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Windows 7: Power save problem

30 Nov 2009   #1

Windows seven
Power save problem


I run seven home on a laptop toshiba a100-590

i select the power plan 'balanced' with 'put computer to sleep' = never when plugged & on battery.

however, the laptop goes to standby after x time when plugged.
when not plugged, the indicator says 'no battery detected'

what can I do ?

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30 Nov 2009   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64

Does the battery really work? Try updating the drivers for your battery. Did you check out the Hibernate option? Maybe the laptop is not going into sleep, but hibernation.
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