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machine sleeps in w7-64 bit

Posted on 2013-12-11
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hi;

I want my laptop to be awake (open all the time) but failed to do so.

Before sharing a screenshot, i wonder whether there is a script that may just set it awake all the time.

Regards.
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Go into the control panel's Power Options. Here you can change the power plan options and you can disable sleep or hibernation etc.
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ok, i did that but problem persists..

Regards.
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Then check the utilities installed by the PC's manufacturer. They often have their own tools that mange the power settings.
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Ok but any VBS script for this?
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I'm not a programmer, so from me, not.
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