11-05-2010 06:40 PM
I thought this thread was something that could easily be fixed but now I've found myself in the same position.
Where is the setting so I can check if Windows is doing it itself?
11-05-2010 08:37 PM
In response to JameZ, it sems to me to be impractical to go out and buy a Win 7 OS and do a reinstall from that if that's what you mean.
I am still seaching for ideas for settings, maybe by some kind of run command. It may be a conflict with another software program, too, but that would only be limited to Lenovo's included software since I have install few other programs since recent last clean reinstall.
11-07-2010 09:48 PM
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11-07-2010 10:52 PM
Guys, this issue is related to a power plan. It's very simple to configurate.
I have a spanish WIndows version installed, so I will try to explain how to change it. I will translate my options, so they can be similar (not acurrate) to english distribution.
11-11-2010 01:56 PM
Those settings were already set to no, and all of the other manual settings have been chcecked and explored has a solution to the problem. I believe that the problem is in the form of an error of some kind. I have recently uninstalled Lenovo power manager and tool box and the problem still persists. I will reinstall the original OS one more time to see if that works, otherwise the computer may have to go in.
I will add that there is another power management problem: Though it is common knowledge that the W510 will not boot with USB devices plugged in, my W510 crashes coming out of standby or hibernate with USB devices plugged in, even though the "always on" USB outlet, requiring a restart. Is anybody else experiencing that condition?