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Unable to recover from sleep


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#1 Dragon Piper

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 07:24 PM

I have an Acer Aspireone d255 netbook that cannot recover after it has gone into sleep mode when on battery. My computer geek had a look at it and said it had diseases which he removed and put combofix, mbam and superantispy on the netbook. It still does it's thing when left to go nigh-nighs.
Any ideas?

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Posted 12 November 2011 - 06:16 AM

Hi Dragon Piper -

First, if this problem exists, then why do you allow it to go into sleep mode when on battery ??
This can also be faulty battery, or several other problems related to the sleep mode program.
Turn the netbook off after you use it, and always make sure the battery is fully charged when you use it.

Personally I run my laptop on Power 95% of the time and only use the Battery when fully charged, and I turn it off when finished.

Thank You -

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Posted 12 November 2011 - 01:28 PM

It goes into sleep because I have it on when I am driving a taxi. I put it down to do a fare and then, if it gets busy, I don't get back to it before it goes to sleep. Then when I go to restart, I get a black screen with unable to recover from "something". It never used to do it.

Thanks for your "help"




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