12-01-2016 09:21 AM - last edited on 01-19-2017 11:28 AM by BiggAl
For all of our desktops we have the display set to turn off after 1 hour of inactivity to save power and extend the life of the monitor. With the Tiny-In-One 24 & M700 Tiny, once the monitor turns off, it won't wake back up by moving the mouse or pressing a key on the keyboard. The Tiny is still running just fine I can remote to it from another machine but even remoting to it and logging in does not wake the screen. This is with the TIO running in AIO mode. The only way to wake the screen is to use the user controls on the front of the monitor to switch to DP mode and back to AIO mode.
Is this a know bug? Running Windows 7 and I've already reinstalled all drivers and ran the lenovo system update utility and everything is up-to-date. I also set the display to turn off after only a minute to do more testing and about 1 in every 10 tries, the monitor will wake up normally. The rest of the time I have to use the user controls on the front of the monitor.
Mod: edited Subject line to reflect the greater scope of the thread
12-05-2016 11:28 AM
In addition to the same exact thing that Banner has, (well I wake it by pressing the power button, it goes off, then press again, it comes on, then move mouse to wake) but in addition to that quite a few of our clients mention that when they sit down at the computer (without touching anything) it immediately goes black, shows AIO Mode in the top left corner and goes back to the normal screen.
12-06-2016 05:29 AM
Can you both give us more details on the systems and monitor: exact model numbers, BIOS version and date, OS details. Thx.
12-06-2016 08:16 AM - last edited on 12-06-2016 08:35 AM by BiggAl
Tiny-In-One 24 - 10LL-PAR6-US
M700 Tiny - Serial Number: xxxxxxxx - Machine Type: 10HY
Bios on the M700 - FWKT5FA
OS - Windows 7 Enterprise x64
Mod: Serial no. blanked for security reasons
12-06-2016 04:28 PM
@jcbeaty, can I get the first 4 of the model number, it will be similar to the one prior. And can you run 'sys info', and give me the BIOS version and date, please.
12-06-2016 05:22 PM - edited 12-06-2016 05:27 PM
Qs for the both of you: The Tiny itself doesn't go to sleep? You're only turning the monitor off? Do you have multiples of this configuration, do they all act the same way? Anyone testing a system with Win 10?
12-07-2016 07:08 AM
12-07-2016 08:37 AM - edited 12-07-2016 08:55 AM
I can't tell the difference between the monitor off and the tiny asleep.
"You're only turning the monitor off?" How do I even do that?
Poor choice of works on my part, my apologies. I am trying to ascertain whether only the monitor is waking, or both the system and monitor. If the system is waking at same time, that introduces more variables.
** For anyone else with a similar configuration, it would be extremely helpful to know if this is working correctly for them. Thx.