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Power Options settings

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#1 TwoK2009


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Posted 15 November 2009 - 06:10 PM

Hi, first post/question here.

I have both a netbook and a desktop computer (WindowsXP) that I could use the answer to this one on. What time settings are best to use in the Power Options Properties box? By that, I'm asking if there is a proper order of what to have idle down first?
On occasion, the netbook doesn't seem to want to go into hibernation, yet other times it will (on the same setting). With the desktop computer, if and when it DOES go into hibernation, the power button has to be (slightly) depressed to have the computer come back up - a mouse shake or keyboard tap won't work.

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