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My Computer Shut Down by itself when I'm not using for 15 mi

by JazzyMalik / July 10, 2011 4:21 AM PDT

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nothing yet
by JazzyMalik / July 10, 2011 6:34 AM PDT

I hve not tried anything yet ,but one more thing I noticed that my battery never shows me full in my task bar no mater if i plug in whole day with its charger ,however ,it works fine as long as I am working on my pc ,only if I am not active then it will turn off by itself in 10 minutes and it does not properly shut down it just turns off,....
here I checked the power option it was fine i am posting its image below.... it all sets on Never ,(on Turn off Dislplay) and Never on (Put The Computer To Sleep)

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by elson1dayday1 / September 21, 2012 8:53 AM PDT

what i did is i went into control panel and look for the power options icon click on it then whatever energy plan you have click change settings and you will two listings one is your screen shut off and the other is your computer sleep timer click on the computer sleep and click the never then save settings and you shouldnt have anymore trouble best of luck riley

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