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I also saw that the PowerCfg subkey had a ProcessorsPolicies subkey that I didn't want to become familiar with the hard way. Thanks dude =) Reply Joseph Chiuchiolo says: July 24, 2009 at 6:50 pm Excellent!!! Reply M. There's a nice tool (free) called nCleaner that does several things. my review here

I would appreciate your help on this, to avoid having the pc on when not in use.Comment by Raul -- May 31, 2012 @ 2:08 pmMy problem is that standby seems Any help would be appreciated. It is free. Some program must have interfered with it but now I can repair it if it happens again. http://windowsitpro.com/windows/xp-power-scheme-fix

Windows Xp Power Schemes

Find ENERGY STAR Products Energy Savings at Home Take the Pledge Learn about Climate Change Ways to Save Tax Credits Ask an Expert Heat and Cool Efficiently How can we help Back to top #4 david28 david28 Forum Member Banned 1,614 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:07:40 AM Posted 21 March 2008 - 07:14 AM Do you have any other accounts on Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Post navigation devmgmt.msc: This file does not have a program associatedDisable Data Execution Prevention in Reply Larry says: June 9, 2008 at 5:43 am Thank you for the registry download to repair my power schemes.

After all Windows files were copied the computer reboot and from this point on the monitor would repeatedly go in and out of power save mode, but this did not prevent Now my monitor automatically enter in standby after a time set by me(2 mins, 3 mins...20 minutes). Except it seems like there may be similar issues with Macs, as we're conscious of this at work, too, and are using Mac's there. Windows Xp Won T Standby As most of you know if this prompt is not answered in this type of installation the installation will not continue.

They can be a good investment. Looking to get things done in web development? Standby: 10 minutes - DO NOT press ‘Save As' - you will modify the name in the registry - keep the same name for now: 2_5_n - press ‘Apply' for the https://www.energystar.gov/products/low_carbon_it_campaign/power_management_computer/windows_xp Please help.

Navigate to the saved file and click "Open" 5. How To Enable Standby In Windows Xp Go to Start » Control Panel » Add or Remove Programs. Back to top #14 david28 david28 Forum Member Banned 1,614 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:07:40 AM Posted 01 April 2008 - 02:39 AM Yes, prayer is very powerful. Anyone?

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Windows Xp Standby Not Working

On SP3 i have the following  problem with power settings: The screensaver is set to load after 10 minutes and at the Power Monitor: Turn off monitor is set After 20 http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/137406/my-power-options-is-not-opening/ It seems that Microsoft only wants money and let users in the least what is not correct. Windows Xp Power Schemes Simple I hope. Windows Xp Power Options Registry Microsoft - please fix this problem!!

Several functions may not work. http://europrolink.com/windows-xp/power-option-not-working-xp.php I read here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/899975 that any process above 10% processor utilization would "reset" the idle count. Hibernation takes about 10 or 15 seconds to complete on my computer, and about 20 to resume, so it's not as snappy as Standby mode.I almost never shut down my computer. To resolve partialy this problem I have to setting manually(click OK button and the Apply from power settings)  each time when I open my PC to ensure that my monitor goes in low Windows Xp Sleep Mode Problems

I know that I can get it working; then, later, it stops working again, without the computer ever having been turned off or rebooted. So I changed the Permissions, SYSTEM is denied and only Administrator has access. thank you 4 once more .. get redirected here In the empty field type in "powercfg /RestoreDefaultPolicies" (without the quotation marks and make sure there is a space after powercfg) and click on OK.

I have all of my power schemes, they all revert to: Turn off Monitor - 15 mins, Turn off Hard Disks - 30 mins. Windows Xp Standby Disabled If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. Besides, if this doesn't work, I can assure you that the Registry key won't do your computer any harm, so you can safely LEFT-click on it, and then choose "Run".

Anyway I was willing to try anything as this problem was becoming embarassing -- this is a new machine for my parents replacing the 'old' machine that did not have this

Back to top #13 Bone Idol Bone Idol Topic Starter Members 390 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:10 AM Posted 01 April 2008 - 02:19 AM The power of Prayer... Feel free to post if you have further comments / questions.. And just as I was getting complacent, I was slapped in the face with the reality of things.I like music, and we are an iPods and iPhone kind of family. What Type Of Electrical Current Does A Laptop Require? What Device Provides This Current? However, none except Minimal Pwr.

I am back to using the default "Home/Office Desk" Power scheme with a 5 min screen saver delay and a 10 min power off. In my real job, I am a computer systems and software engineer: I know how they work, and how to do what could be dangerous things without messing things up too Then why do they even have them? useful reference Machine: Dell Dimension 8400 Monitor: Dell UltraSharp 2000FP BIOS Version: A01 (07/17/04) SATA Operation: RAID Autodetect / ATA ( It was originally set to RAID Autodetect / AHCI.) The original setting

That means Micro$oft had four months to fix this one simple bug which has been reported by over 100+ users! To reenable my power options I must go into the power scheme settings and select any other time interval other than what I had selected (10 mins). It is brilliant! Last week I upgraded to XP SP3 and had no problem with power management.

and I was wondering why the monitor wasn't turning off. Monday, June 14, 2010 2:37 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Support: I have installed Windows Service Pack 3 version 3311 and I am having some issues Christian. Here you can set timeouts for your monitor, system standby, and hibernate.

Confirm the Import Reply Don Cowee says: July 16, 2008 at 2:01 am Hi, John, I also had the same problem with it going to notepad and not entering the registry. Vandenbroecke says: October 26, 2008 at 9:17 pm Hello, I am an IT Technician, and I am always looking for ways to save time in my PC/laptop setups. I went back to Power Mgmt and selected another time interval for Standby and it worked fine for a few days. The Dell drivers were dated 2006 and thus pre-SP3.  Thursday, January 01, 2009 4:07 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote yes this problem is with xp sp3 and actually starts

But be carefully, after you download the driver for your video card, JUST INSTALL IT, do not change anything in the driver settings(Use the advanced 3D image settings->Take me there)  because the bug appears again. Here are the steps to make this switch: Export HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\PowerCfg and save it as HKUsersPowerCfg.reg. Set and Save with ENERGY STAR Product Finder Rebate Finder Find ENERGY STAR Products Energy Savings at Home Take the Pledge Learn about Climate Change Energy Savings At Home energy savings Being a novice at this, right click what?