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Unread 27-08-2007, 07:40 PM   #1
Calomax
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Unable to go on standby

Since reinstalling XP My Standby option in the shut down menu is deactivated.
Does anyone know how I can activate it please?
 
Unread 27-08-2007, 07:40 PM   #2
Alias
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Re: Unable to go on standby

Calomax wrote:
> Since reinstalling XP My Standby option in the shut down menu is deactivated.
> Does anyone know how I can activate it please?


Install your graphic card's drivers.

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Unread 27-08-2007, 07:40 PM   #3
Alias
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Re: Unable to go on standby

Calomax wrote:
> Since reinstalling XP My Standby option in the shut down menu is deactivated.
> Does anyone know how I can activate it please?


Install your graphic card's drivers.

--
Alias
To email me, remove shoes
 
Unread 27-08-2007, 07:40 PM   #4
Calomax
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Re: Unable to go on standby

Now I've got a red face. Thanks for that

"Alias" wrote:

> Calomax wrote:
> > Since reinstalling XP My Standby option in the shut down menu is deactivated.
> > Does anyone know how I can activate it please?

>
> Install your graphic card's drivers.
>
> --
> Alias
> To email me, remove shoes
>

 
Unread 27-08-2007, 07:40 PM   #5
Calomax
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Re: Unable to go on standby

Now I've got a red face. Thanks for that

"Alias" wrote:

> Calomax wrote:
> > Since reinstalling XP My Standby option in the shut down menu is deactivated.
> > Does anyone know how I can activate it please?

>
> Install your graphic card's drivers.
>
> --
> Alias
> To email me, remove shoes
>

 
Unread 27-08-2007, 07:40 PM   #6
Alias
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Re: Unable to go on standby

Calomax wrote:
> Now I've got a red face.


No need, what with all the things one has to do when reinstalling XP,
one is bound to forget to do something.

> Thanks for that


You're welcome.

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Alias
To email me, remove shoes

>
> "Alias" wrote:
>
>> Calomax wrote:
>>> Since reinstalling XP My Standby option in the shut down menu is deactivated.
>>> Does anyone know how I can activate it please?

>> Install your graphic card's drivers.
>>
>> --
>> Alias
>> To email me, remove shoes
>>


 
Unread 27-08-2007, 07:40 PM   #7
Alias
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Re: Unable to go on standby

Calomax wrote:
> Now I've got a red face.


No need, what with all the things one has to do when reinstalling XP,
one is bound to forget to do something.

> Thanks for that


You're welcome.

--
Alias
To email me, remove shoes

>
> "Alias" wrote:
>
>> Calomax wrote:
>>> Since reinstalling XP My Standby option in the shut down menu is deactivated.
>>> Does anyone know how I can activate it please?

>> Install your graphic card's drivers.
>>
>> --
>> Alias
>> To email me, remove shoes
>>


 
Unread 07-10-2007, 06:58 PM   #8
Bob R.
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Re: Unable to go on standby

Good one Alias. That did it for me tooooooooooooooo.
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"Alias" wrote:

> Calomax wrote:
> > Since reinstalling XP My Standby option in the shut down menu is deactivated.
> > Does anyone know how I can activate it please?

>
> Install your graphic card's drivers.
>
> --
> Alias
> To email me, remove shoes
>

 
 

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