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How do I stop my computer from hibernating overnight?

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Old 11-03-2007
Mamagus
 

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How do I stop my computer from hibernating overnight?
I want to use my computer thru the night (burning my slideshow DVDs that take
a lot of time) and I was doing this overnight when I was running XP. Now with
VISTA I come down in the morning and my DVD is ejected but the process didn't
finish... I assume because my machine is asleep ( hibernating, conked-out ,on
vacation?)
How do I change the settings?
Thank you!
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Old 11-03-2007
Richard Urban
 

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Re: How do I stop my computer from hibernating overnight?
Start | Search on Power Options

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"Mamagus" <Mamagus@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I want to use my computer thru the night (burning my slideshow DVDs that
>take
> a lot of time) and I was doing this overnight when I was running XP. Now
> with
> VISTA I come down in the morning and my DVD is ejected but the process
> didn't
> finish... I assume because my machine is asleep ( hibernating, conked-out
> ,on
> vacation?)
> How do I change the settings?
> Thank you!


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Old 11-03-2007
mikeyhsd
 

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Re: How do I stop my computer from hibernating overnight?
select your power plan, click on change plan settings, then on change
advanced plan setings, scroll down to the SLEEP section.




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"Mamagus" <Mamagus@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:E38956D3-48D1-43A3-B049-226D90189107@microsoft.com...
>I want to use my computer thru the night (burning my slideshow DVDs that
>take
> a lot of time) and I was doing this overnight when I was running XP. Now
> with
> VISTA I come down in the morning and my DVD is ejected but the process
> didn't
> finish... I assume because my machine is asleep ( hibernating, conked-out
> ,on
> vacation?)
> How do I change the settings?
> Thank you!


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