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Windows 7: BSOD try this

24 Nov 2009   #1
stripedbassman

win7 enterprise, win7 pro, win 7 ultimate
 
 
BSOD try this

I put this in another thread but i thought i would post new.


Windows 7 has a power saver mode that i would recommend to anyone to adjust these settings turn off or disable most of these options .
goto control panel - hardware and sound - power options

there you will see Balanced (recommended) to the right of that you will see
Change plan settings (click on that) you will go to new window.
There you will see you're energy plan(Display and computer sleep).
Now below them you will see change advance power settings click on that.
Here you will find all the options you need to adjust power settings.

try this you can always go back to default settings.





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24 Nov 2009   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stripedbassman View Post
I put this in another thread but i thought i would post new.


Windows 7 has a power saver mode that i would recommend to anyone to adjust these settings turn off or disable most of these options .
goto control panel - hardware and sound - power options

there you will see Balanced (recommended) to the right of that you will see
Change plan settings (click on that) you will go to new window.
There you will see you're energy plan(Display and computer sleep).
Now below them you will see change advance power settings click on that.
Here you will find all the options you need to adjust power settings.

try this you can always go back to default settings.


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Hi and welcome

I assume your path control panel>power options>change plan settings>change

is what you mean. could be wrong but that how it is in my rev

Ken J++
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24 Nov 2009   #3
stripedbassman

win7 enterprise, win7 pro, win 7 ultimate
 
 

no that is it.
trying to make it easy to follow for the average Joe.
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