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black screen after back from long sleep mode

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by nickel_5000tq, Jan 11, 2011.

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  1. nickel_5000tq

    nickel_5000tq Thread Starter

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    Hi all.
    Not sure how to say that in english.
    In french its called mise en veille prolongé.

    When I close the screen panel of my Hp 6710b laptop it get in sleep mode. But when I open the screen (flip open) the screen is black and the computer seems to works fine. The backlight works and the hdisk works...
    But impossible to get image on the screen.

    It does that since the laptop is new. We got 10 of those laptop at the job and does the same thing. The informatic departement seems they solve the problem but they dont want to help me since they are get pay to work at the job but not for me :-O *(&??$%"/$!

    I heard its from the usb wakeup mode... from Hp , not windows ... but I cant find where I get to the power management of the peripherics.

    I read tone of replies of this problem on the net but did not find anything that works.
    Most problems are:
    -bad pilot
    -bad usb peripherics
    -virus...

    Denis
     
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