 9:09 AM Batch file sayanb03 replied Mar 18, 2017 at 8:54 AM Portuguese characters not...
Hi, Basically my PC is refusing to wake itself up from hibernation (or standby) as it has done in the Thread Tools Search this Thread 05-11-2007, 02:10 PM #1 I keep you as my internet homepage for random information like this. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc.
In the “Power Options” window, navigate to the “Hibernate” tab, and then click the check box labeled “Enable Hibernation.” Click the “Apply” button at the bottom of the window and you But I am also a geek, and think that things we all use should be in a central place, so have a computer in our broom closet that does things like How much RAM do you have ? I have only switched my anti-virus from Avast to AVG in the last few months.The Standby and Hibernation were working fine until about 2 weeks ago.
Just For Grins Clean jokes, funny quotes, and hilarious comics. I'm quite annoyed actually as I've spent the last few weeks tearing my hair out (there wasn't much left to start with!), asking on Yahoo and Google groups plus a few It's better to start your own thread about this problem. useful reference Back to top #3 larch larch Topic Starter Members 7 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:36 AM Posted 06 January 2007 - 04:57 PM Thanks for the welcome!I posted in another forum
For me nothing here helped.Then I got rid of everything out of the Start » Programs » Startup folder. So hardware was not the issue. That fast! Tabvla replied Mar 18, 2017 at 8:15 AM Loading...
None of these things helped me. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Of course disabling it enabled S3 standby to work and from that position the wake from hibernation started working too! I wonder if the driver is causing the problem.
Of course Macintosh also has this feature (and I am sure it always works on a Mac :-).Hibernation is pretty much the same, except it uses the computer's hard disk to Then I rebooted the laptop and it started working fine. oldjunk replied Mar 18, 2017 at 9:21 AM Wifi problem, button has... Suspend, Standby, and Sleep all mean pretty much the same thing.
Grrr.Then I uninstalled as many programs as I could that I was sure I didn't need. ALBERT FRANKENSTEINI'M SO SMART IT'S SCARY!Currently home chillin' with the fam and my two dogs! But I can do nothing to bring it out of this > state short of holding down the power button for it to turn off. Resuming from hibernation takes only 20 seconds to end up in the same place.Using the Power Options in Windows (XP or other versions)Even better, you can set your computer to do
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As usual I have Googled but didn't find anything. We have a media pc to play blu ray and standard dvds running xp and in the last two weeks after years of no problems shortly after turning the pc on, But my Windows XP PC would not go into standby mode or hibernate. Barracade Driver Support 0 10-26-2004 08:47 AM Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts