Netbook X100e Lenovo going on standing by mode

Hi,

I have 100 Netbooks model X100e from Lenovo and a few start to going on the standby mode with been set for that. Power scheme are set to go to sleep mode after 20 minutes. this also apply to hard disk and monitor when they are being used. I don't know why but some of them goes in standby mode without warning.

do you think this could be a battery issue? they are going very often to a web site call www.gloster.com what I think this doesn't make any of them to go on standby mode but since we use this website those standing by problem has been happen since.

Can you advise me on how should I tackle this problem?

Eduardo.
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inbox788Commented:
You're probably seeing a suddenly battery power drop. The web site you mentioned is causing a high load draining battery power. Here's a number of things to try:

1) Update your power management drivers:
http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-74463.html

2) Increase the warning to say 20% and decrease the standby to 3%

3) Fully cycle the battery

4) Calibrate the battery using the power manager

5) Replace the battery

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emilhomemAuthor Commented:
I never heart that a web site could draing battery power. the other things i can and it make sense but could you show me some more exemple on how it works from a website on this issues.

Eduardo.
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inbox788Commented:
A website doesn't directly drain power, but different web sites put different loads on the processor, memory, network, etc. If a web site his heavy use (as your example), then all those power consuming components demand more power. Generally, dynamic pages consume more power. A static page like google.com uses minimum power, while watching a youtube video will consume more power. It's rare that you'd even notice it, but if the battery is just at threshold, then that could be the activity that triggers a standby/shutdown/powerloss.


http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=332129
http://www.sectheory.com/browser-power-consumption.htm
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emilhomemAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
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