aznstud87 Here are the bios settings.
Click on the "Power Tab"
Power Savings [Enabled]
Standby Timeout [off] note: I set 20 minutes. See Below
Resume on Time [off]
Resume Time [00:00:00]
After you find this working, you can set the standby timeout. My system goes to standby automatically now. It also wakes up too. Just like when you push the button. Make sure it works with the button before setting it in the bios. It probably won’t make any difference but better safe than sorry….
If you are still having problems I also went through my display settings. Who knows?
Right click on the desktop and up comes "Display Properties".
Click on "Screen Saver" tab.
Near bottom, click "Settings" Button.
Power Schemes should read "Always On"
Turn off Monitor default is 15 min. and this is fine. I did set this higher than the bios standby time setting mentioned above.
Also check to see if your adapter is set to "National Semiconductor XpressGRAPHICS(TM) this can be found in the System Properties.
Wow. I hope that covers it and it is understandable. BTW My earlier post I misspelled Voila. I guess that shows that I am of Polish ancestry not French...
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