How to prevent computer automatically waking from sleep mode or hibernate mode ?

You can adjust the waiting interval before your computer go into sleep or hibernate mode, i.e., preventing it automatically from shutting down completely. However, you should notice that it may result in data loss if the computer runs up the power while you are taking a battery as a power source of your notebook to ban sleep or hibernate mode. We will  explain how to prevent computer entering the power saving state:

1. Click the “start” button, click “control panel”, “system and security” and “power options,” open “power options”.

2. In the “select a power plan” page, click a program next to “change plan settings”.

3. In “change plan settings” page, click “change advanced power settings”.

4. In the “advanced settings” tab, click “sleep”, and then double-click “after this time after sleep”, and do one of the following:

A. If you are using a notebook computer, click “battery” or “power” (or both), click the arrow, and then click “never”.

B. If you are using a desktop computer, click the “Settings”, click the arrow, and then click “never”.

5. Double click on the “after this time after sleep”, and do one of the following:

A. If you are using a notebook computer, click “battery” or “power” (or both), click the arrow, and then click “never”.

B. If you are using a desktop computer, click the “Settings”, click the arrow, and then click “never”.

6. If you also want to display remains open, double-click “display”, and then double-click “after this time off the display”, and do one of the following:

A. If you are using a notebook computer, click “battery” or “power” (or both), click the arrow, and then click “never”.

B. If you are using a desktop computer, click the “Settings”, click the arrow, and then click “never”.

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