Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the I did a chat session with MS SP3 support. Nvidia will correct the error in the following versions of display drivers. works. his comment is here
Back to top #3 Bone Idol Bone Idol Topic Starter Members 390 posts OFFLINE Local time:07:56 AM Posted 21 March 2008 - 03:48 AM I'm not able to type anything It removed other stuff which Glary did not, but the same story. Thanks. 1 answer Last reply Feb 5, 2010 More about screen saver power options functioning indycalgaryFeb 5, 2010, 11:26 PM My screensaver did work but NOT the power options (hibernate, shutdown Me, I play my 3D games in places that actually have three dimensions, like my living room, or on the field with a Frisbee. http://fivepercent.us/2008/06/06/windows-xp-standby-and-hibernate-problems-solved-finally-i-hope/
Saving energy helps prevent climate change. M... Wednesday, December 31, 2008 2:02 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I downloaded the ATI drivers from ATI site and installed them. Don't know if this fixes any other part of power management, as all I am concerned with is powering down the monitors when I am not using the computer. Sunday,
Taff36 07:37 21 Apr 04 So it is something running in the background that prevents the computer from instigating the screensaver & power options. To do so select the Hibernate tab in Power Options Properties, check "Enable hibernation" and click "Apply" or "OK". Microsoft has done nothing to address this and we could possibly all pursue a class action lawsuit against them due to the issue causing damage to our systems. Windows Xp Standby Disabled This did not happen with SP2 and what is really odd is that even when I go into the power options is still says it is set to 10 min intervals.
Not even the 2 default ones. Windows Xp Sleep Mode Problems I got a message saying my keyboard driver was the culprit. Monday, April 27, 2009 4:03 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the same problem with Microsoft Windows, Power Management Properties, screen saver not blanking the screen weblink Database administrator?
EPA recommends setting computers to enter system standby or hibernate after 15 to 60 minutes of inactivity. What Type Of Electrical Current Does A Laptop Require? What Device Provides This Current? Build an energy program Improve buildings & plant performance Earn the ENERGY STAR & other recognition Benchmark energy use ENERGY STAR in action Communicate & educate Quick Links Portfolio Manager Target Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 david28 david28 Forum Member Banned 1,614 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:07:26 AM Posted 21 March Saturday, April 11, 2009 1:36 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I'm having a similar problem on my laptop. After clicking for it to hibernate, I get the
XP Pro was defaulting to a power scheme called Portable/Laptop, which wasn't suitable for the user's needs. http://windowsitpro.com/windows/xp-power-scheme-fix Open HKUsersPowerCfg.reg in Notepad. Windows Xp Standby Not Working Click on Individual Chat Support for a quick response from Microsoft. Windows Xp Won T Standby 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.
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Here are the steps to make this switch: Export HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\PowerCfg and save it as HKUsersPowerCfg.reg. Armed with this knowledge, I entered the new settings, saved the scheme as Custom Scheme, and exited. I'd like to know about power management. http://brsgrp.com/windows-xp/power-management-xp-not-working.html I would just like this issue solved due to the nature of monitor profile issues which can ruin many users’ monitors if left on too long.
What about trying it in safe mode and see if the power options cut in. Windows Xp Power Options Below is a comment I made on the TechNet boards in response to another poster who said I was, and I quote, "over-reacting a bit". So now I have to shut it down in order to make my computer shut down automatically.
Now more than 9 months later, the same issue I originally reported has caused permanent damage to my hardware (monitor) and yet Microsoft still does NOTHING! Below is a brief computer processor, RAM, and OS summary: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.00GHz 3006 MHz RAM size: 1,023.48 MB OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3, v.3311 Taff36 15:06 19 Apr 04 Have you tried checking they are enabled in the BIOS? What Type Of Electrical Current Does A Notebook Require What Device Provides This Current Currently I am unable to truly save a power scheme of my own.
Dell hasn't supplied newer ones since SP3 came out.I downloaded and installed the latest drivers from the ATI/AMD support page for the X1300. From this day forth I will never buy ANYTHING Microsoft related EVER AGAIN! So hardware was not the issue. check over here To reenable my power options I must go into the power scheme settings and select any other time interval other than what I had selected (10 mins).
Drew Wednesday, February 04, 2009 2:25 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Not sure if I can be of any help here, but I recently ran into this