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Old Jul 28, 2002, 05:26 PM
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windows xp standby


HI
ive just gone to xp on my new computer and when I goes to standby(set to start after30 mins unused) it dosn`t wake up when I move the mouse or hit the keybord...the only way is to reboot and then i have lost any thing I was working on.
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Old Jul 28, 2002, 06:20 PM
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Stand by


I've got the same problem with XP, but I don't need to reboot.
(If, by reboot, you mean hold the button in for 5seconds) My machine only needs the button pressing quickly and startup is instantaneous, exactly the same as normal standby .

It only happens occasionally, normally the machine is reactivated by moving the mouse, hitting any key etc..

It doesn't lose anything in the process.

Tony
Old Jul 29, 2002, 08:52 PM
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Humm, My Standby works great, I only need to move the mouse a little to wake her up. However, I just bought this computer & it came with XP already installed.
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Old Jul 30, 2002, 08:16 AM
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dead as a do.......


Unfourtunally I can push in and hold the button untill the cows come home , it wont come back
i can hit the keybored untill my knukles are bruised and blo...
it wont wake up. I can set the cat to chase the mouse all over the place ...it makes no diferance
Bill Gates were are you when I kneed you??????
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Old Aug 01, 2002, 04:59 PM
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Are you sure you have not set it to hiberate?

If you set hibernate, you have to hit the power button.

Mine goes to standby and it's fine when I just move the mouse a little.



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Old Aug 01, 2002, 06:22 PM
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XP stand by


The problem I have is there's no consistency in the shut down.

I have hibernate enabled, but as I understand it, this means that when I press the shut down button, everything is saved to disk then closed down, but with instant restart.
I never close down that way except to shut off totally. However on some occasions when I use Start>Turn off Computer>Stand By it does exactly that but will not restart just by moving the mouse or pressing a key, I have to press the shutdown/open up button.
I looked at the options in Help and Support, butit doesn't quite work that way.

It's not a problem, I just can't quite work out why it's not the same result each time.

Tony
Old Aug 02, 2002, 06:15 AM
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exactly


exactly it....
computers are incontinant sorry incosistant....

why oh why me
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Old Aug 02, 2002, 09:08 AM
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You were right first time (nearly) - I think incontinent was the word I'd use - mine keeps throwing c**p out when I'm not expecting it.

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