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Had my aAmmy for a few days and love it. One problem: if I put it in standby the battery drains completely in just a few hours. This isn’t right – my old Thinkpad can manage days and days and the battery on that machine is almost worn out.
I’ve tried this three consecuitive nights and it’s happened every time.
Anybody else noticed this, or have any suggestions?
BTW: The battery lasts for hours when I’m actually using the machine. So I don’t think I have a bad battery.
Scratching me head here….
Just checking is it actually entering standby. Does the power light on the side go out and the power light on the front flash?
Okay, finaly solved this. Bloody Windows update was bringing the machine out of standby to tell me there was an update waiting to be installed.
Annoyingly I’d uninstalled almost everything I’d loaded since last week in an attempt to find the culprit. It never occurred to me that Micrsoft would do something that dumb…
(Yes, I know…)
Is there anyway to check what is bringing machines out of standby? Mine will sometimes stay on standy – other times, I’ll come back to it after 30 mins to find it on again. No idea why. Norton?
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