Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. However, recently my computer has been unable to go into standby. It was Andy who gave me the tip I needed. The option is there, but it's grayed out. useful reference
Thanks to all that replied. Anyone know how to fix this? the only time the standby button was available was when video drivers were loaded. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
You may also have to deactivate the auto-update settings of your antivirus and other programs and devices. after updating the system with the motherboards chipset drivers and all MS updates..... Hibernation, in all three versions, saves even more power, although getting into and out of hibernation takes longer.There's probably an infinite number of conflicts that can interfere with these features doing Windows Xp Hibernate I ended up stopping every service on my PC (and since I'm a Corporate Drone, there were a ton of them).
so it can never go to hibernate. How To Enable Standby In Windows Xp 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. When the computer restarts and you have logged on as the administrator a Restoration Complete page will appear, click on OK to complete the process.Hi there,Thanks a lot for your reply.The So now I have to shut it down in order to make my computer shut down automatically.
regards, Oliver HuttererASUS A8N-SLi Deluxe mobo AMD Athlon 64 3500+ CPU MSI NX7800GTX GPU 2x 512MB DDR Corsair Value Select RAM 2x 80GB Hitachi HDD's in SATA RAID 0 Thermaltake Xaser Computer Won't Sleep Windows 7 But my Windows XP PC would not go into standby mode or hibernate. I am sure your input and additional advice will help me get to a solution.Again, as noted by others, thanks for your hero status on this worthy cause to help us DKTaber, Apr 23, 2013 #3 valis Moderator Joined: Sep 24, 2004 Messages: 71,264 heyya DK, two things: 1.
Scroll down a little ways to the topic entitled "Why Standby and Hibernate Fail" and then continue reading downwards from there as there are many case histories included as well that Sometimes the problem is associated with an out-of-date video driver. Windows Xp Standby Not Working Back to top #7 maihara maihara Topic Starter Members 14 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:01 AM Posted 06 December 2010 - 12:48 PM Thanks again for all your help, I did Windows Xp Sleep Mode Problems HELP!
I'm aware of the space requirement for hibernating. http://linux4newbie.com/windows-xp/upgrade-windows-xp-to-windows-7-free-download.html In my case it was simply the video drivers that I had to reinstall, the re-install CD wouldn't help I sourced the driver from Dell website. The VGA driver does not supply power management functionality, because that functionality is specific to individual video cards. New coworker puts on disturbing shows and music on the store TV Are Non-Muslims from the banned countries allowed? What Type Of Electrical Current Does A Laptop Require? What Device Provides This Current?
All rights reserved. SO my wirless card i causing some bizarre problems. Problem sorted. this page Reinstall the chipset drivers and/or video drivers then reboot.And make sure all the power management options are enabled in the bios.
This Microsoft Windows XP article has more insight on how to use the Standby option. How To Wake Up Computer From Sleep Mode I did a search on "XP will not hibernate" and limited it to the Windows XP forum, but it picked up a lot of posts where the OS is Win 7 Windows XP locks up returning from standby O..
I could reliably see my computer go into standby mode, then a minute later hibernate. Look for these settings in the apps themselves, or for hardware, check their Device Manager entries (see below for more on Device Manager fixes). Do This First! Check device manager for any problems with your drivers.
When I went to uninstalled and reinstalled different versions of video drivers.... As it turns out, it was Adobe Type Manager (possibly conflicting with the keyboard driver) since standby now works after uninstalling ATM and rebooting the computer. Click Choose what the power buttons do in the left pane. http://linux4newbie.com/windows-xp/upgrade-windows-xp-to-windows-8-free-download.html Local time:03:01 AM Posted 12 December 2010 - 12:37 PM It would be best to have the information in one topic as they may be related.
valis, Apr 26, 2013 #7 2BInformed Banned Joined: Feb 27, 2013 Messages: 137 DKTaber said: ↑ I fooled with the Power Options and now the computer hibernates. Just be careful you don't disable a task that Vista needs to operate. However, it does not cover anything on how to activate Standby in case it is not available. And when i press the power button to reawaken my computer nothing happens.
Or home theater setups....Vampire Transformer Power Supplies Many electronic devices use transformers to convert the power you get from the socket into lower voltage more like that of a battery. I'm really confused why this is happening and how I can get it to stop happening. The monitor turns off, and the computer uses much less energy -- just enough to remember.Touching the keyboard or mouse wakes the computer from standby: the screen turns on, the disks Click Device Manager. 4.
Launch it by double-clicking it. * When BurnCDCC opens, click Start - the CD tray will open. * Insert blank CD and click OK. * The tray will close, burn the Advertisement DKTaber Thread Starter Joined: Oct 26, 2001 Messages: 2,751 My XP desktop stopped hibernating several months ago. Still had the same problem.Does this mean its more of a hardware unfixable fault? Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent
But still no joy.