Sleep modo not working


G

Guest

I have an HP Zd7260, 3.2Ghz, 1MB, 80G HD, Nvida GeForce FXGo 5700 video card,
and I just installed Vista,
everyting looks fine, I really like it, the only problem is when the computer
goes into the sleep mode, it won't come back, I have to turn it off and on,
otherwise, it shows the message "windows is resuming from sleep..." and
that's it. It never resumes from sleep. At that point I have to turn the
computer off.
 
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Guest

Well, well this might not seem like a solution, but change the power scheme
so that when you press the sleep button, it is directed to do nothing. In
short, forget about sleep mode for the moment.That's not exactly a fix, but
at least you don't have to keep shutting the thing off.
 
G

Guest

the sleep mode issue is a big problem, it happens with all laptops, something
that MS has to work on, it works, just not all the time...
 
G

Guest

Yeap, I did just that, thanks for the idea, and like you said, at least I
don't have to turn this thing off and on.
 
G

Guest

Yes, you're right, we have two laptops and is not workind on either one. I am
so used to XP, it works like a charm in XP, and I understand that this VIsta
is a beta, I am sure MS will fix this sleep mode problem.
 
Z

Zack Whittaker

Works like a charm in XP because it was tweaked for performance ;o)

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Guest

Also check if your bios has different power management options which affect
sleep mode.
 
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Guest

I have a couple of Laptops which i run vista on.
Sadly, this happens on all of the HP Models, but all of the IBM Models works !
 

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