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Disable standby in registry

Posted on 2003-11-09
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How can i disable standby in the registry?
Win ME kindly asks me if i would like to disable windows from going to standby mode
because it gave me trouble.
i said YES
and it still goes to standby mode often!
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Question by:jxharding
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by:Luc Franken
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You should look at the power options from the configuration screen. There you can set the time to go to standby to "never"

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i did, it even works for a period when i set the power options, but then
given the right amount of time, it goes again
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Then you should check your bios settings. Be sure to disable all power options from the bios to let windows take over the power options.
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