Laptop Computer suffering an auto-standby

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Hi experts,

I need your concern and ideas regarding with my problem.

My Laptop computer suffering a serious problem. When I started to use my laptop and do something with the Internet it will suddenly turn to standby mode. Actually 2 to 3 hours of using the standby will attack and will automatically shuts down.

Every time I use the laptop the standby issue will always strike the computer.

I don't even know what to do with it because i don't have any knowledge to some troubleshooting issues.

Windows XP

Preparing to standby…

So please if some of you knows solutions to, my problem please post it. Thank You.

Chrish

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Answered By 0 points N/A #127074

Laptop Computer suffering an auto-standby

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Error 1. POWER SETTINGS

  •     Click Start and then click Control Panel.
  •     Double-click Power Options.
  •     In the Power Options Properties dialog box, below you could see the Stand By option and select "Never"

Error 2. BATTERY

    Make sure you monitor your battery.

Error 3. VIRUS

    Some viruses triggers automatic Standby, Shutdown, Log off and Restart.
    Fully scan your computer, making sure it’s free from Virus (I recommend you to Microsoft Security Essentials or AVG).

Answered By 0 points N/A #127075

Laptop Computer suffering an auto-standby

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Hello,

Your laptop may not have the correct settings for standby mode. To fix this problem try to change the settings of your laptop. You can do this by going to "Control Panel", click on "Power Options", go to "Advanced" tab. On the lower half of the new window you would see options on what your laptop would do if Power or Sleep button are pressed (this can be found under Power buttons). See if any of those two options has "Standby" enabled, if you find one, change it to "Do Nothing".

Then go to "Power Schemes" tab, see what power scheme is used in your laptop. Make sure it is not on "Portable/laptop" power scheme, if it is, change it to "Always ON".

Hope this helps.

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