i will not know if this works until the time i entered passes, correct? can i accept answer after that time?
I changed it to 1 minute and have waited three. it is still on my desktop.
still not going into sleep mode. I am NOT touching the mouse, shaking the desk etc. I actually have left the room for the past five minutes and the room is still illuminated by the monitors.
it is set to NONE.. i have it set to one minute and it has been 4. no avail
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thank you. i will resume in the AM.
my monitor and computer will not go into sleep mode.. what am i to do?
Open Power Options by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Security, and then clicking Power Options.
On the Select a power plan page, click Change plan settings for the plan that you want to change.
On the Change settings for the plan page, click Change advanced power settings.
On the Advanced settings tab, expand Sleep, expand Allow wake timers, choose Disable when it's plugged in, and then click OK.
okay.. once again followed instructions. how frustrating! still not going into sleep mode.
As stated earlier, it used to go into this mode until this past weekend!
any suggestions yet?
will i lose info from that prior date on???
I have alot of data i cannot lose!
okay.. i am still here.. was not in office yesterday.
New discovery.. if i am in a "program", computer screen does go to power save mode.. if i leave it on my MSN page, it does not..
If all programs are closed or minimized and ONLY the desktop is up, it does NOT go into sleep mode (the computer itself never goes into power save.. it used to, i had to move the mouse to wake it up) this is when actually the light on the front would be yellow mode vs blue for "ON"
yes and it is still the same.